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Stop Judging. Stop Being Critical.

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Do you judge your friends? When was the last time you had a critical thought?

It doesn’t matter how young or old we are, what we do for a living or where we come from in the world, the color of our skin; our political views or religious beliefs and the language we speak – we all understand the language of love.

We all want to feel love, and when we learn to love ourselves, we can fulfill all our dreams and desires. Nothing holds us back because we trust and love ourselves unconditionally.
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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.” Read More

Cancer? How heavy is your sack of potatoes?

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Living With Cancer?

Living with cancer can be such a heavy burden to carry around with you day in day out. I remember that heavy sack only too well.

It was so hard to enjoy my life. All I wanted to do was sleep and cry. When I started researching at the local library and reading every book I could get my hands on about how to survive cancer naturally was when I realized I must create a healing strategy – a daily action plan to change my life.
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Without love in your life you could die.

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Without love in your life you could die.

Love is the best medicine

 

Why do we find it so hard to love and take care of ourselves?

If one of our inner belief systems or thought patterns is, “I am unworthy,” then one of our outer effects will be procrastination. After all, procrastination is one way to keep us from being who we want to be. Then we can berate ourselves again for procrastinating and prove to ourselves that we really are unworthy of living a healthy vibrant life. How sad?

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Loneliness is a silent killer.

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Loneliness is a silent killer

Did you know that one in five people suffer from loneliness and isolation? Recent research shows that these feelings can cause heart disease, high blood pressure, cancer, depression and many other illnesses.

Your emotional health matters.

Emotions matter more than you realize. You go to your Oncologist because they are experts in cancer drugs – the physical part of cancer. Oncologists did not study nutrition, emotional health and the mind-body connection in medical school. So, you must become educated on how to heal your whole health – your whole life. I requires surrounding yourself with the right healing team.
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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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Golden Buddha

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Have you heard the story about the Golden Buddha?

Over 300 years ago, Burma planned an attack to invade Thailand (then called Siam). Siamese monks, who were in possession of an enormous solid gold Buddha that weighed 2 ½ tons (that’s 5000lbs of gold!), that today would be valued at over 200 million dollars, made a decision.
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