Category Archives: Media

  1. Growing Up Read By Melanie Lutz From Vanessa By The Sea (31 of 40)

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    April 29, 2015 by crazylemonlove

    Rites of passages into a second coming of age into adulthood.¬†We don’t get to choose the curriculum but we do …
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  2. Nature Read By Melanie Lutz From Vanessa By The Sea (30 of 40)

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    April 28, 2015 by crazylemonlove

    True nature of my eternal unchanged self enters the harmony of the tides going in and out as my course …
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  3. Between This World And Another Is A Choice read by Melanie Lutz from Vanessa by the Sea (28 of 40)

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    April 26, 2015 by crazylemonlove

    You are going to get where you are going one way or another. Why not choose peace? No matter what …
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  4. Take My Hand We Will Go Together read by Melanie Lutz from Vanessa by the Sea (26 of 40)

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    April 23, 2015 by crazylemonlove

    Each step taken forward into faith is met 1000 fold. You are not in it alone. No matter what the …
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  5. No More Questions LOVE EVERYONE Read By Melanie Lutz From Vanessa By The Sea (25 of 40)

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    April 15, 2015 by crazylemonlove

    You reach a point where enough is enough and you decide if facing the fear kills you so be it. …
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  6. The Cycle Of The Comedy Of Life Read By Melanie Lutz From Vanessa By The Sea (21 Of 40)

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    March 30, 2015 by crazylemonlove

    Dante’s opening lines from the Divine Comedy jump into our sessions… No matter what the question love always remains the …
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  7. Love Is (In Love) Melanie Lutz Reads Vanessa By The Sea (19 of 40)

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    March 22, 2015 by crazylemonlove

    Love is… No matter what the question love always remains the answer. Vanessa by the Sea: A Client. A Therapist. …
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It is a SIGN: Making Waves to Sea’s the Day : Birthing a Spiritual Adventure Melanie Lutz’s Vanessa by the Sea