The change a question (or two) makes: One Thing Better with Carolyn Cohen

One Thing Better is a weekly series featuring someone I admire  in this case someone I admire immensely  in a one-question interview format.

It’s a simple premise. Each week someone answers The Question.

Here’s how I first heard about Carolyn Cohen. My lover woman wife partner Ann had recently joined a friend for a monthly women’s spiritual night out. It was a small group that met at Carolyn’s home.

After a meeting or three, Ann came home and trilled:

“You’ve got to meet Carolyn! She’s the happiest woman alive.”

A near-death experience after a debilitating illness brought Carolyn into her own as a healer. She hosts a popular Healing Circle locally. And is in demand for her work as an intuitive.

Carolyn holds master degrees in counseling and medical science. She co-hosted The Quest Metaphysics radio show, and is the author of Precious Reflections and I Commit.
Carolyn was featured with her twin sister Marilyn Segal, in the TBS documentary, “The Heart of Healing,” narrated by Jane Seymour
She and her husband Mike Cohen run The Center for Brain Training, helping others to bring their brains back to balance without medication.
She’s been busy . . . though you’d never know it when you speak with her. She’s always gushingly alive for you, no matter what’s going on in her own life.

Over the years she has become a dear friend. Carolyn and Mike meet with Ann and I every six weeks to amplify our visions for our lives, while setting a single overriding goal for the next six weeks.

You can find out more about Carolyn here.

The Question:

What one thing have you been doing recently that’s making your life better?

Carolyn Cohen:

I recently started asking upon rising this question …God where can I make a difference in my life today? 

I end my day with this question … And where did I make a difference in my life today? 

This statement alone has allowed me to be truly present during the day. I am more mindful of my conversations, my actions … which allows me to hear my inner voice say … 

 … Your words just touched that person’s heart … 

… Your words allow that person to feel safe … 

… Your words allow this person to feel understood and not alone … 

Hearing the small voice within brings such inner peace and puts a smile back into my own heart….;o) — 

How much better can it get~

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For you 

Evan Griffith
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