Friday, April 24, 2015

Daily Intention - Erase Negative Thinking

Part two in a ten part series - By Cindy Graham

Be vigilant; guard your mind against negative thoughts.” ~Buddha

There are thousands of quotes, books, articles and blogs about the tremendous power of positive thinking and the dangers of negative thinking. The entire medical community has proven that negative thinking is not good for anyone – it simply serves no purpose in life.

Do you think you know all there is to know about negative thinking? Might want to think again….

There are many types of negative thinking that come in various forms; worry, anxiety, stress, depression and fear. Negative thinking can span from generalized everyday worry, being critical and judgmental of others, self doubt, fear of the future, to distorted catastrophic thoughts. Here are some examples of negative thinking.

• Worry – One of the more common forms of negative thinking and one that can lead to long term damage. Occasional worry about a single event is perfectly normal. If the worry is targeted at something specific and has and end date, then it’s most likely harmless because the event will pass and the worry will be over.

• Judgmental and Critical Thoughts – Everyone is judgmental and critical. This is negative thinking – and you might not even know that you do this. When we judge or are critical of others, our minds are in a state of negative behavior. This is simply not healthy.

• Self-doubt – When you are critical of yourself or you doubt your abilities, you are making negative judgments that put your mind in a state of negative reflection. When this judgment is happening, your mind takes off and wanders into other areas that continue with further self doubt, which can lead to self-loathing, a terrible condition that can cause long term health problems.

• Anxiety – While more common today, anxiety is widespread in our society. Poor health, family concerns, traveling, money problems, work related issues and clinical fears can all be known as General Anxiety Disorder (GAD). This is often treated with drugs and many times leads to other more debilitating illness and disorders.

• Stress – A common form of negative thinking. Stress is related to both external and internal factors. External factors can include your job, your relationships with others, your home, and all the situations, challenges, difficulties and expectations you're confronted with on a daily basis. Internal factors determine your body's ability to respond to, and deal with, the external stress-inducing factors. Internal factors which influence your ability to handle stress include your nutritional status, overall health and fitness levels, emotional well-being, and the amount of sleep or rest you get.

• Depression – This is one of the most diagnosed illnesses. It’s my personal belief that depression is something that starts out as a controllable process – but if not treated early, the sufferer can move into a state of clinical depression which might be treated with prescription drugs.

• Fear of the Future; Dread of the Past – This kind of negative thinking is perhaps the most destructive. When people do not practice being in the present moment, they lose out on the joy we were meant to live in. We cannot change what has already happened, so dwelling on what has passed serves no purpose. Many times we have no control over what is going to happen in the future, yet we worry about what might or might not happen. The only space we should be in (at all times) is the now. Being in the present moment provides you with the ability to make the best choices for how you want to live your life.

• Distorted Catastrophic Thoughts – This negative thinking can dominate someone’s life to the point that they have no life at all. Distorted, negative thoughts take on a life of their own and can zap any hope of a joy-filled life. Anyone that suffers from this dangerous form of negative thinking lives in a “what if” world. The process is called “spiraling” and it is something that starts off as a small, insignificant negative thought. The sufferer then goes into a thought pattern of “what if” and that small insignificant negative thought manifests itself into a catastrophic event that causes the suffer to become paralyzed with fear.

When we allow our minds to be in any of these states for a prolonged period of time, we cause internal and external damage not only to our lives but the lives of our loved ones.

Our minds are so powerful - we can allow our thoughts to take control of our body and our mind and worry ourselves from a mild concern to a full frenzy in a matter of minutes. Why does this happen? It happens because we lose control of our thoughts and we ALLOW the negative thinking to get in front of us. When the negative thinking becomes a habit, a pattern develops and we lose the ability to control our thoughts. Many of us have unconsciously created a negative thinking habit.

There is a solution to identifying and erasing negative thinking – and you can train yourself to control, and get in front of negative thoughts. The challenge is remembering to perform continual “self-checks” throughout the day to examine what state your mind is in and then correct any negative thinking right away. You may need something to help you remember to perform a “self-check” and train your mind to accept only positive thinking!

