Archive for Transformation

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  • Changing Your Life is Always Possible
  • A Climb to the Top
  • The Grand Social Experiment: Building Community on a Foundation of Equality and Diversity
  • Why New Year’s Resolutions Don’t Work
  • Personal Numerology for 2017

Changing Your Life is Always Possible

May 28, 2017 No Comments

By Jessamine Gibb In my years of case management and coaching, I have worked with many people with what you might call colorful backgrounds: drug and alcohol addiction, homelessness, criminal histories, untreated mental illness, long-term unemployment and anger management issues. They are the kinds of things that are highly stigmatized in most segments of society. […]

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Healing My Family Tree

Apr 26, 2016 No Comments

By Colleen Jais In my mind’s eye, I see a tree. I close my eyes and let the image form, give myself over to the shape and colors and beauty of this tree. Its colors are lush and exotic; red, blue, purple, green, pink. This tree is born of emotion, and there it is growing […]

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Reinventing Myself Through Compassion

Jan 29, 2016 No Comments

By Debra Loran A man went to the mountain tops in Tibet to ask the wisest monk his deepest questions about life. He arrived and found the One he wished to ask and posed his sincere question: “What is the meaning of Life, and why are we here?” After moments of reflection, the wise man […]

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Taking Control: A Self-Empowered Journey through Cancer Treatment

Sep 25, 2015 No Comments

By Judi Wallace When faced with life’s challenges, we have a choice to put ourselves in the driver’s seat and take control of our own destiny.   For me, life is about the choices we make when dealing with difficult situations. The first time I was diagnosed with cancer, I thought I was taking control […]

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Awakening My True Self

Aug 27, 2015 No Comments

By Rebecca Edwards Awakening to my soul’s purpose was a gift I received from excavating my true Self from the dark depths of self-defeating behaviors, victimhood, and addiction. Aligning with the powerful energy of this process allowed me to see, with new eyes, how my greatest afflictions became my greatest assets. The courage I found […]

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Getting In Touch with Your True Self

Aug 27, 2015 No Comments

By Dana Houk It is important to discover who you really are or who you would like to become. As a life coach I love helping clients get IN TOUCH with their true Self. Ask yourself these powerful questions. What do you think is most important to you? Family? Friends? Having fun? Spirituality? Money? Intimacy? […]

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Angel of Miracles: How My Special Needs Child Awakened My Soul

May 13, 2015 No Comments

By Emily Rivera In life we each have events that line up in synchronicity to create a path to self-awareness and clarity, bringing us closer to understanding our Soul’s purpose. Throughout my life I felt drawn to work with unique children—those who had been labeled as “special needs.” This included mission work with Deaf children, […]

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Aging as Fuel for Spiritual Growth

May 12, 2015 No Comments

By Rev. Toni LaMotta The process of aging, in itself, can be challenging at times. We are often asked to let go of an old identity. Sometimes we experience physical symptoms—even simply a slowing down of energy at times. We can join the ranks of the world that bemoans growing old and do all we […]

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Be Gentle With Yourself: Lessons from a Soft Shell Crab

May 11, 2015 No Comments

By Natalie Rivera Sometimes insight comes from the strangest places. I was sitting on the dock in the back of my house watching the light reflect on the water and listening to the egrets calling in the mangroves. I was on the tail end of a period of several months in which I had been […]

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I Am Somebody

May 07, 2015 No Comments

By Luz Treviño I’m sure you’ve had rough times and asked yourself, “When is this going to end? Is there a light at the end of this never-ending tunnel?” Well, I’m here to tell you that I’ve not only had moments like this, but a whole decade of my life felt this way. During that […]

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