Anxious woman with fingers on her temples, stressed out.
04/20/2017
Anxiety is among the most prevalent mental health disorders in the world. It often intersects with other mental health ailments like depression and eating disorders, making it a persistent and... read more
04/19/2017
How do we reach for a better feeling! Where is that better feeling? This video contains intense dynamic work, and it may or may not involve Cheetos.
Section of metallic spiral staircase.
04/10/2017
It is not possible to lose 30 pounds. It is not possible to write a book. It is not possible to clear out all the clutter. You know why? Because it is only possible to lose a few ounces a day... read more
03/24/2017
Today is an enthusiastic F.U. to anxiety and panic. And Betsy struggles to remember Pat Benatar's greatest hit.
03/23/2017
We have found bubble wrap to be SO helpful that we did another little mantra/meditation about it! Pop away the anxiety but try not to knock yourself out like Betsy has (several times).
03/22/2017
Always innovating and pushing the edge of therapeutic methods. Today we practice some alternative therapy involving bubble wrap, which sadly goes horribly wrong.
03/21/2017
You do YOU Today even being a hardcore rapper can be authentic.
03/21/2017
Fresh start. New beginnings. And...oh no...Betsy's up to old patterns. Today let us not forget to address our inner rapper!
WOman mentor looking over and advising young man.
03/21/2017
Over and over again, as I navigate my circles of peers and friends my age, it amazes me how often I've heard the phrases: "I don't have a mentor." "How do you get a mentor?" I find... read more

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08/29/2016
Disappointment is, literally, failing to keep an appointment. Which is why I think it hurts a little more than the other bumps and bruises of life. When you feel disappointed, you are feeling... read more
silhouette of two people jumping for joy in front of ocean sunset
08/15/2016
by Kira M. Newman | Greater Good Science Center Did you know that happiness has its own holiday? Four years ago, the General Assembly of the United Nations proclaimed March 20 to be... read more
hands of relay racers passing the baton between them
08/08/2016
“Poor leaders drop the torch making it difficult if not impossible to pick up again. Mediocre leaders pass a dimly lit torch. Outstanding leaders pass the torch with fire blazing.”... read more
two hands clasp and reach out to help one another over rocks
08/01/2016
When faced with the necessity for change, moving forward requires both energy and a deep rootedness as you make the necessary adjustments to hold your balance. It is not easy to move forward when... read more
starting piece and dice at first square of board game
07/18/2016
The symptoms of Getting-Ready-to-Get-Ready syndrome include feeling like you can’t possibly move forward until you lose ten pounds, get a degree, receive permission, know the right people, have... read more
dark doorway in brick garden wall
07/11/2016
Are you ready to admit that what you will and what you won’t are one and the same process? That as recognition of a figure requires a background, the sense of being “oneself” requires the... read more
sunset with person sitting at end of dock in lake
07/07/2016
“One can have no smaller or greater mastery than mastery of oneself.” ~ Leonardo da Vinci What I really am inquiring about is self-mastery …. Part II: Being the victim allows me to... read more
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06/27/2016
by Kathleen Daley | Pachamama Alliance Myths of ancient indigenous cultures claim that the universe began with one root sound, which permeates the entire universe. According to ancient Vedic (... read more
paved road bridge going off into horizon over water
06/20/2016
I work with leaders ­ people who have a position of responsibility to other people. I find that they are influenced by one common factor: what they are seeking to accomplish in their life, is also... read more

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06/16/2015
“Great things are done by a series of small things brought together.” ~ Vincent Van Gogh
03/19/2015
“A simple life is not seeing how little we can get by with—that’s poverty—but how efficiently we can put first things first. . . . When you’re clear about your purpose  and your priorities... read more
02/19/2015
"Gratitude awakens another way of being in the world, one that nurtures the heart and helps to create a life of meaning and purpose. The old barriers no longer confine us and the old fears no... read more
02/13/2015
Excerpt from Ch VIII: BEING Appreciation for the Inward Outlook results in a developmental process which ongoingly unfolds us. Humor is a sense, much like sight or hearing, that we have as a... read more
02/13/2015
Excerpt from Chapter VIII, “BEING”, pp. 77-79 “Through practicing this outlook over time, life experience becomes ongoingly easier—not the circumstances so much, but rather the capacity to address... read more
02/13/2015
"We're Always At Square One" I'm pretty good at slowing down ... until I'm not. Sitting here by the fire on a cold night in New Hampshire, cozy, wearing my new grey cable knit sweater (... read more
02/13/2015
“One’s purpose statement—a realization of who one is at core, who one wants to be as a presence in one’s world, and what one wants to bring to one’s life experience and to the experience of others—... read more
02/13/2015
Excerpt from CHAPTER VII: THE SILENCE “… All healing transmutation takes place in the Silence. Through the practice of quieting the thinking process, we can turn our attention away from the... read more
02/13/2015
Excerpt from CHAPTER IV: POSITIVE TRANSFORMATIONAL CHANGE “Transformational impact refers to a significant influence that catalyzes a restructuring of perception, which can then result in a... read more

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