Monthly Archives: November 2010

Thank You for My Self

“My beloved child, break your heart no longer. Each time you judge yourself, you break your own heart. You stop feeding on the love which is the wellspring of your vitality. The time has come, your time. To live, to … Continue reading

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Thank You for My Self

In this month of conscious gratitude, in addition to this day and our friends (see previous weeks’ messages), we must also offer gratitude for ourselves. It seems to me that just about everyone carries some regret, shame and anger toward … Continue reading

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Open to All Possibilities

Several weeks ago, I had the opportunity to attend Edwene Gaines’ “Prosperity Plus” Workshop. She was presenting at a Religious Science church in Riverside on a Sunday afternoon. Because I consider her to be one of my teachers, as well … Continue reading

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In Search of the Blessing

“Everyone and everything I see will lean toward me to bless me.” — A Course in Miracles I so love that quote from ACIM, because it reminds me that everyone in my life is there for a reason. The blessing … Continue reading

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Thank You For My Friends

“Everyone I meet today leans toward me to bless me.” — A Course in Miracles I love this quote because it reminds me that everyone in my life is there for a reason, and offers me a gift–whether the gift … Continue reading

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Thank You For This Day

In the US, we are reminded to offer thanksgiving one day a year. Often, it winds up to be about 45 minutes worth, possibly followed by crankiness when we are the ones who have to do the dishes. But what … Continue reading

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After the Election

If you live in California, I’m pretty sure you know by now that we have a new governor. How do you feel about that? This was one of the hotter political campaign seasons, and it seems that everyone had an … Continue reading

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