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The Power Of The Positive Flow

When I find myself in times of trouble Mother Mary comes to me Speaking words of wisdom, let it be And in my hour of darkness She is standing right in front of me Speaking words of wisdom, let it be Let it be, let it be Let it be, let it be Whisper words […]

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Discovering God and Belief in the Wake of a Storm

Ever feel like you’ve lost track of yourself? Like work has taken over? Me too. As great as the last few years have been getting published and getting out there, there’s also been the growing sense of, “Damn –  where’s my vision?” So, after giving a workshop with Betsy Chasse (author Tipping Sacred Cows) in Sedona, […]

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Meditate to Start the Day

I would’ve never been someone who meditated. It seemed to weird. To hippy. What is a hippy? I wouldn’t say I was even 100% sure what a hippy was but I didn’t think I wanted to be one. I like things to be orderly and intentional. Sitting on a mat and lighting incense was not […]

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Malaysia Airlines 370 And The Unknown In A Known World

Over a week ago, Malaysia Airlines 370 disappeared, leaving more almost three hundred people presumed dead and families and friends in an unimaginable limbo. How could this happen, in this day and age, the pundits and t.v. talking heads exclaim and wonder. How could this happen and a plane simply disappear? “It just doesn’t make […]

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Believing in God in All Shapes and Sizes

I thought I’d long ago gotten past believing in some sort of external “God.” (And by God I mean the anthropomorphized image of a guy in a beard and white robes meting out judgment based in rules of obviously human making.) And then, there I was, sitting in stop-and-go traffic one day. A driver to […]

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Finding ‘True Refuge’ in the Face of Loss and Ego

Kim, Seoku Jong, the reporter for the Kyungyang Shinmun, one of Korea’s major daily newspapers, recently interviewed me about my book True Refuge, which is now available in Korean. Since most of my readers won’t be able to read the article in Korean, I wanted to share the interview with you hear. KSJ: How are you doing? […]

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How to Live with Questions Instead of Hunting for Answers

I am a child of the West. More specifically, I am a child of the United States and the mentality of answering a question is deeply-ingrained in me. I often think back to when I was in school, third or fourth grade and the teacher asked a question. I can still see the class, all […]

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7 Quotes to Inspire Self-Love

This week you’re going to see a lot of advertising geared towards finding your soulmate or getting the best gift for your significant other. It’s the holiday of love after all, right? But we believe love isn’t just about finding a partner – there are so many different types! Each day this week we’re going […]

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It’s Time For A Revolution – Science and Mysticism

It’s time for a revolution! Science does not need mysticism and mysticism does not need science; but man needs both”  -Fritof Capra Do we need both? Sometimes I feel like those two camps are as diametrically opposed as the Democrats and the Republicans. Is it time for a revolution? As I travel the country doing book signings and talks people seem pretty […]

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Why Do We Attract the Unexpected?

Reader Question:  What is the best way to deal with an unexpected obstacle?  Why do unexpected things seem to happen out of the blue?  – R.S., Canada This is actually a great question, and something I’ve been meaning to write an article about for some time.  If we accept and truly believe that everything that […]

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