Monthly Archives: September 2010

Five Tools for Remembering Your Dreams

  Another tool I’ve been using to navigate my Journey Back is dream analysis. Byron Katie’s The Work and other methods of self-inquiry are wonderful for working with conscious limiting beliefs. Sometimes, however, our limiting beliefs are unconscious. Dream analysis … Continue reading

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Full and Colorful Life

  Life is about using the whole box of crayons.  (RuPaul)  

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reJOYvenating II

  What was your favorite pastime as a child – something you lost track of time while doing? After answering the above question, ask yourself how you felt, emotionally and in your body, while doing your favorite pastime. What could … Continue reading

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Original

You were born an original. Don’t die a copy. (John Mason)

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The Journey Continued: Success with Small Steps

    A journey of a thousand miles must begin with the first step. (Lao Tzu)   Alright, more about the Journey Back. As I mentioned earlier, I was trapped in a house of clutter and disarray. Not only did I … Continue reading

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Who You Think You’re Not

It’s not who you are that holds you back; it’s who you think you’re not. (Unknown)

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