Individuals

  1. Awaken individuals to the reality that they are not living their lives as free adults who can choose to create their heart’s longing
  2. Inspire them to remove the emotional and psychological barriers to their heart so that they can discover its purpose
  3. Help them develop a plan to pursue their passion
  4. Engage them in a practice which will support them to stay on the path to become who they were born to be
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Awareness is the Key

One of the most challenging tasks facing us is remaining aware and conscious in the moment.  I touched on this a little in the Live in the Moment blog, but here I want to focus on the conscious and awareness parts.  So much of my blog discussions involve helping you understand how the mind works []

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Filed under [ Parenting, Relationship, Self ]

Live in the Moment

How many times have we all heard this statement?  But when you stop and think about it for a moment, pun intended, what does it really mean?  Life is a successions of moments,  occurring right here and right now, in this moment, and this moment and this one.  If we figured out how many moments []

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Filed under [ Self ]

Assertive Response to Anger

My intention with this blog is to pull together some of the salient points from the last four blogs and tie them all together to demonstrate an assertive response to anger.  Few of us are able to respond assertively to anger.  Most of us fall into one or more of the types of anger expressions []

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Transforming Passive Anger

In prior blogs I have discussed two of the faces of anger.  Today I will cover the third one, passive anger.  People who express their anger passively usually direct it toward themselves.  They tend to blame themselves when things don’t go right or when they are in conflict with others.  They think very poorly of []

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Harnessing and Transforming Passive Aggressive Anger

Continuing with the discussion on anger, expression of passive-aggressive anger is probably the most difficult to harness and transform because it is the most elusive.  Individuals who express their anger with this style have a difficult time getting in touch with their anger and releasing it in any overt way.  Consequently, it is very challenging []

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Harnessing and Transforming Aggressive Anger

If you read the last blog then you should have a pretty good idea as to which style of anger expression is yours.  By the way, you may have a combination of anger expressions with different people and different situations.  For example, you may be more aggressive at work and more passive-aggressive at home, etc.  []

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Filed under [ Emotional Universe, Self ]

Three faces of Anger

“Holding onto anger is like grasping onto a hot coal with the intent of throwing it at someone else.  You are the one who gets burned.” — Buddha The next several blogs are going to focus on the Emotional Universe.  My intention is to familiarize you with the emotional neighborhood that resides within you so []

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Love -Ahh What is it?

I was reflecting on the celebration of Valentine’s day and I was struck by how strange a concept it is: putting aside one day a year to celebrate love.  Where is love the other 364 days of the year?  OK, I can hear many of you bemoan that it is just a contrived celebration created []

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Don’t Worry be Happy

      My life has been filled with terrible misfortune; most of which never happened.   Montaigne Worry is one of the most unproductive, and often destructive feelings in our emotional universe.  The feelings associated with worry include fear, insecurity, agitation, irritability and an overall sense of restlessness.  The bodily sensations associated with fear []

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You Are Not Uniquely Disturbed

Did you ever wish you were inside somebody else’s head? Of course you did. If you stop to think about it right now, you could probably come up with several individuals whose minds you wish you could read. If you are interviewing for a job, you probably would love to know what they think of []

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