Dr. Gabor Mate on Our Health
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A Self Study Guide for Wellness
What is the Classic Wisdom for the Modern Human Self Study Guide and why does everyone need a copy?
A Life Of Quiet Desperation? Just Say No.
For those of you who just don’t feel as good as you know you could. For those of you who feel like you are spending and awful lot of time and energy maintaining the “story of you” or are busily decorating your comfort zone to make it a perfect “suffering-free safe space” yet still feelContinue reading “A Life Of Quiet Desperation? Just Say No.”
Teaching & Learning About the Places That Scare You
The following quotes are taken from The Places That Scare Us by Pema Chodron where she describes the exploration of the inner landscape that I believe is sorely needed as part of kids’ education more than ever before: “We’re encouraged to meditate every day, even for a short time, in order to cultivate this steadfastness withContinue reading “Teaching & Learning About the Places That Scare You”
Teaching and Truth
As I write my memoir-in-progress, working title, “Like a Flower Petal Blooming,” I am going to post excerpts from time to time to keep myself fighting Resistance with the capital “R.” Who knew writing a book is like wrestling with satan? LOL This one is a brief excerpt on the theme of honesty and truth.Continue reading “Teaching and Truth”
On Being Honest
“The problem with creating the habit of lying, especially to yourself, is that after a while, you lose your bearings— you can’t trust yourself and you suffer even more. Your identity is compromised, making you less likely to be able to connect with yourself– your inner wisdom– or others. We need good, healthy relationships basedContinue reading “On Being Honest”