Suzanne Ash
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Suzanne Ash
Luxury Specialist
Mobile: 707-495-9133
Business: 707-495-9133

Hi, I’m Suzanne Ash, proudly serving  All of Sonoma County.  I specialize in Country and  River properties, with The Wine Country Group by Better Homes and Gardens, Mason-McDuffie.

I am here to assist you in your home-buying and selling needs, with a focus on providing you personalized service and the benefit of my local expertise.  Sebastopol and the Russian River really can be complicated and unique area specialties.  I know you have many choices, but not that many can walk you through all the aspects of the Russian River area and Sebastopol without compromising the integrity of either area.  

Please feel free to contact me at 707-495-9133 to begin this exciting process!

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Simple DIY Projects to Make It Easier to Get Organized

Check out these quick and simple DIY projects you can make this weekend without spending a bundle. You might think you’re a disorganized person, when really all you need are a The post Simple DIY Projects to Make It Easier to Get Organized appeared first on Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Life. More

DIY Bathroom Makeover on a Budget

With ideas for stylish storage, easy-to-assemble accessories, and fresh vanity updates, these character-boosting DIY projects will help you revive a boring bathroom. Giving a boring bathroom a little pick-me-up doesn’t The post DIY Bathroom Makeover on a Budget appeared first on Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Life. More

Five Ways to Decorate a Coffee Table

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Video: Creating a Values-Based Life with Edward Viljoen

In the Science of Mind, we teach not only that there is a body-mind relationship but also that there is a direct relationship between thought and environment. Consciously or unconsciously, we are not only governing our physical bodies; we are also weaving the destiny of our fate, at least temporarily, on the loom of consciousness. It is merely a question of More
For many years across our movement, the month of January has been a return to the basics of our teaching. Using The Science of Mind by Dr. Ernest Holmes, our various communities study the first four chapters as a way of getting back to basics: The Thing Itself, The Way it Works, What it Does, How to Use It.

To view the video below on YouTube, click here.

Of all the words for Divinity I have encountered, The Thing Itself may be my favorite. It has helped me to step back from ideas I learned in childhood and to think more deeply about what “It” is to me now. I particularly appreciate how Dr. Holmes approached the study of spirituality as something practical and natural, encouraging his readers to explore and experiment with their own thinking.

In the weeks that follow, as part of our year-long focus on Values Based Spiritual Living, we will be considering the question, how do I define spiritual living.    Here is what Dr. Ernest Holmes wrote about spirituality:

Spirituality may be defined as an atmosphere of good, the realization of God. It cannot—and does not—borrow its light from another, no matter how great or noble that other may be. It springs from within, coming from that never-failing fountain of life, which quenches every thirst, whose Source is in eternity; the well-spring of self-existence. It is a revelation of the self to the self, putting one back on the track of his own self-dependence on Spirit, his own at-one-ment with Reality.

How do you define your spirituality?

Warm regards,
Edward Viljoen

Join us on Sunday mornings at www.ksro.com at 8:30 am for our radio program, Spiritual Living, with Edward Viljoen





Creating a Values Based Life with Edward Viljoen

For many years across our movement, the month of January has been a return to the basics of our teaching. Using The Science of Mind by Dr. Ernest Holmes, our various communities study the first four chapters as a way of getting back to basics: The Thing Itself, The Way it Works, What it Does, How to Use It.To view the video below on YouTube, click here.Of al More
Three things I thought you might want to know about Edward Viljoen’s new book, “Ordinary Goodness: The Surprisingly Effortless Path to Creating a Life of Meaning and Beauty,” which is being published by TarcherPerigee (an imprint of Penguin Random House):

1) It’s excellent!!  — Ordinary Goodness received a coveted “Starred Review” from Publishers Weekly, the largest publishing trade magazine (an excerpt from the review is below).  The book also has received many pre-publication endorsements, which you can read at the first of the links below.

2) It’s pure Edward — reading through the book, you’ll be able to “hear” Edward’s voice throughout.  It’s filled with stories and amazing teaching, like being in a Masterclass with Edward.  It’s for readers of books like “Kitchen Table Wisdom” by Rachel Naomi Remen, and books by Anne Lamott.  The book is deep but accessible.  I believe it will bring many people into our Centers, and will appeal to a broad audience of spiritual readers. 

3) It’s on-sale January 3rd.  You can pre-order it for yourself and/or your Center’s bookstore from Amazon, New Leaf, DeVorss, Ingrams, or (if you already have an account) from Penguin Random House.  It is a paperback at $16, and is also available as an ebook.  I’ll include the links below from Penguin Random House and Amazon.  

Bravo Edward!!

Joel Fotinis
Penguin Random House

from Stepping Stones Books and Gifts



from Publishers Weekly Starred Review:

“Viljoen brings an appealing, thoughtful calm to his exploration of the idea that Meister Eckhart expresses as ‘the light in the soul.’ Viljoen advocates for ‘ordinary goodness,’ something basic and natural that exists in all of us and is always accessible to us.  He invites the reader to slow down, observe, and exercise practices of kindness, mindfulness, compassion, integrity, patience, and faith until they become a ‘welcome guest in us.’ “


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Three Things to Know about Ordinary Goodness

Three things I thought you might want to know about Edward Viljoen’s new book, “Ordinary Goodness: The Surprisingly Effortless Path to Creating a Life of Meaning and Beauty,” which is being published by TarcherPerigee (an imprint of Penguin Random House):1) It’s excellent!!  — Ordinary Goodness received a coveted “Starred Review” from Publishers Weekly, the More