Tag Archives: control

Ten ideas to live by

March 23, 2013

0 Comments

by Ada Porat —  Living your best life is all about making the most of what you have right now. Sometimes we need to clean the cobwebs from our thinking to do just that. Here are 10 thoughts to motivate, challenge and encourage you so you can make the most of your life now: Nobody […]

Continue reading...

Empower yourself to inspire change

February 26, 2012

0 Comments

by Linda Costello —  Do you want to be more in control of your life? How about more effective and confident? If so, you need to reconnect with your personal power. Personal power means having personal authority, influence and choice in all situations. Empowerment is the process of gaining the knowledge, skill sets and attitudes […]

Continue reading...

Stop seeking life — start finding it

February 25, 2012

0 Comments

by Steven Bond —  Contrary to what you might think, you are actually better off eradicating the notion that you can control your future by manipulating events or circumstances. Control of one’s future by manipulating outcomes simply does not work. The truth is that it is not your place to be a master manipulator. In […]

Continue reading...

The tao of intimacy

February 23, 2012

0 Comments

by Scott Kalechstein Grace —  Intimacy. Connection. Getting close. We are made for it. Yet many of us push it away, guard against it, and treat it as a threat. Or, we are so hungry for it that when we reach for intimacy with another, we cling and grab, and it slips through our fingers […]

Continue reading...

Love: When is it real, when is it an illusion?

February 23, 2012

0 Comments

by Austin Vickers —  Lots of illusions about love exist. I know that I am often confused. Someone tells me they love me, but then acts in a way that clearly does not have my best interests at heart. Sometimes I am the one doing the talking and then notice that my actions do not […]

Continue reading...

Classical homeopathy and depression

February 23, 2012

0 Comments

by Dr. Edward Gogek —  Allie had a long history of depression and bad relationships. When she described her situation, she said, “Why did I spend 20 years married first to a sex addict and then to a pothead? I felt stuck and helpless. Like an animal caught in a trap. Constrained and wrapped up […]

Continue reading...

Cultivating resilience

February 23, 2012

0 Comments

by Ada Porat —  How resilient are you? Resilience is defined as the ability to return to your original form after being bent, stretched or compressed. It is the ability to readily recover from illness or adversity. Life’s setbacks and disasters often arrive without prior warning. And while we may not have a choice as […]

Continue reading...
Web Analytics