Let it Go

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I have a saying that I use quite often and that is “let that stuff go” (although “stuff” is not what I usually say). We all have “stuff” from our past that we tend to hold on to. Some of … Continued

The Next Best Thing

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Retreats are an important part of your self care routine, and they definitely deepen your mindfulness practices. I usually offer at least one, three day retreat each year. That is, of course, until 2020 came along. I love the planning … Continued

Just Do It!

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In celebration of Wold Meditation Day on May 21, I want to share an old Zen proverb, and it goes something like this: “You should sit in meditation for twenty minutes everyday – unless you’re too busy; then you should … Continued

10 Ways to Lead a Fearless Life

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Most people have at lease a few fears. Fear played an important role in our evolution, keeping us safe from harm, and is responsible for our fight, flight or freeze response. Just think how much more interesting and rewarding your … Continued

The Go Green Challenge

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Thursday, April 22 is Earth Day, an internationally recognized day bringing awareness to the importance of taking action to protect our planet. As far as I’m concerned, every day is Earth Day. We can all do our part in reducing … Continued

Good Medicine

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“Laughter is the best medicine.” While there is some question as to where this saying originated, it couldn’t be more true. Get this, it turns out that meditation and laughter have a lot in common. Both lower blood pressure and … Continued