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(1) Retire into Loneliness or Liveliness

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Ever wonder why some seniors retire into loneliness while others run from retirement into liveliness    Blog February 18, 2024    Seniors who suffer from feeling alone, felt especially isolated during the COVID pandemic. Have you felt isolated or do you know retirees alone and without support as they leave their… Read more »

Grace Beyond Politics or Religion

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If grace thrives beyond politics or religion, then … Have you wondered as I have, how we might re-discover spiritual freedom? Are you looking as I am, outside age-old camps that offer politics and religion yet seem to lack grace as a thriving and lived experience. What if we each… Read more »

Compassion with the Brain in Mind

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Did you know that compassion and unconditional love that we offer to ourselves and others benefits us even more that people we direct it to? Kindness that we offer, even in tiny doses, also makes us more in awe of the humanity around us. It’s no surprise that compassion, kindness… Read more »

Cranky or Kind – Emotions on Trial

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Our brains constantly forge tenacious links with real life situations that connect us to either healthy or toxic forces. If we link to cranky images fear takes hold we open floodgates to anxiety. If we choose kinder images caring takes over and we are empathetic to ourselves and others. It’s… Read more »

Aware of Inner Calm Beyond Stress?

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Inner calm is the absence of stress and anxiety, and the presence of divine alertness which is available to each of us through a deeper understanding of being. Calm or inner peace describes our lived experience of an inner soundless space where we access and awaken tangible grace. It involves… Read more »

If we don’t like something …

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Maya Angelou said, “If you don’t like something, change it. If you can’t change it, change your attitude.” Easier said than done? Our mindset can open deep and lasting mojo at the heart of every experience. It starts with a deliberate change and enables us to step beyond trauma and… Read more »

How do you Feel Lately? Need an Emotional Boost?

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What makes you feel happy? What blocks happiness for you at the moment? Little Billy in Bil Keane’s FAMILY CIRCUS, described his happiness when he said, “I like dogs cause if you’re doing something stupid they don’t yell at you. They do it with you.” Happiness for Billy is adventure… Read more »

Grace That’s Lived Needs a Healthy Motivation 

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As I reflect on the book,  Access Our Grace Mindset, I realize that we may be asking the wrong question. The future of grace (or unmerited mercy, love and favor) matters little if there are no recipients, who can see life wonder beyond war, environmental disasters and inequities. We can… Read more »

Grace to Flourish & Thrive?

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I really don’t think we fully embrace the joys of grace until we stop thinking of it as a theory and start living it as an active energy that grows EQ and builds healthy cultures, where all beliefs, customs and habits find acceptance. Whenever we propose and chase a possibility,… Read more »