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If you like to explore our basic beliefs based on science, consider the story behind the story of Darwin’s Theory of Evolution. Bruce Lipton (one my favorite cellular biologists) shares 2 views from 2 different scientists on how the theory of evolution works. It is an example of how our beliefs determine our actions. Particularly interesting is the second half of ...

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An Opposite View on Deactivating Limiting Beliefs

Consider another way to deactivate a limiting belief that is opposite of the Katie Freling video idea… uhmmm. Which way might work for you?

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I Believe in Life

56-woman-in-joyBeth Meininger shared her beautiful creation of Birthing Peace: Cards to Evoke Wisdom with me recently. These are lovely cards with questions on one side and a quote to evoke wisdom on the opposite side. As I read through them, a question stood out: What are my genuine, core beliefs? The opposite side had a quote from Maya Angelou about one of her ...

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I Don’t Know

I Don’t Know

In a recent blog, Nic Askew talked about the limiting belief we sometimes hold when we say, I don’t know. If we believe that it is a failure to say I don’t know, then we miss the opportunity that that phrase offers. If we look at it from the opposite view, it means we desire to know and we are open to whatever is there to learn. The limiting belief may prevent us from being open to a new ...

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The Universe Provides

My hubar none ranctsband, Rich, and I were not looking or even thinking about a 2nd home…but 6 weeks ago, Rich saw a For Sale by Owner sign and now we have a beautiful 32 acre ranch that we love. Rich as a way of manifesting what would serve him or his dreams. The most important thing that I observe in him is ...

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Who are you behind the façade of your life?

71-False FrontThis is the question associated with this JICT Image. What is your answer?

Façade is an interesting word … usually thought to apply to the exterior of a building, it also may offer a metaphor for how we show up. An alternate definition notes “an outward appearance that is maintained to conceal a less pleasant or creditable reality”. This may apply to a ...

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Lost Trust from Another

37-MummyCharles Feltman, www.InsightCoaching.com, and author of The Thin Book of Trust ©2009, led a teleclass the other day discussing the idea of what happens to the other person with whom we have lost trust. I had not thought deeply about that, but, it made sense when he shared that often the person with whom we lose trust also loses trust with us ...

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Losing Trust in Someone

6-Colored StringJulio Olalla, founder of Newfield Network, taught me about authentic trust. The idea is that trust must be maintained and therefore, can often be rebuilt if we act quickly to have a conversation among other things we may choose to do. I see trust as an opportunity: to be watchful and take actions to maintain it. It may feel difficult when we ...

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Notice Where and How You Are

24-Eisen GlassNic Askew sends out a weekly email with links to videos and a blog. This poem was in his email this week. The idea is that if we are always looking for answers someplace else, we may miss what is right in front of our face. Actually within our body and emotions.

THIS, AND THAT
posted by Nic Askew on July 25, ...

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Opportunity in the Breath

cloudsNic Askew posted this poem on his website today. (Go to www.nicaskew.com)  My understanding is that if we notice where we are and take a deep breath, answers to opportunities and difficulties will appear. What do you read?

Meaningful Breath

Posted by Nic Askew on Jul 24, 2014 in Poetry

He and she. And you and I.

Seldom catch sight
 of the space.

Of the space in ...

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