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Victoria Van Zandt, LMFT
Upcoming Creativity Workshops
Victoria Van Zandt, LMFT  
MARCH 11, 25th, 2017; APRIL 8 (No workshop on 4/22) Women & Creativity3- Hour Monthly Workshops 4 WomenTap into your creative side and play with techniques such as mixed-media, paper collage,mandalas, simple book making, acrylic paint and more. N [more...]
 
Carl McColman, MA
It's Not Too Late to Select Your Lenten Reading!
Carl McColman, MA  
In chapter 48 of his Rule for Monasteries, St. Benedict instructs monks to read a book during Lent. During the days of Lent, they should be free in the morning to read until the third hour… each one is to receive a book from the library, [more...]
 
Magdalen Bowyer, MA, RPC, CEC
My Hat Came Back
Magdalen Bowyer, MA, RPC, CEC  
Six months ago, I lost my hat. This hat was not just any hat. It was a Lillie & Cohoe hat. I went mad looking for it. I’m so meticulous (some have accused me of being finicky) that it’s just not in character for me to lose a hat. I ap [more...]
 
Patty Kogutek, Ed.D
What's Your "Go-To"?
Patty Kogutek, Ed.D  
We all have “go-to” places, clothes, and patterns. We keep these comfortable, reliable, and proven routines and places for “ready referrals” in times of stress or question. We surround ourselves with habits that we are accusto [more...]
 
Catherine Auman, LMFT
What about Toxic People?
Catherine Auman, LMFT  
I know it’s quite popular, but I don’t agree with this concept that certain people are toxic. It doesn’t make any sense to me at all to label people that way; I find it harsh and inaccurate. Perhaps it might be helpful to label some [more...]
 
Seven Sisters Mystery School
Loving Yourself into Divinity
Seven Sisters Mystery School  
Inspired Thoughts and a First-Step Meditation for Ascension AND still time to register for Divine Birth/Divine Self Mystery Teachings (see below!) “There will be no ascension without self-love.” This is the message that came through to me [more...]
 
Dr. Nikki Noce, M.D.
Balance of the Masculine-Quest 5.
Dr. Nikki Noce, M.D.  
As individuals and as a collective, we will know the greatest peace and joy, when the masculine and feminine energies become balanced–both within ourselves and in society. This is the Utopia many of us seek.  As I shared in my last po [more...]
 
Dr. Rosie Kuhn
The Older I get the Luckier I Feel
Dr. Rosie Kuhn  
Standing at the left cash register in the Island Hardware Store on Orcas Island, glancing into the back of the story, you will read: “If You are Lucky Enough to Live on Orcas Island, You are Lucky Enough.” It only took me 12 years of visi [more...]
 
Kristy Sweetland, MA ACC
That time I was interrogated in the Paris airport.
Kristy Sweetland, MA ACC  
Did I ever tell you about the time I spent two hours being screamed at in an eight x eight foot windowless room at the Charles de Gaulle airport in Paris? Five french men who barely spoke English, and me. Each one, including the translator, seemed to [more...]
 
Dr Barbara Lavi
Is Your Personality Profile Being Used To Brainwash You and Undermine Democracy?
Dr Barbara Lavi  
Thought for the Day: I have intentionally, with a heavy heart, been silent on this blog for some time now.  Followers of my blog know I usually have something to say about the psychological impact of significant events in the news. Throughout t [more...]
 
Bill Epperly, PhD
Three Faces of Mindfulness
Bill Epperly, PhD  
Mindfulness is all the rage these days, but the skill and the practices of mindfulness are anything but new. In fact, the modern mindfulness movement traces its origins back to some of the very earliest teachings of Gautama Buddha, the founder of Bud [more...]
 
Karen Erlichman, MSS, LCSW
What's All the Hype About Mindfulness?
Karen Erlichman, MSS, LCSW  
Mindfulness has permeated mainstream culture, and some people say it’s reached oversaturation levels. Mindfulness studios have popped up in New York City, and major medical institutions around the country now teach mindfulness… [more...]
 
Janelle Alex, Ph.D.
Sex Isn't JUST About You
Janelle Alex, Ph.D.  
  • Are you only focused on your pleasure?
  • Are you focused on “performing” to ensure you please your lover?
  • Sex shouldn’t only be about YOU or only about your partner.
  • You need to take an active role i [more...]
 
Laurie Dupar, RN, MCC
10 Meaningful Areas for People with ADHD to Ponder in the New Year
Laurie Dupar, RN, MCC  
It’s an undeniable fact – most New Year’s resolutions fail. Not because we don’t want to experience a change that we think will be good for us, but the truth is, most of us don’t take the time to create meaningful goals. [more...]
 
Lisa Michele Fonseca, MBA, MTP
Create Your Own Good Luck
Lisa Michele Fonseca, MBA, MTP  
Can you create your own good luck? I know when I’m feeling good, things really flow in my life… strangers smile and say hello… I get lucky on a parking space… everything finally comes together on a project I’m working [more...]
 
Heather Markel
Numbers Suck, But They Drive Your Business
Heather Markel  
Let me be honest with you – I hate numbers. I know, I’m the CEO of my company, I have to run the numbers, but I hate doing them at least as much as you. The reality, though, is that if you own a business, and come up with excuses, instead [more...]
 
Lauretta Zucchetti, MATP
The Perfect Day: Centering Practices to Transform Your Day
Lauretta Zucchetti, MATP  
Creativity. Well-being. Happiness. Spiritual wholeness. Peace. We all strive to attain these, but how do we go about achieving them?   Aiming for these states of mind gives focus, depth, and texture to my days when I’m at home. It’s [more...]
 
Joan Jerkovich, BCC
5 Ways "Thinking Outside The Box" Works, 5 Ways It Doesn't
Joan Jerkovich, BCC  
We’ve all heard the saying “think outside the box”, but what does it really mean? Does it work? Thinking outside the box is a way to bring new, creative ideas to any project or goal. It’s a way to push your limits. It’s [more...]
 
Annette Wagner, MA
Opening Closing
Annette Wagner, MA  
Yellow blossoms Opening to the wind and the sun Stretching out Embracing the elements Gathering in what is needed Closing back up again. Prints and originals at Annette Wagner Art [more...]

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