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I call all of my power back to me now. I am whole and complete. (Say it with me now.)

I was moving out of a house recently and told a friend I was going to smudge the place. (You know, “smudge" — you burn some sage and clean the energy out. Stay with me, this is going to get more logical for some of you. Actually…it will probably get weirder.)

Here’s what to do when you’re feeling small. Reframe your power.

What I love the most is truth, and if I'm going to be of service — and I'm devoted to being of service, then I have to tell you: I feel so small today. I see the pain. I see the joy. I see the beauty. I feel the global scope of what's happening, and... I feel really, really... small...

No makes way for Yes

Imagine being excited by EVERYTHING that you’re up to. Imagine looking at your day planner and thinking, “My life is so obviously great. OBVIOUSLY.” Imagine feeling incredibly free and empowered. You want that, right? Then here’s the password to all that spaciousness and power. One word: No.

the grand pep talk: decide to rise (refer to this when in doubt, or sick & tired.)

I'm all for mental health days. And gentleness. And I think the world should take the month of December off. And for the love of God, a 4 day work week would revolutionize the collective human spirit and thusly, healthcare. But this pep talk isn't about taking it easy, this is about another form of self care: doing whatever it takes...

You have the power to give blessings… just like any sainted, worshipped, sexy, powerful deity.

Be the one who blesses. Generously. Everywhere. Don't wait to be pronounced a saint, or ordained and rarified. (You have to die for that to happen anyway.)

Break the law, bag the contract, ignore your lawyer, be yourself

For even the most assured and self-referencing person, legalities and money matters are major character testers. I've made my most heart breaking mistakes -- and my greatest personal strides in these departments. I've caved to advice that didn't match my conscience, and I've crusaded for love when it seemed foolish to be so ... trusting… so generous… so transparent.

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