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Staying Centered When Fear or Chaos Strikes by Kimberly Weichel

At the heart of many spiritual practices is the concept of being “centered,” which means being balanced, in reality, mentally and emotionally stable, able to make decisions from your wisest self. By contrast, being un-centered or off-center means being run

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Just What Is “Spirit at Work” or “Faith at Work? What Could It Mean to You?

Some of the most powerful practitioners of spirit and work I know have simply brought their spirit to work without any discussion or fanfare. That was the reality of my grandmother, though I did not appreciate that fact until after

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Tao (the Way) not Dow (the Jones numbers) for Financial Serenity

Tao. Dow. Both are pronounced “dow,” but here the similarity ends. “Tao” means the way, path or guiding principle for working with faith, integrity and meaning in a mysterious universe. The concept of way, path or guiding principle is central

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Quick Spiritual Makeover for Dreadful Jobs (or Lack Thereof)

With spirit, you can make over any stressful task into one that’s less stressful and more likely to lead to satisfying results or yourself and others.

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Spirit + Money + Work = Recipe for True Abundance

Spirit and work are meant for each other. Whether spirit comes from the religion you share with family and friends or from your own wondering, spirit provides a guide to purpose and the motivation to follow it. Spirit’s the generator

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Service with Joy, not Martyrdom

“When you choose to serve — whether it’s your nation, your community or simply your neighborhood — you are connected to that fundamental American ideal that we want life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness not just for ourselves, but

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No More Money Martyrs!

I used to love the annual showing of the Christmas movie, “It’s a Wonderful Life.” In spite of the schmaltz, it’s got a lot going for it: great chemistry between Jimmy Stewart and Donna Reed as George and Mary Bailey;

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Disavowing Poverty

Disavowing Poverty Vows You may never have taken formal, witnessed poverty vows as my husband John did at the age of 19 while he was in a Roman Catholic religious order, but it’s highly likely that you’ve taken some vows

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Affirmative Prayer

Affirmative Prayer for Financial and Other Challenges Affirmative prayer is a powerful tool for reversing the effect of many bad attitudes and decisions about money. Unlike the “God, fix it for me” type of prayer, affirmative prayer combines a statement

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From Panic to Calm about Money and Work

How Can You Turn Panic and Fear Into Calm and Effective Money Response? The futility of panic as a financial strategy should be pretty obvious from the economic news since at least summer of 2008. Panic in the stock market

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