When I politely but firmly stopped accepting “I don’t know” for an answer from my character-disturbed clients, I was astonished at how easily I began to get more straightforward answers that actually made sense.
‘Mindful Awareness’ at Psychology, Philosophy and Real Life, Page 17
The following articles are related to ‘Mindful Awareness’ at Psychology, Philosophy and Real Life.
This list is sorted chronologically, from newest back to earliest.
Once you have taken one step forward, one thing which is certain is that everything will look different. And you cannot see things from that position until you are standing there…
How does catching our own errors and correcting them protect us from stress? Can doing so also protect us from addiction?
Is anger a finite substance that can be let out or kept in, which “goes off” if it is kept in, and feels good and constructive to let out? Is any kind of emotional energy like that?
Is this what therapy is about — just removing what is holding us back, what stops us growing properly, what hides our beauty and is sometimes downright painful? Well, if nothing was planted in the first place, then removing the weeds would only make room for more weeds…
I know what I am talking about is almost too personal to be articulated properly and also something that everyone either has or will have gone through at some time in their lives.
In the previous post, I had a bit of a vent against both “positive thinking” and “negative thinking”. Is the answer not to think at all? Not according to the most helpful way of living with the power of thinking that I have ever come across.