Conscious Relationships

Embrace the journey of conscious relationships as we navigate the depths of our subconscious beliefs and perceptions. Join us in exploring how past experiences and hidden patterns influence our approach to love and intimacy. Through introspection and self-discovery, we uncover the beliefs that shape our relationships and empower ourselves to create deeper connections with others.…

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How to Deal with Grief

Grief is a deeply human experience that often arises from the profound emotional attachments we form with people, pets, or circumstances in our lives. It can manifest in various ways, whether through the loss of a loved one, the end of a significant relationship, a major life change, or even external events that impact our…

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2021: Setting Intentions for THIS or Something Better

Setting Intentions Essence of Being Burge Smith Lyons

2020 proved to be a challenging year, and as we move into 2021, some of us may have expectations that are pretty low. You might be thinking that it can be a mediocre kind of year and still surpass what we’ve just come out of. Or, you might have high anticipations for the next twelve…

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Two Things Blocking you from Reaching Goals

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How do you feel after reaching goals? When you set intentional visions for reaching your goals, you can see them as if they’ve already happened. You can imagine yourself at the end of your career, or when your children are grown…looking back on what you’ve accomplished. You can feel the satisfaction that comes with achieving…

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Love and Grief: How do we Deal with It?

love and grief at the grave

Why is it so difficult to lose someone you love? To death, divorce, break-up or other circumstance? Why does love and grief have to be so traumatic? It’s true: when you lose someone or something you love, the sadness and loneliness can be intense. You might feel like you will never be the same, or…

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Are you Calm in Chaos? A Quiz


Being calm in chaos: it’s something you may have witnessed from emergency responders, surgeons or traders on Wall Street. Maybe you admire their level-headedness. Maybe you’ve even thought Wow, I’d never be able to do that job. And when any one of us thinks that way, we underestimate our own daily need to stay calm…

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Responsibility Isn’t a Bad Word – Part 3

In this article, I am going to talk about how your responses or reactions affect you when you are attached to a certain way things should be, or a person, time or amount. Have you ever heard someone say, “I’m so attached to him,” or “We’re attached at the hip.”? What does that mean? It…

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Changing Your Pattern Exercise In the last article, I gave you some concepts of what responsibility really is and what happens when we go into “below the line” behavior and the possibilities of staying “above the line.” Below, I am going to give you an exercise to work on changing your pattern to stay in…

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Responsibility isn’t a bad word! – Part 1

Responsibility isn’t a bad word, nor is it a dirty word. It really has to do with owning your life and having the freedom to change. Some people think responsibility is taking care of things for the people you feel responsible for and it can feel really heavy. I don’t want to feel responsible for…

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Responsibility Is Not A Bad Word! How To Let Go Of Attachment!!

Listen to our podcast on RESPONSIBILITY IS NOT A BAD WORD! HOW TO LET GO OF ATTACHMENT!! You may be thinking that you already have this topic covered, but trust me you won’t want to miss this Free Power Hour. The small amount of time you invest in this will save you a TON of…

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