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The Power of Deciding

I often remind fellow creators how powerful it is when we make a no-nonsense no-more-foolin-around decision to have what we want. There’s just something magic about deciding. And the Love & Magic Coach Cindie Chavez shared a story recently that spoke exactly to that magic. Here’s Cindie: For the past couple of years I have […]

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  • March 11, 2016

When You Don’t Know What To Do

Sooner or later we get in one of those spots where we don’t know what to do … wondering which project takes priority vacillating about whether to see the doctor or not not sure whether to book the vacation or save the money second guessing about whether to break up or give it another go. […]

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  • August 14, 2013

Doesn’t Matter What You Do

Sometimes we get caught up in trying to decide what to do, analyzing which option is best. Quit this job or stay put? Stay in this relationship or get out? Go ahead with this medical procedure or wait for another solution? Spend this money now or save it for later? It can be maddening when […]

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  • May 17, 2013

Manifester's Path to Perfect Solutions

It’s close, but not quite? ┬áCan’t decide whether to stay or go? I’ve written before about how to handle indecision, but here’s another piece of law of attraction advice on the subject. When you don’t know whether to say yes or take a pass, think about what benefit(s) you’re wanting from this experience or decision, […]

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  • January 6, 2012

Solution for Indecision

Should I stay or should I go? That was my theme song for much of my Libra-ruled life. But Abraham offers a permanent solution to indecisiveness which you may find helpful, too, on the next occasion you can’t decide which way to go. Because get this – it turns out that it doesn’t matter what […]

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  • November 19, 2011

Deliberate Creators Do It With Alignment

Today I had an exceptionally delicious lunch at my favorite Mexican restaurant. I wondered about it, and the only reason I can figure it was so good was that I ate refried beans without judgment. ┬áNormally I order black beans, but today’s dish came with refried. I used to think refried beans were worth skipping. […]

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  • October 21, 2011