Lisa J. Shultz

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Award winning author. Writes to connect, inspire and empower. Addicted to reading! Loves to share authentic life experience in her books.



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I love the word superfluous. It is an adjective and according to dictionary.com, it means being more than is sufficient or required; excessive. It also means unnecessary or needless. But wait, there is more! Obsolete, possessing or spending more than enough or necessary; extravagant.

When I grabbed onto this word, I began to use it in many ways. I walked around my home opening every cabinet, cu...

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It is remarkable to me that a dry read could be so interesting. I found this book improved my critical thinking skills. I learned things can be bad and also getting better. I was humbled by just how much I do not know about the world and how outdated ...more
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“Every aspect of your life is anchored energetically in your living space, so clearing clutter can completely transform your entire existence.”
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“[What to do with] Unwanted Gifts

This can be a very sensitive issue for many people. However, here’s my very best advice on what to do with unwanted presents: get rid of them. Here’s why. Things you really love have a strong, vibrant energy field around them, whereas unwanted presents have uneasy, conflicting energies attached to them that drain you rather than energize you. They actually create an energetic gloom in your home.

The very thought of giving them the elbow is horrifying to some people. “But what about when Aunt Jane comes to visit and that expensive decoration she gave us isn’t on the mantelpiece?“ Whose mantlepiece is it anyway? If you love the item, fine, but if you keep it in your home out of fear and obligation, you were giving your power away. Every time you walk into the room and see that object, your energy levels drop.

And don’t think that out of sight, out of mind will work. You can’t keep that gift in the cupboard and just bring it out when Aunt Jane is due to visi
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“It behooves me to remember as I advance in age that death is an inevitable part of the life cycle rather than a medical failure.”
Lisa J. Shultz, A Chance to Say Goodbye: Reflections on Losing a Parent

“If the push towards life sustaining technology were balanced with options for comfort care in both medical school training and the healthcare culture, more people would have the chance to transition to death with dignity and grace.”
Lisa J. Shultz, A Chance to Say Goodbye: Reflections on Losing a Parent

“By seizing every opportunity for kindness, forgiveness, healing, and love that crosses my path each day, I hope that my death, although perhaps sad for some, will be gracefully concluded.”
Lisa J. Shultz, A Chance to Say Goodbye: Reflections on Losing a Parent

“There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.”
Maya Angelou, I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings

“Many think vulnerability is weakness, but it is not. Those who refuse to be vulnerable lose the ability to understand others who are, and their fear and discomfort quickly turn into judgment and criticism.”
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“Biology gives you a brain. Life turns it into a mind.”
Jeffrey Eugenides, Middlesex

“Your children are not your children. They are the sons and daughters of Life's longing for itself”
Khalil Gibran, The Prophet

“Behind every stressful thought is the desire for things to be other than they are.”
Toni Bernhard, How to Be Sick: A Buddhist-Inspired Guide for the Chronically Ill and Their Caregivers

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message 3: by Lisa

Lisa Shultz Hi Chellie, thanks for your comment and suggestion of The Wealthy Spirit. I am going to check it out! I am glad your latest book is doing well too. I am writing a new book right now. Perhaps we can do a review swap! Cheers, Lisa


Chellie Campbell Hi, Lisa,

Great to know a fellow author here! I see you've written many books - very impressive - I will check them out.

My 3rd book has just been released last week: From Worry to Wealthy: A Woman's Guide to Financial Success Without the Stress" and it's doing well so I'm happy.

I read "Illusions" many years ago when it first came out and still quote it "What you teach best is what you need most to learn"...ain't that the truth! Also read "Many Lives" and lots more in that genre. You might enjoy my book along those lines "The Wealthy Spirit" which is a page-a-day book.

Have a wonderful weekend!
Chellie


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Beth Hi Lisa,
Thanks for sending a Goodreads friend request to this fellow Breckenridge author!


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