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Quieting the Monkey Mind

“Rule your mind or it will rule you” – Buddha  Many of my clients this week have asked me how to calm their crazy mind. We are a society full of distractions – you are constantly either physically busy, mentally busy, or both. When your monkey mind is agitated and incessantly moving, your thoughts are […]

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The F-word

Forgiveness waits in letting go of our ledgers of injustice and retribution in order to regain the feeling in our heart – Mark Nepo Gabrielle Bernstein calls forgiveness the dreaded “F-word”, probably because it is so hard to do. Forgiving yourself and others is essential to becoming whole, happy, and free. There is an old […]

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Follow Your Internal GPS

“Intuition is seeing with the soul.”  - Dean Koontz I received a bunch of tweets, texts, and emails about last week’s blog, and it got me thinking deeply about relationships. In particular, how do you know when it’s time to work on and stay in a relationship or when it’s time to cut the cord […]

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Release Your Kung Fu Grip

Release Your Kung Fu Grip “Expectation is the root of all heartache” – William Shakespeare Have you ever held on too long to a relationship that wasn’t good for you? Maybe your partner didn’t love you the way you needed to be loved, or the relationship just didn’t feel right. Many times a person looks […]

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EGO is a Bitch!

My girlfriend has been dating a great guy for the past few months. He seems to have it all and they are having a good time together. Everything seems too good to be true, however, she recently confessed that she doesn’t like the uncertainty of whether they will work out or not, and almost would […]

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For details visit: One of my favorite parables is about a group of monks who moved a giant clay Buddha statue from their temple to a new location in 1957.  When the crane lifted the massive idol, the weight was so tremendous that the Buddha appeared to crack.  The head monk was very concerned […]

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