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Changing Our Mind Changes Our DNA …

 photo credit: kevindooley A question I have explored for years, personally and professionally, is this: do feelings come from thoughts or do thoughts come from feelings? Or does it work both ways, with thoughts and feelings both prompting a response from the other? An online friend wrote and put forth the widely upheld argument that thoughts come from feelings. He said, “You (may) … feel

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The Miracle of Believing

photo credit: h.koppdelaney My daily practice is my morning hook-up with the Universe and with the Living Intelligence that continues to enlighten and heal me. For instance, a couple of mornings ago, I went to my studio feeling physically low. I had been dealing with a head cold and body aches for a couple of days and now the cough was moving into my chest.

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Our Beliefs Determine Our Life Experience

photo credit: TheAlieness GiselaGiardino²³ When we hold beliefs that leave us doubting that we can have what we want, we create feelings of separation within us. We set ourselves apart from the world of abundance with an expectation of lack, scarcity, thwarted dreams and goals. The result is a harvest of outcomes that validate the limitation we believe in and expect. If we believe, for

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What Are You Telling Yourself?

When you look at this picture, what are your immediate thoughts? Does a “story” come to mind immediately to explain it?” photo credit: paalia If so, then you are in good company. Probably everyone you know does the same thing. As humans, we are story makers. We see a person or situation and we immediately create a story about what we see. That’s because the

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Believing We’re Unlovable

photo credit: Symic The worst part of believing that we are unlovable is that we start acting the part. In so doing, we interact with others in ways that end up proving to us that our belief is true. We become people who act in ways that are hard to appreciate. We become someone who is difficult to love. We go on believing and behaving

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