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Deepak Chopra, My Minivan and How to Create an Affluent Mindset

For several years when my children were young, any time our family minivan left the house, Deepak Chopra was in it.

You see, in the mid-1990s my husband and I reached a point when we had $45,000 in credit card debt, along with other debts, and had no income.

We knew we wanted to experience the opposite of lack and struggle with money (think affluence, abundance, wealth), but we also knew we had to change our mindset first if we really wanted to experience lasting change.

And that’s when car trips in our family minivan began to get a whole lot more interesting!

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Declare Your Independence From Family Patterns Of Lack & Struggle With Money

$45,000.

That’s how much my husband Jon and I owed in credit card debt 20 years ago. We had no income at the time.

That year, 1994, was a low point in our financial lives as a couple.

But it was also that same year that we got serious about changing our dysfunctional patterns with money.

To do that, we had to look back at our family’s patterns with money.

And we were both surprised by what we found out!

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3 Reasons Why You Still Have “Issues” And How To Clear Them

Think you need to have a really traumatic childhood or a history of neglect or abuse to have issues?

Not true.

Even people who think their childhoods were happy and healthy can still have issues!

Here are 3 reasons why.

Plus, I’ll share with you 3 practical tools for clearing the issues you’re dealing with right now.

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10 Books That Have Changed My Life

Have you started your summer reading yet?

If you’re looking to move forward in your life, here’s my “top 10″ list.

Each of these books have inspired me at different stages of my life and provided me with guidance on my own journey of healing and living my truth.

I trust they will inspire and support you, too. And I also invite you to share your favorite books!

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How to End Your Love-Hate Relationship With Food

When you think about your relationship with food, what feelings come to mind?

Are you and food in a healthy relationship?

Do you tolerate each other to survive?

Or do you have a love-hate relationship, like I used to have?

When I was a teenager, I developed an eating disorder.

In this video I’ll share with you how I went from being overweight and obsessed with food to making food my friend and maintaining a healthy weight today.

Plus, learn the emotional root that drove my eating obsession—and how you can get free from your own unhealthy patterns with food.

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