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Repeating Numbers

Do you ever see repeating numbers? On the clock? On license plates? Receipts? Anywhere? I do. Almost every time I look at a digital clock the numbers repeat. 11:11 or 12:12 or even 7:33. For me it can be all of the numbers repeat or just the minutes. Either way, the fact that it happens …

You’re not Crazy!

When you’re waking up to your gifts it can feel like you’re crazy. Did I really hear/see/sense that? Did I imagine that? What just happened? Or you’re afraid to tell others about it because they’ll think you’re crazy. Neither of which is true. Why not? What’s Crazy? Let’s address the word “crazy” first. In our …

Focus on the End

“Don’t be afraid of the beginning but look out for the end.” – Russian proverb It’s the End, not the Beginning that Matters That could easily be a manifesting proverb as manifesting always tells us to focus on what we want (the end result), not how we get there. Leave the how and the rest of …

Don’t take Ownership

Ever catch yourself describing your ailments like this: “My back pain,” or “My arthritis” or “My diabetes” or fill in the blank with your ailment du jour. Well, I have. I don’t recall ever doing that before so that’s what inspired me to write this. When we use that pronoun “my” in front of anything …

Turn off Your Evil Twin

Ever have those days where you just can’t shut your brain off? No matter what you do, your mind keeps talking to you? About your fears, your worries. “When is he going to call me?” “IS he going to call me?” etc etc etc. Your mind goes round and round looping for answers. That’s the …

Complaining is like Coke and Chips

Recently the Queen of England died. I’m sure you heard about it as it made worldwide news. One of the mottos of the royal family has been, “Never explain, never complain.” They are referring to their public behavior. I have no idea if that applies to their personal lives. However, not complaining is an admirable …

You Can’t See Fear

Our five senses serve us really well. They keep us out of danger. We don’t touch a hot stove because we can see the burner is on. We don’t eat spoiled food because we can smell that it’s bad. What about the things that we can’t see, can’t hear, can’t smell? That’s fear. Can you …

The Opposite of Worry

When we worry, all we’re doing is conjuring up some imagined risk or concern. Most of the time worry isn’t warranted. We just think it is. Worry is often a behavior that we observe in others and make it our own. If you grew up in a home where someone worried, there’s a good chance …

Trust Yourself

“Just trust yourself, then you will know how to live.” – Goethe That seems really simple, doesn’t it? Like so simple that it sounds easy. If it were that easy, we’d all be doing it and we’d all have the life we desire. Some things are simple in theory, but not so easy to carry …

What’s Stopping You?

Whenever we procrastinate it’s not because we’re lazy. There’s always something under it. Often, it’s fear, but not always. Or not “big fear.” What I mean by “big fear” is some fears have dire consequences, others do not. Sometimes it’s the little fears, which are really more in the “concern” category that stop us. Recently …