Tag Archives: Mind

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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EFT Manual Available March 15

EFT is a simple sequence of points on the body that one can tap on themselves with fingertips to alleviate a wide variety of physical and emotional symptoms. The location of the points is based on the principle underlying the … Continue reading

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The M Word, Revisited

I think it’s fair to say that nothing I ever say or write is very original – today the repackaging seemed futile, so instead, here is an excerpt from “Chapter 5: Mindfulness” from The Seeker’s Guide by Elizabeth Lesser: The … Continue reading

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Skiing Lessons

My husband and I visited Snowtrails twice this weekend in the face of impending spring temperatures. It’s a little ski “resort” in Mansfield, Ohio that we have visited several times this year. Small place, but under an hour drive, so pretty … Continue reading

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