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Let’s face it: Life is often very hard. So who among us doesn’t need a pep talk from time to time?
So today’s post is a little different. It’s a pep talk, a letter of encouragement, a note from me to you that you can bookmark, file away, and open for those times when you’re struggling and in need of care and reassurance (because let’s face it, we ALL have those times). It’s a personal pep talk to help see you through your own tough times. If you’re ready for a boost, keep reading…
Anxiety is a normal and natural human emotion that everyone experiences at times. And while anxiety may be unavoidable to a certain extent, you can definitely cultivate some tools to help you more effectively manage and deal with it so it doesn’t impact your daily life so strongly or so negatively.
So in today’s blog post, I want to share with you four of my favorite and most effective tools to ease and manage the everyday anxiety you may be experiencing in your own life.
In this two-part post, I want to walk you through an interactive practice and set of questions to mindfully close 2015 and consciously welcome 2016.
I’ve found this practice to be grounding, healing, clarifying, exciting, and fruitful in helping me show up more powerfully and creatively for my life and, in the spirit of the season, today I’d like to share this ritual with you.
I arrived at Esalen Institute a few days before Christmas in 2007 and spent nearly four years living on the cliffs of Big Sur learning how to be in better relationship with myself, others, and the world in general. Here are 44 lessons learned from my time there.
One of the most common things I hear in my therapy practice goes something along the lines of this:
“I feel stuck. I just don’t know what to do or how to decide about [fill in the blank about career, relationships, life choices in general…]. What do I do? How do I get unstuck?”
Does this feel familiar?