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Daily Inspiration

What journey are you on - earthly or spiritual? Is your journey motivated by love, starting with yourself, or is your journey motivated by getting love and avoiding pain? Are you doing to define your being, or are you doing to express your being? Do you give to others but not to yourself - giving to get? Do you expect others or work or food or TV or alcohol or drugs to fill your emptiness instead of opening to Spirit to fill you with love and peace? Today, notice, without judgment, the journey you are on, moment by moment.

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"Wonderful learning experience by a joyful, loving teacher. Thanks for enlightening me in your special way, that brought what I've learned before in a clear and inviting way that I hope I will incorporate in my daily ritual." Toronto Workshop, April, 2000
Sharon Appleby-Mussman

Something inside me ‘clicked.’ I suddenly realized how to let the past go and love myself and others - unconditionally. Without anything changing in my external life situation, something huge internally shifted such that I spent the whole of Day 30 singing along to ‘Dancing Queen’.  6.14


Madison

The 6-Step process is such a wonderful tool to discover yourself, to develop spiritually, to deal with emotional reactions, and above all to become a better person. Highly recommended.
Heather Anderson

"At the workshop I learned a great deal about the process and how to apply it in every day life. My experience with Spirit has been a close connection in times of trauma but this weekend I was reminded how to deeply connect with Spirit in times of Joy! The very next day, after packing all my things, I took a big risk [Stephani is disabled and confined to a wheelchair] and moved to Utah. I was driving by myself in the car (for 14 hours) and I began thinking about the workshop and this new process. I felt empowered by the process eough to make this life change. It was a huge deal to me to commit to driving that long by myself, not knowing what wheelchair access nightmares I might encounter. My cellular phone gave a sense of security. I knew as I drove along, that if any problem arose I could just call for help. Soon after driving through Las Vegas, I noticed the PacBell icon had disappeared from the LCD on my phone. Curious, I tried calling someone. The phone was out of service. For the next couple of hours my insurance policy was gone! This is very scary for a woman traveling alone. It then occurred to me that I was not alone. I called on Spirit and my Guides to be with me in the car. We dialogued about all the fears that were triggered and about my feeling of helplessness in taking care of myself in an emergency. I made it safely to Utah, feeling a lot stronger and more self-assured that I could handle it. I am handling it and I don't have to handle it alone!"
Stephani Victor

"Was an experience that enlarged my knowledge about connecting with my inner child and Spiritual self." L.A. Workshop, 1/08 
Margarita Rivera Swank

"I'm taking home new critical pieces of my life pie. I was validated for what I've already healed and was given tools that are invaluable for continuing the ride! I leave energized yet peaceful. [Margaret is a] 10+ - totally passionate about life and her work which is a thrill to witness and to experience - it's catchy! Margaret is at the top of my list for skilled facilitation." Rowe, MA Workshop, April, 2000
Linda Sacha

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