How to Ditch the Drama in Your Relationships
This is a phenomenal journalistic piece which explores the particular PTSD experienced by people who accidentally take another’s life. Highly recommended reading, sharing, pondering, bringing compassion… https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2017/09/18/the-sorrow-and-the-shame-of-the-accidental-killer?mbid=nl_170911_Daily_Monday&CNDID=26249229&spMailingID=11897312&spUserID=MTg2NDc2MDI4MzAwS0&spJobID=1240943615&spReportId=MTI0MDk0MzYxNQS2
“The Laika don’t live by rules or ideas. If they want to change their world they don’t pass new laws, they choose to change the way they perceive a problem.” ─Alberto Villoldo, Ph.D.
What is the Story behind your Emotions? By Brené Brown on Sunday July 3rd, 2016 http://upliftconnect.com/change-your-story/
It seems trite to say: ‘let’s loosen up a bit, stop taking things so seriously!’. But seriously, let’s. It’s way more fun.
The Measure of Intelligence is the Ability to Change ~ Albert Einstein
This paragraph was shared with me today, and as Gratitude is a skill I teach so very often, I thought to share it! Other words for this include “Finding the Gift (in a situation)” Here goes: “Gratitude is rooted in appreciating and recognizing the inherent value in something — whether welcomed or not. It requires an opening […]
“Changing your personal myths requires interacting with familiar stories in new ways so that you can use those energies more wisely and efficiently.” ─Alberto Villoldo, Ph.D. “Change Your Story – Change Your Life!”
Unresolved trauma from our family of origin can cause many of our repeating patterns and puzzling issues in our daily lives. Psychology calls this dissociation. We remedy this with Soul Retrieval ~ removing the “hot button” that activates these old memories, some of which may not even be active ones, hiding from us to protect […]
You do know you talk to yourself in your mind all the time, right? Pretty much every one of us has a non-stop stream of thoughts – a mental monologue – that has a powerful impact on how we feel, how we behave, and how we live our lives. Too often, this mental monologue consists […]