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Swimming Lessons

realized exercise would be a lot more fun if I choose activities I love doing. I thought about all the things I love doing that will help maintain a healthy body. I remember all the fun I had at my neighborhood pool during the humid summers of my youth. I remember taking a few swimming […]

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Giraffe / Jirafe

Spectacularly Perfect Events

I love the coincidences of the universe. These coincidences may seem random and unconnected but eventually if one puts the pieces together great insight and support can be found in these coincidences. The coincidences I am talking about are the times when we say, “Isn’t that weird?” or “What are the chances?” or “Wasn’t it […]

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Vengeance or Forgiveness?

Imagine driving. Imagine an object hitting your car. Imagine an accident. Imagine your assailant driving away, abandoning you in your pain. Imagine almost losing your life due to a teenager’s prank. Imagine this happening to you, a loved one, or your child.  How would you feel when you met them in court? Would you ask […]

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Opening Our Eyes

I Will Not Refuse

I watched a wonderful film the other day, Opening Our Eyes: Global Stories about the Power of One.  The movie shows individuals all across the world and close to home who are making a difference.  Whether they are opening orphanages and schools in Nepal, providing clean water in Peru, or helping the teen homeless population […]

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That's me, Melissa Heisler

From Type-A to Type-ME

I was born invisible.  Not in that cool superhero kind of way, but in the hiding of my true self way.  It doesn’t matter why I was invisible because I have met many clients who have also mastered being invisible and the why is always different.  Perhaps through loss they detached from others and life […]

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Brand Me

Brand Me

Instead of using the standard textbook business procedure for branding, I really dug deep to uncover brand me. This time would be different. This time I would take the risk to expose my true self without fear of rejection. For I had learned for everyone who rejects me, there are many others who find my […]

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Michelangelo, Atlas (Prisoner)

Prisoners in Stone

I saw the angel in the marble and carved until I set him free. – Michelangelo Michelangelo’s Prisoners in Stone represent our true selves stuck and stifled and trapped. By chipping away what is not us, we can be released into a joy-filled, authentic, purposeful life. Read more at: Its My Life

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The Politics of Personal Power

“The biggest way people give up power is by not knowing we have it to start with.”  Alice Walker said that and Jill Stein, Green Party presidential candidate, quoted her last night at the conclusion of the invisible presidential debate.  This was the debate between the four independent party presidential candidates.  The candidates the Democratic […]

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