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Awareness Prayer and Affirmation

The following awareness prayer and affirmation comes from The Freedom to EAT – 10 Secrets for Lasting Weight Loss and Inner Peace and the book’s companion meditation CD, Let it... Read More

Why I Choose to Meditate on God

First, I have a confession to make. I didn’t always choose to meditate on God. As a matter of fact, I didn’t choose to meditate, period. Meditation and the Christian... Read More

5 Immediate Ways to Enrich Your Life Through Journaling

I don’t know of another way to more immediately enrich your life than through journaling. I didn’t start journaling because I dreamed of being a writer. It was more out... Read More

Feeling Lost? There are No Wrong Turns Only Detours on the Spiritual Journey

I’ll never forget a solo road trip I took from St. Louis to Des Moines. It was a sunny day. The sky was bright blue and filled with white, fluffy... Read More

God’s Time and Our Time

At a recent talk I gave about experiencing the power of joy and FLOW in your life and your business, I mentioned God’s time and our time. Apparently, it resonated,... Read More

Seek to Strive for Contentment

Seek to strive for contentment? Doesn’t that make you lazy or stuck or not growing? In our culture where stressing and striving is rewarded and enough is never enough, can... Read More

4 Tips to Create Space to Breathe

To have joy and FLOW in your life, requires that you create space to breathe. These four tips will explain the importance of creating space and how to do it.... Read More

Do You Hate to Wait?

Do you hate to wait? I was greeted with this dreaded green screen this morning with the never-ending white-dotted spinning circle saying: Please wait. Groan… Our Culture Trains Us to... Read More

If You Are Not Joyful You Are Probably Measuring

Measuring comes in handy when you are cooking. Constant measurement in your day-to-day life, however, can quickly drain the joy from you. Measuring from the Outside Sources that Steal Joy... Read More

Are You a Late Bloomer?

I embrace being a late bloomer. It’s a term that was used a lot in schools when children weren’t maturing academically. Late bloomers can also mean when someone physically, emotionally,... Read More