Healing isn’t an event; it is a process that takes place over time in our physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual inner world. We are all gifted with an innate ability to heal ourselves; our mind-body is constantly striving to return to homeostasis or balance.
Everyone wants to meet his or her Soulmate ... "the one." Many of us spend years obsessing about meeting our soul mate. Still, we fail to realize that we are asking for perfect love from imperfect people, such as ourselves.
’Tis the season . . . to head home for the holidays and reconnect with our families and loved ones. In theory, this sounds joyful and magical; however, in practice, we all know that time spent at home is not always filled with peace and harmony.
The healing nature and phenomena of dreaming are among the oldest concerns of humanity. In fact, the oldest dream report is recorded in Sumerian texts dating from the end of the third millennium B.C.E. Dreaming is a most fascinating and perplexing experience of the mind.
In a fraction of a second, our lives can be utterly devastated by a tragic or traumatic event. Trauma is an embodied experience, a physical and emotional response to an event that causes shocking, unbearable pain.
Relationships and interpersonal connections are seminal to the human experience; love shapes, supports and inspires body, mind, and soul. Romantic love is complicated and paradoxical in that it is a basic need, yet we are all wired for love differently.
Lady Gaga recently announced that she took a 3 year break from recording to deal with her mental health. Good for her - what a wise thing to do. In sharing her struggles publicly, she is helping to break the stigma of managing our mental health issues.
Often, we need to make changes in our relationships, work life and or daily habits. The brain likes to choose the familiar over the unfamiliar, so we all need solid tools to support us in implementing the changes that we want to make in our lives.
What is an Intentional Philosophy for Parenting? Discipline is not about punishment but about teaching and integrating the brain so that children can develop critical thinking skills, self–esteem and become caring responsive adults who thrive.
Authentic love is the ability to attune to someone else’s inner world, hold them in your heart and mind, and allow them to be who they are. The experience of loving and being loved is messy, yet it is the most vital part of our human experience—it shapes, supports and inspires our body, mind and soul.
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