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September 3, 2015

Would You Let a Mouse Stay in Your House, even if it were CUTE?

Author: JenniferMaster1

White mouse in basketHow do you feel about keeping a mouse in your house? Would you think that was a bad idea? How would you try to rid a mouse from your house? Well, you do keep mice in your house. We all do. Read this story to understand what I’m talking about and learn a powerful healing tool!

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March 10, 2014

Release Emotions to Release Back Pain

Author: JenniferMaster1

My lower right back was extremely uncomfortable as I watched a movie with my family on Saturday night. I thought my back pain could have been from sitting in a meeting 2 hours the night before and then sitting for over 5 hours at a workshop the next day, and that time, the chair was hard and uncomfortable. I was frustrated to be in pain because I had just received my monthly muscle therapy massage the day before.backpain

I went to bed and slept quite well until about 4:30 am when I awoke with my back pain saying, “Bad morning to you!” Fortunately, I remembered an article by a doctor Read more

March 17, 2012

Spring Cleaning

Author: JenniferMaster1

Ah, springtime! In my neck of the woods, that means warmer weather, more sunshine and spring flowers. The earth presents an environment of hope and beauty unlike winter days which can be long, cloudy and depressing.
The earth prepares for new magnificent growth. Are you preparing for magnificent growth as well?
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October 3, 2011

Choosing Peace

Author: JenniferMaster1

CHOOSING PEACE by Elisabeth Fayt

When you worry about your finances, you choose stress.
When instead, you trust and Pre-Pave: “My needs are met now and always”, you choose PEACE.

When you complain about your life, Read more

September 18, 2011

Is it a Weakness to Cry?

Author: JenniferMaster1

My daughter, who is a single mom, was having a garage sale in preparation to move across the country. I offered to keep her 4-year-old boy with me. While we were eating lunch, I couldn’t keep back the tears because I felt so sad that he would be moving thousands of miles away. I had developed quite the attachment with him, not only because he lived nearby, but because he was in my daycare three to four days a week and often stayed with me and my husband on weekends when his mother worked.

Is crying a sign of weakness? Are we better off just being tough and not getting so emotional about situations? Read more