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Lynda Klau
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Actualize Yourself! Your Relationships, Your Work. . .Your Life. Licensed Psychologist, Business/Speaking Coach, International Workshop Leader, Confidence, Self-Esteem, Leadership Development
Actualize Yourself! Your Relationships, Your Work. . .Your Life. Licensed Psychologist, Business/Speaking Coach, International Workshop Leader, Confidence, Self-Esteem, Leadership Development

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Three questions for you:

How well do you live?
How well do you love?
How well do you let go?

Happy Valentine’s Day, Everyday!
- Lynda
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I so agree with Hafiz. Do you? Let me hear from you.

Happy Holy Days in 2018 and beyond.

Here's to your light and the light of our world.

- Lynda
www.drlyndaklau.com
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In this season of Love, I will be giving a talk on Self-Love at the Rotary Club of Metro NYC. Self-Love is critical and necessary for the Transformation of Our World. Come join me for this vitally important conversation tomorrow evening.

Register here: https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3054009
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Around the world today, 1 in 10 people don't have clean water.

Imagine a world where everyone has clean water. Every day, especially at this time of year, we are called to contribute to causes and work that is so needed in our world.

I invite you to join me in donating to The Spring campaign on charity: water.
https://www.charitywater.org/donate/the-spring/

After I watched the video below I was wholeheartedly moved to contribute. May we remind ourselves that our vision and our actions can really make a profound difference in the world.

https://vimeo.com/180467014
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On Gratitude and Thanksgiving:

Everyday is a day to be grateful, no matter what is happening.

Being grateful does not preclude having anxious, sad, or angry thoughts and feelings. It means that we can hold whatever reactions arise from a challenging situation and at the same time be grateful for the situation and the opportunities and gifts it brings.

This Thanksgiving you may want to build your grateful living by exploring Brother David Steindl-Rast's Gratefulness.org community.

"As I walked down the avenue, the late afternoon sun was turning the lovely and dying sycamore leaves into fragments of brilliant stained glass, and I said to myself, 'This alone is worth the price of admission to our broken and glorious world.'"
- Linda Larsson


Here's to Our Grateful Living,
- Lynda
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"In Japan, broken objects are often repaired with gold. The flaw is seen as a unique piece of the object's history, which adds to its beauty.

Consider this when you feel broken."

This image reminds me of the opportunity for growth in brokenness, the possibility of becoming someone stronger, more complex, and more beautiful for their fractures.

It will come to me.

Quote and image credit to +Emily McDowell Studio.
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Join me for the FREE Overwhelmed Working Moms Summit, happening now through July 26. My interview, Love Yourself: Transform Your World, focuses on self-love and self-care for overwhelmed working mothers, and will be available starting at 3 AM, ET, on Tuesday, July 25. Register here: http://bit.ly/2tqddJB.

As my FREE GIFT for the summit, I will be offering a live, 30-minute webinar on Conscious Breath and Voice Work on Friday, July 28, 12-12:30 PM, ET. Register for my free webinar here: www.drlyndaklau.com/free-gift.
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I am a native New Yorker. I live in Manhattan, to be precise. Sometimes NYC reminds me of a Dickens line, “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.” Between the massive construction inviting even more humans to live in our already overcrowded city, the new bike lanes that obstruct the flow of traffic more than ever, the noise…
 
Yet, shows like Comme des Garçons (the extraordinary fashion designer) at the MET Museum make me understand why you would not only ever want to live in NYC but truly love this hot, sweaty, melting pot. There’s a certain vitality, energy, and creativity. If you are open, the art, the architecture, the music, the people will meet you and touch your soul. I was there on Friday night and was deeply moved. Go here (http://www.metmuseum.org/exhibitions/listings/2017/rei-kawakubo).
 
The takeaway for me is that if you live here or if you visit, do something that is uniquely New York: visit the museums, the restaurants, the unique shops, the diverse neighborhoods; listen to music, classical and jazz; and meet the people!
 
AND make sure that you take time to do nothing, be quiet, be silent. Don’t let yourself be overwhelmed or overloaded. Be in balance.
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Here is an article I wrote that was published in Kosmos: the Journal for Global Transformation, entitled “Living Transformation: The New Human and the New World”. It feels relevant, especially in the turbulent times of 2017. Listen to me read the article, with a few extra thoughts for today’s world, here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XsbHOe4Mwjk
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It has been a long time since I last wrote a blog post. Here's why: in May 2016, I injured myself, and have been on a long journey of recovery and self-discovery since then. Now, I am finally ready to share my story. Read about it on my From Fear to Freedom Blog: http://www.drlyndaklau.com/from-fear-to-freedom-blog/2017/5/11/hello-dear-reader
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