What If Everyone Is a Mirror? What If Life Is An Illusion?

April 23rd, 2016

What if we are collectively projecting our unconscious beliefs onto the “screen” we call the universe, and then believing that our projections are reality and are independent of the thoughts in our mind?

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May The Couch Be With You… NOT!

April 20th, 2016

Don’t waste your life watching other people live theirs. Make the most of your time on the planet. Discover your passion. Explore your creativity. Express your authenticity. Push the envelope. Don’t take life laying down. Especially if you’re retired. That’s the time to start living!

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Psychosomatic Illness Is About Your Mind Attacking Your Body

April 20th, 2016

Unconscious thoughts are converted into physical symptoms. What you think matters!

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Should Children Have Annual Mental Health Check-ups?

April 18th, 2016

When we are children, our parents take us to the doctor every year for an annual physical check-up to make sure there is nothing physically wrong with us. Maybe there should be annual mental health check-ups as well. Perhaps this would eventually lead to a more emotionally-stable adult population in the future.

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Interview With Gabe Berman – Author of “Love Looks Like This”

April 17th, 2016

Gabe Berman is an author, photographer, philosopher, a great soul, and a coffee drinker currently living in Long Island, New York. His latest book, “Love Looks Like This” is a beautiful collection of poems, photographs and haikus.

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Do What You Can To Avoid Being Victimized

April 16th, 2016

When we are victimized, it is NOT our fault. It is the fault of the perpetrator. However, there may be things that we are doing or not doing that increase the possibility that something bad will happen to us, which is why it’s important to pay attention.

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Pay Attention. Haste Makes Waste

April 13th, 2016

Oftentimes we are too busy to read instructions and directions. Or if we do read them we don’t read them carefully. Either scenario can lead to mistakes, a huge waste of time and money, and perhaps a catastrophic outcome if the directions were related to the use of a medication or the assembly of a mechanical/electrical product. We are oftentimes our own worst enemy, capable of avoiding mishaps by putting more time, attention and good judgment into our choices.

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What I Realized After Watching The Revenant.

April 10th, 2016

When bad stuff is happening in your life, count your blessings. Keep in mind that things could be a whole lot worse. #Gratitude

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Boy Shoots Mom With Gun – Being A Zealot Can Be Hazardous To Your Health

April 9th, 2016

It is great to be passionate about a cause we believe in. But at the same time, we need to pay attention and avoid arrogance that can blind our judgment.

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When A Relationship Is Failing, Work On The Bad But Remember The Good

April 6th, 2016

When a relationship is failing, we tend to focus on what’s wrong with
it: our hurts, our resentments, our anger and grievances. Certainly,
these need to be addressed if the relationship is to be repaired, but
what is also helpful in the process of attempting repair is to keep in
mind what’s right and good in the relationship.

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