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Burning to Bitch

I have a cold sore. It’s my down time between summer and fall. I should NOT be stressed. Why do I have this blazing burning blister, front and center, on my lower lip? Cool It, Girlie! Venting to my mom, I was on quite a rant! Unbeknownst to me, my “techie” parents placed me on …

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Everybody is safe…but…

Manning a vending table at a conference on a Friday night, I received the following text, “Everybody is safe, but the van has a problem,” followed by “It apparently rear ended a car full of teenagers. The radiator is leaking and it has a few bruises.” Thirdly, “We need to take it to the shop.” …

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Reflections of Educational Kinesiology

Unconditional Love, Assimilation, Harmony, Bonding, Reflection, Contentment, Worth, Letting Go, Gentle Spirit, Inner Direction, Transformation, Choice Making…These are some of the concepts in the Edu-K In Depth course called Seven Dimensions of Intelligence. As we close out 2014, these words hold a lot of wisdom and relevance. Many of us LOVE this work unconditionally. We assimilate …

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Emotional Wipe Out

Emotions can really wipe a person out.  🙂 😥 👿 😯 Last week was an emotional high as I spent the week in California productively and joyfully working for Brain Gym® International. I returned home and within 48 hours my friend’s dog, whom I had seen in California, died and then a student at the school …

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Hook ’em with Storytelling

“‘All learning is remembering. A good teacher causes students to remember what they already know’ ~Neale Donald Walsh    Thanks for being a great teacher. You draw it right out of us,” was an email from a student. WOW! What a testimony. I do my best to help my audience feel connected to the learning …

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Correlation vs Causation

Have you ever wanted to understand another’s viewpoint only to keep getting stuck in your own? There was one concept I just could not wholly and deeply comprehend. The more it pertobated in my being, the more stuck and confused I felt. It took an emotional response during an Edu-K course for me to finally …

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