Solution: the meaning to pause® bracelet. This bracelet gently and privately vibrates every 90 minutes with a friendly reminder to be mindful of your daily intention of erasing negative thinking and replacing those thoughts with powerful positive thinking! This simple and inexpensive bracelet holds the key to keeping you focused on your thoughts – all day long. This really works and I am speaking from experience! The bracelet was created to help me pause, examine my thinking and then erase any negative thoughts by replacing them with positive reinforcement. It solves the problem perfectly!

When we eliminate negative thinking, we can improve who we are and who we really want to be. When we are positive, uplifting people, we feel good about our own life and we are contributing to the well-being of everyone around us! Living with the daily intention of erasing negative thinking is good for you, good for your family, good for your community and good for our world!


Friday, April 17, 2015

Daily Intention – Yes, You Can!

Part one in a ten part series - By Cindy Graham
I wholeheartedly know and trust that we are not meant to go through each day aimlessly allowing life to happen to us without meaningful attachment to anything. Every day should be as important as the next. Every day is an opportunity to improve, to be kinder, to be less judgmental, to be more grateful, healthier, happier, more fulfilled and to continue growing into a better person.

I believe that we are to plan and create every day to be full of rich, meaningful, expressive, joy filled INTENTION. The only person that has control over your day is you. So why not design how you want to live your life every single day?

Sound difficult? This is actually very simple…and you can begin right now!

Let’s start with the definition of intention:
  1. a determination to act in a certain way
  2. what one INTENDS to do or bring about
  3. design or create

So if we use intention in the truest sense of the term, it is very clear – “intention” is something that we do. If you follow the simplest path to get started, you will find some quiet time; in a quiet place, where you can listen to your soul speak to you so that you can examine a few things about your life:
  • Who do you really want to be?
  • What do you want to do better?
  • Is there an empty feeling in some part of your life?
  • What distractions or obligations block you from feeling pure joy every day?

Once you’ve been able to identify these things, you become more aware of where you need to focus and then you can begin to live your life with intention! Ready?

Begin each morning with a 5 minute meditation on what your intention will be for that day. I don’t mean the deep, intense, sit down on the floor with legs crossed meditation – I mean 5 minutes of quiet time to get yourself in alignment with your mind and body….to commit to living the day YOU want to LIVE! Be sure not to take on too much….enter into this gently but deliberately. Take it for a test run. Pick something uncomplicated but something you know needs some work. Then, start your day!

The key to living with intention is to not let yourself get distracted because of your normal daily activities. We are humans and we are flawed. We can have the best intention – but can become easily distracted throughout the day and lose sight of our daily intention goals. When this happens, we tend to give up and throw in the towel. This only serves to push us closer to feeling as if we have no control over our own life…when in reality; the control over our own life is all we really have (so ironic). There is nothing that feels worse than not keeping a commitment to ourselves – it’s so discouraging. BUT – when we do keep our commitments to ourselves – it’s empowering – we feel strong, joy-filled, courageous, accomplished, proud and unstoppable!

Most people need something to keep them on track – so that they are mindful all day of their intention – so that distractions don’t derail them. They need something to help them remember; something that provides “check” points during the day so that they stay on track. Solution: the meaning to pause® bracelet. This bracelet gently and privately vibrates every 90 minutes with a friendly nudge to keep you on track and mindful of your daily intention. This simple and inexpensive bracelet holds the key to keeping you focused on your daily intention – all day long. This really works and I am speaking from experience! The bracelet was created to help me connect to meaningful moments in my busy, distracting day. It solves the problem perfectly!

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When we keep our commitments to ourselves we feel good about ourselves. When we feel good about our own life, we are actually contributing to the human race – by being in the game! Living with intention is participation in life at its best! Living with successful daily intention is good for you, good for your family, good for your community and wonderful for our world!


Tuesday, April 14, 2015


We all like to feel genuinely appreciated.  Just by saying, “Thank you,” can fill someone’s heart.  Saying ‘thank you’ can also be expressed to others by doing acts of purposeful kindness such as showing respect, giving credit, providing praise, offering encouragement, pardoning mistakes or errors, and offering a gesture of appreciation.

