Molly’s Blog

What Is the Present Moment?

What you learn from this video is: The present moment is not that easy to attain. There are certain requirements in order to be in the present moment  All of our healing and access to higher consciousness comes from there. The more you practice certain skills of...

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Every Breath You Take

Every breath I take has the potential for higher consciousness. I can use it as a practice, just like I use meditation, only a lot more often. There is a finer substance in the air that we all share and I can draw from that pool of finer substance if I am here,...

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Self Sabotage

We all know the phenomenon of self sabotage. It comes sneaking in when we least expect it.  It is definitely something we have no control over. We lack consciousness around it and we don’t know how to stop ourselves. My vlog this week addresses the intricacies of...

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We Are All Crazy

Forgive me right off the bat for saying we are all crazy but I really do explain what that really means in the video.  Hopefully by the time you watch it, you will understand just what is going on inside of all of us. It will explain a lot about how willpower is a...

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Why Reprogramming Doesn’t Work

I have seen many solutions for tending to limiting beliefs, negative emotion, self pity, guilt and the like, and reprogramming seems to be the most popular approach.  It’s a bandaid that does not address the root cause. I want to explain why reprogramming does not...

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A, B and C Influences

A, B and C Influences are ways of delineating different gradations of influences that reach us. Understanding this could make a huge difference in spiritual work and self transformation. Dharma must have vehicles through which it can channel. It is transmitted through...

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The Disease of Tomorrow

I believe in divine timing, but there is a lot more to it than accepting that things happen when they do for a reason. If we understand the disease of tomorrow, divine timing takes on a whole new meaning. When I get the download, I have learned to act immediately, but...

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How Thinkfulness is Not Mindfulness

Thinkfulness is not mindfulness and it gets mistaken for mindfulness all the time. Keeping our focus on what we are doing without our minds wandering to other thoughts is thinkfulness. I call that directed attention and from my 25 years of practicing and teaching...

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How Working Less Yields More

Happy New Year To You! My vlog this week celebrates some major 2016 wins.  Honestly, it was a record breaking year for me and i want to share a few secrets here.  I am a driven person...or used to be.  Now its all in power spurts in my own time as my own boss...

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Opening To Higher Influences

When I was first exposed to The Work over 20 years ago, I was intrigued by the idea of A, B, and C influences.  That is all I could be at that time... intrigued by ideas.  None of it meant what I have come to understand about it today. That is the nature of a living...

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The Elephant In The Room

Post election Day 2 The elephant in the room. We have all been reflecting on how this has happened.  It has happened just like it happens every time.  We elect someone into the highest office of the land.  It wasn’t rigged in the way Trump professed. It may be due to...

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Attention, Sensation, and Why It Matters

When I first came across the notion of attention and sensation, I thought I understood all there was to know about sensation.  Sensation to me meant being able to “feel” my arm or be aware of my beating heart when I was about to walk out on stage. I knew it as pain in...

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Work, Struggle, and Commitment

When you think about those three words, what feelings or associations come to you? I imagine not the most pleasant things. For you workaholics, it may sound like heaven. In a world where everyone is overworked, stressed, and experiencing time poverty, imagine trying...

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Boundaries With Family and Self

  I have been asked several times in the last week about what to do when you aren’t comfortable being around a family member and yet you don’t really want to cut off relations completely.  I want to address this question fully from the practical standpoint and I...

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The Plight of the Empath

The proverbial empath has the difficulty of distinguishing between the me and the not me on a regular basis.  Sometimes they are known as Highly Sensitive People or HSP’s but there is something more about the empath than simply being sensitive. Both must work hard to...

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