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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

The Science of Powerful Intentions

It's time to set your resolutions for the year.

Happy 2014! As I write this article in anticipation of a joyful and prosperous new year, I am reminded of why this upcoming year will indeed be so wonderful. Intentions. Affirmations. Resolutions. It’s that time of year to take stock

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Posted in Gratitude, Life Hack

There’s fear, and then there is fear

Grizzly bear standing on hind legs

Have you ever feared for your life? I’m not talking about the thrill of driving through the game park and the lion jumps on top of your well-protected vehicle, or wondering if the roller coaster might derail as you loop

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Posted in Emotions

My Recovery

Bottle of Bach's Flower Remedy called "Impatiens"

This is Part III of my journey with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. Please read Part I – The River, and Part II, The Movie. * * * Life with PTSD was lonely. I was depressed, sleepless. My behaviour erratic, uncontrolled. I

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Posted in My Journey, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

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

The Movie

This is Part II of my Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder journey. Read Part I, The River. * * * We quickly packed up the kids from the river, and went back to my mom-in-laws home for dinner. That evening I thought

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Posted in My Journey, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

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