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Will you be kicking yourself?

Will you be kicking yourself

Lately, I’ve been kicking myself a lot. I don’t normally recommend this, as it can be bad for self-esteem, but I’ve been doing it 100 times a day or more, for the past two months, and it feels surprisingly good.I lie on the bed on my back, put my legs up in the air at […]

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Dig deep, aim high: five steps to freedom

There are many layers to our existence, and the depth of our awareness determines the kind of life we lead. What we see on the surface—in the form of relationship issues, health challenges or money problems—may have very little to do with what’s really going on. If we dig deeper, we can tap into a whole new dimension of possibilities—in ourselves and in our world.

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Dear Francis: we need to talk…

You’re getting fantastic press from all your new fans on social media. But we can’t be Facebook friends, unless you make some radical changes—because it’s religions that undermine economies …and almost everything else we value. For centuries, the Church has preached penance, subservience and self-rejection, causing more carnage, abuse, dysfunction and despair than anything else in our […]

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Is helping others really helping?

I was once contacted by a woman who felt horribly trapped in her marriage: her husband had developed emphysema due to a lifetime of smoking cigarettes, and her own life had ground to a halt as she increasingly assumed a caretaking role. She was emotionally unable to break free as she had been taught to […]

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Maybe yes, maybe no, or maybe just maybe…?

Words are powerful, and none more so than YES and NO. Are you using them powerfully in your life? In your work, friendships and relationships, what are you saying YES and NO to? Do you say YES to honest self-expression, healthy boundaries and authentic interaction? Or do you say YES to more work, more care-taking, […]

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Righteously religious …or mightily misguided?

A young woman called Lola contacted me recently for help with a religious dilemma. She was a ‘non-practising Catholic’ and desperately wanted to marry her ex-boyfriend, who happened to be a Jew. They had broken up because of the religious mis-match and she wanted help in trying to win him back. Lola was willing to […]

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