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I'm glad we share simular experiences as well as some attitudes about some authors and the new agie types. It seems like more of an ego rush for them. I live near Sedona and there everywhere. So the notion of mindfulness left a bad taste in my mouth.
I love Seth's blogs though. He doesn't come across as judgemental at all.
I do look forward to "shutting down" whether that's some kind of state of something, it's a beautiful place to be!
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