Joy Unspeakable and Full of Glory


by Connie Iddings As I struggled alone with my grief I prayed that God would somehow help me find a way to get through this sorrow and to be able to find the strength I’d need for my four month old, granddaughter Kylie’s upcoming memorial. The thought instantly came to me, “Think on what you have…

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Workshop Coming Soon!


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Traveling with Grief


Written by, Sherilyn Talley Maui Resident The evolution of grief has us making our way down our road the best way we know how. Picking up what tools we can use, finding what will help us awaken to a new sense of aliveness within. When we come to feel our heart is ready for a new experience, a…

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It’s Not What Happens to You; It’s What You Do with It


by Paulette Rao, MCC I make choices every day as to how I’ll respond to things that happen to me. When things are not going the way I want, my default thinking tends to be either worry or avoidance of looking at ‘what is’. Both choices—yes, they are choices—rob me of an opportunity to grow. In “My…

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Joy Unspeakable and Full of Glory


by Connie Iddings As I struggled alone with my grief I prayed that God would somehow help me find a way to get through this sorrow and to be able to find the strength I’d need for my four month old, granddaughter Kylie’s upcoming memorial. The thought instantly came to me, “Think on what you have…

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Workshop Coming Soon!


Watch this space for our soon to be announced workshops!

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Traveling with Grief


Written by, Sherilyn Talley Maui Resident The evolution of grief has us making our way down our road the best way we know how. Picking up what tools we can use, finding what will help us awaken to a new sense of aliveness within. When we come to feel our heart is ready for a new experience, a…

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It’s Not What Happens to You; It’s What You Do with It


by Paulette Rao, MCC I make choices every day as to how I’ll respond to things that happen to me. When things are not going the way I want, my default thinking tends to be either worry or avoidance of looking at ‘what is’. Both choices—yes, they are choices—rob me of an opportunity to grow. In “My…

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