Tag Archives: Fear

Anger as a Dis-ease

When one is a love based person, becoming and angry person is a long, insidious process. When love is the norm, it can take years before the recognition that one is angry even becomes obvious. Love based people tend to … Continue reading

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Perfection and Belief Systems

“You are perfect. It is because of all the messages adopted from outside influences that make you less than your true perfection. Let go of all the ‘stuff’ you’ve acquired in your heads and bodies and get closer to your … Continue reading

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The Anger-Fatigue Connection

In the USA, there seem to be many people who are angry about many things. We also seem to become a nation that prides itself on how little sleep it gets. I believe there is a connection between anger and … Continue reading

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Meditation Is Easy

Have you read that the new adult coloring books are as good for you as meditation? I laughed when I read this. Not because it isn’t true but because it is. Why is it as good? Because coloring in the … Continue reading

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Learning From Joy vs Pain

I read and hear people say how we learn the most from painful experiences. I use to buy into this way of thinking until one day I read, I believe it was Abraham-Hicks, how we choose to learn from pain … Continue reading

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Releasing Resistance

After I wrote my last post, I was thinking more about energy sensitivity and the need to protect oneself. It occured to me that maybe I was going about things backwards. Pat Parelli, a horse trainer, says, “If you want … Continue reading

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Anger as a Friend

I attended a mindfulness session last weekend. During the session we did an exercise where we were supposed to draw a circle, place things we liked about ourselves within the circle, things we didn’t like about ourselves outside the circle, … Continue reading

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Stepping Into Fear

Fear, and all it’s little buddies like anger, frustration, irritation, etc, is an invasive and pervasive challenge. The Ego mind has a way of seeming to be helpful while subtly planting more elements of fear within us. For the past … Continue reading

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My Beliefs. Your Beliefs.

I’ve always wanted to feel like my parents supported me unconditionally. I think that is a common theme among children. And, though I have tried for many, many years to conform to the accepted norms, I have finally accepted I … Continue reading

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Out of Options

In my last post, I mentioned I had 2 options in life but I only wrote about 1 of the options. When my husband read the post, he mentioned it to me. I don’t believe in coincidences and I believe … Continue reading

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