Tapping Into Patience

Life is like a vast landscape with both soft grass and sharp thorns; impatience rails against the thorns, patience puts on shoes Rick Hanson, author of Buddha's Brain Life can be challenging. We all have so many things to do, places to go, people to see and there is not a moment to lose ... […] Read more »

How To Make Progress By Being Intolerant

Imagine setting out for a long, delightful walk in the countryside. After a few miles of happy wandering you notice that you have a stone in your shoe. Would you: A. Stop as soon as you could to take the stone out of your shoe? B. Keep walking, ignoring or distracting yourself from the discomfort, […] Read more »

Tapping Into Self-Compassion

"Always remember that you are absolutely unique, just like everyone else" - Margaret Mead Problems are a problem. Life is full of difficulties; they come in all shapes and sizes from the trivial and mundane to the life changing and heart rending. To make things worse we have a problem with ourselves having the problem […] Read more »

Why am I making no progress?

Some people feel like they are making no progress in their therapy or self-development. Whatever they do, things seem to stay just as bad as before. It can be both discouraging and frustrating, some people even give up trying. To understand one of the reasons for making no progress (and some ideas to help get […] Read more »

How To Take The Heat Out Of Indignation With EFT

Have you ever had an attack of indignation? You're probably familiar with the hot feelings of anger and injustice that wash through you when you feel you are wrongly accused of some misdeed. It may even be followed by a feeling of righteousness as you work through all the ways in which you are right […] Read more »

How To Use Questions To Get Unstuck

How are your New Year resolutions going? Are you making progress, or are they stalled? Most people express their resolutions as statements: to lose weight go to the gym three times a week to learn Spanish Even if it's not New Year, you probably have a list of tasks you want to do, for example: […] Read more »

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