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Eliminate Worry with Real Solutions

May 15, 2017
Worry Less

While I am not a huge fan of astrology, there are a number of Aries’ traits that I definitely have and some of these were even more obvious when I was younger. I could be very passionate about whatever issue I thought was important, quick to anger, and eager for action. When I saw something that I thought was wrong, it would eat away at me and I could therefore spend a great deal of time worrying. Lessons from Faith In my late teens, I went through a religious phase. I was brought up a Sikh and when I was ...

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Mastering the Good Luck Paradigm Plus Special Introductory Offer

May 03, 2017
Good Luck

Why are some people just ‘plain downright lucky’ whereas others seem to spend all of their time in a quagmire of misfortune? And, even more importantly, is it possible to create good luck? The Many Faces of Luck There was a time in my life that good luck was simply a matter of chance, but then my life experience showed me something different. I remember being with a friend/colleague when we were asked to purchase tickets for a lottery. The lottery was a fund-raiser for a cause I believed in, so I dutifully purchased my tickets with zero expectation of ...

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Customizing Your Meditation Experience

Apr 12, 2017

The first time I thought about meditation seriously was when Eldon took me to Zion National Park not long after we first met. As we were exiting the park Eldon found a place where we could pull over, and a very short walk later we found a private spot that could have been miles away from civilization—so quiet and incredibly beautiful. Eldon asked me if I knew how to meditate and I said of course—I mean, I knew that meditation was about quieting the mind and relaxing so how difficult could it be? So while Eldon lay down to meditate, ...

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The Many Faces of Prosperity Creation

Apr 05, 2017

Recently I have felt like, regardless of which direction I look in or who I am speaking with, the number one issue that never fails to come up is that of prosperity . . . or rather the lack of it! People continue to work harder and harder for less and less and it feels like an impossible treadmill to get off of. It certainly is very easy to fall into the trap of thinking that working harder is the only way out, but I would like to suggest that working smarter will give you much better results. But what ...

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Tend Your Dreams!

Mar 29, 2017
Tend Your Dreams

I recently read a research article that demonstrated greater weight loss when people weighed themselves everyday. While this seems obvious to me, apparently it goes against ‘conventional wisdom.’ It seems that previously, the standard recommendation had been to just weigh yourself once a week as this would stop you fretting about the minor (and normal) ups and downs in between. Minor Changes As you know, Eldon and I have two sons—one graduated from the University of Washington last summer and the other will be going there this fall. We tend to think that it is girls who get overly concerned ...

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Unexpected Benefits of Becoming Fit and Healthy plus Spring Cleaning Means Deep Discounts

Mar 22, 2017
The Joy of Exercise

Well it looks like winter is beginning to lose it’s grip and I couldn’t be more relieved. This has been one of the coldest, snowiest winters in Spokane in a very long time, which means the roads and walkways have been icy for about the last 4 months. With conditions as slick as that, it has been impossible to really enjoy the outdoors and get some exercise—and being cooped up so long has really made me feel lethargic. So much for all the indoor projects I thought I would tackle! Renewed Energy Last week though, Eldon and I went for ...

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