2 Workshops for Women

May 23, 2014

JUNE 28, 2014 “Love Your Money, Honey”

In my work as a Conflict Coach and Family Mediator, I find that money can be the biggest source of conflict in relationships, and how we deal with money personally taps quickly into our stories about how life should work.

As a Spiritual Coach and Advisor, Janet’s experience shows that money is one place where spirituality and life seem to be at odds. I want more, for example, but I don’t want to be selfish and greedy. How do we align these from a place of power and grace? How do we shift our thinking so we know there is always more?
We hope to help you untangle this seemingly large mess once and for all!
SEPTEMBER 12-14, 2014   “Making the Shift: Abundant Awareness in Everyday Life”

During this weekend workshop you will transform your way of being in the world. Through group work and individual reflection you will broaden your understanding of abundance, shifting to a wholehearted embrace of the good that is.

“When we make feeling good a priority, everything changes—our individual lives change, how we make and spend money changes, how we teach and learn changes, and how we love changes.” (Danielle LaPorte)

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Improv Your Life

I recently read that Improv only works if you say yes to everything. Denying or ignoring what others are saying or doing kills the scene. Staying present to what is, one line at a time is the key to great improv. I love this way of thinking … especially in terms of relationships. Almost all […]

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Money and Love All In One Sentence

Kate Northrup’s book, Money: A Love Story: Untangle Your Financial Woes and Create the Life You Really Want, is a game changer for me. Thought you might enjoy it as well. If anyone is interested in joining me in this work, let me know. I love a recovery party!

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Do I Trust Or Not?

When I depend on certain people behaving in certain ways, I get myself in trouble… every time! The trouble? I give away my power and my joy. Period. Amen. Do I trust? Or do I step in and start outlining the game plan? 

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Being A Part Of The Solution

Dear Friends, Anita Moorjani’s book, Dying to Be Me: My Journey from Cancer, to Near Death, to True Healing, is inspiring and thought provoking, and I am excited that now Anita is posting some short videos to answer some of the questions she receives. Her message is so very uplifting and important! Enjoy and if you are […]

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A Wall Of Love

I read where Mizzou students, former football players, and faculty created a wall around the stadium to counter the planned protest by the Westboro Church, and it got me thinking. What would happen if we created a wall of love around Congress and sent them beams of love and kindness while they were in session?. […]

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“Shadow Comforts”

“Shadow comforts can take any form. It’s not what you do; it’s why you do it that makes the difference. You can eat a piece of chocolate as a holy wafer of sweetness—a real comfort—or you can cram an entire chocolate bar into your mouth without even tasting it in a frantic attempt to soothe […]

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“Having Had A Spiritual Awakening…”

I recently heard Wayne Dyer talking about a quantum shift, and as I listened to him describe the huge shift in how we prioritize our values, I realized he was describing what Al-Anon and AA call “a spiritual awakening.”  Addiction is a family disease, and everyone in the family is impacted. Hidden underneath the alcohol or […]

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The Boundary Starts Here!

Boundary- Something that indicates a border or limit. Autonomy- independence, freedom; self-governing This past weekend I was confronted with a boundary buster. As a stepmother, I am in a unique position to have responsibility for someone else’s children on a regular basis. We all work really well together, most of the time, but as the […]

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