Letting Go of the Need to Control – by Patty Paul


As I keep learning new things about myself on this leg of my spiritual journey of self-discovery and personal growth, this lifetime called “Patty Paul,” I also continue to deal with certain key issues that are obstacles to my progress; issues that are always present…in one way or another…in every one of my lifetimes.

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Creating Realities Beyond Time and Space – by Patty Paul


One summer’s day in 2015 I decided embark on meditative journey that would help me experience a state of being far beyond the limitations of time and space that exist in our three-dimensional physical plane. More specifically, I wanted to move beyond the matrix of our current paradigm, with its principles of chauvinism that seek domination over and create separation in our “It’s either them or me, dog-eat-dog, survival-of-the-fittest” world.  Knowing that such utopian realities already exist in the realms multi-dimensional unconscious, where all things are happening “now,” I wanted to feel my energies blending with those in a brand new paradigm.

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Realizing Personal Power – by Patty Paul


A human is such a complex being, much like a jigsaw puzzle with an infinite number of pieces.  Our life’s ultimate purpose is to discover those pieces and to understand them, because they are all aspects of the greater, more enlightened and self-empowered being we truly are.  Each of us is a unique spiritual being finding our own way to becoming More, and the quest for self-knowledge is our soul’s desire in lifetime after lifetime.  By realizing our personal power sooner, rather than later, we can expedite our journey.  The biggest hurdle to overcome: Giving our power away.

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Health, Longevity; & Folks in Their 90s – by Patty Paul


In early 1991 I began contacting up-scale retirement homes…the kind that offered their residents amenities that included lectures by paid speakers…because I had a burning desire to share some of the life-changing information about health and longevity that I had gained so far on my metaphysical journey. My intuition told me that seniors would be the ideal audience to start with, as I’d never before spoken in public.  Guided by that inner voice I was able to book engagements at every place I contacted.  I was so grateful for that.

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Viewing crop circles up-close and personal – by Patty Paul


I first became interested in crop circles in 1986 when I began learning about their deeper meanings; how sacred they are and what positive messages they hold for humanity, for our beautiful blue planet Earth, and for me personally. To this day, I feel such a strong connection to the intricately detailed crop designs that manifest, with no logical explanation, around the world. In 1995, aerial photos of amazing and beautiful crop designs became available on the internet and I’ve been viewing them with awe and delight ever since. But when I saw my first crop circle in person, I could hardly believe my eyes. That happened in England.

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The Bottom Line: “PERFORM” or Be Authentic – by Patty Paul


Instead of trying to fill others’ expectations of what you should do and be, simply being your authentic self sounds so liberating doesn’t it? Authenticity is definitely a popular topic in the self-improvement genre. Just Google “being authentic” and up come pages and pages of sources for how to be it, from “Psychology Today,” to Zen, to the CEO of Arby’s.

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The Power of Determined Choice – by Patty Paul


I believe there is no such thing as THE TRUTH. Instead, I believe that each of us is a unique being on our own spiritual journey and the collection of beliefs we hold at any given time is our personal truth – that which makes sense to us based upon what we’ve learned and experienced to that point. There is always a higher, more empowering truth to reach for.

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My Plan Didn’t Work, But a Miracle Did – by Patty Paul


I like to organize things. Okay, as an organizer I’m borderline compulsive.  When I shop for jeans and the sizes are mixed up on the rack, I have to put them in order (you’re welcome, Walmart).  Planning ahead is also part of my organizer syndrome.  That includes planning trips in detail, even short ones.  A few years ago I planned the exact route I’d take to run an errand so that I’d get back to work on time.  But on that excursion something amazing happened that I could never have planned or even imagined.

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