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Waiting Room

sitting in the waiting room bright florescents overhead magazines (new) and TV (sports) one other patient nervously flipped through Cosmo as if she could flip away the reason she had come oncology, a popular specialty this century patients invoke the … Continue reading

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Fear of Loss

What are you afraid of ? Snakes ? Scorpions ? Airplane travel ? Small potatoes. I submit you are deeply afraid of losing your individuality. You, but no longer special. No longer really “me”. If you have the time to … Continue reading

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Fear

No one has ever died from direct pointing. No one has received any harm at all from direct pointing. Millions around the world do die every year from cancer, heart disease, stroke, tuberculosis, diabetes, kidney disease, HIV, and severe diarrhea.(1) … Continue reading

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The Tapping Continues ….

The known is limited: limited to the past, to concepts, to the described and the describable. Trusting the known passes for common sense. ” Better the devil that you know…” = sage advice. Apparently, even a devil warrants trust, as long … Continue reading

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Washing Away Anxiety

About a year ago, I was standing in the shower, lathering up. Just a peaceful moment or two with a quiet mind. Suddenly the thought appeared: “The fear that I won’t live long enough to reach enlightenment comes from the … Continue reading

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