Patty Kogutek, author of “A Change of Habit,” has helped thousands cure their anxiety, living “guilt-free.” Living as a Catholic nun for 7 years, and working her way through a 12 year failed marriage, Patty gathered “7 Secrets to Guilt-Free Living” that gave her the courage and the permission to finally follow her heart putting the expectation of others aside.

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As we go through our daily lives, we often find ourselves at a loss for words when it comes to prayer. This small prayer book contains “prayer starters” covering occasion both happy and sad. Use these thoughts and words as a ready reference and springboard for your own conversation with God.

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Adriana Trigiani “Patty Kogutek is a spiritual dynamo! She may have had a Change of Habit but when it comes to life, never a change of heart. She is all about friendship, family and faith, and writes of all three with verve.” -Adriana Trigiani Bestselling author of Big Stone Gap

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In life we are given many choices along our journey affecting our happiness. We can take the low road or choose the high road. It’s up to each of us. On the lower road we see beauty – towering trees, colorful flowers, and manicured lawns. Single isolated dabs of color and loveliness. All wonderful in themselves. But on the higher road, the view widens with perspective allowing for the vistas of spectacular. Not only do we see the trees and the streets, but we also get to see how they all work together; how they are interconnected designed to make communities and neighborhoods. The aerial view gives us the Bigger Picture. So too in life, we can choose to react to situations presented to us in a normal ordinary way. We can view situations, events and occurrences as single happenings, lone snapshots. We wonder “why did this happen to me?” It’s as if we walk through our daily lives with a myopic human everyday lens on the low road. On the other hand, on the higher road, we can see the event acting as a part of the Bigger Picture. We envision how it works into our life’s calling and life lessons, interconnected. We see things in the larger perspective. No incident is a coincidence! So if we find ourselves in various predicaments, not knowing the why behind them, seek out the view from above. Look for the connection and the inter dynamics. Trust in the higher good. Trust in God’s providence. Trust the Bigger Aerial View! So don’t go through life signing up for the “single shot” view. Grab... read more

Are You a Superhero?

There are people we meet in life that make everything seem magical. To me they are personal Superheroes! You know the ones I’m talking about. When you see their caller ID on your phone and you look forward to answering. The one who walks into the room and you just know it’s going to be a great meeting or party. Or the person who causes your shoulders to drop in relaxation, no pretense needed. They come into our lives to nourish our souls, support our efforts, and encourage our journey. These special people are our Light sources sharing their positivity. They help make any day or situation a little brighter. And in their own special way, these Superheroes urge us to be better in so many ways. What a gift to be able to see the beauty, humor, or meaning in daily routine and frustrations. Hopefully we can surround ourselves with Superheroes soaking up their positive energy propelling us to be the same for others. That’s really what we are called to be for one another. That’s our life’s work, no matter what professions we have undertaken. We are meant to help each other interpret life as it was meant to be. We are transformers and superheroes amid the daily grind. Recognize who these people are. Cherish them. Be grateful for them. Pray for them. Call them. Eat with them. Laugh with them. Cry with them. And above all, learn from them. Be one of them! Alan Watts, an English philosopher and expert in comparative religions stated that, “The whole art of life is knowing how to transform anxiety... read more

What’s Your “Go-To”?

We all have “go-to” places, clothes, and patterns. We keep these comfortable, reliable, and proven routines and places for “ready referrals” in times of stress or question. We surround ourselves with habits that we are accustomed to because we know they are reliable and we know what to expect. No surprises! What’s your “go-to” restaurant for Italian food? What’s your “go-to” place to buy birthday cards? What comfy clothes do you don on a rainy day? Groceries? We all have our everyday references to make our daily lives easier, but how about your spiritual “go-tos”? What are your favorite rituals, prayers, and hymns that bring you the needed comfort and Divine connection that we all seek? Years ago I read this prayer and I can’t even remember where I got it, but it’s my “go-to” morning prayer starting my day off with 3 imperative attitudes. Try this prayer to begin with a glorious, faith-filled and hope-filled day: “Perfect God. Perfect God within me. Perfect life within me, which is God. Come into that which is me. Lead me to the path of perfection and cause me to see only the good.” (Usually I add one of my favorite psalm verses: “Only good and kindness will follow me all the days of my life.” (Psalm 23) These 3 attitudes are essential  for any day: – God is Perfect….Praise – God is with me, in me, leading me through to my soul’s mission. Faith – All that happens is for the best. – Hope Remember that prayer is not to pellet God with what WE want but to get our lives more “in... read more

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