Yearly Archives: 2013

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RITUAL FOR LETTING THE OLD YEAR BEHIND AND WELCOMING THE NEW

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/heidi-and-mark/2013/12/31/paradise-talks-3-in-2014-fulfill-your-wildest-dreams New Years Eve gives us the opportunity to reflect over the past year, get together what we want to leave behind and set us up for the future, for the next year which will allow you to prepare and create a relationship beyond your wildest dreams. Join us in a brief ritual for letting old things go and for getiing into alignment with the future you most deeply desire. Heidi Hornlein and Mark Davenport Reach us at  thepowerofrelationship.com The music we are using is by Mulo Francel and Evelyn Huber, called "Liber Tango" ( LC 11188)  

By |2017-05-25T17:22:36+01:00December 31st, 2013|Blog|0 Comments

New Years Eve – Preparing for 2014

New Years Eve gives us the opportunity to reflect over the past year, get together what we want to leave behind and set us up for the future, for the next year which will allow you to prepare and create a relationship beyond your wildest dreams. Join us in a brief ritual for letting old things go and for getiing into alignment with the future you most deeply desire. Heidi Hornlein and Mark Davenport Reach us at  thepowerofrelationship.com The music we are using is by Mulo Francel and Evelyn Huber, called "Liber Tango" ( LC 11188)  

By |2014-09-15T19:23:59+01:00December 29th, 2013|Blog|0 Comments

What Sunny Boy Is Teaching Me by Mark Davenport

Early on a chilly morning this November as Heidi and I were crawling into the car, I heard a tiny mew coming from across the street where an old feed mill was located.  I could not resist that plaintive little voice and we discovered a two month old kitten among some trash surrounding one of the towers.  It seemed clear that he (as we learned a bit later) was lost or abandoned so almost without discussion we put him in the car with us and took him home. He showed his colors even on the ride home, becoming calm and curious within a few minutes. Once at home, rested and fed, he began to meet our other cats.  He was fearless!  He did not expect any problems and so met very few!  His “in your face” curiosity about the world and all its inhabitants won our hearts and our admiration at once. We were witnessing the irrepressible [...]

By |2017-05-25T17:22:37+01:00December 23rd, 2013|Blog|0 Comments

How to overcome obstacles: an interview with Tee Ming

In October Mark and I were interviewed by the amazing Tee Ming Ooi. ( YOu can find it on our Video page here in the website). Now she is revealing her story  (http://finishagent.com/she-gets-things-done) which, I believe, will be of great help to many people, especially women, to step up and go for what they were born for: Recently,  Tee Ming was  interviewed by Gina Hiatt, founder of 2 successful businesses and host of the recent “Group Coaching Megasummit” about how I was able to go from stay-at-home mom of 3 kids who thought “There must be more to life than this…” at the beginning of 2013 to figuring out and putting in place the contributing factors of my splendid life as the end of 2013 draws near.   This is the link from Gina to our revealing and high-energy interview: http://finishagent.com/she-gets-things-done You’ll find some juicy answers to these questions:  What makes me act even though I am [...]

By |2014-09-15T19:29:13+01:00December 15th, 2013|Blog|0 Comments

Why Real Men Hate Pilates by Mark Davenport

  In short because they have great difficulty not looking at women who can use  their bodies as bodies and not just as sexual manipulatrixes. That may take some explanation.  So, from the beginning:   When I “signed up” for a live-in partnership with Heidi, I accepted the expectation that I would care for my body, including my abysmal posture, all stoop -shouldered and pot bellied - generally just plain very slack. So i began attending weekly Pilates “lessons” with her and a couple girlfriends and with Giovanni, the husband of one of them.  His role modeling saved my butt. The instructor was/is one Libera Ceccharelli, a lithesome almost 50 with a dancer’s body that would be the envy of any woman in their 40’s, or 30’s!  I didn’t take my eyes off her, and only in part so as to imitate the positions and movements she demonstrated as the session progressed.  That was necessary in part [...]

By |2017-05-25T17:22:37+01:00December 1st, 2013|Blog|0 Comments

certainty and confidence

Yesterday a wonderful telesummit started: "Certainty and Confidence". Tee Ming, the likeable lady who lately has interviewed us, has gathered people to speak about how they entered into this state of mind and were able to create success in their lives. If you are interested to join or watch the replays, contact Tee Ming Ooi via her youtube Channel  or Linkedin Profile There is one call a day for about 10 days at noon pacific. Enjoy! Also watch an Interview which Tee Ming has done with Heidi and Mark - with which she introduced us to the world of Google Hangout Live Streaming How can we create a relationship beyond our wildest dreams?

By |2017-05-25T17:22:37+01:00November 5th, 2013|Blog, Events, Life|0 Comments

An interview about the relationship beyond your wildest dreams

Yesterday Mark and I were invited to an interview with Tee Ming Ooi, a wonderful colleague of ours who is exploring the topic "Confidence and Certainty" in a really gracious way. Here is her facebook page https://www.facebook.com/TeemingConnections. She has also a YOUTUBE Channel, where our interview will be published as soon as it is edited.   You will find a series of inspiring interviews there, apart of ours. We enjoyed a lot to be interviewed by her and answer questions about how it is possible to create a completely different relationship - after so many trials and disappointments, as it was our case. We share some tools and principles either for attracting THE ONE and also how to set up the relationship and take care for its flourishing. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zruKZLsDZ6E We wish you an inspiring vision!

By |2017-05-25T17:22:37+01:00October 31st, 2013|Blog|1 Comment