Palma1

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Date registered: November 22, 2011

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  1. Healing is Both Practical and Spiritual — August 22, 2013
  2. Spirit Roots & Branches: An Intuitive Earns her Wings — March 23, 2013
  3. New Year Challenge–Shifting into Compassion — January 21, 2013
  4. I Get a Kick out of Honey Boo Boo! — October 10, 2012
  5. HAPPY NEW INDEPENDENCE DAY! — July 5, 2012

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Aug 22

Healing is Both Practical and Spiritual

I spent time with a friend & her mom this week at their swimming pool in town. Her mom was sharing concern over a slightly swollen section of her index finger, stating, “I can’t believe this bump is still here. It’s been three weeks. I think I may have been stung by something that left …

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Mar 23

Spirit Roots & Branches: An Intuitive Earns her Wings

Growing up a middle child in a typically dysfunctional, fairly large, Italian Catholic family in Queens, N.Y., complete with lots of yelling and name calling, I was very shy around new people, especially authority figures. By age ten, I had already attended numerous mandatory wakes and funerals and developed not only a fear of death, but …

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Jan 21

New Year Challenge–Shifting into Compassion

It’s a new year–yeah! Is there anything sweeter than the scent of newness? Remember buying new pencil cases, notebooks & shoes to begin a new grade school year? I loved that time! For me, that was the official beginning of fall. As East coast kids, we headed back to class in the crisp, early days …

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Oct 10

I Get a Kick out of Honey Boo Boo!

I get such a kick out of watching Alana, a.k.a. Honey Boo Boo, the six year old star of TLC’s hit reality show, “Here Comes Honey Boo Boo” and Little Miss beauty pageant participant on”Toddlers & Tiaras.” First of all, Alana is an endearing child, and to me, all children are precious, especially as they …

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Jul 05

HAPPY NEW INDEPENDENCE DAY!

HAPPY NEW INDEPENDENCE DAY! HAPPY INDEPENDENCE FROM THOUGHTS THAT ARE NOT YOUR OWN AND ARE NOT SERVING YOU DAY! THINK ABOUT IT–WHAT ARE THE THOUGHTS THAT HOLD YOU BACK FROM JUMPING INTO THE FULLNESS OF LIFE? WHOSE THOUGHTS ARE THEY ANYWAY–WHAT ARE THEIR ORIGINS? MOST OF OUR “STINKIN’ THINKIN” IS STUFF WE PICKED UP IN …

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May 10

Spring Fever

I am in love. Yes, with my sweet hubby of four years, partner of eleven, (today’s our anniversary!), and with another lover. Today, I have been smitten walking through my neighborhood. Seasonal malady has stricken my heart–more specifically–my nostrils, big time. I’m in love with honeysuckle. I’m in love with spring. We strolled arm in …

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Mar 17

Get Your Green On! Celebrate Your Abundance!

There’s a song that begins, ” I celebrate…my abundance! I celebrate…my prosperity!”  Singing these lyrics is one way I affirm my good. Sharing them with you affirms the good that is available to all of us moment by moment. St. Patrick’s Day is a perfect opportunity for recognizing, claiming and celebrating our inherent good–our potential for …

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Dec 21

Have You Caught the December Blues?

Are you unusually hard on yourself lately? Lashing out at others in anger? Sleeping lots, avoiding social tasks, isolating due to exhaustion or sadness? It could be you’ve caught the December blues. Congratulations! Self-awareness is the first step to shifting toward wholeness and joy. Find a place to quiet your mind for a few moments; …

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Dec 11

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Oct 12

Cats, Grief & Being in the Moment

Grieving is a natural occurrence–we grieve the loss of something or someone that is passing or has already passed, moved on, been taken away, shifted. Often we put off grieving– ignoring it until something throws us so off kilter that it dislodges like that little silver ball at the start of pinball. A good friend …

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