Tag Archives: Louise Hay

Freeing Ourselves from the Past

“Her mind traveled crooked streets and aimless goat paths, arriving sometimes at profundity, other times at the revelations of a three-year-old.” –Toni Morrison I woke up this morning lying in bed thinking of all the things that I had to … Continue reading

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Starting Over

What have I got to lose, if I start back at Square One? My image as a leader and spiritual teacher. No one was beating down my doors anyway. I have always identified as a lifelong learner. So what if … Continue reading

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Does Meditation Really Work?

I have been asked this question over and over again. The answer is the same every time. Yes, it does!  I was a speed (drug) user for at least ten years. During the last year of using this horrible drug, … Continue reading

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Loving Ourselves

If only we could see ourselves through the eyes of love, we would realize that each one of us is a tender, loving being, making our way in the world as best we know how. We are learning, we are trying, we are in the process of discovering who and what we really are. Continue reading

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A Quiet Mind

A Quiet Mind Calming the Mind in Times of Trouble I’ve been up and I’ve been down and I know that up feels infinitely better.  Life can be unpredictable.  When you least expect it, something catastrophic can throw you off … Continue reading

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