Tag: passion

The Importance of Loving Connections

At the Conscious Growth Workshop I recently attended, Steve spent some time discussing the principle of Love, which in his paradigm relates to positive and negative connections between you and other people, places, and things. So in this paradigm, anything and everything in your environment affects you, some positively and some negatively. He talked about ways to reduce the negative energies and pull in more of the positive energies. Immediately I was struck by how important it is to surround ourselves with the people, places, and things that make us feel good, and to try to remove as much of

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You’re An Expert

I was doing a reading for a woman recently and we were talking about her making a transition in her career. She was working as a project manager for a tech company and she was miserable but she had no idea what else she wanted to do. So when I tuned in to her guides and asked what she should or could be doing that would be more aligned with who she was, they showed me an image of her quilting. Quilting? Talk about a departure from her current situation job at a tech company! So I asked her if

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Are You Trading Your Soul for a Paycheck?

You know what I’m talking about. Are you trading your soul for a paycheck? Do you go to work every day because you have to or because you want to? Are you doing work that makes you happy or are you doing work that just pays the bills? If you bound out of bed every day eager to get to work, that’s awesome, you can safely skip this article and go back to work. But if you hate going to work or you’ve become numb to that hate because you’ve grown accustomed to working for money instead of love, read

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Are You Singing Your Song?

A friend of mine, S. Frank Stringham, gave a lovely and inspiring speech at a toastmaster contest recently asking people if they are singing their song. He reminded us that there is a song in all of us, but not everyone is singing their song. Are you singing your song? Are you living congruently with your purpose, or are you going out every day to a job that just pays the bills but isn’t aligned with your purpose or passion? Do you even remember your song? When we are children, we are often asked what we want to be when

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Believe It and Achieve It

My twin sister and I started playing basketball when we were 10 years old. My father was elated as basketball was his favorite sport. He taught us all the basic skills and worked with us every weekend at the gym to improve our game, then he signed us up for a local community basketball league where we got our first taste of teamwork, sports, and competition. We were so into playing basketball that during the summer when the community league was on hiatus, he signed us up for the Jewish summer league where we had to be on teams with

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