Grief accumulates and our bodies become the storage tanks for all our losses and painful emotions because we were never given the tools to appropriately process our loss experiences.
How a Heart Coherent State Helps Your Relationships
Going into a heart-coherent state allows us to listen and speak from the heart. We can shift out of criticism, defensiveness and contempt into a respectful and loving interaction. Heart-coherence promotes that we are less reactive, able to think more clearly and to problem solve effectively.
The Effects of an Attitude of Gratitude
The media are selling us a hostile and scary world. We can unconsciously allow that feeling space of fear, or we can consciously choose to give energy to the resonance of gratitude and joy. The latter fundamentally changes the world.
Living from the Inside Out
Spiritual teachers, philosophers and scientists have been striving to answer the question “What is happiness?” for a long time.
Depression and anxiety are almost epidemics today; peace, joy and happiness seem more elusive than ever. Why is that? Are we perhaps focusing too much on the conditions, the relative facts of our life? Do we allow those relative conditions to prevent us from choosing happiness and fully experiencing it?
Our Heart at Peace Vs our Heart at War
Conflicts happen all over the world and start with our own personal disharmonies and conflicts in our individual relationships. What exactly causes the start or the escalation of a conflict? It is not so much the actions we take that invite war, but the way we are while taking them. The same action can be performed from a heart at peace or a heart at war. What determines which way we interact with others?
Tears Are the Pearls That Heal the Soul
Are all tears the same? Have you ever wondered if and why crying is beneficial to our health and mental well-being?
A Son’s First Hero and a Daughter’s First Love
As adults we can examine our stories about our father and change them. We can choose to continue with the narratives of hurt, disappointment and resentment which we might have been stuck in, or we can get to know the person our father really is.
Knowing Our Sensitivities and Vulnerabilities
Do you know your own vulnerabilities and your partner’s? What do you do to help each other feel safe and secure when your sensitivities are triggered?
In the Now
As children the now belonged to us, until we moved further away from us, from our true essence…
Suppressed emotional issues consume tremendous amounts of energy and have a negatively cumulative effect. When we jam a cork into our emotional kettle instead of appropriately responding to the whistling, we lose our health, well being and joy.
Inner Critic – Friend or Foe?
Who keeps the spotlight brightly focused on our shortcomings and our failures? Meet your Inner Critic and the other personality parts that play on its team. Find out how not to lose the game it wants to play.