“If you want to conquer the anxiety of life, live in the moment, live in the breath.”
― Amit Ray
It was a beautiful summer day and we were enjoying a gorgeous walk in the park. The clouds were stunning, the air was fresh, life was amazing. Stacey and I had been chatting
From the article, Feeding and Needing in Psychology Today (Feb. 2017):
“Eating disorders have multiple roots. Problems with other people can be both cause and consequence of eating disorders.
I remember being in grad school and my Abnormal Psychology professor sharing that per the Diathesis Stress model, we all have a propensity towards the vulnerabilities and stresses of daily living. His lecture that day has been with me ever since. In a sense, we have certain inclinations to experience bouts of sadness, anxiousness, and fearful
Any great individual, be they a storyteller, architect, doctor, professional, creative genius, author, teacher, or student of life all have one thing in common- they/we have continually created and recreated themselves. From the blueprints of self, we have transformed, sharpened skills, created exaction, blossomed from uncertainty, and grown from
Many people have interpreted karma as an “eye for an eye” and have come to see karma as punishment. I have often heard people say, “I must have done something really bad in a past life to deserve this.” But that is not really how it works. The concept of karma should not be used to make us feel