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Tag: empowerment

What do you believe?

We all develop beliefs about ourselves, often from a very early age. Beliefs come from a variety of places and our experiences either validate or negate beliefs. The ones that are validated end up carrying forward through our lives until (and if) they are…

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I am my own knight in shining armour

As part of my planning for life after transplant I’ve been taking a practitioner course in neurolinguistic programming, or NLP. This is a type of coaching or therapy that aims to move people from being stuck into pursuing some desired state (in a very…

Lojong Slogan 33 ~ Don't bring things to a painful point

This is part 33 of my series on Lojong; a Buddhist mind training technique. There is a person in my life who I find somewhat rude, at times unethical, and underhanded. I’ve spent a great deal of time complaining about this person and the…

Bakasana ~ Crane Pose

One of the first arm balancing poses typically taught in a yoga asana class is bakasana, the crane, also known as crow pose. Arm balancing is scary for many people. The first time you take both feet from the floor and put your weight…

Adyatmika Sakti ~ Power of the Self

“Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us. We ask ourselves, Who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, fabulous? Actually, who…

Be a Hero!

Scott Goodknight graciously allowed me to share this post on my blog. I read it in a post of his on Facebook and immediately wanted to know more abut him. I encourage you to read his story on his website www.FindingYourHero.com: There is an ancient Greek myth…