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What your Shadow Knows

As we’ve tried to implement the law of attraction and attract and manifest all of our dreams, we’ve run into some road blocks that have forced us to question ourselves. Many are advising that we look to the shadow—or the unconscious—to tell us how we are sabotaging ourselves. But the shadow holds far more within it than the darkness about which we typically hear. In fact, for most of us, the shadow also holds within it, the deepest essence of our truest nature. It is this nature toward which the law of attraction is actually driving us. Tune into this show to learn how the law of attraction really works in your life.

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Acceptance is not the White Flag

You know we spend the first half of our adjustment to any circumstance trying to figure out why it happened just the way it did. Even the good circumstances. We try to make them mean something. All too often, our interpretations of the events in our lives turn out to mean that we are not good enough yet for the good stuff. Just so, our dualistic thinking keeps us bargaining with our realities in ways that stifle our growth. But every single growth experience we have ever had, from taking our first step to growing through the dark nights of the soul, mean that we started somewhere and ended up somewhere else. If we really grew, our identity changed with each curve in the road. We became different than who we were before. So, what do we do when things don’t turn out the way we hoped? That’s what this show is all about. Don’t wave that white flag yet. Tune in, instead.

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Pave it Forward

The news these days is filled with the doom and gloom of the current economy. And while we are beginning to see just how we paved the road to that downturn by our lack of attention, now it may be time to pave a new road. And with us this week, international speaker, owner of Canadian wellness success story RnR Wellness, and author of the new book Paving it Forward, Elisabeth Fayt may be able to help us begin that process. She believes that people can change the road they are on through a process she calls pre-paving. Through her seminars, workshops, retreats, speaking engagements and new bestselling book, Paving it Forward, Elisabeth Fayt teaches others how to use their thoughts and intentions to pre-pave a new road to the best possible day and life. She believes that given the whirlwind of negativity regarding our current economy, it is more important than ever to pay close attention to the road we are paving. Don’t miss this show!

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What your Shadow Knows

As we’ve tried to implement the law of attraction and attract and manifest all of our dreams, we’ve run into some road blocks that have forced us to question ourselves. Many are advising that we look to the shadow—or the unconscious—to tell us how we are sabotaging ourselves. But the shadow holds far more within it than the darkness about which we typically hear. In fact, for most of us, the shadow also holds within it, the deepest essence of our truest nature. It is this nature toward which the law of attraction is actually driving us. Tune into this show to learn how the law of attraction really works in your life.

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Acceptance is not the White Flag

You know we spend the first half of our adjustment to any circumstance trying to figure out why it happened just the way it did. Even the good circumstances. We try to make them mean something. All too often, our interpretations of the events in our lives turn out to mean that we are not good enough yet for the good stuff. Just so, our dualistic thinking keeps us bargaining with our realities in ways that stifle our growth. But every single growth experience we have ever had, from taking our first step to growing through the dark nights of the soul, mean that we started somewhere and ended up somewhere else. If we really grew, our identity changed with each curve in the road. We became different than who we were before. So, what do we do when things don’t turn out the way we hoped? That’s what this show is all about. Don’t wave that white flag yet. Tune in, instead.

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Pave it Forward

The news these days is filled with the doom and gloom of the current economy. And while we are beginning to see just how we paved the road to that downturn by our lack of attention, now it may be time to pave a new road. And with us this week, international speaker, owner of Canadian wellness success story RnR Wellness, and author of the new book Paving it Forward, Elisabeth Fayt may be able to help us begin that process. She believes that people can change the road they are on through a process she calls pre-paving. Through her seminars, workshops, retreats, speaking engagements and new bestselling book, Paving it Forward, Elisabeth Fayt teaches others how to use their thoughts and intentions to pre-pave a new road to the best possible day and life. She believes that given the whirlwind of negativity regarding our current economy, it is more important than ever to pay close attention to the road we are paving. Don’t miss this show!

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What your Shadow Knows

As we’ve tried to implement the law of attraction and attract and manifest all of our dreams, we’ve run into some road blocks that have forced us to question ourselves. Many are advising that we look to the shadow—or the unconscious—to tell us how we are sabotaging ourselves. But the shadow holds far more within it than the darkness about which we typically hear. In fact, for most of us, the shadow also holds within it, the deepest essence of our truest nature. It is this nature toward which the law of attraction is actually driving us. Tune into this show to learn how the law of attraction really works in your life.

Posted on

Acceptance is not the White Flag

You know we spend the first half of our adjustment to any circumstance trying to figure out why it happened just the way it did. Even the good circumstances. We try to make them mean something. All too often, our interpretations of the events in our lives turn out to mean that we are not good enough yet for the good stuff. Just so, our dualistic thinking keeps us bargaining with our realities in ways that stifle our growth. But every single growth experience we have ever had, from taking our first step to growing through the dark nights of the soul, mean that we started somewhere and ended up somewhere else. If we really grew, our identity changed with each curve in the road. We became different than who we were before. So, what do we do when things don’t turn out the way we hoped? That’s what this show is all about. Don’t wave that white flag yet. Tune in, instead.

Posted on

Pave it Forward

The news these days is filled with the doom and gloom of the current economy. And while we are beginning to see just how we paved the road to that downturn by our lack of attention, now it may be time to pave a new road. And with us this week, international speaker, owner of Canadian wellness success story RnR Wellness, and author of the new book Paving it Forward, Elisabeth Fayt may be able to help us begin that process. She believes that people can change the road they are on through a process she calls pre-paving. Through her seminars, workshops, retreats, speaking engagements and new bestselling book, Paving it Forward, Elisabeth Fayt teaches others how to use their thoughts and intentions to pre-pave a new road to the best possible day and life. She believes that given the whirlwind of negativity regarding our current economy, it is more important than ever to pay close attention to the road we are paving. Don’t miss this show!

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Second Chances

Joan Anderson is a journalist and the bestselling author of A Year by the Sea, An Unfinished Marriage, A Walk on the Beach, and A Weekend to Change Your Life. She lives with her husband in Cape Cod, Massachusetts, and conducts weekend workshops for women around the country. And she made the decision to do just that, and only that, as a part of a second-chance return to the Self disclosed in her latest book, The Second Journey: The Road Back to Yourself. What she has to teach us is that even after finding the Self we can get off track, out of balance and that by taking that second journey we can find our way back. Through her poignant rendition of her own journey she becomes a personal mentor to all of her readers. Not only that, but her workshops for women facilitate the feminine energy of going within to go without, and finding the balance between the internal and external essential to authentic living. Don’t miss this moving show about your own journey.