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Loss and Betrayal – Initiations of Changing Class

I talk a lot about the process of changing financial class and it’s always so edgy for people.  There’s a clear reason that class change doesn’t happen more often. It’s not because it’s difficult. Making more money is actually easier than making less. Making more money is everyone’s birthright. There’s no limitation on this.  So why isn’t everyone doing it? It speaks right to the heart of our sense of belonging.  When I was working […]

Breaking Free From Your Family Lineage

  “If you think you’re enlightened, go spend a week with your family.”— Ram Dass   Here’s the truth: once you reach the age of 18, you are no longer your mother’s daughter. You are no longer your father’s son. You are related, you are family. The contract of taking care is over – and everything else is a choice. If you’re visiting your family for the holidays – and let’s be honest, even if […]