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Judgement, Non-judegment

What’s Right About You You’re Not Getting?

February 5, 2015 Access Consciousness

How often do you look at everything that’s right about you?  If you’re like most of us, that would be about infrequently to never!  Looking at what’s right about us is not something that we’re generally encouraged to look at or ask! It’s not odd to even hear things like: “I only criticize you so [...]

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What is right about this I am not getting?

February 3, 2015 Access Consciousness

When things seem to “go wrong” do you find yourself coming to conclusion that they are wrong?  That might sound like an odd question.  You come out to your car and your tire is flat.  You get sick right before your vacation.  The raise or new job opportunity or business doesn’t pan out the way [...]

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Can You Actually Fail?

January 28, 2015 Access Consciousness

What if you’ve never actually failed at anything?  Many of us judge ourselves as failures when something else is actually going on. We tend to go to the judgment of failure if we didn’t complete or achieve something according to the standards of someone or something based in this reality.  For example, if you drop [...]

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Being Perfect

January 26, 2015 ADD, ADHD, Autism, Dyslexia, OCD

Are you holding onto the belief that who you are and everything you do should be perfect? Is 99% not good enough for you?  Do you find yourself looking at the small bit you didn’t get done or do correctly instead of all that you did accomplish? Perfectionism is a trap; it actually prevents you [...]

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Gratitude Or Love?

June 3, 2014 Happiness

Have you ever “fallen in love”?  Have you ever just “known” that  THIS was the right person for you – your soul mate, your twin flame, the one you were destined to be with in bliss forever? Did you see them across a crowded room and approach them with the confidence that your dreams would [...]

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Traversing The Creative Ebb And Flow

April 30, 2014 Access Consciousness

By Kalpana Raghuraman This is an article about how I use the tools of Access Consciousness® in my work as choreographer: traveling over the world creating dance performances and using these potent tools to bring arts and consciousness together. I love traveling for my work. I get to meet all kinds of people, learn from [...]

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Being Present

April 10, 2014 ADD, ADHD, Autism, Dyslexia, OCD

By Simone Padur I was invited to work with these two phenomenal women – Diva Diaz and Anne Maxwell. Diva does classes on X: Men and uses the Access Consciousness Tools to create a different possibility with ADD, ADHD, Autism and OCD. Anne Maxwell who works with parents and kids using the Access Consciousness Tools [...]

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Ease with Bodies – Beyond Food & Exercise – Part 2

March 5, 2014 Access Consciousness

By Max Zoulek If you would like more ease with your body, there is one simple element that will make that a whole lot easier for you! Being kind to yourself. So, what is being kind to you and your body? Do you ever judge yourself or your body?  Do you make yourself wrong?  Do [...]

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Home for the Holidays – Day 6

December 15, 2013 Access Consciousness

What if you could create a holiday season of fun and delight rather than exhaustion and fight? 7 tools in 7 days to bring you home to the magic and greatness of you this holiday season! Day 6 The hustle and bustle of holiday shopping is all around. Stores filled with people looking for the [...]

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What could you create if you knew judgment was a lie?

November 4, 2013 Access Consciousness

“What does it take to step out and show up even in the face of judgment, in the face of people who would be much more comfortable if you were small, who would be much more comfortable if you were creating a life that didn’t challenge the beliefs that they have been raised with.” - Blossom [...]

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