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Guardian Word of the Week: Wish

Most definitions of the word, “Wish” say that it has to do with desiring something that’s unobtainable, or unlikely to occur.

 

But in reality, life can be surprising!

 

Have you experienced things that were “unlikely to happen” in your own life? I know I...

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Guardian Word of the Week: Fun

I recently read an article about how some of the most successful business leaders consider their work to be fun. It inspired me to really focus on building more fun into my life.

What do you think of when you read the word fun?

Fun

Fun

Fun

Fun

Fun

Fun

Fun

Fun

Fun

Fun 

If you connected to the...

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Yes, Thank You!

 

Before we talk about our Word of the Week, I want to let you know about an awesome podcast I did recently with my new friend Hannah Wallace. Hannah is the host of the Finding Grace Podcast, and we recently spoke about:   

 

  • How you can connect to your personal Guardian...
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Guardian Words of the Week: The Next Level

Do you believe that life is meant to get better and better as time goes on?

Take a moment to think about it. If you don't think your life is meant to evolving and expanding, what do you believe?

It's easy to fall into patterns of struggle, “just getting by,” or trying to...

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Guardian Word of the Week: Doorway

I am so drawn to images of gateways (for obvious reasons!) but I'm also drawn to pictures of bridges and doorways.

 

They hold the common theme of being thresholds, places where we move from one place—or one state of consciousness—to the next.

 

And that word next is...

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Guardian Word of the Week: Reset

This week marks the one-year anniversary of our weekly Guardian Words!

I want to thank you for tuning into the supportive energy of these words with me, and I also want to give a warm welcome to newcomers to our Guardian Gateway community.

To celebrate this milestone, starting this week we...

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Guardian Word of the Week: Shed

This week our Guardian Word is Shed: the act of releasing what you’ve outgrown (the way a snake sheds its skin). 

A snake skin is shed because it doesn’t fit anymore, but unlike our snake friends, we tend to want to hold on to thoughts, beliefs, behaviors, and relationships...

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Guardian Words of the Week: I Can

One of my favorite things in my office is a tray that says, “She believed she could so she did.”

I’ve placed it standing up on a shelf so I can benefit from its message every day.

When I look at it, I’m reminded of the things I’m so happy to have accomplished. And...

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Guardian Word of the Week: Simplify

Is there a part of your life that could benefit from Simplicity?

 

Say the word with me now, and see if an area of your life pops into your mind:

Simplify

Simplify

Simplify

Simplify

Simplify

Simplify

Simplify

Simplify

Simplify

Simplify

 

When I first did this, a part of my life did come...

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Guardian Word of the Week: Focus

It’s easy to feel scattered as we deal with everything we have to do in a day. But we always have the power to choose our own focus.

 

Take a deep breath, let it out, and say the word “Focus” ten times, counting on your fingers each time:

Focus

Focus

Focus

Focus

Focus

Focus...

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Guardian Word of the Week: Release

 

Lately I’ve been really uplifted by the idea of release.

I love the feeling I get when I shift into a mindset of releasing the physical possessions that aren’t bringing true value to my life, and it’s a mindset that can be applied to every area of our lives.

Repeat it...

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Guardian Word of the Week: Health

Each one of us has our own relationship with Health.

 

Tune in now and get a conscious sense of your own relationship with Health:

Health

Health

Health

Health

Health

Health

Health

Health

Health

Health

 

Do different issues or parts of your body come up?

 

Imagine an energy field of...

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