If you borrow it – return it.
If you make a mess – clean it.
It may be tempting not to be self responsible. 
When we do this, are we choosing laziness over being pro-active by avoiding things we don’t want to do?
Will you Pause today to show respect?

If someone else thought of it or did it – give credit where credit is due.
If someone else did a great job – give praise and recognition for their work.
It may be tempting not to be self confident and magnanimous. 
When we do this, are we choosing the laziness of thinking, as described by Buddha, (“I can’t do this or that,” “They’ll think less of me,” etc.), over being pro-active in our thinking?

Will you Pause today to give credit and praise?

If someone is struggling – give enough assistance to help but not too much to take away from their learning.
It may be tempting to not make another self sufficient and create dependency on us to constantly do what they should be doing for themselves. 
When we do this, are we choosing to create bondage and debt over being willing to let go of co-dependency and welcome independence and self sufficiency?

Will you Pause today to provide unconditional encouragement?

Who among us is perfect? 
It may be tempting to think we are always right or that our way is the best way or the only way. When we do this, are we choosing to let fear and ego dictate who we are, or, are we willing to let go of our fears and ego about ourselves and others?

Will you Pause today to pardon mistakes, errors, minor disagreements or pettiness?

Are you too busy to display awareness of another’s feelings or situation?
It may be tempting to rail road past someone else’s win or misfortune by not taking the time to give a token of thoughtfulness. 
When we do this, are we choosing pettiness or selfishness as rulers over our lives, or, are we willing to take a moment out of our schedule to show we care about someone else?

Will you Pause today to offer a gesture of appreciation?

I appreciate the diversity of people in my life
I am grateful for the many ways others affect my spiritual growth
Let me see the essence of Spirit in everyone I meet
May I grow in love for others no matter how they appear before me

Make each moment count toward appreciation of, and for, others.  We invite you to Pause today.

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Wednesday, April 1, 2015


No matter our religion or philosophy, as we commence prayer or meditation, we turn our heart and mind over to the prayer or meditation with focused intent.  And regardless if our dedication involves tangible offerings  or intangible ones, our dedication must be combined with applied action appropriate to our intent.  Otherwise, our dedication is empty.

To truly create a substantial prayer of dedication, the intent demands self responsibility.  We must make our best effort to make good on our dedication, to follow-up and follow-through according to our intent.  The prayer of dedication declares that we are willing to live in spiritual authenticity – to walk our walk and talk our talk in order to achieve our highest spiritual state. 

So the question to us is this:  are we willing to dedicate ourselves to the Divine unconditionally? Are we willing to completely turn our will over to the will of God as we understand God?

THE THIRD STEP PRAYER - page 63, Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous
God, I offer myself to Thee-
To build with me
and to do with me as Thou wilt.
Relieve me of the bondage of self,
that I may better do Thy will.
Take away my difficulties,
that victory over them may bear witness
to those I would help of Thy Power,
Thy Love, and Thy Way of life.
May I do Thy will always!

Are you ready be authentic in your spirituality?    

Will you Pause in complete dedication?

Make each moment count toward your spiritual dedication.  We invite you to Pause today.

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Wednesday, March 11, 2015


We are never alone and always in the presence of Spirit.  We can call on our connection with the Universe whenever we tap into it because our one-to-one relationship with Divine Intelligence is always available, anytime, anywhere, any place.  In fact, so welcoming and adaptable is our relationship with God, that being intimate with God through prayer or meditation can be experienced in solitude – even when we are in a crowd. 

Prayer and meditation are always available to us – so why wait to use them?  You’re worth taking the time to Pause and talk to God. 

Together and Always Connected
I know you are with me wherever I am. 
Wherever I am, you are. 
Wherever you are, I am.

Will you Pause today to connect to God?

Make each moment count toward connecting to your Higher Power.  We invite you to Pause today.

Wednesday, March 4, 2015


“Worship is a way of seeing the world in the light of God.” – Abraham Joshua Heschel

When we deliver a prayer of worship to honor God for who God is, our heart felt prayer can be complemented with adoration and praise.

