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Author Archive: Kandace Jones

I used to live life shackled by fear, doubt, and worry. I put on a happy face while navigating my day-to-day duties, but I was emotionally drained, stressed, and unhappy. When I hit rock bottom, and was diagnosed with depression and anxiety, I was determined to live life differently. I knew there had to be another way. Out of that determination, and guidance from Spirit, the "Living in the Light" blog was born. It documents my spiritual journey out of the darkness and into the Light. After nine months of publicly sharing my journey, and consciously releasing my attachment to the ego, I experienced a powerful spiritual awakening. I went from living in fear, doubt, worry, and stress to complete inner peace. My greatest passion has become assisting others on their own journey to inner peace.

My spiritual memoir, From Stress to Peace: An Intimate Journal on the Journey from Living in Darkness to Living in the Light, is available now on Amazon and BN.com. Click the tabs at the top of the page to learn more about the From Stress to Peace 21-Day Challenge, Living in the Light Retreats, 1:1 sessions, and the Living in the Light Community - all of which are designed to support your journey to inner peace. I appreciate you taking the time to visit the blog and look forward to supporting you in any way I can!

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How to Love Unconditionally

December 9, 2013 0 Comments
How to Love Unconditionally

I ran across this beautiful, heartfelt expression of how to truly love unconditionally and I just had to share with you.  I could not have written it better myself.  It is an exact expression of  how I now feel about everyone and everything, including you.  There is nothing I want more than for everyone to […]

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Nelson Mandela: A Master Teacher for Humanity

December 7, 2013 2 Comments
Nelson Mandela: A Master Teacher for Humanity

Since the news of Nelson Mandela’s transition Home, I have felt a sense of unrest.  I did not feel sad when I heard the news, as I believe he fulfilled his purpose in this lifetime and I know he is resting in the Peace of God.  Instead, I felt a sense of responsibility.  Responsibility to […]

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Are You Ready to Release Stress?

November 14, 2013 0 Comments
Are You Ready to Release Stress?

I am so grateful for each and every one of you.  Whether you have followed the blog, and Facebook page, since the beginning, or this is the first entry you are reading – you are greatly appreciated! For those of you who are looking to relieve stress and return to peace-of-mind, I have a gift […]

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Remembering Forgiveness No Matter What

November 4, 2013 2 Comments
Remembering Forgiveness No Matter What

Last week I had a profound reminder of the power of forgiveness.  When I set the intention to extend forgiveness, regardless of the circumstances, last year, I had no idea that the number of opportunities presented to me to forgive would increase.  Or, maybe I was just more aware of them given my commitment to […]

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You Harvest What You Plant

October 11, 2013 1 Comment
You Harvest What You Plant

I started a garden in July, and I am being reminded of so many spiritual truths through nurturing it.  One central theme is:  You harvest what you plant.  It’s such a simple spiritual law that gets talked about frequently (e.g. “You reap what you sow”), but how often do we pause and truly apply that […]

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3 Tips for Finding Peace

October 4, 2013 3 Comments
3 Tips for Finding Peace

I am frequently asked the question, “How do I find peace?”  I typically respond by asking a series of questions like “Walk me through a typical day for you?”  and “What does ‘finding peace’ mean to you?”  It never ceases to amaze me how far apart what many actually do on a day-to-day basis can […]

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The Cure for Violence, Anger, and Hatred

September 17, 2013 3 Comments
The Cure for Violence, Anger, and Hatred

There are particular occasions that inspire numerous individuals to reflect on their actions and the actions of those around them.  One such occasion is murder.  The tragic loss of life leaves individuals questioning whether or not we can ever truly live in a peaceful world. Unfortunately, within the last week, there have been too many […]

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Serving Humanity

August 28, 2013 4 Comments
Serving Humanity

Today is the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington.  I have been reflecting on the power of the civil rights movement, and what has been done since to bring “the dream” to fruition.  I spent some time reading speeches from Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., who gave his famous “I Have a Dream” speech […]

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From Resistance to Acceptance

August 23, 2013 2 Comments
From Resistance to Acceptance

Have you ever found yourself resisting the way that things are?  Okay, we all have.  You know, those times when we complain about what is going on and begin to cry, “Why me?”  Well, I thought I was over that.  I thought, after all of the coaching and spiritual teaching that I do that I […]

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A Simple Tip for Releasing Negative Thoughts

July 29, 2013 0 Comments
A Simple Tip for Releasing Negative Thoughts

Every week I receive a question or comment from someone about how to release negative thoughts.  I addressed this briefly in my 5 Steps to Releasing Negativity post last fall, but that only scratched the surface.  I know how it feels to not know what to do with the negative thoughts and emotions that can […]

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