Monthly Archives: June 2013


It’s not our job to condition our kids to beware of facing a harsh and cruel world, but our duty to raise them to inspire an improved world. —Jonathan Harnisch

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Choosing To Live Our Lives With A Renewed Sense of Purpose Continue reading

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Simplifying The Affirmational Discourse >> Feeling Emotionally Centered And Balanced  “I feel emotionally centered and balanced.” Jonathan Harnisch  

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Simplifying The Affirmational Discourse >> On Feelings of Self-Rejection, Etc. “I release any feelings of self-rejection.” Allow the following affirmations to wash over you again and again. I am open-hearted, kind and compassionate. My self-esteem is strong. I love and … Continue reading

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Simplifying The Affirmational Discourse >> On Self Love And Respect, Etc. “I love and accept myself completely.” Allow the following affirmations to wash over you again and again. I love and respect myself. My self-esteem is strong. I release any … Continue reading

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Releasing Negativity Hidden By Past Feelings We are all capable of clearing away and releasing any of our old feelings of self-rejection, low self-esteem, overindulgence, jealousy, and emotional instability, by relaxing our bodies, and releasing them, replacing them with love. … Continue reading

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Normal people simply & completely baffle me. What’s with all the body language, social cues, pettiness & the looking in the eyes when we speak from our mouths? I’m pretty sure “normal” people are equally baffled, but better at faking … Continue reading

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My Best Therapy Session Ever: In Brief Primeval latent core emotions volcano to the surface with centeredness, tears and elation made visible via 1-hr. therapy session: Priceless. My therapist encouraged me to talk about my thoughts and feelings and what’s … Continue reading

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Healing is the journey. The destination is yourself. The full recognition of all the different aspects of yourself—your joy, your sorrow, your pain, your pleasure—all lead you to the source of who you are. Only by having intimate contact with … Continue reading

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Stop hating yourself for all that you are not and start to love yourself for all that you are. Jonathan Harnisch

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