27 The Lord is my light and my salvation;
    I will fear no one.
The Lord protects me from all danger;
    I will never be afraid.
2 When evil people attack me and try to kill me,
    they stumble and fall.
3 Even if a whole army surrounds me,
    I will not be afraid;
even if enemies attack me,
    I will still trust God.[b]
4 I have asked the Lord for one thing;
    one thing only do I want:
to live in the Lord's house all my life,
    to marvel there at his goodness,
    and to ask for his guidance.
5 In times of trouble he will shelter me;
    he will keep me safe in his Temple
    and make me secure on a high rock.
6 So I will triumph over my enemies around me.
    With shouts of joy I will offer sacrifices in his Temple;
    I will sing, I will praise the Lord.
7 Hear me, Lord, when I call to you!
    Be merciful and answer me!
8 When you said, “Come worship me,”
I answered, “I will come, Lord.”
9     Don't hide yourself from me!
Don't be angry with me;
    don't turn your servant away.
You have been my help;
    don't leave me, don't abandon me,
    O God, my savior.
10 My father and mother may abandon me,
    but the Lord will take care of me.
11 Teach me, Lord, what you want me to do,
    and lead me along a safe path,
    because I have many enemies.
12 Don't abandon me to my enemies,
    who attack me with lies and threats.
13 I know that I will live to see
    the Lord's goodness in this present life.
14 Trust in the Lord.
    Have faith, do not despair.
Trust in the Lord.

How do you express your devotion to God? 

“When I admire the wonders of a sunset or the beauty of the moon, my soul expands in the worship of the creator.” – Mahatma Gandhi

Will you Pause today to worship God?

Make each moment count toward expressing your appreciation and gratitude for God.  We invite you to Pause today.

Today’s Suggested Prayer and Meditation Tool: meaning to pause® bracelet:  Prayer Pause  (Our Prayer Pause is made with Mala beads.)

Friday, February 20, 2015


Today’s Daily Pause features Ernest Holmes


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Wednesday, February 18, 2015


The prayer of request is usually a prayer that we petition on behalf of ourselves.  Generally requests of this nature are such things as forgiveness, mercy, deliverance, salvation, etc. with the intent that God’s will be done and not our own.

John 5:14-15 ESV
And this is the confidence that we have toward him, that if we ask anything according to his will he hears us. And if we know that he hears us in whatever we ask, we know that we have the requests that we have asked of him.

What will you ask for?  

Will you Pause today to make a request?

Forgive my infractions no matter how slight, in word, thought and deed
Have mercy upon my soul and guide me through this day and into the night
Deliver me from darkness and fill my heart full of light
Let me shine love, gratitude and appreciation wherever there is need
And in all things, let me support your will and rejoice when it is done

Make each moment count toward your relationship with God.  We invite you to Pause today.

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Friday, February 13, 2015


Today’s Daily Pause features Ekhart Tolle

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Wednesday, February 11, 2015


Prayer in unity is spiritually powerful.  The prayer of agreement is a prayer that involves more than one person. 

Matthew 18:19 ESV
Again I say to you, if two of you agree on earth about anything they ask, it will be done for them by my Father in heaven.

When commencing the prayer of agreement with others, we are in a united spiritual agreement.  Spiritual agreement is not the same as having opinion agreement.  Opinions should not influence the intent of the agreement.  Opinions about God or what God should be doing or how to do it will weaken and ultimately destroy a prayer of agreement. 

Transparency is paramount to a powerful prayer of agreement.  Spiritual agreement asks us to be absolutely certain that each of us is on purpose and in alignment with the same intent.  A prayer of agreement cannot be against the will of another, (regardless if we are praying for someone not in our immediate presence).

When asking someone to pray with us, we must clearly explain what it is that we are asking of the other person.  And likewise, when someone asks us to pray in agreement with them, we need to inquire about the specifics of their request.

As we invoke the prayer of agreement, we can also invite Jesus to pray with us to strengthen the prayer.

Matthew 18:20 ESV
For where two or three are gathered in my name, there am I among them.

When we call a prayer of agreement in the name of Jesus, we are agreeing to be in harmony with Christ Consciousness – that is – we are agreeing with God.  The prayer of agreement must be on purpose with the intercession of Jesus who is in perfect alignment with God.  Thus, those who are praying together in agreement are agreeing to God’s will. 

