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Stop Sabotaging Yourself Once and For All – My Next Seminar

By Meredith Deasley | April 30, 2019

We, as humans, sabotage ourselves throughout our lives, in all different ways. If we found living here on Earth easy, none of us would have come here because our souls would have evolved to such a point that we would no longer need the challenges that come with having an earthly experience.  Our souls sign up to come here to face a multitude of challenges and learn our lessons. Because we don’t see things from…

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Help! My Kid Won’t Eat Vegetables!

By Meredith Deasley | April 17, 2019

“The choices you make concerning what you feed your children will affect every single area of their lives. It will affect how they feel, how much energy, strength and brain power they have, how they look and whether they will age with vitality or not.” The Resourceful Mother’s Secrets to Healthy Kids by Meredith Deasley  Vegetables contain minerals; minerals make enzymes and enzymes are needed for the proper digestion of food. If food cannot be…

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Simple Ways to Achieve Mental and Emotional Health

By Meredith Deasley | April 3, 2019

Mental health incorporates our emotional, psychological and social well-being. Emotional health is being in control of our thoughts, feelings and actions. When we are emotionally healthy, we can feel anger, fear and sadness but prevent these feelings from taking over our lives.

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10 Reasons Why Spiritual Wellness Is Important to You

By Meredith Deasley | March 20, 2019

When we achieve spiritual wellness, we find meaning, peace and fulfillment living on Earth, despite the number of challenges we face here. Spiritual wellness comes about when we see ourselves through the lens of our soul, as opposed to our human mind and body. It is impossible for me to help my clients regain their full physical and emotional health without teaching them the spiritual perspective that pertains to their lives. It is usually only…

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A Life Coach’s Insights and Tips for Successful Online Dating

By Meredith Deasley | February 20, 2019

Well, here’s some information you might not have expected to receive from The Resourceful Mother – my thoughts and tips on online dating! Yes, I did this on and off for many years.

5 insights I want to share with you:
1. We all enjoy meeting people in person far more than “shopping” for someone online. Meeting the love of our life online is no one’s first choice. Having said that, if we don’t think online dating will work, it likely won’t – our thoughts usually become our reality.
2. We are all wired to care about appearance, even if we pretend we are not. There are individuals with no picture of themselves on their profile, who say that appearance doesn’t matter, yet they are contacting others, telling them they are beautiful. Of course, we all know that our inner beauty is far more important than our outer beauty but it is much easier to see when we meet in person!

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Making the Power of Symbolism Work for You

By Meredith Deasley | February 13, 2019

I have spent the last two to three years trying to wrap my head around the fact that I will be turning 50 years old this month. Guess what? I never wrapped my head around it. People say that age is just a number but I don’t agree. We all have thoughts that arise when we think about turning certain ages. I believe that turning 50 means I am likely half way through life, if not more than half way. I am not sad or upset about hitting this milestone; I just don’t feel anything like I pictured feeling at 50. In fact, I am thrilled that I have hit this age feeling so youthful and happy!

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The Real Role of the “Black Sheep” of the Family

By Meredith Deasley | February 6, 2019

At most, there is only ever one black sheep in a herd. They say that every family has a “black sheep”. A very high percentage of the people I help, identify themselves as the “black sheep” of their families. When an individual enters my office for an initial session and identifies themselves as a “black sheep”, I get excited because I have helped so many see their greatness for the very first time! They see the label as a condemnation or a curse, and, certainly the label is a way to explain the loneliness they have experienced most of their lives. I see the label as a way to truly understand them.

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Uncover the Recurring Thoughts and Beliefs that Create Physical Illness in Our Bodies

By Meredith Deasley | January 3, 2019

Currently, we have the sickest generation of human beings to have ever existed in the history of mankind. Obesity, allergies, asthma, autism, ADD, chronic fatigue syndrome, arthritis and cancer are only a few examples of the epidemics that exist today. The physical reason for these epidemics is that the world is simply more toxic than ever before – our food, water and air are perpetually being contaminated. But why do certain people contract certain illnesses?

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Marijuana is NOT Safe Just Because It’s Now Legal in Canada

By Meredith Deasley | November 19, 2018

With all of the people extolling the benefits of Marijuana and the fact that the Canadian government has now legalized Marijuana, many are probably wondering, “How bad can this drug be?” I decided it was time to inform you of the adverse effects of this drug.

There is medicinal Marijuana and recreational Marijuana. The medicinal Marijuana or cannabis oil is referred to as The Sacred Plant (some of you may have seen the video series by this name, which I highly recommend) and it helps those in pain or suffering from disease. It contains a small amount of delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which is necessary to receive the medicinal benefits from the drug. Recreational Marijuana contains far more THC, which is the component that makes ones high or intoxicated when smoked. According to annual survey data, more teenagers smoke recreational marijuana than cigarettes. The amount of THC in Marijuana samples, confiscated by police, has been steadily increasing over the past few decades. In 2009, THC concentrations in marijuana averaged close to 10 percent, compared to around 4 percent in the 1980s. According to Canada’s government website, some strains contain an average of 30 percent!

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Halloween Unmasked

By Meredith Deasley | October 31, 2018

In my almost fifty years of celebrating Halloween, I never knew the reason we celebrate Halloween until now! Do YOU know where it originated?

The Celts started Halloween over 2000 years ago because they believed the barrier between our world and the world of spirits became really thin at the end of each summer. October 31st began a three-day festival dedicated to remembering the dead, including the saints (hallow) and martyrs. To this day, in many parts of the world, churches observe All Hallows’ Eve by holding services and lighting candles on the graves of the dead.

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