08
Aug
2016

Eeyore and Awareness

Everyone knows about Winnie the Pooh and the gang. Each character is a representation of an aspect of us and of our society. One of the misfits in the merry band is Eeyore the donkey.

It could be said that Eeyore is the depressive one, someone who always sees the glass half empty and broken. Yet i...

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01
Aug
2016

Calming the Hurricane in Your Head

Ever have moments where your mind is racing? Your thoughts are in overdrive, and soon panic and anxiety are where your state of mind is — like life is a hurricane bearing down on you, creating mental destruction in your path.

Are you living in a world where everything moves like a hurricane? Your...

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25
Jul
2016

The Mousetrap of Being

How is your thinking? Do you trap yourself? At times, do you create your world to the point where you feel internally trapped, and then take that internal feeling of being trapped and create it as your external experience? Then you live this as your reality. You live in the experience of your thinki...

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18
Jul
2016

Creating a Thunderstorm of Clarity

It began in a conversation: Sarah grew up and lives in the Midwest — and was terrified of Midwest thunderstorms. I chuckled because during a recent visit to Iowa, I experienced the wonder, joy, and power of a Midwest thunderstorm. I was so happy my family could experience it!

Yet Sarah was in shoc...

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11
Jul
2016

Where Does Happiness Live?

Jim Pehkonen

In a world where the constant stream of tragic news takes you out of happiness, where does happiness live? Maybe it’s time to look back for a bit, to find a space of happiness in a world of tragedy.

There is a joy that emerges when revisiting some of those incredible sites from childhood. Often we...

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