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[VFL Update] – Seeing Things Differently

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I have a great blog article and some great goodies to share with you today! There’s a time limit on one of them, so please read through this so you don’t miss it. First, my friend and Voice for Love graduate, Daphne Cohn, is offering a really cool "72-hour pay what you can holiday gift bonanza." I heard what she was doing and wanted to share it with you, so I literally swiped what I saw on her website and cut and pasted it below for you to read. Besides, there’s no way I couldn’t write something better than what she wrote! Read through it and then click the link and check it out! Here’s what I "BORROWED" from her website… “In this crazy busy holiday season what are you giving yourself? I’ve got something for you. Something amazing.

It’s the most fabulous, miracle-making, fear-busting, getting SASSY, instant energy creating holiday gift package EVER.

It’s got gifts from women like Gabrielle Bernstein, Amy Ahlers, Saida Desilets, Goddess Leonie, LiYana Silver and more!

Check it out here.

All for you. All for the price you pick. But only for the next 72 hours.
You deserve the best 2012 ever. Start here. Start today.

With love,

Daphne Cohn

P.S Go here to check out the 72-hour pay-what-you-can holiday gift package." I also wanted to tell you about my friend Arielle Ford’s new book, Wabi Sabi Love: The Ancient Art of Finding Perfect Love in Imperfect Relationships. Great title, hah?! Arielle’s new book, Wabi Sabi Love is devoted to exploring the simple, fun and effective ways to apply Wabi Sabi to our love relationships. The book offers stories and exercises that will demonstrate how to attain groundbreaking shifts in perception so that you can embrace and find the beauty and perfection… in each other’s imperfections! I think that’s really cool. Isn’t it all of our little judgments about one another that sometimes cause the biggest chasms? This sounds like a fantastic book for bringing more love into our relationships.

Wabi Sabi is an ancient Japanese art form that honors all things old, weathered, worn, imperfect and impermanent by finding the beauty in the imperfections. For instance, if you had a large vase with a big crack down the middle of it, a Japanese art museum would put the vase on a pedestal and shine a light on the crack. Or, they might fill the crack with 24k gold! If you are ready for more love, fun, harmony and passion in your relationship, I encourage you to buy this book today – there are several terrific free bonuses that come with it! I also wanted to tell you about my friend Arielle Ford’s new book, Wabi Sabi Love. Great title, hah?! Finally, I have a great blog post about the sheriff did today called, "Getting Unstuck So Our Light Can Shine!" It’s very raw, open, and inspiring. It takes humility and courage to be as open and willing to share as Sue Maul, who wrote the article, so I encourage you to read it. It will help you to have the courage to let your light shine as well! CLICK HERE to get unstuck and let your light shine Have a fantastic week! I look forward to speaking with you soon. DavidPaul Doyle