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Category Archives: Feelings & Emotions
A few years ago, I was on a 5 hour drive with my husband. He had fallen asleep (so obviously I was driving!) and I had slipped into this cool ‘zone’ of being totally in the present moment. I felt … Continue reading
We live in a society that believes that facts, science and rationality will solve all our problems, and yet we are still ruled by our feelings and emotions. Suppressing and AVOIDING our difficult feelings simply blocks us from learning valuable … Continue reading
It’s hard to accept things that are difficult, unpleasant and painful. And I don’t know about you but I read all the time in spiritual or self-help books about “Acceptance”, “Surrender” or “Allowing” painful feelings. What does it actually mean … Continue reading
OK, if you noticed the question seems a little odd, it’s because it’s a trick question. Instead of asking when WOULD be a good time? I asked you, when would NOW be a good time? We all procrastinate sometimes – … Continue reading
The feeling of guilt is unpleasant – and it’s meant to be! It had an evolutionary purpose so that we would literally feel bad when we did ‘bad’ things. It stops us doing them again – and helps us to … Continue reading
Feeling guilty is something we all have to deal with from time to time. Guilt serves a purpose in society – when it’s reasonable. True guilt is MEANT to make us feel bad, so that we make amends, rebuild our … Continue reading
Sometimes we feel stressed, overwhelmed, guilty, pressured, anxious. It’s easy when we’re in these states to get caught up in our stressful thoughts and feelings, so it can be helpful to have a quick-fix technique to cope with stress. NOTE: … Continue reading