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Marianne Williamson will be offering her new SISTER GIANT seminar at the end of this month where she will be guiding participants through a journey of discovery both within and without....where we come from as women, where we are now, and where we can go from here. Marianne Williamson - SISTER GIANT on YouTube "The goal of SISTER GIANT is to empower you to feel that you can be, should you choose, a major player in the loving transformation of the world. Tools both internal and external will be provided to help every woman leap into the fullness of her most creative and powerful self," said Marianne. The workshop will be held on February 26, 27 and 28, 2010 in Los Angeles. Click here to register. Let me know if you plan on attending. I'd love to hear about it!

Many blessings,
Tiffany

Everyone who know me knows that I heart best-selling author and coveted speaker Marianne Williamson. She will be speaking about Miraculous Living at two upcoming workshops:

New York, New York
Omega Institute for Holistic Studies
April 3 and 5, 2009

Charleston, South Carolina
The Sophia Institute
Friday and Saturday, April 24 and 25, 2009

We all need more miracles in your lives! Please visit http://www.marianne.com/ for registration information.

Many blessings,
Tiffany

Like many of you, I watched Barack Obama's acceptance speech last night for the Democratic's Party's nomination for President. Whatever you political leanings, you can't ignore the significance of the event. The first African-American nominee for a major party accepting the nomination on the 45th anniversary of Martin Luther King's "I Have a Dream" speech in a stadium of more than 85,000 cheering supporters. In response to this opponent's tactics, he called for the country to not make this "big election" about "small things." He asked for the country to say "enough" to the previous eight year's deference to big business and minimizing of the needs of its people. "I am my brother's keeper," he said. "I am my sister's keeper." I couldn't help but think, his message about aspiration and togetherness is both a political and spiritual one. Marianne Williamson, in her efforts to create a Department of Peace in Washington D.C., has spoken often about the intersection of spirituality and politics. Contrary to many, the two are not mutually exclusive. Our country has wisely kept religion out of politics but spirituality.....it encompasses everything we do and everything we are. Are we ready for a new approach to politics?

Many blessings,
Tiffany