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Authenticity and the Law of Attraction

Andrea Mathews August 29, 2012

Is it possible to be authentic while simultaneously utilizing the law of attraction as we’ve come to understand it? I don’t think so. For that law of attraction tells us we must consistently think so-called “positive” thoughts SO THAT we can attract our dreams—dreams of wealth, free time and romance. […]

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Finding your Voice

Andrea Mathews August 22, 2012

What does your voice sound like to you? What do you hear when you speak, or are you even listening? There is so much hype out there right now about “being you,” but most of us think that that means wearing the kind of clothes you like to wear and […]

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Authentic Relationships

Andrea Mathews August 15, 2012

Relationships are the singular most powerful, potent and potentially life changing experiences we can have—and not just those primary relationships such as spouses or partners. All of our relationships have the power to offer us potent information, and the potential to change our lives. In fact, we have a relationship […]

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Becoming your Best Self

Andrea Mathews August 8, 2012

Who is your best self? What does it mean to have a best self? How do we find and begin to live from that self? Today, we are going to be talking to Sara Wiseman—for her third time on the show—about this concept of becoming a “best self.” Spiritual teacher […]

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Grace

Andrea Mathews August 1, 2012

The Sanskrit word for it is shaktipata, and it means “bestowing the energy” or “lighting the lamp.” In Buddhism, we learn from the Udâna of “an unborn, an unbecome, an unmade, an uncompounded” which provides us an escape from all that is “born, become, made and compounded.” From there we […]