Why Worry?! It’s a Waste of Thought

Kassie Rempel and Kids

Whenever we fly, my kids barrage me with questions about flight. They are ages 9 and 11, and the questions are always the same – all questions of worry for problems that I knowingly can’t accurately answer: Is the plane safe? Is the pilot healthy? Will it be a smooth flight? Is this carrier due for a crash? Can anyone but […]

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Notice Others to Notice Change

Gratitude is my Love Language

I just read an AMAZING book called The Hidden Messages in Water by Masaru Emoto. The power of words as evidenced by its effects on water is truly mind-blowing, and for me, life changing. I highly recommend that you read this short and simple book. Today though, I want to focus on an experiment that the author does with standing rice. Using […]

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Believing in the Midst of Doubt

Struggle Bus

Let me be real. I’ve managed to board the struggle bus today and I’m energetically trying to get off. It’s Monday and I stayed up late watching the Super Bowl and Tom Brady pull off one of the biggest comebacks in NFL history. But that’s not why I’m dragging. I’m struggling because somedays, like today, I wonder what I’m doing wrong and why […]

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What Stories Do You Have to Share?

Red Headed Student Teacher at Desk

I’ve been thinking of the “title” I want to use to describe the work I do to help people believe in themselves. Many in the industry use terms like: Spiritual Guide Life Coach Motivational Speaker Master Teacher None of these interest me. Instead, what comes to mind is “Student Teacher.” The reason is because we ALL have something to share that […]

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Feel It to Seal It

Feel It to Seal It image

In my book which I soon plan to share, I talk about several suggested steps in the manifestation process. One of them I call “feel it to seal it” which is fairly self explanatory. Many people have heard of the expression “fake it to make it” and this is very similar. The key distinction however is that you need to […]

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In the Vortex of Change – It may not be pretty but it’s where you are meant to be

Tornado Image

At present, my life is a bit like a circus act – there are lots of spinning plates precipitously balanced on wooden sticks. The red-wigged, colorfully striped clown in the middle ring is actually me. There is an unusual amount of potential change percolating around me as I: Adjust to a traveling/home-on-the-weekends husband; Explore a potential family move 1,500 miles from DC […]

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