Empowerment

If you are looking for inspiration you will find it here through a number of articles written by authors of Transformation Magazine.

7 Abiding Tenets to Follow Your Dreams

by Carleen Moscati I was fortunate enough to grow up in a home where I witnessed first-hand that even the most impossible of dreams are attainable. Of course I didn’t realize it at the time, but when it mattered it…

A Climb to the Top

By Lonny Reardon As a kid in Newfoundland, Canada, I grew up through some very hard times. My dad was an alcoholic, we were poor, and I saw many terrible things that a child should never see. As a result,…

The GHOST SHIP and the Irrevocable Choices

No matter what choices we make in life, we are destined to have a ghost ship.

Changing Your Life is Always Possible

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.…

The Grand Social Experiment: Building Community on a Foundation of Equality and Diversity

By Nancy Selig Amsden I was very fortunate to spend my most formative years participating in what is probably the grandest social experiment of all times. In 1969, my family moved to a small, new city called Columbia, Maryland. Unlike…

Failure to Success

By Joeel Rivera I am not discouraged, because every wrong attempt discarded is another step forward.—Thomas Edison, addressing his thousands of failed attempts at creating a light bulb Somewhere along the line, most of us have learned that failure is…

Listening to the Voice Within

by Karen Castle Are you open to receiving inner guidance when the time comes to take action and change your life? Does this process excite you or does it result in trepidation because you are taking a risk? Our trajectory…

From Woman-About-Town to Artist-IN-Residence, A True Story

By Terez Hartmann Exploring a New Groove Once upon a time, there was a girl who reveled in being a woman-about-town. She was constantly seen flitting here and there, socializing, performing, speaking and hosting events. Though she would occasionally get…

Roll With It

By Ann Darwicki, RN, CPC   On a recent trip to visit my son, I came out of the mall on a hot, stormy night to find my car had a flat tire. Fortunately, my son and daughter-in-law were with…

From Stuck to Transformed: a Worldwide Journey of Self-Discovery

By Russell Heath Let me tell you the story of my own stuckness. It starts in Tel Aviv, which, in 1980 when I was there, was a dysenteric’s paradise: It had public restrooms on every other block—the limit of my…