I apprenticed with don Miguel Ruiz many years ago. I repeatedly heard him say, “There are 10,000,000 ways to express your love.” There was something about this statement that echoed through me and yet I didn’t immediately explore what it actually meant in my daily life. Then one morning while on a journey in Teotihuacan, Mexico, with don Miguel, I heard him repeat the words, “There are 10,000,000 ways to express your love.” This time, rather than simply echoing through my mind, the words took up residence. As I walked the grounds and climbed the pyramids of this sacred Aztec… Read more.
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Susyn Reeve has 35 years experience as an Organization Development Consultant, Executive Coach and Leadership Development Facilitator. She is the co-creator of Self-Esteem-Experts.com and a best-selling author. Her books include, The Wholehearted Life: Big Changes and Greater Happiness Week by Week and The Inspired Life: Unleashing Your Mind’s Capacity for Joy.
As a teen, Susyn wrote in her journal, 'What would the world be like if everyone loved themselves?' This question continues to inform both her personal & professional life. Currently her work focuses on Crafting Your 3rd Act - a call to Elders to acknowledge, value and offer the wisdom of life experience in service of a more loving world.
For more information, please visit SusynReeve.com.
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What I think is a mountain today, is a molehill tomorrow. – Gail Lynne Goodwin In 1991 – 1992 I attended Jean Houston’s Mystery School. I clearly remember an exercise we did one morning. Through a guided visualization process she asked us to focus our attention on a problem, challenge, difficulty we were currently experiencing in our lives. As the process continued she instructed us to view the problem as though it has occurred 1 year ago, 5 years ago, 10 years ago, 100 years ago. Not only did my mountain turn into a molehill – from the vantage point… Read more.
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