September 4, 2016 @ 6:15 PM

After 10 years of sending out weekly emails, posted here on this blog page and also on the left called "Inspirational Articles", she is now publishing her blog on her own website, www.janetkingsley.com.

These new blogs will be more personal, a bit longer, and will focus on personal growth and business building.

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July 15, 2016 @ 8:30 AM

Sometimes change can be difficult or challenging. It sounds good. We want to experience something different or better or happier or more abundant or healthier, but it seems like our thinking habits or our behavior habits are more difficult to change - or at least keep changed. I think sometimes we approach any change with cynicism, fear, or reluctance. "Well, maybe I'll just try it and see how it goes." "I'm not sure this is the right thing for me at this time." "Someone told me I should do it, so I'm giving it a try." Of course, philosopher Yoda would say, "Do. Or do not. There is no try."
 
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July 8, 2016 @ 8:30 AM

Part of empowered living is opening up and seeing with different eyes, hearing with different ears, and being open to experience the magic and the miraculous of the Divine in different ways than usual. While it's well and good to declare that God is our Source or that God is good all the time, we also need to be willing to be uncomfortable and see things from a different perspective and to be open to answers that come in different ways than we expect. Yes, even if those ways may not seem to be the answer we were looking or hoping for.

 

We all want to move into greater possibility, passion, and purpose but we may not experience that greater until we change our beliefs and opinions and be open to new ways of seeing, ......

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June 24, 2016 @ 8:30 AM

I've begun to think for myself and not just repeat catch phrases and ideas from the latest New Thought guru or author. Well, that's not quite true. I've been thinking for myself for awhile, but haven't shared my thinking broadly (although those folks close to me get an earful!!). 
 
You know how so many of us like to put the white light (or even sometimes a golden light or a green light) around things for protection? Many of us surround our cars, our houses, and even ourselves with this light of protection. 
 
So here's my question: if there is only One Thing and that One Thing is God and It operates in and through absolutely everything and there is nothing else but......
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June 17, 2016 @ 8:30 AM

Sometimes we need some mountain-moving faith, especially if the mountains we want to move include lack of money, lack of health, lack of relationships, anger, grief, guilt, shame, resentment, or just plain old feeling stuck.

Instead of having mountain-moving faith in theInfinite, we seem to have faith in the problems we are facing. They loom large in our lives and take up a lot of our thinking. Maybe we worry, get anxious, or stay stuck in fear - especially when we can't see the way out.

In the quote below, Ernest Holmes tells us the remedy to every problem or challenge is the Truth. However, many of us seem to confuse the 'facts of life' with the Truth of Spiritual Principle. Facts are ......
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June 3, 2016 @ 8:30 AM

A woman is warming up before her morning jog - she stood a few feet from a large oak tree, placed both hands on it and pushed against it to stretch her calf muscles. She was in the midst of this standard runner's ritual when a young man passed by. He stopped, turned, and shook his head. "Lady, you'll be there forever doing it that way," he said. "Use a saw." 
 
Sometimes we may feel like this woman, only we are not pushing against the oak tree to stretch our calf muscles; we are pushing against the oak tree to make something happen! We hear ideas in New Thought that we are in charge of our destiny; that we are in control of our ......
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May 27, 2016 @ 8:30 AM

Most of us seem to resist change, especially if it isn't our idea. But even when change is our idea, we don't always embrace it right away. Maybe we begin to move forward in the changed direction, but we often hit detours or lose our way and find ourselves right back where we started. And while we are in the midst of change, it can feel like we are living through the uncomfortable in-between 
times of life. You know those times when we are not quite sure of our footing; not wanting to completely let go of where we've been, but not quite embracing where we're going either. 
 
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May 20, 2016 @ 8:30 AM

Two men were walking in a field when a bull charged them. One man scampered up a tree while the other stood defiantly in the bull's path. "Get up here, you idiot!" called the man in the branches. "The Lord will protect me!" retorted the other man. "No! Get up here, you idiot!" the other screamed again just at the very moment the bull butted the man on the ground, tossing him like a rag doll into the air and the trotted off triumphantly. The friend scampered down from the tree to help his bruised friend. "I thought for sure the Lord would help me!" complained the injured man. "He tried," answered his friend. "Didn't you hear Him calling you from the .........
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May 13, 2016 @ 8:30 AM

When I first started to do some coaching back in 1998, I attracted a lot of clients who wanted to 'know what their purpose was' and 18 years later, I still attract those seeking to know what their purpose is. Could that be because I have been asking myself that same question for as long as I can remember?
And here's what I've found out.....

Our purpose is what we say it is. What if all of this hunting and searching for our purpose, our passion, finding the meaning of life, or why we are here is really just our own ploy to not step into our power and passion because we are afraid to make a bold statement and declare who we really are? Because chances are that all the......
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April 29, 2016 @ 8:30 AM

We all know (or most of us do in any case) that old joke about the man on the streets of New York City who asked someone, "How do I get to Carnegie Hall?" The person leaned on a street sign, laughed a little and said, "Practice. Practice is how to get to Carnegie Hall."
 
We may want to 'get to' a lot of things and places, but we don't
need to 'get to' God because God is already here and is who we are. However, we may need practice looking within and making that connection instead of looking at the external world and assessing and judging everything through our 3-dimensional eyes. Part of that practice is to tune in and listen to the wisdom.
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