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Fortune cookie paper with the words "Efforts and courage are not enough without purpose and direction."

Spinning Your Wheels or Going Places?

Last week,  I broke open my fortune cookie and found this: Efforts and courage are not enough without purpose and direction. The next day, this unusual SoulCollage® card put itself together.  As the man in the card explained…  “Something propelled me to this place.  I’m going to be somewhere else later.  And for now I’m…

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Through Time

Were you there?  Six years ago on April 13 in 2013, we unveiled the Creative Life Center with an open house at St. Ambrose Episcopal Church. This year on April 13, the Center’s Westminster space was home to a vibrant group using SoulCollage® and also therapist Mary Foster and her clients.  Something clicked and I…

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Photo of a group of different hearts made from paper, wood, and stone. The wooden heart is painted with the words "Listen to your heart."

Where do you go for answers?

Twenty years ago I was good friends with three other mothers of young children.  One of the beautiful things about that friendship was that we didn’t tell each other what to do.  We listened and encouraged each other to hear our own inner voices and find our own answers. What we do at the Creative…

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A Happy New Year hat and two party blowers on top of a wooden Chartres finger labyrinth.

Want to go farther?

Step into 2017 with excitement and feeling good about your self instead of with judgement and self criticism.  You’ll go farther! The start of a new year is a special time to ponder where you are heading.  Our society often encourages making resolutions and setting goals .  But they are frustrating and just don’t work for many…

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Exit Summer; Enter Fall

Here in Colorado we are in that in-between time.  I’m not ready to say goodbye to summer but this week I wore jeans for the first time in months.  A few leaves are starting to turn, and I’ve seen large pumpkins in the neighbors garden. So I guess it’s time to start getting ready for…

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