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  • Vance Larson
    Vance Larson wrote a new blog entry:
    Take Your Power Back
    • Oct 23
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    • Vance Larson
      Deborah Fairfull Yes holding onto anger ultimately only hurts us. Emotions are designed to be observed (to teach us things about ourselves) and then let go of. Holding onto then weighs us down and can lead to illness if held onto for long periods of time (usually years).
      • Oct 26
  • Vance Larson
    Vance Larson wrote a new blog entry:
    How to Stop Being a Victim
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  • Anne McKeown
    Anne McKeown wrote a new blog entry:
    Where to Find and Tap into Your Power
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    Vance Larson wrote a new blog entry:
    Step into Your Empowerment
    • Feb 15
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    Vance Larson wrote a new blog entry:
    Who Controls Your Happiness?
    • August 18, 2018
  • Jane Mary Coaching
    Jane Mary Coaching wrote a new blog entry:
    Can Being More Feminine Solve Your Relationship Problems?
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  • Anne McKeown
    Anne McKeown wrote a new blog entry:
    Relaxation with NLP
    • May 1, 2018
    • Anne McKeown
      LaurenCrabtree Wow thank you for sharing! A friend of mine just finished her study in NLP and i find it so extremely interesting and insightful! I am going to try that little sticker exercise, sometimes its those small little things we do to alter our subconscious mind...  more
    • Anne McKeown
      Deborah Fairfull Some fantastic tips is rising above stress, feeling calm and feeling empowered.
      • May 7, 2018
  • Sergei  VanBellinghen
    Sergei VanBellinghen wrote a new blog entry:
    Stay Hungry, Stay Foolish
    • April 25, 2018
    • Sergei  VanBellinghen
      Deborah Fairfull I love this philosophy. We flow by growing and we grow by remaining open and receptive to new ideas.
    • Sergei  VanBellinghen
      LaurenCrabtree Thankyou for sharing this wonderful knowledge! When i was younger i used to think i knew a lot more than i actually did, i was stubborn, which ultimately hindered me from taking in new knowledge. It was only through developing and uncovering my personal...  more
    • Sergei  VanBellinghen
      Sergei VanBellinghen LaurenCrabtree Thank you Lauren for your honesty and insight. It is wonderful to see that you have come a long way. And yes, we never stop learning and we shouldn't. Knowledge is a super power for us to use. ))) Have a great day.
  • Blisspot
    Blisspot wrote a new blog entry:
    Finding Flow
    • February 20, 2018
    • Blisspot
      LaurenCrabtree I used to attend a weekly community group which was focused on 'finding your flow' through performance art and other creative practices. I picked up Poi which is basically two weighted balls with rope attached to them and the magical state of mediative...  more
      • February 21, 2018
  • Blisspot
    Blisspot wrote a new blog entry:
    Finding Your Strengths and Using Them
    • February 20, 2018
    • Blisspot
      LaurenCrabtree I love that your inner strengths can be something more than a creative practice or hobby, they can be intangible things like kindness. Things like creativity and hobbies are so fantastic to harness, but accepting kindness, compassion, hope, leadership...  more
      • February 20, 2018