How my life and belief changed as I became an awakened woman

At 11 years old, I wrote a letter to President Bill Clinton... about why he vetoed a bill that would ban partial birth abortion. Unfortunately I do not have a copy of the letter I wrote to him, but have his response:   I had no idea about being a woman or the situation a woman …

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Tomorrowland + What hope is for

"There are two wolves. One represents darkness, fear, despair.... the other, represents  light, love and hope. When the two wolves fight, which one wins? The one you feed." *Spoiler alert* Tomorrowland is about imagination, adventure, and hope. It's the story of the future, and the present, and how our minds make a difference. A future-predicting …

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Why our thoughts are important

We have close to 60,000 thoughts a day. Many are the same...and many are similar in nature. We have been led to believe that our thoughts are in reaction to the world around us. And they are. But more importantly, our thoughts actually influence the world around us. What our thoughts teach us Our thoughts teach us …

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How do I hear my inner guide?

"When I hear my higher self... my inner wisdom... the voice of God... it's not a booming voice, it's my voice." - Iyanla Vanzant We are told to listen to our intuition, but what really does it sound like? Meggan Watterson has a beautiful Soul Voice Meditation, where she takes you on a guided journey …

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The first and last thing: Why rituals are so meaningful

What are the first thoughts you have in the morning and the last thoughts you have before falling asleep? An excerpt from Dr. Wayne Dyer's blog: "Metaphysical teacher Neville Goddard offers us this description of what takes place while we sleep: Sleep is the door through which the conscious, waking mind passes to be creatively …

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