Category Archive: Living the River

11 Practices for a Better Life

From Purpose Fairy “Transformation isn’t a Google download.” – Lisa Nichols Most of us want to improve our lives—laugh more, stress less, follow our bliss—but the *how* of transformation can feel overwhelming. Here… Continue reading

10 Years From Now

Karen Salmansohn

The Stresses in Life

A psychologist walked around a room while teaching stress management to an audience. As she raised a glass of water, everyone expected they’d be asked the “half empty or half full” question. Instead,… Continue reading

Never Fear Rejection

“Rejection is merely re-direction.  All the no’s are leading up to the big ‘Yes’” * Velinda Rejection is the number one fear humans have.  But the truth is that rejection holds us back… Continue reading

My Idea of the Best of Success

This is a repeat of a posting from 2012.  I frequently receive emails asking about success.  The magic of success has nothing to do with money…remember that.  Once you give to making the… Continue reading

12 Spiritual Thoughts from Dr. Wayne Dyer

Have a mind open to everything and attached to nothing.   Don’t die with your music still in you.  This is your compassion and purpose.   You can’t give away what you don’t… Continue reading

The #1 Contributor To Happiness

Karen Salmansohn,  Guess what’s been reported to be the number one contributor to happiness? Money? No. Good looks? Nope. Popularity? Still nope. A hot sex life? Guess again! According to a report… Continue reading

Will You Sing in the Shower

From:  Second It has taken me 40 years to discover FLOW. To understand the beauty of living with ease. The magnificence of singing in the shower. The divinity in walking a little… Continue reading

10 Lessons from Albert Einstein

1. Follow Your Curiosity “I have no special talent. I am only passionately curious.” 2. Perseverance is Priceless “It’s not that I’m so smart; it’s just that I stay with problems longer.” 3.… Continue reading

The Gate

Have you ever heard of Satori?  Do you know about “The Gate”? I first learned about Satori and the Gateless Gate from one of Dr. Wayne Dyer’s books.  Satori is the Buddhist term… Continue reading

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