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Category Archive for 'Change & Growth'

I ran across this excerpt the other day from Natalie Goldberg in her book Writing Down the Bones. “When I was in Jerusalem for three months, I had an Israeli landlady in her fifties. Her TV set was broken, and she called a repairman. It took him four visits to fix the screen. ‘But you […]

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Sometimes we really are our own worst enemies. Part of us may want to push toward a dream or goal that requires work, and at the same time, part of us runs from it. The part that wants to run tells us that if we start down this path, all that work will be too […]

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In doing Inner Work – a.k.a. personal development – I discovered the Enneagram personality types awhile back. From that research, I realized my personality is rooted in the need to be secure and safe. According to the book The Wisdom of the Enneagram by Don Riso and Russ Hudson this is how my personality is: […]

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Are you here right now or is your mind wandering away to dozens of distractions? Whenever you do anything, is your mind focused on the task at hand or running wild with past or future issues nagging for your attention? Even when relaxing, can you really let Calgon take it all away? When we live […]

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Media fast opens inner vistas

When I began my media fast a couple of week ago, my first handwritten journal entry was smooth, flowing, and circular — a far cry from the short, choppy, sloppy stuff of the previous two days. What could change my handwriting for the better so dramatically? To back up a bit, I took a week-long […]

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