Make each moment count toward unity with others and God. We invite you to Pause today.

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Friday, February 6, 2015

Sunday, February 1, 2015


How present are we in the now?  Where have we invested our energy?  What is our perspective?

No matter the day, it can be a combination of joy and discomfort depending upon our viewpoint and stance.  Sometimes, an overwhelming amount of difficulties crowd us and we lose our way.  When this happens to us, it is vital that we shift our focus away from discomfort  and refocus our energy on being thankful. 

When we live with the intent of being thankful, our thankfulness opens the door to happiness.   Once we open that door, maintaining happiness is a choice and can become stronger the more we tend to it.  To stay on point, we have immediate tools available to us at all times:  mindfulness, awareness and purpose. 

By utilizing the tools of mindful awareness and focused purpose, we can cultivate a daily practice of thankfulness.  The cost of practice is nothing.  The benefits are priceless.

Will you Pause today to be thankful?

Today I am thankful for being awake
Today I am thankful for having the opportunity to choose love over hate
Today I am thankful for having the opportunity to choose patience over abruptness
Today I am thankful for having the opportunity to choose compassion over contempt
Today I am thankful for having the opportunity to choose thankfulness over entitlement
Today I am thankful for having the opportunity to choose kindness over cruelty
Today I am thankful for having the opportunity to choose happiness over sadness
Today I am thankful for being awake

Make each moment count toward thankfulness.  We invite you to Pause today.

Today’s Suggested Prayer and Meditation Tool: meaning to pause® bracelet:  Grace and Gratitude 

Wednesday, January 28, 2015


Complete belief is the key to the prayer of faith.  This type of prayer is a prayer expressed in action – it is done in the moment and presented with the complete faith that what we receive is what we asked for. 

Mark 11:24 ESV
“Therefore I tell you, whatever you ask in prayer, believe that you have received it, and it will be yours.”

As soon as we create a prayer of faith, our intent prompts us to detach from the outcome of our prayer in the knowing that the prayer has already been answered.  We do not know when the results from our prayer will arrive nor how they will be presented here on earth. 

2 Corinthians 5:7 ESV
“… for we walk by faith, not by sight.”

The prayer of faith relies on our belief as our substance – not earthly evidence.  We know our prayer is immediately answered in the realm of Spirit.  It is our belief that calls forth the manifestation of our prayer from the spiritual world and into our world according to our faith. 

When we express a prayer of faith, the relationship between our intent and our belief is paramount because God will not violate our free will. God will deliver our prayer in accordance to our faith.  Thus, if our faith is lacking, God will not randomly override our belief.

Mark 9:23 ESV
And Jesus said to him, “ If you can’! All things are possible for one who believes.”

Is your intent in alignment with your belief?  
Will you Pause today to strengthen your faith in God?

Make each moment count toward your faith in God.  We invite you to Pause today.

Today’s Suggested Prayer and Meditation Tool: meaning to pause® bracelet: Serenity

Sunday, January 25, 2015


Every moment in our lives is a miracle we should enjoy instead of ignoring.

- Yoko Ono

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Friday, January 23, 2015

TED TALKS - Martha Beck

Today’s Daily Pause features Martha Beck

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Wednesday, January 21, 2015


The more aware we become of Spirit and our connection to the Universe, the stronger our desire becomes to connect and interact with God.  Prayer and meditation are wonderful ways for us to have a conversation with that which is greater than ourselves.  Luckily, there are many types of prayers and many ways to pray.  And whether the prayers are formal or informal, they often revolve around the following:

Prayers of Faith
Prayers of Agreement
Prayers of Request
Prayers of Thanksgiving
Prayers of Worship
Prayers of Dedication
Prayers of Intercession
Prayers of Affirmation
Prayers of Meditation
Prayers of Visioning

However we choose to pray, whenever and wherever, the more consistent we are with our prayers, the more open we become.  As our willingness to embrace goodness unfolds before us, the more our eyes, mind and heart embrace reverence, gratitude, appreciation and love.  As we strengthen our faith and bond with the Divine, the deeper we experience the richness of life – those places that exist below the surface and inevitably touch our soul.

