• Jennifer Watson, Empowerment Consultant

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    Welcome to my blog site! I absolutely love writing. It has been a passion of mine since I can remember. As a little girl, I would close myself off into my room and dive into a fantasyland of writing poems, music and even soap opera screenplays! I swore one day I would write a book…and […]

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Get Focused: Eliminating the Scatter in a Scattered World

• November 2, 2015 • Comments (0)

Sometimes we find it difficult to reach our goals because there is so much going on in our lives. Whether it is work, raising children, maintaining a household, managing social engagements, being a caretaker, volunteering—it all adds up to a busy schedule, with not much time for our own pursuits. They take a back seat, […]

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The Definition of Courage

• October 9, 2015 • Comments (2)

I thought I was pretty courageous—well, others kept telling me that I was—when I decided to pack up my two kids and move our lives all the way across the country to begin a brand new life. We left our home of 7 years, our family, our friends, my 17-year job, and our support system […]

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Working 9-to-Freedom

• March 26, 2015 • Comments (0)

You know, as children we are raised to follow the norm of society—whatever that is for us at the time. For many of us, it was to graduate from high school, go to college, and then secure a good job while somehow figuring out how to marry and have the 2.5 kids. Not a bad […]

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Introduction to Butterfly Travels

• November 21, 2014 • Comments (0)

I’ve come to realize that every adventure I’ve ever been on has been a deeper awakening to who I am. They have been more profound in recent years, but as far back as I can remember, every time I left my home for a vacation, short visit or business trip, a deeper purpose was revealed. […]

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Living in the Afterglow: A Journal of my Sedona Experience

• July 24, 2014 • Comments (0)

When I first decided to go to Sedona for the Leo King retreat, something deep within me knew it would be a very important event – but I had no idea how truly profound and life-changing it would be. Here I was, in one of the most spiritual places on the entire planet, with access […]

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Confession Time!

CONFESSION TIME: My Bout with Bullying

• November 11, 2015 • Comments (0)

This week on Confessions, a panel of guests joined me to talk about the topic of bullying. I am sure this hit a nerve for many of you, as bullying comes in all shapes in sizes. For me, it brings up a pretty solid memory of a middle school day – a day I actually […]

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CONFESSION TIME: Embracing Self-Love

• November 3, 2015 • Comments (0)

As I sit down to write this, I am still struggling with the concept of self-love a bit. Although everything that Rose said on Confessions this week about loving yourself is true, and she is the perfect example of the miracles that happen when you just surrender to loving yourself, there is still a resistance […]

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CONFESSION TIME: Lifting my Own Veil

• October 25, 2015 • Comments (0)

On this week’s Confessions, my panel of guests talk about their abilities as mediums to facilitate communication between the physical and spiritual worlds. Each one had a unique experience, but one thing remained consistent in all of their sharing: how much of a gift it was for them to have this connection. It really made […]

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CONFESSION TIME: Embracing My Sexuality

• October 19, 2015 • Comments (0)

On this week’s Confessions, Nicole Oman reveals her struggle with owning her past sexuality, and how it had been haunting her, even through her successful marriage. She finally embraced her past and instantly found peace in her acceptance. Her Confession hits home to what many woman feel: ashamed for being sexual beings, or for experiencing […]

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CONFESSION TIME! “I Just Panicked”

• August 18, 2013 • Comments (0)

This week, guest Jean Maurie Puhlman not only confesses – but battled – her agoraphobia (fear of public places resulting in panic attacks) to come on the show and share her light with the world online. Ever since she was a little girl, she could recall having panic attacks and fears, never wanting to go […]

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