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Posts Tagged:forgiveness

A Long Awaited Apology #blacklivesmatter

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I went to the Marianne Williamson event last night at the Marble Collegiate Church where she discussed her new book Tears to Triumph, and all things spirituality and current affairs. I have so much to write about the evening, but I got home late and couldn’t get anything down before bedtime. One thing I can share, however, was this amazing... Read More

Everything Will Be OK …

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(Play vid HERE.) Everything will be OK … As soon as we’re OK with everything. I love this quote from Untethered Soul, a book I’ve read twice and am itching to read again. I cannot tell you how often I discuss resistance in my work with clients. Resistance to body. Resistance to job. Resistance to family/upbringing. … diagnosis. … divorce.... Read More

How to Stop Outsourcing Our Happiness

kat hurley, meditation center, vipassana
“Happiness and unhappiness are states of mind, and therefore their real causes cannot be found outside the mind.” -Gen Kelsang Nyema I never understood this concept until I experienced it for myself. For years I’d been searching for happiness outside myself: when I’d get the right job, when I’d finally settle in the perfect relationship, when I’d become completely debt-free.... Read More

Emotional Freedom Technique: Relive it right, the good, the bad, the ugly

I once did an EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) Tapping session with a friend; she’d just learned the technique. EFT is a form of psychological acupressure, based on the same energy meridians used in traditional acupuncture to treat physical and emotional ailments for over five thousand years, but without the invasiveness of needles. Sitting on her living room floor, we began... Read More

Living in Alignment: 11 min guided meditation

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I know I’ve really been drilling this one [intent sh&*^t] home this week, but I’m telling you … it’s a total gamechanger. I promise, if you can get this than you are golden;) Namaste, yo! Have at it. #Onward Much Love,

The War on Guns

kat hurley, mantra, louise hay, you can heal your life, bali, healer
When I was young, like most kids, if I got punched, I punched back. In high school, there was never a fight I backed out of. In my eyes, I was defending my friends–my family. In college, I surprised a whole classroom full of feminist liberals with my pro death penalty arguments. I wanted retaliation, dammit. I felt very strongly;... Read More

Being An Adult Sucks

My bestie, Katie, always has the greatest one-liners. “Being an adult sucks” is one of my favorites of hers. “Don’t you wish we could just go back to college where the only choice we had in the world was what kind of cheap beer to drink?” That was tonight’s shot of wisdom. She’s right. Despite being able to drive, eating... Read More