Can You Afford Not To Forgive?

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During a deep discussion someone close to me revealed that they were unable to forgive themselves for some things they had done. They knew it was preventing them from moving forward with their dreams, but they had absolutely no idea how to get past it. Watching someone you love suffer is awful, and worse if you are witnessing needless suffering. It got me to thinking about the purpose of guilt and how to help someone,…
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Is God Trying to Tell You Something?

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"Where are you?" I asked my niece Shayna on the phone. "You aren't gonna believe this, I am sitting parked on the side of the highway, my mom's behind me and a trooper is parked behind her," she replied. "I can't believe this, I just picked up my second 'new' used car in a week and we aren't even 3 miles from the dealership and the car died on me." "Is the vein in your…
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Do you believe what I believe?

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I believe in real butter and a big country kitchen where your friends can watch as you cook or help you, laugh and cry with you as we figure out the world, our children, each other, all the while cooking up life, nourishment and love. I believe in old fashioned things, like manners, and love notes and swinging on big long rope swings. I believe in the power of being present. I believe in love.…
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What’s All the Fuss About Dolphins?

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I wasn't always a dolphin enthusiast. In fact, almost 10 years ago, I confess to rarely giving them a thought. I had other more primal and pressing hurdles to navigate, including going through a painful divorce. But Life, in It's Infinite Wisdom, always has a larger plan for us than we can see for ourselves. I was leafing through a magazine a decade ago, when I saw a tiny black and white drawing of a…
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Dolphin Dancing

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Mysteries of life unraveled in Wild Dolphin Swim Encounters I meet my new dolphin 'pod' adventurers at the charter airport: diverse, travel weary, filled with unknown anticipations. They don't know it yet but they are about to enter a Divine Recipe of great equalizers: the sun, the sea, a custom built tri-maran and countless numbers of wild, free dolphins. I look around at the group smiling, soaking all their innocence in. I've been making pilgrimages…
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Raccoon Wisdom

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I had no idea what I was getting into last summer when I figured that the best way to 'beat the raccoons' at their game of raiding my bird feeders was to start leaving them an alternative source of food. My motives weren't altruistic, they were practical; I didn't want to have to keep replacing expensive bird feeders when the big raccoons were pulling them to the ground to get to their tasty food treasures…
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Psychic Pets…Is Your Pet Psychic?

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Understanding How Our Pets Use Psychic Energy Can a pet be psychic? Yes! Animals live in a different energy frequency than we do and aren’t as mentally cluttered as we are. This helps them access the psychic stream of energy around us. Because of this some can also be highly intuitive and empathic, making them perceptive to our emotional states and bodily changes as well. Can pets see spirit? Yes! They have natural ‘antennas’ to…
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Seven Simple Steps for Choosing the Right Practitioner

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Every day, countless people around the globe seek out guidance and information from professional psychics, mediums and the intuitive arts. And why not? It's a great way to gain additional support and confidence in your life journey. Today's internet and phone technology afford us an overwhelming number of choices and accessibility when it comes to information--like we've never before seen. A real sea of choices! But for some people, choosing the right practitioner can be…
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Expectations vs. Reality, a new perspective

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One of the most common themes that I see my fellow path walkers struggling with these days is expectations vs. reality. You know, as in having your expectations being completely out of wack with what you are actually living? While it’s a year-round task to keep the expectation demons under control, it’s an even greater challenge as the holiday season approaches. Why not take a few moments before the holidays are upon you and shift…
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Everybody Counts and We Need You

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As a teenager back in the seventies, amongst all the lime green paint and flowers in my bedroom I had a poster hanging on the wall of a large thumbprint. Some marketing genius had blown it up to nearly 2 feet in height, printed a happy face, arms, and legs on it and at the bottom was written in big letters: "I'm Thumbody!" Not exactly the stuff of museums, but like I said it was…
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Seeing Grief as a Sacred Space – Part 1

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One of my beloved friends is getting ready to leave his body, and transition to The Other Side. It is a sacred time that permeates the rest of 'daily life ', and creates a natural space for reflection and sharing. You see, folks often forget that no psychic or medium is exempt from the challenges of living life. We don't get a 'pass' card when it comes to dealing with the tough stuff. Just like…
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Seeing Grief as a Sacred Space – Part 2

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In one of my last articles I wrote on the subject of grief and loss. I was preparing myself, as if one ever could, for the loss of my beloved friend. Miraculously, unbelievably, joyously, I was blessed that he stayed on the earth plane enjoying life through summer and fall. He left his frail body very recently and made his transition home to The Other Side. It was a very beautiful and moving journey, including…
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Who Do You Think You Are?

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"Who do you think you are?!" I was asked this provocative question recently, in an somewhat hostile way. People often lash out with words towards what they don't understand or feel threatened by. It's primal, more of a defense mechanism really. An attempted act at leveling a perceived playing field. Fortunately, sigh...my answer comes from a similar place regardless of how the question is posed. Years of searching, reflecting, contemplating, processing, (breathe), learning, struggling, (breathe…
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