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It Takes Whatever it Takes

It Takes Whatever it Takes

“I’ve been working on this for so long, it should be better by now...” I hear this a lot. I hear it in workshops, I hear it on recordings, I hear it on calls and with people I work with. I hear it in my own mind. We’ve all been there. That sense of...

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Feel it First – For Visualization and Creativity

Feel it First – For Visualization and Creativity

I have seen the power of visualization referenced from countless sources: Olympic athletic training David Goggins talking about his mind boggling experiences as a Seal and Ultra Marathoner Verses from the Bible Yogis Lester Levenson and other...

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Something Bigger Than Yourself

Something Bigger Than Yourself

I recently led a call for participants in an EFT training course, and a great question came up. Why are some of us able to do so much, give so much, be so present, when it comes to our children, partners, clients compared to what we can do for...

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I’m Not vs. I’ll Never Be

I’m Not vs. I’ll Never Be

“I’ll never be good enough.” “I’ll never find a partner.” “I’ll never…” Have you ever had a thought like this? They don't feel like thoughts. They don't feel like they are pointing to just one of many possible future outcomes. They feel like...

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Writing and the Endless Worry Loop

Writing and the Endless Worry Loop

I was recently working with someone on a health challenge, and their mind was swirling with every possible worst case scenario. You’ve probably been there. It is a very natural response, part of a defense mechanism to examine and prepare for even...

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The Mistake of “Just Being With” Feelings

The Mistake of “Just Being With” Feelings

It happens so many times for me while working with individuals one-on-one. It almost always (it may actually be always) happens with those who are more experienced with certain techniques, especially those with a more spiritual tilt. They are...

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Say Their Name

Say Their Name

I recently was being facilitated on a subject very near and dear to me: jealousy over the success of others, and the dynamic of the top 1% getting most of the success. As I normally do in such a topic, I described the situation more broadly: “those...

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On Feeling Worse When Things Get Better

On Feeling Worse When Things Get Better

Someone I work with regularly just had a number of significant wins. They just nailed an interview. They were offered the exact position they wrote down as a goal. It’s a life changing opportunity, and an immediate, significant change of income...

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