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Q&A with Gary Zukav about his new Book, Spiritual Partnership

Today we are delighted to welcome New York Times best selling author, Gary Zukav, to our blog. Gary is the author of Spiritual Partnership: The Journey to Authentic Power. His book, filled with poignant examples and practical guidance, empowers us to explore our emotions, intentions, choices and intuition, and to use them to create profound spiritual growth. Now see for yourself: Nourishing Relationships:Please tell us about spiritual partnerships. Gary Zukav: I am very happy to be a part of your blog and your extended family, and I am very happy … Continue reading

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Mother’s Day: A Difficult Mom and Forgiveness

With Mother’s Day right around the corner, make sure you get some of what you need. And that could include the gift of forgiveness. But first: Be clear about what you’re willing to do. Perhaps your mother is older and still has unreasonable expectations of you but doesn’t value what you do for her. What you get in return may be criticism, arguments or tantrums. Try your best to stick to your rules by writing a list of what you will tolerate. And don’t assume that you have to do … Continue reading

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Mother’s Day: A Difficult Mom and How to Care for You

This Mother’s Day, why not take care of you? And instead of trying to please a mom for whom it’s never enough, pull yourself up to where you belong. Get some help by signing the email list to the left of this post – then download our complimentary ebook and get started!Feel empowered as you practice greater self love. Make a list of all that you have achieved without the support of parental encouragement and assistance. Realize that these assets belong to you alone. If you’ve spent a lifetime trying … Continue reading

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