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A Wacky Way to Stop Caring What Other People Think

I admit it. I care what other people think of me. Though not nearly as much as I used to. But even much-less-than-I-used-to is still too much for me. So lately, I’ve been working on letting go of other people’s opinions even more. Or should I say, what I think their opinions are. Because, really, […]

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How Do You Find Space in a Hectic Life?

Dear Meli, My life is awesome! In fact, I’m living the life of my dreams. But lately there’s been a little too much awesome. There’s so much great stuff in my life, but I’m having a hard time fitting everything in. There are all these great projects I’m working on, and there’s so much I […]

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­­­The Biggest Problem With Affirmations

Affirmations are awesome! Affirmations – positive statements formed in the present tense – are a great way to change habitual thinking. Especially if they’re used passionately and consistently. But – yes, there is a but – they have one drawback. This drawback brings out an issue that is perhaps the biggest misunderstanding in the New […]

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Can You Heal Everything with Your Mind?

­­­Dear Meli, I’ve been getting headaches recently and I wasn’t sure why. My doctor suggested an eye exam and Voila! They say I need glasses. Here’s my problem with this. I’ve been told by my spiritual teacher that I can heal any physical malady with my mind. And I don’t want to wear glasses. Help! […]

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­­­How to Change Your Life in 10 Seconds a Day

Yes, I know it’s a bold claim. And I know I’m an American, and Americans are known for wanting things done quickly and easily, even if it’s at the expense of the environment and the rest of humanity. But hear me out! This won’t hurt the planet or anyone else! And it has the potential […]

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