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Lynne McTaggart
When more hearts got broken open
Lynne McTaggart  
One of the most moving workshops I have given in recent times took place in Istanbul, where Dr. Salah Al-Rashed, the Deepak of the Middle East, invited me to join 90 people from 14 Arab countries, who were part of a 10-day cultura [more...]
 
Carl McColman, MA
Three Forthcoming Books On Silence You Won't Want to Miss
Carl McColman, MA  
Over the next six months at least three noteworthy books on one of my favorite topics - silence - are scheduled to be published. So I thought I've give you a head's up in case you might be as interested in these books as I am. Two [more...]
 
Karen Erlichman, MSS, LCSW
Grief-fullness
Karen Erlichman, MSS, LCSW  
This morning I heard about the death of singer Aretha Franklin age 76. I was ironing my clothes for work, and I had to stop, sit down and allow the Read More [more...]
 
Magdalen Bowyer, MA, RPC, CEC
Mothers, Find Ease Yes You Can!
Magdalen Bowyer, MA, RPC, CEC  
In a session with a beloved client this week about mothering her son, she said to me, "I don't know how to find ease." Really? I'm not buying it. This is a woman stuck in Victim consciousness. Here's the thing you mothers have to [more...]
 
MindHacks
After the methods crisis, the theory crisis
MindHacks  
This thread started by Ekaterina Damer has prompted many recommendations from psychologists on twitter. Can anyone recommend an (ideally brief) introductory paper or post or book explaining what makes for a good theory? For exampl [more...]
 
Janelle Alex, Ph.D.
Tooth Caring Ideas
Janelle Alex, Ph.D.  
Teeth (Tooth) Whitening A mouth of stained or discolored teeth suggest age and wear. On the other hand white teeth represent youthfulness and innocence. It should be the goal of [more...]
 
Sandeep Gautam
Basic Needs: The Maslow-Erikson Mashup
Sandeep Gautam  
There is some evidence that ontogeny parallels phylogeny as far as cognitive development is concerned. What this means is that the same stages or steps that a species has evolved through also recur when the embryo develops into a [more...]
 
Laurie Dupar, RN, MCC
What is your ADHD Procrastination Style?
Laurie Dupar, RN, MCC  
Do you feel like you are always playing catch up, missing deadlines, or putting off activities you planned to do for things that are less important?  If so, you are not alone.  Twenty percent of individuals identify themselves as [more...]
 
Jasmine Briggs, MA
Is it Possible to Study Leadership?
Jasmine Briggs, MA  
A report by Forbes detailing the recent data on leadership statistics reveals an alarming fact. Apparently, as many as 4 out of 10 tech leaders are failing the highest failure rate in any essential industry. The reason for this [more...]
 
Dr. Rosie Kuhn
Positive Discipline Part 3
Dr. Rosie Kuhn  
Part 3 I've Never Been Here Before Every morning we wake to a new day a new version of our children, of our work, our lives, and of ourselves. Truthfully, none of us have been here before. The remarkable reality that surrounds [more...]
 
Joseph Wilner
Dream Chaser Lesson One: Have Gratitude for the Small Victories
Joseph Wilner  
"Be thankful for what you have; you'll end up having more. If you concentrate on what you don't have, you will never, ever have enough." - Oprah Winfrey The post Dream Chaser Lesson One: Have Gratitude for the Small Victories appe [more...]
 
Kristy Sweetland, MA ACC
Lose the armor. Keep your heart.
Kristy Sweetland, MA ACC  
In 2015 I was asked to contribute a short personal anecdote to a sweet little book compiled for Doctors of Veterinary Medicine graduating from vet school programs all over the country. It was driven by something called the VetTeam [more...]
 
Mary Harrell, PhD.
The Shadow and a Safer World
Mary Harrell, PhD.  
You might be familiar with June Singer's BOUNDARIES OF THE SOUL: THE PRACTICE OF JUNG'S PSYCHOLOGY. Singer's words about the part of personality that Jung called the "shadow," are particularly interesting to me, since so much of t [more...]
 
Faith Freed, MACP, LMFT
What Are You Thinking?
Faith Freed, MACP, LMFT  
You may be an expert at observation in general, but can you perceive your own mind? Instead of looking at the scenery, can you look within? You know your thoughts create your experience. But how often do you subject your thoughts [more...]
 
Heather Markel
Creating Your Money Pillow One Simple Idea to Start Creating Comfort and Wealth
Heather Markel  
You know what really sucks? Working your ass off, finally feeling like you have a flow of clients and income, and then looking at your bank account and realizing that you have no "money pillow." You know, the nest egg that you can [more...]
 
Annette Wagner, MA
Noticing. Remembering.
Annette Wagner, MA  
Recently I was at a birthday party for an old friend, and despite being in a noisy restaurant, there was a part of the conversation that stuck with me afterwards. The woman I was talking to asked what I did for a living. So, of co [more...]
 
Lauretta Zucchetti, MATP
Live Life as it is "supposed" to be lived. Here is how
Lauretta Zucchetti, MATP  
  Most of us live life based on the limitations and the beliefs we were taught. We can't do or say this or that, we are not that capable or likable so why take chances, we stay where most people stay (history has proven why, they [more...]
 
Sofia University
Digging into Your Psyche The Power of Writing
Sofia University  
Diana Raab holds a Ph.D in Transpersonal Psychology  from ITP at Sofia University, is an award-winning writer, poet, memoirist, blogger, speaker, and author of nine books and over 500 articles and poems. She's also editor of two a [more...]
 
Suzanna Yahya Nadler, MEd. LPC
The Nativity & Our Inner Selves
Suzanna Yahya Nadler, MEd. LPC  
During the Christmas season one powerful image we are presented with is the Nativity, a visual feast of various selves in our psyches. To explore this I encourage you to first draw the Nativity making sure to include angels, anima [more...]
 
Bethany Jacobs
"I can't" or "I'm scared"
Bethany Jacobs  
I stood at the gym this morning looking at a piece of equipment I'd never used before.  I've seen hundreds of other people use it and each time I look at them thinking about the work out they're getting, slightly envious. But this morning was differe [more...]

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