Author Archives: Judy Sedgeman

About Judy Sedgeman

For more than 20 years, I have dedicated my work to sharing the Principles of Mind, Consciousness and Thought, which describe the psychological expression of the innate spiritual strength and resiliency natural to all people. We call that strength and peace of mind manifested through understanding the logic of the Principles Innate Health.

What’s the big deal?

NOTE: As of October 1, Peace of Mind Matters will be integrated into my new Web-site. The full Blog archive will be migrated; the page will function the same as it does here. But in order to continue to receive … Continue reading

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Who knows?

I still chuckle when I think of the old joke about the teacher who asked her class to name the three greatest inventions of mankind. They named the wheel, the combustion engine, and then a young boy called out, “The … Continue reading

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Wisely using our power to…

In every waking moment of every day, every one of us is using our incredible power of thought to heal — or not. That sounds black and white, considering the infinitude of thoughts that come to mind. But, when you … Continue reading

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Squandering Our Power

Across the developed world, environmentalists have gotten our attention about power. We use energy efficient light bulbs, appliances and devices. We turn things off. We adjust our home thermometers not to waste power when and where no one needs to … Continue reading

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How I met Leon

I don’t tell this story often because, for people who aren’t used to trusting the power of a calm state of mind, it is at best weird and at worst frightening. But it’s true, and it happened to me in … Continue reading

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Can we find common ground?

In an insecure state of fear and anxiety, this is how people behave: They expect the worst. They do not trust others, especially others who are “different” from them. They feel on edge and unsafe. They act impulsively out of … Continue reading

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Ask the deeper questions

A flood of questions follows horrifying actions like the Boston Marathon bombing. Who is to blame? How did it happen? Why? Could we have stopped it? Can we keep it from happening again? We analyze each incident with an excruciatingly … Continue reading

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