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Sacred Woman. Holy Life. (All Day Workshop)

Sacred Woman. Holy Life. (All Day Workshop)

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Instructor:  Rev. Cynthia James 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Book/s:  All provided Cost: $125.00 (includes material fee) This is a one-day creative and experiential adventure for women. It is an exploration and discovery journey to uncover and reveal true expression as a woman. Participants will experience: Embracing nature’s relationship to the essence of woman Deepening of spiritual practice Rituals and movement Music and creative expression Wear comfortable clothes you can move in. Bring a journal and a willingness to creatively expand. NOTE: 24-hour cancellation notice required. No refunds after the deadline. All......

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Your Ripple Effect

Your Ripple Effect

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Six Degrees of Separation Is Not That Far Between You and What Really Matters“The idea that everything is purposeful really changes the way you live. To think that everything that you do has a ripple effect, that every word that you speak, every action that you make affects other people and the planet.”~ Victoria Moran Do you see your life and what you do with it as “purposeful”? With all that is happening around our planet and between nations it’s easy to perceive our individual selves as insignificant and, in the process,......

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How to Tune Into Your Inner Voice

How to Tune Into Your Inner Voice

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  It was January, 2008 when I heard that inner voice say, “just trust me on this”; I didn’t understand why, but I knew I had to trust this voice. I was clearing emails out of my inbox when I came across one that I was about to delete until I heard,  “do not delete it, open it.” I was a little puzzled by this especially since the email subject did not appear to be anything but spam, but I proceeded to open the email anyway. That’s when I saw it, an......

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The Challenge of Change: Are you the River or the Rock?

“LIFE IS A SERIES OF NATURAL AND SPONTANEOUS CHANGES. DON’T RESIST THEM; THAT ONLY CREATES SORROW. LET REALITY BE REALITY. LET THINGS FLOW NATURALLY FORWARD IN WHATEVER WAY THEY LIKE.” ~ Lao Tzu With the new year well under way, it’s interesting to see how many people are intentionally trying to initiate change in some area(s) their life while, at the same time, resisting it in others. Right now, many people are flocking to the gym with a desire (resolution) to get fit–and that sort of change is a wonderful thing. Yet, at the same time, change may be happening......

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Becoming "More" Successful

Becoming “More” Successful

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“Success is liking yourself, liking what you do, and liking how you do it.”  ~ Maya Angelou It’s common for people talk about ‘becoming more successful’. In fact, Google the phrase and you will find approximately 401 million results. These results offer all kinds of thoughts, and ultimately this article will become one of them. But when it comes to becoming more successful from a spiritual perspective, what does that really mean? And is it possible? Taking a purist stance, one could argue that as a spiritual being you are already perfectly......

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An Introduction to Symbolic Living

An Introduction to Symbolic Living

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  As we enter into 2015, we begin to review our lives, and make personal goals and commitments. I would like to contribute a thought around creating a Symbolic Life.  A symbol is defined as an expression or representation of a particular idea or quality.  Symbols help us to relate to an emotion, a feeling and/or a knowing.  It allows us to communicate a connection to the symbol’s representation. When we think of living we must ask ourselves, do we just exist or are we truly living?   I like how author and......

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20 Steps to Becoming a Master of Your Craft and Life

What comes to mind when you think of the word Mastery?   Webster’s defines mastery as:  knowledge and skill that allows you to do, use, or understand something very well, or the complete control of something. The human of us tends to and likes to believe that we are in control. We like to feel that we know exactly how things should be done for ourselves – and especially for others. Some of us are control freaks; our friends know it, and our families are drained by it – all while we completely......

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