Posts tagged with: pause for choice

Grief and Rebirth Podcast Features Lane Michel     Lane Michel has learned to follow his heart, intuition, and curiosity to find and live his signature purpose.  Over the more than 3 decades of his career, Lane has amassed experience...
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We all want to be heard, understood and supported. Sometimes, the best healing medicine you can give someone is being fully present and listening with an open heart. It’s a gift that too few of us give or receive. And...
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Love is an action. We spend much of our time trying to “figure out” love, wanting what we don’t have yet. It is our deeds that show our love, more than any words or thoughts. It is the action of...
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The Art of Self-Love is both powerful and confounding in the same moment, as we’re taught it’s alright to love yourself, just not too much. In fact, the dictionary defines self-love to be an act of egotism. Nothing could be...
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  Using #PAUSEforChoice to create heart intelligent experiences at the moment it counts most.   Every day, all day, we make choices. Some are routine or mundane like what to wear or what route to drive to work.  Some choices...
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Is there ANY day that passes without a crisis? Our life today feels out of control. Emotions such as anger and frustration can take anyone over in an instant. Unresolved emotions feed nearly all conflict. Stepping out of truth undermines...
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The ability to imagine our most profound life changes does not reside within the confines of our mind. There is an old Greek saying that the man is the head of the house, but the wife is the neck that...
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PAUSE. That little button on your video player turns out to be like the most powerful tool you have at your disposal. You can change your life for the better in an instant with a PAUSE. The simple act of pushing...
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Take a second. Take a breath. Take a knee. For God’s sake, take a PAUSE. Then choose how to respond to whatever conflict is in front of you. Pause for Choice.  Pause to be smart.  Pause to make a better...
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Life’s most embarrassing, guilty or shameful moments have one thing in common: reactions regretted. Instead of intelligently and consciously responding to any situation, we find ourselves down the path of all too familiar reactions that have consequences all their own....
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