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Recently I saw The Darkest Hour – a segment of Winston Churchill’s life as he became Prime Minister, At the end of the film, he is quizzed about the fact that he kept changing his mind about the strategy to employ during World War II. He says the following…”Someone...read more
....beautiful feelings I talk a lot about sensing your feelings as an indicator of where your thinking is heading. Many times people begin to catch on to the quality of their thinking by noticing a negative feeling. When I was working with kids, they loved the analogy...read more
Continuing on our theme of listening as a portal to greater peace, joy and understanding – and noticing what is going on in your experience, it naturally leads you to question your thinking. Once you understand that IT IS THINKING and not the weather, the other person...read more
Michael Neill, who I have previously quoted in this blog, recently did a podcast on what he has noticed about who understands these Principles very quickly and who struggles with them. I must admit I was in the struggling group for a significant period of time – that...read more
Many people tell me that they just want to “get it” – they want to see how the 3 Principles are the key to the One Solution – how they are fundamental and how they are miraculous. Of course, by now you know that trying to get it takes you into effort and away from the...read more
MIND and the greater intelligence is actually informing us all the time. When we drop the commentary in our heads – (otherwise known as our personal thinking) it flows in like a wave from the ocean. Without effort – suddenly we are doing exactly the right thing in the...read more
Debora coaches counseling professionals, educators, non-profit leaders and others in how to utilize the Three Principles of Innate Well-Being in their individual practices. As a master coach herself, she believes in building the next generation of coaches in the inside-out approach to a life well lived.
Wisdom appears to all human beings in the form of an insight. When an insight occurs – there is effortless change. When it remains an intellectual understanding it takes a great deal of work to change behavior or improve circumstances. The insights taught through Debora’s programs, and coaching provoke deep knowingness and automatic change. The books listed here are also a valuable resource for those to whom reading provokes that same inner knowing. Click here for Debora’s favorites.