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Pediatric Coach Magic and Hypnotherapy Workshops in June

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We are excited for the return of two workshops designed to build skills for inspiring children to make positive changes using coaching and hypnotherapy. Join two experienced children’s coaches with decades of combined experience in playful day long sessions at Apositiva. See the details below and contact Cat Wilson to reserve your spot. Pediatric Skills of Hypnotherapy Dates: June 29 & 30, 2019 Times: Saturday […]

Spring Cleaning

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By Cat Wilson A clean thought stream brings clarity. That stream is a part of a bigger ecosystem in our life that fills the spaces we inhabit and move through. Life is a combination of mind, body, and spirit, and all three are in relation with the places we spend our time. If we hope to grow, we can start by being conscious of the […]

It’s time to prosper

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We all know that feeling—the one that says we’re missing something important from our life. In our busy, noisy modern world, it’s all too easy to neglect a part of what we need to be whole. Some aspect of our health, wealth, and happiness becomes a “maybe someday” or “I wish I could”. Over time, we can stop believing in our dreams and start believing […]

A New Story

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A New Story By Cat Wilson Birds singing. Smells of spring float on the air. The minds wanders through memories, all part of a familiar story. Does this story uplift you, or is it time for something new? A story can give us a place to wander when our mind is busy. When we need a release whatever is distracting us from being our best, […]

Your Lucky St. Patrick’s Day Special

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Are you lucky?  People tell me I’m lucky. Stuff happens and they see how peaceful I am. Then something good happens. How do I maintain peace? Mindfulness! I attribute so much to my mindfulness, meditation, self-hypnosis, and tools to stay naturally calm.  It works! There’s a great blog about how it works on Sciencenordic. Mindfulness helps you get control of your brain. It helps regulate […]

Life Design: Steep Patiently and Wait for Perfection

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By Cat Wilson I take wisdom from a cup of tea for how to live my life. Mix the most delicious combination of ingredients with the perfect cup, decorate in colors and a message I want to absorb, and fill the cup with fresh, filtered water just off a boil. Wait patiently for perfection as it steeps for two to five, or five to ten […]

Mindfulness Class – Offer Expires February 28

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Special Offer: Mindfulness and More. A self-paced online class by Cat Wilson. This class was created to the request of clients and students. Almost 100 people have come to this mindful experience and reported they feel more peaceful, have more energy, and feel happier. Isn’t it time for you to experience more peace, energy, and happiness? Normally $145, Your Holiday Special is $5 till February […]

Love in a Shell

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What keeps us from expressing love out in the open? Even if you don’t have a romantic love connection, there are plenty of opportunities to express love with our friends, family, and ourselves. But when it feels like everyone else is parading around with bouquets of roses and heart shaped balloons, the easiest thing is to withdraw our love, like a soft creature hiding in […]

Happy Valentine’s Day! Make Pie!

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What kind of gift shows love? Chocolate? Flowers? A gift card? How about something different? Happy Valentine’s Day! Make a Pie! This recipe found it’s way to many a stomach in my family and among my friends. This pie is a recipe for those who can eat wheat, that I found in the Oregonian years ago. Show your love when you say Happy Valentine’s Day! […]

A Friend Awaits

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Making friends was scary for me when I was a child. As a shy child I didn’t make friends easily. I worried that if I talked to one of the popular kids they would turn away. Fear of rejection. My mother joined me up for Girl Scouts where I could make friends. What a struggle it was for me. I preferred sitting at home reading […]