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Meditation Coaching for Living Boldly!

I don’t believe in just meditating. It’s what you do with your meditation that matters most.  How do you bring it into your life?  How can you integrate meditation in your everyday life through your actions & intentions? Meditation is a wonderful tool for resourcing yourself and learning how to breathe.  While meditation can create

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How To Shift Stress in the Moment

Our mind is often the biggest cause of our stress. What it perceives and thinks can layer our experience and make things seem more stressful than they really are. The mind is like a booby-trap, it’s filled with circular thinking and past thoughts. Instead of trying to change the mind with the mind, here’s a

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How To Deal With Projection

When I first decided to leave Wall Street to follow my dreams of world travel, I received a variety of responses from my loved ones and co-workers.  Some were shocked, some were envious, some disappointed.  I found out that several of my co-workers called me “crazy” behind my back.  A few good friends were genuinely

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Peace in Assisi

Ever since I saw Brother Sun, Sister Moon, the story of St. Francis, I felt inspired to come to Assisi, Italy.  Recently I attended a five day silent retreat at Simple Peace in the countryside of Assisi. I stayed in an elegant, yet simple room. Our days consisted of an hour of meditation morning, an

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Island Travel Adventure

Of all the places I’ve traveled, the B.C. islands continue to be my favorite place to rest and recharge. Being surrounded by water, massive trees and gentle mountains make it a haven for my spirit to soar and feel free. The feeling is visceral and people often comment on the way they feel when they’re

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Release Stress in 5 Minutes

Stress is this invisible force that builds inside our bodies, minds and nervous system.  It ties us up in knots, has us thinking in different directions– and before we know it, it’s hard to undo the mini-fortress that stress has taken up within our body. When stress has it’s invisible grip on us, we don’t

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When You Can’t Meditate

Meditation isn’t for everyone.  Many people are attracted to the idea of meditation, but inwardly cringe at the thought of sitting still for 5 to 10 minutes at a time.  Yet many people realize the need to quiet their mind. When I learned yoga in India, my teacher told me that people should learn relaxation

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Meditation for Tech Addiction

You’ve probably never heard someone say, “I just spent an hour on Facebook.  I feel great!!” It’s more like a conversation in your head, “I just spent an hour on Facebook,” coupled with an empty feeling of having achieved absolutely nothing.  Yet, you have to wonder why we spend hours on end in front of

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Overcoming Resistance

When something or someone rubs you the wrong way, how do you deal with it? 1.   Avoid them  2.  Make them wrong   3.  Make yourself wrong   4.  Resist them   5.  Cut them out of your life  6.  Pretend you’re better   7.  Shut down   8. Withdraw    9. Eat chocolate The list goes on.  We want to

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Start A Meditation Practice In 10 Breaths

If you’ve ever wanted to start meditation, but didn’t know where to begin, here’s a short video to get you started.  It can begin as simply as 10 breaths.  People come to meditation for a myriad of reasons.  The benefits are limitless and sometimes unexpected.  Whether you’re coming to meditation for inner peace or to

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Mindfulness & Technology

7 Ways To Practice Mindfulness in the Technology Age I think we’ve all experienced that awkward moment, when you’re speaking to someone – and the cell phone rings.  For a moment one person glances at their phone, while the other wonders if they’re about to be trumped by a phone call.  No one likes being

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Forgiveness for the Holidays

The holidays bring a sense of warmth and festivity, but can also be a chaotic and stressful time.  The other day, I was driving down the freeway, when I witnessed road rage and the near collision of two cars that refused to yield to each other on the freeway. The feeling of tension and frenetic

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The Dark Side of Yoga

I was working on Wall Street when I first started practicing yoga.  During that time I suffered from severe neck and back pain, so I thought yoga would help me.  Being a novice at the time, I had no idea what the different styles of yoga were. Perhaps it was karma or a twist of

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The Dog Who Likes to Meditate

My dog BeBe is pretty cute.  When we go for walks, people ohhhh and ahhh over him, thinking that he’d like to be cuddled and coo’ed over.  To their dismay, when they try to pet him, he’s unreceptive. BeBe doesn’t like being petted.  Not very much anyway.  He’s very loving, but made it clear from

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The Healer’s Journey

Joseph Campbell said, “We’re not on our journey to save the world but to save ourselves. But in doing that you save the world. The influence of a vital person vitalizes.”  As healers, we travel through different stages of our own evolution and growth.  It always begins with our own wound, often received from childhood,

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Let Your Body Speak. And Speak To Your Body.

What To Do With Body Pain Imagine if your body had a microphone with its own voice system.  Instead of words, your body speaks to you through your feelings, like pain or comfort.  You have the power to turn the volume up or turn it off completely.  What if you gave your body a voice? 

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Video: Making Life Choices

Hello everyone!  I am experimenting with a new blogging format – video! Click here to watch! I would love to hear your thoughts and if you’d like to see more vlogs up here.  Please give us a thumbs up or leave a comment in the youtube section! Meanwhile, I leave you with this wonderful quote

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Life Changes: 10 Ways to Get Perspective

Have you ever woken up wondering, what the hell is going on with your life?  Lots of people do.  It happens to all of us at some point in our lives, and often multiple times.  Joseph Campbell assured us of this uncertainty saying, “”If the path before you is clear, you’re probably on someone else’s.”

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Are you a Healer?

God bless Martha Beck.   A Ph.D. from Harvard, she freely uses M-words like magic, mysticism and miracles.  Beck is a Life Coach who writes for Oprah magazine, who happens to be a lesbian with serious balls.  In her book, Steering by Starlight, she’s not afraid to admit, “I think we may be living in the

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Addicted to Technology

The other day I was walking down Westwood Plaza in LA when I noticed how many people were walking and texting. At least a dozen people were connected to their cell, hardly looking up to see where they were walking. A few weeks ago, Michael Moore invited people to his new theatre and said, “If

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Re-Defining God

“I do not believe in a personal God and I have never denied this but have expressed it clearly. If something is in me which can be called religious then it is the unbounded admiration for the structure of the world so far as our science can reveal it.”  (Albert Einstein, 1954) Albert Einstein often

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When Compromise Becomes Complacency

Recently I attended a group Leadership Training event.  It was filled with different personalities, from different countries, and ethnicities.  Our task was to be innovative – in a very short amount of time, and to facilitate creativity for leaders. On day 2 of our Training, we had a group breakdown.  One of the attendees had

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Take A Deep Breath

There have been a few seconds I have experienced deep bliss in my life.  In 2005, while I was living in an ashram in the south of India, we had practiced a full hour of intense breathing techniques, and I nearly collapsed and lost consciousness.  Shortly after, I felt completely blissful and at one with

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Follow Your Inner Flow

A few months before Joseph Campbell died, Bill Moyer’s asked him this question in a PBS interview that would later be called “The Power of Myth.” BILL MOYERS: Do you ever have the sense of… being helped by hidden hands? JOSEPH CAMPBELL: All the time. It is miraculous. I even have a superstition that has

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How To Deal With Negativity

This is a big year for cleansing and healing.  As more people become self-aware, and their stuff comes up,  alot of negative emotions and energy can rise to the surface.  At times we are negative and other times we are on the receiving end of negativity.  Where does it come from?  And what’s the best

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Navigating Change

Intense experiences.  Big swings in energy.  Uncertainty and other life changes.  If these words describe you, you’re not alone. Consciousness is changing.  It is effecting everything, from the way we do business to the way we feel each day.  An invisible storm is brewing and gathering energy, and this storm has it’s own mind.  It

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