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Two Things NOT to Do in Relationships

I heard a story the other day that was a great reminder about what not to do in relationships. The story was about a husband and wife who frequently got into arguments about who changed the toilet paper more. They were both convinced that they changed the toilet paper way more than the other. The […]

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­­­How to Make Super-Amazing-Incredible Affirmations, Part 4

Welcome to the fourth and final installment of this series! At this point, you have some serious skills and know-how in creating Super-Amazing-Incredible Affirmations. In Part One, you learned how to craft them. In Part Two, you learned about the key component of believability. And in Part Three, you learned about the importance of saturating […]

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­­­How to Make Super-Amazing-Incredible Affirmations, Part 3

Hello! Welcome to the third installment of this affirmation series. In the first installment, we covered Composition [link]. Then we tackled the important component of Believability [link]. Next up….. Frequency! Frequency is key in working with affirmations. Along with believability, it is one of the most important factors to having your Super-Amazing-Incredible Affirmations actually work. […]

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How to Make Super-Amazing-Incredible Affirmations, Part 2

In the first post of this series, we covered the first step of making Super-Amazing-Incredible Affirmations: Composition. (If you missed it, you can check it out here [link].) Now that we have our Super-Amazing-Incredible affirmation, there’s another key component to its structure. That component leads us to the second area of this series: Believability Believability […]

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Thoughts and Feelings and Fears, Oh My! (Video)

Are you a good meditator? Or a bad meditator? That was a trick question! There’s no such thing as a bad meditator. Everybody thinks. A lot. And meditation is the process of watching our thoughts. So meditation, by definition, tends to involve lots of thinking. Because when we’re meditating, we start to notice how many […]

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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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­­­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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