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Let Yourself Soar

June 26, 2014

Let Yourself Soar

Let yourself soar on the wings of your heart’s desires – whether in little steps or huge, giant leaps. Share your work with the world and see how the Universe will respond by sending you all that you are ready for. Open yourself to new possibilities and then get out of your own way!

~Catherine Epstein – from “Follow your Bliss” meditation, 2007




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