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Was It Grief, Anger OR Rage?

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Grief? Anger? Rage?

We have a major storm bringing heavy snow and hurricane-like winds and blizzard conditions to Boston right now. New Englanders call these storms Nor’easters. The weather report tells us to expect between 12 – 16 inches of snow! All the schools and most businesses are closed today. How appreciative am I to be warm and toasty inside drinking my cup of tea and watching the birds who are covered in snow as they eat one seed at a time from the bird feeder.

Life! We must roll with the punches from sunny tropical days to blizzard snowy conditions. Life is all about staying neutral and going with the flow. “No Flow – No Go.”

Do you judge yourself?

I have spent most of my life judging myself and my experiences. As I have become more mindful of my emotions, I have spent time and energy judging those, too. I have spent a ton of energy judging and labeling the experience or emotion more than I did living through it.

I have run away from grief and ridiculed myself repeatedly for experiencing anger and rage. I have put labels on my fear and guilt and buried these emotions deep down inside. This is what causes disease, (dis-ease) my friends.

What I have discovered is the power of staying neutral. I now become mindful of the situation, and I look at it as a life lesson I must learn.

I am free to have the experience (good or bad) and accept the life lesson as part of my spiritual growth. Staying neutral brings me peace and empowers me to learn the life lesson far quicker so I can check mark that situation off my list and move on with grace.

Let yourself have and feel the experiences of your life because you have created them. We choose our life experiences. Let the energy of the experience pass through you without judgment. Learn to let others have their emotions and life lessons, too.

Prue’s quote of the day: “Discover the power of neutral and become mindful of the experience. It is a sacred time that will help you grow and heal.”

At Prue’s Place we are healing our lives one day at a time.

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Mother told me I wasn’t good enough.

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Mother told me I wasn’t good enough so I never felt good enough.

When was the last time you sat still and recognized your accomplishments? I’m not talking about physical things like the amount of money you make or the big house you live in with the fancy car in the driveway. I’m talking about the expansion of your soul and the life lessons you’ve learned. If the evolution of our soul is a fact of life, we will want to keep evolving and becoming more aware so we can live a more harmonious and rewarding life.

Cancer Truths: “We’ve got it all.”

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Cancer Truths: “We’ve got it all.” Have you or a loved one been told by a doctor, “we’ve got it all?” Before you start reading any further, I need to warn you my lovely peeps that today I’m going on a rant because I’m sad and I’m pissed off with the lies my peeps are hearing from their doctors. I am about to tell you some home truths about cancer and share a beautiful story of a twin sister’s unconditional love. I hope this story will encourage you to dig…

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3 More Reasons to Avoid GMOs

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3 More Reasons to Avoid GMOs

By now you already known that genetically modified foods, or GMOs, are bad for us. Animal studies have shown that GMOs lead to organ damage and immune system disorders, infertility and accelerated aging, and human studies have shown that these foods can leave material behind in our bodies that can cause long-term health problems.
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Are You Reading Those PLU Codes?

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Are You Reading Those PLU Codes?

You’ve probably mumbled a few choice words under your breath when you’ve attempted to peel those little PLU code stickers off of your apple or other items of produce, but have you ever really looked at that sticker and do you know all of the reasons why it’s there? From a super market’s standpoint, those codes, which are typically 4 or 5 digits long, are there to make inventory and check-out faster and more accurate. They basically help the cashier know exactly what you’re purchasing without having to look up your item and type a code (possibly the wrong one) into the cash register.
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