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Destroy Fear and Connect with Life

by Patricia

Chattin’ in Manhattan internet radio interview with Patricia Clason on expressing emotions, shifting out of fear, melting anxiety and more! A fun and informative dialogue. Go ahead, take the leap – destroy your fear, listen and connect with life!    

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Is that so? Breathe and Celebrate

by Patricia

IS THAT SO?  – an old Zen story A beautiful girl in the village was pregnant. Her angry parents demanded to know who was the father. At first resistant to confess, the anxious and embarrassed girl finally pointed to Hakuin, the Zen master whom everyone previously revered for living such a pure life. When the […]

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Stop, Look and Listen – Holiday Mindfulness

by Patricia

As a child, I was taught to Stop, Look and Listen before crossing the street. This has been a valuable tool all these years, now a deep neural pathway when walking and when driving that has kept me alive. This same simple process can help you find peace during the holidays. Surprised? It can help […]

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Lighten Up Your Holidays!

by Patricia

Lightening up your holidays doesn’t mean adding more lights to your Christmas tree. It means easing the stress load that holidays seem to bring with them – reminders of holidays past, those we loved who aren’t with us anymore, and fears of holidays present, those people we wish we didn’t have to deal with again […]

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Tune Up in 2010

by Jay

Great News! We will be holding three Days of Fine Tuning in 2010: February 27 May 22 October 9 Last July we held this single-day course for a full course of 10 students. It was a fantastic day, yielding the following testimonial: The Day of Fine Tuning provide me with a supportive team with whom […]

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Day of Fine Tuning a Great Success!

by Jay

A Day of Fine Tuning was held Saturday at the Center. Read about the main theme from the day, and how that theme is universal for us as humans when we do our work.

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