By Peace Quarters Harvard Psychologists Posted on April 25, 2017 Psychologists from Harvard University have put together a list of elements that are suggested to be the key to raising a good and successful child in today’s world. Although these elements are quite simple, they are really important to remember. Five key steps for […]
Let’s Be Real. When we start our paths to enlightenment, we aren’t beautiful, peaceful or smart. That’s O.K. You Must Die to Live Meditation is Not Making You a Better Person – It is Revealing the Person You Are Fearlessness Only Arises from True Tenderness We Need to See Our Most Undesirable Parts War […]
REIKI It is wonderful to see how clients who have identified where they need healing suddenly begin to transform internally after receiving energy healing; even though they sometimes only come out of curiosity, fascination as well as skepticism. Not knowing what to expect. The MODALITY I practice is called, Reiki. It removes blocks caused by […]
Five Surprising Situations Fueling Your Anxiety Here are five ways you may be adding undue anxiety to your life, as well some solutions to help you carry on better, less stressful days. The Anxiety Trigger: Putting Off Little Things Not surprisingly, procrastination is number one on this list. Procrastination has been associated with “Criticism of […]
As I began to love myself I found that anguish and emotional suffering are only warning signs that I was living against my own truth. Today, I know, this is “AUTHENTICITY”
Troubling thoughts appear from time to time and unsettle your general well-being. You can release these thoughts and emotions about situations, people and experiences you’ve had. You do not have to tolerate them any longer.
We fight our nature and go against our own values to please others, usually by subordinating. In order not to hurt others, we hurt ourselves. I had a very profound shift in my personal relationship this year regarding this so-called light/shadow self.
The child speaks what their parent could not. He or she recognizes how their own experience has been authored, how one has been authorized, if unconsciously, to carry their parents’ injury into the future. In rising above the remnants of one’s ancestors’ trauma, one helps to heal future generations.
Dreamers made it all possible. Be a dreamer. Be a hard worker. Make impossibilities possible.
The findings could help therapists treat patients who suffer from the disorders; studies have shown that these types of perfectionist beliefs and behaviors can be eased with cognitive-behavior therapy. If patients can learn to think and act differently when tension builds, they may be able to stop the urge before it starts.