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Sue on top of the mountain, loving life after a very steep hike.

Everyone needs a Sue in their lives. While I’ve known Sue socially for a couple of years, it’s been in the last six months that I’ve been blessed to spend some serious quality time with her. We’ve been hiking in the

Posted in Belief System, Gratitude

By Grace and By Work

“Why can’t I read the alethiometer anymore?” asked Lyra. “You read it by grace,” said the angel Xaphania, “and you can regain it by work.” “How long will that take?” “A lifetime, but your reading will be even better then.

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Posted in Belief System, My Journey

Triple Action

Lets start with a quick exercise. Grab a piece of paper and a pen, or open the notes ap on your phone. Go ahead, I’ll wait. Write down everyone you love. Got everyone? Your spouse or partner? Your kids? Mom

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Posted in Belief System, Emotions

A biker breaking wind

Tour of Alberta elite cyclists.

The Tour of Alberta went past my house last Sunday. It’s an inaugural cycling race through the gorgeous Alberta countryside featuring the top international cyclists. Think Tour de France level competitors. Seeing these amazing athletes streak past reminded me of

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Posted in Belief System

Norm

Rosilyn Kinnersley, BodyTalk Practitioner and Instructor, Australia

Today’s post is brought to you by a fellow BodyTalker in Australia, Rosilyn Kinnersley. In this heart-felt story about an elderly family member named Norm, Rosilyn explains BodyTalk in a way we can all relate to it. * * * Norm

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Posted in BodyTalk Explained

Performance Sessions

Preparing for an interview? Having an operation? Studying for that crucial exam? Having a baby? Preparing for the big race? These are all moments you need to perform at your very best. You want to control your stress levels to stay

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Posted in BodyTalk Explained

Mount Rundle vs BodyTalk

Mount Rundle summit.

If you’ve ever visited, or even seen pictures of the historic town of Banff in Canada’s Rocky Mountains, then you’ve seen Mount Rundle. It’s big. It’s a long hike followed by a ‘one step up, two steps sliding backwards’ scramble

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Posted in BodyTalk Explained