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Grace Exercise: Mind Creates Matter. What do I want to matter?

 For one week, I am going to step into an exercise of grace. I feel encouraged to take a full, 7-day week examining thoughts, as well as the words I let leave my mouth. Thoughts have power, and I want to make sure mine are in accordance to the higher law that I seek, so… Continue reading Grace Exercise: Mind Creates Matter. What do I want to matter?

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Vicious Moods & The Writing (w. esoteric/metaphysical bent)

To my writers out there, I’ll share a technique I used the other day, when I was raging with anger and irritation: if you are angry, guide that anger (which is a wildly powerful energy) into your hands, and then into your computer, where you let your story merge with reality. Punch out the words. Yell… Continue reading Vicious Moods & The Writing (w. esoteric/metaphysical bent)

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Affirmations for Transforming Notions of Overwhelm

My sense of well-being is more important than meeting the demands of my ego. Everything I do, am, and invite into my life creates an overflow of peace. While my schedule might be tight right now, I understand that I have all the necessary energy, time, and motivation to be present for each task. My… Continue reading Affirmations for Transforming Notions of Overwhelm

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Writing Resolutions that Stick for 2014

The New Year’s just around the corner, and that means you’re probably adding “make more time for writing” to your list of resolutions.  There’s a reason resolutions don’t stick around, and I’ll tell you why: they need more glue! (aka: a connection to the REASON the resolution was made in the first place.) I’ll break… Continue reading Writing Resolutions that Stick for 2014