Romans 12:12 ESV
Rejoice in hope, be patient in tribulation, be constant in prayer.

Will you Pause today to pray?

Prayer is non-exclusive and available to me.
The opportunity to pray is always accessible to me
and presents itself easily.
Everywhere I am, I can choose to pray –
I know it and I experience it.
Prayer invites me to its call
and expresses itself in me and through me.
I welcome prayer and prayer welcomes me.

Psalm 27:13 ESV
I believe that I shall look upon the goodness of the Lord in the land of the living!

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Sunday, January 18, 2015


Mike Dooley
Adventurers Club
Infinite Possibilities Course!

Mission statement, by Mike Dooley:

“We are a network of teachers, facilitators, coaches, friends, and mentors from every walk of life who lead/volunteer to provide a spiritual, non-religious, program on living deliberately, based on Infinite Possibilities: The Art of Living Your Dreams, to those who want to learn and apply such teachings.

TUT believes that everyone’s special, that every life is meaningful, and that we’re all here to learn that dreams really do come true. We also believe that “thoughts become things,” and that imagination is the gift that can bring love, health, abundance, and happiness into our lives.

... Everything is a gift.
- Mike Dooley
Will you embrace all the gifts waiting for you?

Friday, January 16, 2015


Today’s Daily Pause features HHH The Dalai Lama


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Wednesday, January 14, 2015


If you want to bring an end to long-standing conflict, you have to be prepared to compromise.

- Aung San Suu Kyi

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Sunday, January 11, 2015


Will we choose to reflect and consider making changes during the upcoming New Year?  Will we be willing to detach from comfort?  Do we want to be the same old us with a great new look?  Perhaps instead, we want something different.  Do we want to truly be a new us?  The choice is ours.

If we are not pleased with the way our life has been unfolding, it could be that we are not living our personal paradigm.  Any discomfort that we are feeling might be because we are living someone else’s belief system, hopes and dreams. 

If our lives are to shift toward our greatest good, we need to be open, honest and willing to examine our thoughts, behaviors and beliefs.  Are we willing to dig deep into our past to explore our subconscious minds?  Are we willing to make deeper spiritual commitments?  Are we ready to make leaps of faith?  What are we really willing to do?  Resolutions challenge us to consider all of these things.

Will you Pause today 
to reflect on your willingness
 to make changes 
toward your greatest good?

Letting go of attachment is filled by willingness.
Unlimited willingness is mine.
I welcome willingness.
More and more willingness comes to me each day.
Everything I do, I do willingly.
I feel willingness.
I experience willingness.
I express willingness.

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Friday, January 9, 2015

OPRAH WINFREY talks to Thich Nhat Hanh

Today’s Daily Pause features Thich Nhat Hanh

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Wednesday, January 7, 2015


In the end
these things matter most:
How well did you love?
How fully did you live?
How deeply did you let go?

― Gautama Buddha

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Sunday, January 4, 2015


Life is a rare gem, filled with moments of unfolding wonderment and beauty. We can enhance our life by having a better understanding of ourselves which can be achieved through prayer and meditation.  As we reach toward a stronger connection to God through prayer and meditation, we can obtain self contemplation, reflection, and observation.

Thought through prayer and meditation provides us the opportunity to listen and hear from God.

Pausing to listen and reflect on a better understanding of who we are through Spirit is a glorious benefit of prayer and meditation.  We can discover our purpose and direction by taking the time to pause in order to receive them.  If we are willing to listen and look, the Universe reveals a world of answers wrapped in unconditional love, prompting us to love ourselves in healthy and balanced ways. 

We are born out of God.  It is through prayer and meditation that we discover our unique being, beautiful and wondrous, as absolutely known by God.

Are you listening to God? What do you hear?

Jeremiah 29:11 ESV
For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, plans for welfare and not for evil, to give you a future and a hope.

Will you Pause to be still and listen?

Make each moment count toward listening to Divine Love.  We invite you to Pause today.

Friday, January 2, 2015

EVERY WORD HAS POWER - Dr. Yvonne Oswald, PhD.

Today’s Daily Pause features Yvonne Oswald -

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