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mindful awareness

By Joanne Bagshaw, PhD

Working with clients via telehealth therapy platforms has many advantages, particularly in terms of maintaining accessibility for treatment during the COVID-19 pandemic.

By Anatasia S. Kim, PhD, coauthor of It’s Time to Talk (And Listen)

Yes, absolutely. As long as you’re not looking to mainstream news or social media for the answers.

An excerpt from Mastering Adulthood: Go Beyond Adulting to Become an Emotional Grown-Up

Working with Your Here-and-Now Experience

By Kamlesh Patel author of The Heartfulness Way

“Sacredness” is another superfine concept in life, like “etiquette,” “reverence,” and “respect.” The word comes from the Latin root sacrare, meaning “holy,” so something is sacred when it deserves veneration because of its Godliness. Sacredness can be about places—like temples and sacred grounds—and it can also be about people, music, ideas, processes, thoughts, and objects like idols. It can be about ceremonies, symbols, geometry, moments, and existence. 

By Michael A. Rodriguez, author of Boundless Awareness         

Take a moment to think back to when you were a young child. Remember how everything was open, interesting, mysterious, vibrant, new, and fresh? Remember how curious and joyful you felt? Remember how the world was full of endless possibility? In short, remember your innocence?

By Rob Brandsma, author of The Mindfulness Teaching Guide

“The conscious mind is a self-healing mind,” says psychiatrist and philosopher Roger Walsh. He is right. Just look at fear for example. The message of fear is, “Flee.” Our first impulse is to follow this instruction. So we think and act in an attempt to escape the fear.

By Matthew McKay, Publisher and co-founder of New Harbinger Publications

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