Glenn Frey, the Eagles and my bucket list January 24th, 2016 in Blog

The past two weeks have been pretty staggering as far as the number of people who are in the public eye who have passed away unexpectedly and before their time. – David Bowie, amazing musician and innovator, only 69 – Alan Rickman, incredible actor (most famous for playing Proffessor Snape in the Harry Potter movies)…

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A birthday, an anniversary and will you still need me? January 17th, 2016 in Blog

“Will you still need me, will you still feed me, when I’m 64?” The Beatles My birthday was this past Tuesday, January 12, and I am now 64. I can hardly believe it. When the Beatles came out with that song in 1967, I was 15 years old and being 64 felt like being soooooo…

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She was falling apart… January 3rd, 2016 in Blog

You can click below to watch a very sweet and powerful 5 minute video that Salina did after her Soul Adventure. I didn’t have any idea she was doing this, it brought me to tears when I saw it. In it she talks about that on January 15, 2015 (almost one year ago) she hit…

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3 reasons to NOT do resolutions and what to do instead December 27th, 2015 in Blog

Here’s the vital question: how can you be happier at the end of 2016? I stopped doing New Year’s resolutions 16 years ago. The day I decided to do that [or not do that], I felt such a huge relief. And believe it or not, that was one of the most amazing and productive years…

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The best Christmas present, bar none December 20th, 2015 in Blog

The best Christmas present you can give yourself and others? – presence. I want to invite you to give two extra presents to yourself this year. The gift of presence. The present of presence. It’s perfect. It’s free, it feels good and it doesn’t require wrapping paper. It just requires a little bit of time…

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Carly Simon and Unworthiness December 13th, 2015 in Blog

I think almost everyone has at least some level of unworthiness in them. At least, in all the years I’ve spent working with people, it seems to be true. It’s been amazing to me to find people in all walks of life, incredibly successful and accomplished, but who suffer from a sense of unworthiness. But…

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From separate hotel rooms to marriage saved December 6th, 2015 in Blog

I love it so much that we’ve had so many couples that we’ve helped through Sedona Soul Adventures. We’ve had so many couples come here on the brink of divorce (or breaking up if they’re not married) and it’s so amazing what happens. But a few weeks ago I was afraid it wasn’t going to…

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What knocks you off your game? November 29th, 2015 in Blog

We were watching a basketball game last week and at one point the announcer said “he’s really on his game”. And it was so true — he was jumping, he was scoring, he was rebounding, it was a joy to see. And, of course, it wasn’t just the physical aspects of all this. There was…

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An active, life changing way to be grateful November 22nd, 2015 in Blog

I’m continuing my annual Thanksgiving tradition by inviting you, cajoling you and, if need be, begging you to start doing a Gratitude Journal each day. If people like Oprah Winfrey do this, don’t you think it might be a good idea for you to consider it? The idea is simple. Every day when you wake…

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3 tips on how to not gain weight this Thanksgiving November 15th, 2015 in Blog

I love Thanksgiving, especially because I love to eat. It’s the one holiday that just completely revolves around food! Many of you know that I struggled with my weight my entire life. I was a ballet dancer starting at age 3, I remember my body being criticized at age 8 and I was put on…

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