The Paradox of Peace

September 21 is being celebrated as the International Day of Peace. Since I attended a meeting of NGO’s to discuss how to bring awareness of IDP to the world at the UN last May, I have been spending serious moments considering peace. Here is the short video I made to acknowledge the day. The vocalist […]

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Sweet Sleep

Ideally, one-third of our lives, 8 hours out of every 24, are spent sleeping. Insomnia, the inability to fall asleep or stay asleep is a huge challenge for many of us. This post is all about getting sweet sleep. Sleep is not just physically restorative, it is spiritually restorative. Sleep is the time the body […]

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A Thoughtful 4th of July

LIBERTY, INDEPENDENCE AND FREEDOMoriginally published in Foursquare Conversations Newsletterwritten by Lynn Jericho and Bethene LeMahieuJuly, 2004 Note: I really love the ideas Bethene and I discovered in our conversations on Liberty, Independence and Freedom over four years ago. I hope you find them worth living and celebrating. Our conversation was inspired by the election year […]

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St. John’s Tide – Loving the Other

Dear Friends, On June 24th, the birth of John the Baptist is celebrated. It is called St. John’s Tide and is celebrated with bonfires all over the world. I seek to share with you an understanding of the personal meaning and personal application of the gesture of John the Baptist. John’s life is given great […]

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The 3 R’s of Your Soul – Receiving

If we have found some empowering clarity around refusing and feel comfortable saying “NO” to what we don’t want, it is time to plunge into the mysteries of receiving. Receiving is a two pronged action: to be presented with something and to accept what is presented. The first prong is passive and the other active. […]

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The 3 R’s of Your Soul

In working with my clients over the last 20 years I am always delighted (light up) when I recognize a simple way of expressing and understanding a difficulty or a problem. The simplicity means it is easier to grasp and transform the problem.Just the other day, a client’s challenge with setting boundaries and meeting her […]

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