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You are innately well - you always have been and always will be. If you're not experiencing wellness, you are innocently lost in a thick fog of thought. I can help you cut through the fog to reconnect with the peace of mind, clarity and confidence that are already within you.

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How to Float (A Song I want to Share with You)

May 15, 2014

One day several months ago, a woman named Jen reached out to me to let me know how much she loved Being Human.  She heard something really profound in the ideas in that book (ideas that I take no ownership of, by the way. They are universal principles, not my unique thoughts). Jen heard something […]

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Doing Nothing as a Problem Solving “Strategy”

May 8, 2014

It can be confusing to hear me say ‘do nothing’, or that ‘there is nothing to do’ with regard to many of the things we consider problems in our lives. When problems show up as things that need fixing, doing nothing can feel ineffective at best; like resignation or powerlessness at worst. When I talk […]

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Married with Luggage

May 7, 2014

My friends Betsy and Warren Talbot have written a new book about how they got their failing-fast marriage back on track. Not just  back on track, but seriously, positively, thriving.  They happened to sell all of the possessions and travel the world together in the process (but you certainly don’t have to do that part.) […]

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What a New House has Shown Me About Being Human

May 1, 2014

We just bought a house.   It’s a great house, but it also needs a lot of work. Some of the work is relatively small — like painting every ceiling, wall, door, baseboard and square inch of crown molding — while some is much bigger — like a complete kitchen and master bathroom remodel. We’ve […]

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Ten Big Ideas about Having Easy Relationhips

April 24, 2014

Relationships: the source of the vast majority of pleasure—and pain—for the entire human species.   This week I taught a 30 minute class for enthoes academy on having  easier, more rewarding relationships. I know–there have been trillions of classes taught and books written on relationships. But this may be the first time you’ve heard it […]

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Don’t Solve Your Problems, Transcend Them

April 17, 2014

A wise, brave client just shared with me that the way she prays has changed.   Instead of praying for a solution to her problems as she has for the past 50 years, she’s recently found herself praying for a change in perspective. Instead of praying for the motivation to write her book because that […]

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Is Wisdom Really Just Your Common Sense?

April 10, 2014

It’s easy to see that there is an intelligence behind life.  We’re powered by something larger than ourselves. We all call it different names and think of it in unique ways, but nearly everyone of any background, culture, or religion (or lack of religion) tends to agree on some beyond-human force that inexplicably grows trees, […]

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Thriving is Your Nature, And There’s Not a Thing You Have to Do About It

April 3, 2014

People are designed to thrive.  Yeah, I know, maybe you think you aren’t. I’m sure you can point to a thousand examples of where you should be doing better but instead you’re falling short, stuck, not flourishing the way “everyone else” is. But that’s only because you’re keeping count. When you begin looking for all […]

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How to Live with your Mind at Ease, Reveling in the Experience of Being Alive

March 27, 2014

Michael Neill shared the poem If by Rudyard Kipling on a call I was on with him a few weeks back and it struck me as an excellent thing to share with you. The way of traveling through life described in the poem is entirely possible. It is the promise of the sort of understanding […]

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Your Best Thinking Got You Here

March 20, 2014

There is a popular saying in addiction recovery. Your best thinking got you here. You did what you did …you’re always doing what you’re doing…because it seemed like the thing to do in that moment. Your best thinking got you here. That doesn’t mean part of you didn’t know there was another way. When you […]

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