Teaching our kids that external change doesn’t need to change their values, who they are in their heart, their character goals, and the ability to love and be loved are the tools they need. 

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Joanne Moore
Avoiding workshop woes!

Have you taken workshops, trainings, webinars and seminars that have great information and yet a month later you find yourself back exactly where you started from? The event had wonderful information, you had insights, aha’s and even some tears, and today you are thinking it feels just the same … again. 

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Cost of comfort

Financial struggle, unfulfilling relationship, a home we don't like, a career that drains us.  Is this really a comfort zone? 

Our monkey brain's job is to keep us safe,

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Joanne Moore
The top 5 benefits of working with a group online

I am not alone

When we are moving through our lives in all the complexities, upsets and anxiety we often feel alone and lost. It doesn’t seem possible that someone else could feel this lost, or out of answers. When we work with groups we share our lives, and while they seldom sound exactly the same they often parallel each other and bring to light the sameness in each of our paths. We no longer feel alone, inadequate or misunderstood.

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Name your Dragon, working with our fears.

When we have a fear stuck in our head we think of it as us. This fear is really a past decision repeating itself to keep us safe, but we think it is real. 

When I work with people and fears the first thing to understand is how the fear was born. It is not important to remember the very first incident where it started, but to have an idea on how it came to be. 

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5 Myths about Intuition

I am here today to set the record straight on some of the most common and frequently said myths about intuition.  This is from my personal experience, for that is all I can speak to with any authority. 

 

#1 Intuition is a special gift and not everyone can do it

Well, it is my belief that we are all intuitive, every single one of us. We are born with the ability just like sight, feel and taste. At some point in our childhood we were told that we didn’t know what we were talking about, or that our insights didn’t fit in with what was expected, and so to conform to others expectations and get our own needs met we gave up listening to our inner guidance.

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