REFLECTIONS ON OUR CHILDREN’S OBSESSION WITH “FROZEN”

REFLECTIONS ON OUR CHILDREN’S OBSESSION WITH “FROZEN” Recently, I have been engaged in conversations about the movie Frozen and the anxiety some people feel over how kids have become obsessed with it. Our children are memorizing the songs and watching the film over and over. A friend of mine commented that groups of little girls […]

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Becoming a Luminous Woman® – An Interview with Chelsea Wakefield

Becoming a Luminous Woman®- An Interview with Chelsea Wakefield September 2013 Rowe: We’re really excited to present your “Luminous Woman Weekend,” offering women a chance to explore their inner selves. How did you become interested in the ways that a woman’s inner cast of characters can impede or foster her personal growth? Did you have your […]

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FAIRY TALES, CONSCIOUS RELATIONSHIPS AND THE LUMINOUS WOMAN

FAIRY TALES, CONSCIOUS RELATIONSHIPS AND THE LUMINOUS WOMAN By Chelsea Wakefield I rediscovered the magic of fairy tales when I began to read bedtime stories to my young son.  In revisiting these stories as an adult, I also began to realize the tremendous impact they had had on my life. The depth psychologist Carl Jung held […]

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Becoming Ourselves – by Kayla McClurg

Kayla McClurg Becoming Ourselves By Kayla McClurg on 01-19-2013 When I reflect on the life and witness of Martin Luther King, Jr., one thing that strikes me is obvious: he didn’t start out to be who he ended up being. He didn’t set out to be a visionary leader, intent on making an impact on the country and culture […]

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Luminous Woman Award: I have decided to launch a Luminous Woman award series this year.

I have decided to launch a Luminous Woman award series this year. Every month, I will feature someone I have encountered who is beautiful and bright and whose light is important in this world. The February Luminous Woman Award goes to Dr. Valerie V. Hunt   Valerie is a Professor Emeritus of Physiological Science at […]

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Who in you is making your New Year’s Resolution?

Who in you is making your New Year’s resolutions? By Astra Niedra   www.voicedialogue.com   When we set New Year’s resolutions (and goals generally) we think about all the things we would like to achieve or change in our lives. For example, if your body is no longer looking as trim as it was a decade ago, […]

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Movie Review- Hysteria….and a little Women’s Hystery for you!

Movie Review- Hysteria….and a little Women’s Hystery for you! As a sexologist, I have been urging women to pick up their petticoats and run to this recently released feature film that educates us in a most hysterical way about this little known piece of women’s “hystery.” It is the history of the invention of the vibrator, which […]

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MOTHER TERESA’S CREED

MOTHER TERESA’S CREED On Living Your Calling The words below were supposedly written on the wall of Mother Teresa’s home for children in Calcutta, India, and are widely attributed to her.  They seem to be based on a composition originally written by Kent Keith in 1969, but the second half has been re-written with a […]

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The Invitation

The Invitation Oriah Mountain Dreamer It doesn’t interest me what you do for a living I want to know what you ache for and if you dare to dream of meeting your heart’s longing. It doesn’t interest me how old you are I want to know if you will risk looking like a fool for […]

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Film Revue: “Who Does She Think She Is?”

WHO DOES SHE THINK SHE IS? Here is a documentary film recommendation for any woman who has wrestled with staying connected to her personal creative fire while trying to fulfill the roles and responsibilities of being a mother.  How we balance these two intense loves, both of which compete for our time and attention, is […]

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