Author Archives: Colin

Gliding on Angels Wings

Gliding on Angel’s Wings As those of you who follow me on Facebook know, I took a flight in a glider on my 73rd birthday on September 30th. It was my first flight in one. It was a wonderful experience. … Continue reading

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Don’t You Love ‘em? Your Parents, I Mean!

Don’t You Love ‘em? Your Parents, I Mean! To forgive people using the Tipping Method (Radical Forgiveness) is actually to come to a place of appreciation for who they really are. It is coming to see them as the divine … Continue reading

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Do you attach strings to the gifts you give?

Do you attach strings to the gifts you give? “Oh, how nice – just what I wanted. Thank you so much.” [Oh heck! How awful! What am I going to do with this thing now? It will have to be … Continue reading

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The Joy (and Pain) of the Family Reunion

Can the Pain of the Family Reunion be Turned to Joy? It’s Fall already. November is upon us. The leaves are turning all sorts of gorgeous colors as they and much of the natural world begins to turn inward and … Continue reading

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Kids causing you grief?

Kids causing you grief? In the last blog, I mentioned that we often have a need to forgive our own kids. I would like to say more about this. When we decide to have children, we expect it to be … Continue reading

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Who’s on your Radical Forgiveness bucket list?

Who’s on your Radical Forgiveness bucket list? Lack of forgiveness is known to be very bad for your health. It is not so well acknowledged that it is also very bad for your death. I don’t wish to be morbid, … Continue reading

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Shift happens. Experience it today.

Shift happens. Experience it today. Shift Happens. You know that one. You also know that if you remove the “f” in shift that’s how it is most often experienced, at least at first. The big shift that we are hoping … Continue reading

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We Feel Their Grief

We Feel Their Grief If you read my last blog on transforming the energy of world events, you’ll recall that much of our reaction comes from the emotions the particular event brings up for us. I think the one emotion … Continue reading

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Shock and Awe – Again!

Shock and Awe – Again! Much as President Obama has tried to keep us out of overseas wars, he, like everyone else, has been sucked in, yet again, to the idea that violence is the answer. ISIS must be eradicated. … Continue reading

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Is it over? If so, what’s next?

Is it over? If so, what’s next? The process of expanding into love, as we’ve been covering it for the past several weeks, does not always mean that the relationship continues. Some couples will find, after one or both of … Continue reading

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