Adventure List on Coaches Corner with Joseph A. Drolshagen


Hello All! I hope you’re enjoying an awesome summer and are having a chance to really be one with nature in whatever way you choose! Based on where we are in the season of summer and as the nights are starting to come a bit sooner, along with some cooler weather, I thought it would be fun to discuss an ‘Adventure List’.

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Spirituality of A Flower – by Marie Elena


First of all, I have a wide array of beliefs on what spirituality is.  Spirituality is omnipresent. It is everywhere.  t is beautiful. It is joy. It is finding peace. It is allowing healing into your body. Spirituality is a special vibration and it is everywhere. Spirituality can also be found in places we would not think about. It may come in tragedy; 911 comes to mind. It may come in sadness, death or loss. It is always there you must find it.

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You can change your life -by David J Little


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You can’t change who you are or can you? This is a theme that runs through most people’s lives, myself included. What limits us from being the best person we can be? Why do we need constant reassurance from outside sources? When we will be the best person we can possibly be?

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Citizen Ken – by Annette Rochelle Aben


I have a conversation with my dad every Saturday night at six in the evening. This has been going on for years. In fact, my step mother laughs that they could set their watches by my calls. I love it. It makes my week to be able to touch base, find out how he is doing and learn things about him that I never learned while we lived together. Who thinks to do that when you’re growing up anyway? Your parents are busy taking care of you and you are busy making them old before their time.

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The Magical Ice Cream Man – by Annette Rochelle Aben


Funny, where I live, we are in the throes of summer, a very hot summer to boot. Hot summers have always conjured up visions of swimming, sun bathing and ice cream! That’s right, when I was younger, you would find me in the pool or laying on a towel baking my body in the direct sunlight (what was I thinking there) and invariably, I ended the day with some sort of ice cream treat.

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Being Selfish is Good for You [channeled] – by Marisa Ferrera


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If you’re like most people, you’ve been taught that being selfish is bad and means you don’t care about anyone but yourself. This is one of the many lies you’ve been taught. Being selfish does not mean you don’t care about others; it means you understand the importance of taking care of yourself first so that you will have more than enough to give to others.

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Sensing the spiritual – by Andreas N. Bjørndal


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To really appreciate the spiritual world, you need to be able to sense it with your own spiritual sense. This sense needs to be awake and developed to recognize the existence of these realms, a process that goes through stages. Let us examine how you can recognize these stages.

We will start with people that have not yet developed this sense. Many of them are living with a deep conviction that there is nothing but the material world that exists. Their fate in the physical aspects of nature and the rational mind can be so strong that they think any different approach has to be wrong. This kind of fundamentalism is called knowledge fundamentalism or scientism and hides behind claims of facts and evidence, disregarding any possibility of a human soul. Without a soul, there is nothing but anatomy and physiology and little left for the subtle aspects of reality. This attitude is like hiding the head in the sand and saying there is nothing in the world but sand and any claim of fresh air here in the world (sand) is impossible.

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Coffee Is My Best Friend – by Marie Pollnow


Coffee is my best friend.  I love coffee.  In fact I love her so much that I have worked in several coffee shops. I worked at Gloria Jean’s at Southgate mall (now closed.)  That was my first time working at a coffee shop that is.  Then I worked at Starbucks. This was when Starbucks was just coming out. I was straight hustling.  I had just moved to Jersey City. (uh yah) I worked at the Starbucks at Hoboken. That’s kind of crazy since my Dad told me a lot of mob stories related to Hoboken. Then I worked at Starbucks in West Allis when I moved back to Wisconsin, sigh.  It was the first drive in which I worked because I was fast. So, that’s my love affair of coffee gone astray at minimum wage most of the time. Coffee has been my best friend for a long time. She was never late, never stabbed me in the back or talked about me. On the contrary she was on time, often woke me up and smelled phenomenal. She sparked my “endorphins” to keep me happy.

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Why wait for someone to be ready or not? – by Rhea Dopmeijer


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During my lifetime there have been many challenges where It was important to wait for the other one to get on board. We all walk in our own pace, and not necessary the same. Being in a loving relationship, it is always about taken care of each other as well staying true to yourself. No need to wait in your own lifetime experiences to go through the different stages and phases.

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We Are Beings Not Doings – Coaches Corner – by Joseph A. Drolshagen


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Hello again everyone! What an awesome time to be alive, don’t you think? Well, since my last column, there’s been a lot going on in this guy’s life! I’ve moved to South Carolina, from Iowa. I’ve rescued an amazing puppy, Baby Bella. I’ve been key note speaker for multiple speaking engagements, been offered a full time position as a Spiritual Director within a Unity Spiritual Center and I am still LOVING LIFE!!
Which Brings me to the topic for this month: We are beings, not doings!

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The Wings of Summer – by Annette Rochelle Aben


Seven months into the year already. Where does the time go? Seems like summer is flying by. Wasn’t it only yesterday, we were welcoming a brand-new year and looking forward to all the differences we were going to make in our lives? You know what? There is still plenty of time to make some major differences in your life this year. In fact, you may even make a few differences in the lives of others simultaneously.

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Akashic Alliance: “Bereft in the Akashic Garden of Secrets” – by Sandra Gelinas


For the past few days, she’s been aware of a vague sadness haunting her. She isn’t sure what the grief is about; it’s simply with her. When she finally stops to consider it, she realizes this background tone of sorrow has permeated her feelings for as long as she can remember. “Hmmm,” she thinks, “it’s high time to find out what this is all about.”

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Holonity: The World of Magic and The Magic Circle – by Andreas N. Bjørndal


How can we understand the World of the Magician and use it for our self-development today? Let us take a step back in history first.
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If you go back a few hundred years many people did not know how to read, they did not spend much of their life within the field of knowledge. Reading, reflecting, thinking, learning facts etc. was a rare activity for the few.
People could not conduct their own life as we can today. They were born with limited possibilities of education with no hope of change of social position or class. Today people in the modern world can learn and achieve almost anything. We have entered into a state of increased autonomy or ability to conduct and create our own life.

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