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Be radical: choose to inject surprise, fun and outrageousness into your day

“There’s power in looking silly. And not caring that you do.”—Amy Poehler “He actually caught himself saying things like “Yippee,” as he pranced ridiculously round the house.” ― Douglas Adams In my new book, Art & Soul, Reloaded, I offer what I call, Zumba for the Soul. These fun, quirky activities, add-on’s to the weekly […]

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Magical stories for yet another magical week

“It’s important to goose up your ability to know it (your intention) before you see it.”—Abraham-Hicks  Thanks to the wonders of technology, I am able to post this blog even though I’m on assignment in Colorado. I’m getting lots of feedback that you guys dig my sharing of miracle stories. So here are three more: […]

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The 5 kinds of capital that out-trump financial capital

“The spiritual lens—even just the nightly gratitude list–is starting to rewrite the story of my life. I feel like I have been snatched out of the fire, salvaged, saved.”—Mary Karr  You might have seen my post on Facebook, where I gushed in glee about my new book. Hay House, my publisher, moved up the pub […]

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A spiritual lesson I learned from Netflix

 “The only thing you really want from life is to feel enthusiasm, joy and love. If you can feel that all the time, then who care what happens outside?”—Michael Singer, author of Untethered Soul Okay, sports fans. Another excerpt from the new book that comes out in August. I’m super excited and will make an […]

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Quit shoulding on yourself

“As long as your experience of self and life is defined by the mechanical, conditioned, and compulsive movement of thought, you are bound to a very, very limited perception of what is real.”–Adyashanti It starts the moment we’re born. Doctors (or probably nurses these days) measure and weigh us, giving us the message that there’s […]

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Pam and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

“Refuse to accept apparent delay and detour as anything other than the perfect path.” —U.S. Andersen Despite rumors to the contrary, I still feel like unflavored gelatin from time to time. I had one of those days this Tuesday. I was in Grand Haven, Michigan recording the audio version of my book, Living Big, at […]

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“Reality” is a mental construct–make yours joyful

Thought for the day: Our beliefs are cultural constructs and only as “true” as the investment we place in them. Reality is malleable and formed from consciousness. We can either join lockstep with the cultural paradigm or we can create our own reality, our own path. We’re all in ruts, but we can break free. […]

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