Compassion is the recognition of suffering and the desire to ease suffering in ourselves and others. Why is it so important?
Blog: Create a Lasting Recovery
Once we cultivate the capacity to be more mindful in our day-to-day relationships with our mind and the life that unfolds around us, many new possibilities arise.
You can choose to believe the stressful thoughts or question them and choose another line of thinking. You can pause and observe your own experience.
How can we shift our relationship with our mind and not fall victim to habitual habit patterns of reactivity? Here is a four step process we can follow.
Recovery is ongoing and requires a creative approach as we make new choices each day that build a life of purpose and meaningful connection.
You should know that meditation has some drawbacks if you like staying where you are in life.
Intuition is the key to allowing joy to bubble up from the depths of your being. Explore how to influence the course that your life will take.
Although seldom done to intentionally lie, exaggerating and using absolutes potentially creates communication problems, plus fails to support cultivation of a personal practice of living ethically.
Studies of addicts reliably find extremely high levels of all kinds of childhood trauma and chronic stress, including physical, sexual and emotional influences.
If you are faced with a care-giving role personally or professionally, here are some tips to support your balance and health.
Because trauma is stored in the body, treatment to ease trauma must involve the body.
In touching the pain of recent and long-held griefs, we come face to face with our genuine human vulnerability. It takes courage to grieve, to honor the pain we carry.