March 4, 2015

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Welcome to Freedom at the Core!

How it would it feel to have a sustainable freedom radiating from your inside out? The freedom to make changes in your life, while also being a catalyst for changes you want to see in the world? If your answer is a resounding “Yes!”,  you’ve come to a special place. Whether it’s physical, emotional or […]

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January 7, 2017

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Changing at Point Easy or Point Crisis?

Change is part of life. Our environment, bodies, feelings, thoughts, behaviors and relationships are always in a process of change. The question is how much power do we have to guide that change? Can we make the change at the point where change is easy or do we need to go to the point of […]

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November 22, 2016

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Shifting Our Perception About Addiction

Throughout history addiction has been perceived in many ways. Today we refer to addiction as a habitual misuse of physical substances, thought processes and behaviors. It is often perceived with the stigma of sickness, weakness and lack of morality. People are now understanding that labeling, shaming and humiliating is the last thing someone needs to […]

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October 16, 2016

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The Currency of Affluence

Throughout history, humans have strived for affluence, most often by accumulating money or wealth. Currency has been referred to as medium of exchange like gold, bank notes, or other physical things that people place value on. Today much of our currency is experienced as a digital movement going back and forth with no intrinsic value. […]

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September 8, 2016

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The Elusiveness of Unconditionally Loving Ourselves

The ability to be unconditionally loving with ourselves can be elusive at times. Being unconditionally loving with ourselves means freely accepting and allowing ourselves to have the lives we want, no matter what our condition. Being conditional, however, means imposing conditions on ourselves in order to allow and feel worthy enough to have the lives we […]

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August 25, 2016

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Why People Hold Back From Peace

Throughout history man has asked the question of how to create peace on Earth. Even though people tend to differ in the ways they think about peace, we all intuitively now know that war is not the answer. We see that leaving responsibility to other people is not the answer either. We are finally coming to […]

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August 25, 2016

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The Power of Appropriate Relationship

Appropriate relationships are relationships we know are good for us. They are fun, inspiring and empowering. They align with our values and give us clarity on why other inappropriate relationships never worked. The word “appropriate” refers to being suitable, fitting or right in any particular circumstance. The wonderful thing is that we each have an internal […]

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August 25, 2016

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The Fun and Joy in Taking 100% Responsibility for Our Lives

The joy and fun of taking full responsibility for our lives is one of the most exciting lessons we can learn in life. What often holds us back is the question, “How can I develop the self confidence, passion, motivation and discipline for taking that much responsibility for my life?” Taking responsibility for our lives […]

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June 10, 2016

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Relief for the “Oversensitive, Reactive and Dramatic”

Oversensitive, reactive and dramatic people come into the world with an extraordinary ability to be creative, introspective, inspiring and expressive. Soon to discover their emotions are discouraged. They turn their emotions inward by contracting and holding back. Anger turned inward creates cycles of self rejection, resentment, comparing themselves and giving distorted meaning to what other people […]

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May 5, 2016

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Can We Choose to Be Happy No Matter What Our Condition?

Throughout history man has pondered the question if we can to choose to be happy no matter our condition. Meditation, movement, and other ways of experiencing happiness continues to be explored and researched around the world. Some of the research includes the work by Matthieu Ricard a biochemist, Buddhist Monk. He is sometimes called the “happiest […]

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February 28, 2016

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End the complaining?

Have you ever decided to stop your complaining? I’ve decided several times and today I found myself complaining about the highway traffic. “Annoying, stinky, polluting, too fast” and on and on. Suddenly I’d gone from enjoying the beautiful day to being dull and grouchy… “Ouch!” I wanted my beautiful day back! Hmmmmmm, I quieted my mind and asked […]

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