Category Archives: Shelley J. Hawkins

Puzzle Piece

Puzzle Piece…  Between bites of peanut butter mousse and flourless chocolate torte, a friend recently confided he’d felt insecure all his life about his natural inclination to be quiet and observe while others were talking; for enjoying people, but being less socially inclined than his friends or his introverted siblings.   We could hang some labels […]

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On Being Light

On Being Light…  The protagonists in movies with themes of transformation inevitably grapple with light and dark—within and around themselves—in the evolution of great things and great selves. Harry Potter, Ray in Field of Dreams, and Jason Bourne all grappled with the strength of their will to be the light they are, their true natures; to follow […]

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Foot-Candle

Foot-candles of Lumens…  Last night at dinner with friends, with a dove nearby and twinkling lights wrapped around the _____ tree the restaurant had built its deck around, I listened while a new friend, a successful businessman, described his journey with worthiness.   As the sun set, he talked of feeling unworthy, his wrangling with this […]

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Priority

I see priorities as radiating spherically from my core center. Everything that is important and not important to me is there in my biofield beckoning for my attention, eager to grow. I listen and feel for the heat, the alignment, the peace, the exhilaration that guides my intention and where I place my attention. Our […]

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Intuitive Intelligence

As leader—of your life, a conscious company, an organization—learning to use your intuitive abilities is essential for innovations, meaning, and opening a way that is original, transformative, and present. How are you educating and feeding your intuitive intelligence? Moving from the information age to the intuition age, we are seeing greater buzz around intuitive leadership […]

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