The Mind Loops Blog – Nov 2020 Except for eating a 2nd slice pumpkin pie, Thanksgiving can occur EVERY day. As always, it’s only a matter of where we put our focus. Last week I got in a funk. Particularly about Covid, and the fact we made the decision to cancel our 30-year tradition(!) of … More Every Day Can Be Thanksgiving
The Mind Loops Blog – Sept 2020 – This is the first in the “What If “series The words, “What if…?” are two of the most anxiety-producing words in the English language. We yank out these two simple words whenever we start worrying about something. Where does it lead us? Down the horrendous pit of … More WHAT IF… Your Life Actually DOES Matter?
The Paris Attacks – What You CAN Do Nov, 2015 – It’s been a week since we all watched the heartbreaking footage of the terrorist attacks in Paris. Like you, I was deeply affected. I kept asking myself, “This world is falling to pieces! What can I do to help?!” It’s easy to feel overwhelmed by the sheer vastness … More The Paris Attacks – What You CAN Do
Lack and Need: Why the Law of Attraction Sometimes Doesn’t Work “I want what I have!”… Uh… What? June 2015 – I’ve been in the midst of moving! Even though it was just from apartment to another apartment, the job was big; and even though I LOVE my new home more than I can express, … More Why the Law of Attraction Sometimes Doesn’t Work
What You Deserve May 2015 — You haven’t heard from me in some time because life has been rather intense for the past few weeks. I won’t go into all the particulars, but let’s just say it has taken me a bit to feel like the ground beneath me is stable again. It has also … More Want To Know What You Deserve?
Five years ago, I had a near-death-experience. During the intense hours between life and death, I experienced a ‘life review’ and learned a lot about myself. I was shown little movies from my life that illustrated how “Mind Loops” (repetitive, negative thinking) were causing the majority of my problems. It was this sudden realization about my … More 3 Transformative Things I Learned From My Near-Death-Experience