Serving The Soul – The Real Purpose of Your Body

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  “Man does not have a soul, he is a soul. He has a body.” – C.H. Lewis   How many times a day do you overhear conversations obsessing over the condition of the physical body? How often do you … Continued

How To Bend Your Reality – It’s Easier Than You Think

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  I live on the edge of 1200 hectares of urban wilderness and one of my favorite things to do while I’m walking or hiking the trails in the morning is to play in, and create with, the ‘light’ body. … Continued

Are You An Angel Born In Hell? How To Transcend The Paradox

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  At this time in our earthly evolution, there are many who are suffering the ravages of war, hurricanes, earthquakes, and wildfires. There are also those we don’t hear about. The ones who are suffering their own private hell, usually … Continued

The Art of Chillin’ – Balm For The Soul

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  In the summer months, I freelance as a Bed and Breakfast host and Innkeeper. I love this work and it is hard work, yet it suits my inner being while also giving me most afternoons and evenings to pursue writing … Continued

Inner Joy – The New Meaning of Success

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  I went for a 10 km hike yesterday along a trail that leads deep into the woods. It was one of those perfectly magical weather days. Not too hot. Not too cool. Puffy white clouds. Striking blue sky. Butterflies … Continued

Writers and Coffee – A Match Made In Heaven

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Writers have an almost crazed reputation for being notorious coffee drinkers, and I would venture to guess there isn’t another group of people who have a closer association with drinking copious amounts of the brew than writers. There are a lot of writers … Continued

Writing Close To The Bone – The Art & Practice of Coming Undone

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I am sitting at my desk as I write this. From my window everything looks a bit bleak, bare, and grey. Even the sky looks chilly, pulling the clouds in close like a warm blanket. A few geese have just … Continued