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The Surprising Perks of Pain

Author: Rena M. Reese

Pain is a gift and is often essential to our personal evolution. Without it we may travel conflict4largely through life unconscious.

Those who are interested in an evolution of the self understand that oftentimes pain is essential to waking us up and living life more fully.  Pain invites us to ask really important questions and to spiritually grow up. Pain invites us to evaluate what we believe to be true, important, and hard.  Pain invites us to check our boundaries, our wounds and to change something.  These situations have us mute the outside world for a bit, so that we can go inward and wake up to a reality that goes beyond our physical world.  This is a truer reality than anything you can access with your five senses.

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Risk Taking to Expand Your Opportunities

Author: Paul Wolf

Advice on expanding your comfort zone. Take small risks daily so you can easily handle the big risks in life. Smart risks are for anyone who wants more out of life.

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Intuition and Energy from Song

Author: Pat Sullivan

If you're like 80 to 90 percent of the adult population, someone once helped you decide that you can't sing. What nonsense!

Whether you sing on key, your body, mind and spirit all benefit from singing. Singing naturally deepens the breath. It helps you get in touch with your intuitive side and moves energy through the body.

Jazz singer Cecilia Ottinger credits singing with helping her to overcome shyness. "Now the more I sing, the better I feel," she says.
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Nose to the Grindstone—Are You Spending Your Time Wisely?

Author: Sandra Ford Walston, The Courage Expert

THERE’S ONLY ONE ENEMY hovering silently in your life. What’s that, you ask? Time! Watch people.time and stress management tips They’re totally overwhelmed trying to control their work and personal schedules. Trapped in the domination of Enemy Number One, you can see them sulking and hear them huffing: “I’m sooooo busy! I have too much to do, and no time to do it!”

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Don't Rush the Suffering and Grief

Author: Paul Wolf

We hate to suffer. But sometimes misery is the best medicine for growth.grieving and mourning a loss

Motivational DVDs

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Want to live a purposful life? Need more balance in your life for friends and family? Success comes in many forms, defined by you.  Stephen Covey, author of The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, explains how to integrate the 7 habits into your life in this motivational DVD. 

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