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Inspired Action – Intuitive Intelligence

Being both intuitive and intellectual… I personally love to have my intuition activated by interesting research or ideas that pop-up on my radar. There is a substantial amount of research that demonstrates that many highly successful CEO’s [...]

A Healing Meditation To Use For Loved Ones Or The World

Here is a healing meditation you can use for loved ones whom you know personally, or people in the news to whom you’d like to send powerful healing energy, such as someone wounded in a terrorist attack, or someone going through a health struggle. The [...]

Dialing Down The Distress: The 1-Minute Breathing Box Meditation

Everyone can use a simple method for going within, getting in touch with your deepest self and finding a bit of serenity when life gets too intense or seems crazy. One of the best methods I’ve found is a simple breathing technique that provides [...]
How To Use Guided Meditation To Overcome Adversity

Podcast: How To Use Guided Meditation To Overcome Adversity

Listen Here: Spiritual Life Coach Cristie Davis specializes in guided meditations and believes attitude is everything and that meditation is the key to achieving a happy, optimistic perspective for enhanced wellbeing.  How To Use Guided Meditation [...]

Thinking: The Source of All Struggle

It’s thinking that gets you in trouble. It’s your thoughts that cause your stress. The habit of living in your left brain has you thinking that you’re going insane and your life is a mess! There’s a very simple solution to end the struggle [...]

4 Ways To Find Your Zen Zone

You deserve zen, slow your life down a bit and get into the zone. Zen is the practice of experiencing a calm peacefulness. A Zen Zone is your mental space where you are flowing with an inner consciousness that is not interrupted with physical [...]

How To Meditate Part III: Mindfulness Of Feelings

In a previous post, I explored the first foundation of mindfulness, mindfulness of the body. The second foundation of mindfulness is mindfulness of feelings. Just as many of us learned as children to disconnect from our body, we also learned [...]

Always Check Your Assumptions

Jumping to conclusions. I came upstairs to my hotel room after having lunch with our son, Trey, today and my key did not open my room’s door. My key had apparently become demagnetized while I was at lunch. The housekeeper was in our son’s [...]

How to Meditate Part II: Mindfulness of the Body

The body is our greatest source of internal wisdom. The body provides our most immediate experience of the present moment. What is required on our part is a willingness to pay attention and listen. Unfortunately, many of us have learned—through [...]

How to Meditate: Part I—Awareness of Breath Meditation

In my last post, 5 Things You Can Do to Live a Mindful Life, I explored ways that we can live mindfully. The first of those 5 things is to cultivate a formal mindfulness meditation practice, because the formal practice serves as a training ground [...]

Heart Disease Is All Around Us

Michael Clark Duncan Grooming Michael Clark Duncan stands out among many memories from back in the day when I was a Hollywood makeup artist. I remember the size of his head, I had never used that much makeup to cover someone’s dome before. His [...]