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Tapping Into The Unconscious Mind

There’s many ways to dig deeper into the hidden paths of the mind to places we have been unaware off, and unearth memories that have been forgotten and repressed.   One way is psychoanalysis, or in depth therapy. Another is looking closely...

The Ultimate Change Is A Change Of Perspective

“Never make happiness your goal.” These words stood on top of a brief post in a newsletter  I received in my email box yesterday.  It got me curious. And it went on: “Happiness is a by-product of living fully your...

What About Enlightenment

Ever wondered what an enlightened person looks like? Probably not what you’ve imagined. Having gone through rigorous Zen training myself, which left me disillusioned and with ever more questions about what spirituality actually is, I’ve co...

The Wandering Mind

In a stunning study, it was  revealed that our minds are unfocused a staggering 47 percent of the time. That means that on average, we spend half of our waking hours daydreaming, obsessing over our schedules and the neighbor’s dog, plan...

Getting Motivated

We all know how hard it can be to reach goals: lose those five pounds, quit smoking, get an exercise routine going. Not to speak of finding a new job or giving up destructive habits like overspending or drinking. And while it will always be hard to rea...

Creating Awareness

Self awareness is one of our most precious skills as humans. It distinguishes us from other sentient beings and enables us to move past pain and suffering. When we are in tune with our emotions, when we know why they arise, look at them without judgem...

Growing Into Our Own

One of the most pervasive beliefs in our relationship lives is that we need to find or be with someone who can fill our emptiness. The craving comes in many forms: many women look for their Prince Charming, many men look for a beautiful woman that will...

Mind-Body-Connections for Resiliency During Social Crisis

Social Crisis
Famous psychiatrist and holocaust survivor Viktor Frankl states, “Everything can be taken from a man but one thing: the last of the human freedoms— to choose one’s attitude in any given set of circumstances, to choose one’s own ...

What is a Marriage Meeting?

A Marriage Meeting, as explained step-by-step in Marriage Meetings for Lasting Love: 30 Minutes a Week to the Relationship You’ve Always Wanted, is a simple, powerful tool that builds on your natural abilities to keep your relationship ...

Why Can’t My ADHD Partner Be More Like Me?

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
My husband and I work with many couples where one or both partners have ADHD. They often come to us when they are struggling with a marriage that is both frustrating and painful. Both feel unheard and misunderstood. They have tried everything in their ...

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