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Dreams as gateway

Dreams as gateway

By engaging with our inner world, we enter into a deeper dimension of consciousness and tap into our most precious resource of creativity. An important gateway to these inner dimensions is through dreams. Dreamwork is practiced by Buddhist monks, and can be used as a doorway to awakening (ironically). It can transform your relationship to […]

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Has a disagreement gotten the best of you? Find out how to get ‘unhooked’…

Has a disagreement gotten the best of you?  Find out how to get ‘unhooked’…

Ever find yourself ruminating over and over about an argument or disagreement or a conversation with someone? The words or situation keeps coming back to haunt you, getting in the way of relaxing or fully appreciating life? You got “hooked”, and there you are struggling on your meat hook and no way to get off. […]

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Compassion or Over-Care

Compassion or Over-Care

For people who care deeply for others, it is often difficult to distinguish between balanced care and over-care. Over-care is misconstrued as affection, compassion, care-taking or empathy. An example of over-care is worry. Does worrying really do anything for someone else? Worrying does however, take a toll on your own health: causing stress, anxiety, aging, […]

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