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Embrace Your Child’s Heart

The midlife transformation that begins in earnest at fifty, and that many of us have already spent a decade or more navigating, is a turning point for many. The dark, confusing period of time, during which everything around us is shifting,  is so disconcerting that it drives us every day, with much earnestness, to examine […]

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The Holiday Blues

The holiday season is winding down. If you’ve made it this far and haven’t had a bout of the blues, you’re doing great! Pat yourself on the back and keep whistling a happy tune. Your positive energy will surely spill over on someone who could use it! For many, however, the holidays bring up all […]

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We Have the Key

  “So often time it happens, we all live our life in chains, and we never even know we have the key.” The Eagles, Already Gone  (Quote taken from Aging Abundantly’s A Little Book of Hope)   Sometimes it takes a major crisis in our lives to wake us up. Often it just takes turning […]

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Rediscovering Your Gifts

We each carry within us a treasure. Living deep inside, it is a quiet place where we can go to find our untarnished heart and a soul that is still pure. We once knew this place, our place where there is peace and understanding, wisdom and strength, though it may have slipped from our memory. […]

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What Does Abundance Mean to You?

What signifies abundance is unique for each individual. It depends on circumstances, frame of mind, our history, our openness to receiving and so much more.  This was brought home to me last week when I participated in a guided imagery session. It was a very interesting meditation! As we relaxed and breathed deeply, we were […]

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The Best Part about Turning Sixty

The best part about turning sixty is that I’m no longer fifty-nine and dreading the day. I feel liberated!  Now I’m young again! After all I’m just sixty!  I’m good to go for another nine years, well, maybe seven or eight at which time I will probably start the “oh, my God, I’m almost how […]

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