Category Archives: Inspiration

Go without; go within

Is more really better? We’ve been told that we need to accumulate, to possess, to achieve in order to be happy. But nearly every busy, wealthy person I know is struggling to get more done than they have time to … Continue reading

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Self-Sabotage to Success

The lure of self-sabotage is based in fear. Fear is a dark cloud; ominous but without substance. It’s the false notion that we can lose something that we need in order to be whole. We are whole already. We are … Continue reading

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As we are…

How do you know when you’re becoming more mature, more centered, more peaceful? It’s when you begin to feel that way about your life and the world around you. It’s when things that used to rattle your cage or consume … Continue reading

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Shifting Your Thinking

The single defining characteristic for a person who consistently (and wholeheartedly) embraces a fitness lifestyle is this: It’s part of who they are. This is a person for whom regular, challenging physical activity is as natural as showering and brushing … Continue reading

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A Matter of Perspective

If you had an appointment scheduled with a friend, or even a stranger, you would do everything within reason to keep it, wouldn’t you? And you would be at least irritated, if not down right angry, if they didn’t bother … Continue reading

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A Message to Our (deeper) Selves

For the last decade or so, I’ve been studying spiritual disciplines, philosophies and writings whose common underpinnings seem to be the illusory nature of the physical world and the simple but powerful assertion that the one true end to suffering … Continue reading

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