Tag Archives: Mind

Mindful Positivity

Have you noticed this gift we all have for identifying imperfection? I consider myself to be a certified expert, despite my lack of proof. Though, I suppose my graduate degree in policy analysis could support my case. We spend oodles … Continue reading

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Sometimes the Best Thing To Do Is Nothing

Whenever a topic seems to come up several times on my radar from different places in a short time, I try to take notice. I figure maybe there’s a message coming at me from somewhere. This time the message seems to … Continue reading

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What’s wrong with right now?

I have become acutely aware lately of how many moments I spend wanting to be somewhere else or at some time in the future. When I am in the mood to, and I remember to be present, it’s pretty easy … Continue reading

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On Compassion

Procrastinating productively today… Listening to a recording of Christopher Germer on compassion right now. Germer is a clinical psychologist interested in compassion as it relates to mindfulness and psychotherapy. He states research finds a greater link between self-compassion and happiness than between mindfulness … Continue reading

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The Power of Belief

I have been reading a lot recently about the mind/body connection in my research on mindfulness and meditation, but also in other places, like literature about alternative medicine. EFT is one form of such alternative healing. Others include Reiki, acupuncture, … Continue reading

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Failure IS an Option

Last year I had started to read on Dr. Mercola’s website and in other blogs about how interval training was showing benefits beyond traditional ways of exercising. I had heard about Fartlek training’s superior ability to improve fitness for runners … Continue reading

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Depression, or something else?

Almost all of my clients, and I now have 12, are depressed, or depressing themselves, or exhibiting depressive symptoms – whatever you like. Some of them refer to the handy television commercials in lieu of a description of their actual … Continue reading

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