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Knowing Your Own Self-Worth

This is a guest post by Prudence Sinclair. I wanted to talk to you today about how most people need other people’s approval, and how that robs us of an authentic life. When we’re toddlers, we are completely enamored with … Continue reading

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Can being stubborn help you survive cancer?

Hello Mr. and Ms. Stubborn – I often find myself on my own or way too busy with other people. Can we find the perfect balance of needing to be around people and not needing anyone at all? I am … Continue reading

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Movies of Your Mnd

Imagination is more powerful than knowledge. ~ Albert Einstein Your life is created by the movies of your mind.  What you picture, your body experiences and your life becomes.  You are a character playing a role, but who wrote the … Continue reading

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Q & A with Bernie – March 4, 2013

Question for Bernie: I know you say that what we draw reveals things about ourselves.  I was thinking about that and an image flashed into my mind of me wearing a red skirt and blouse.  What does the color red … Continue reading

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