EMBODIMENT. You wouldn’t think it would be such a challenge to embody our true self. After all, it’s our TRUE SELF. It’s who we really are.
Recently, the AAIT Fellowship Training Group explored the ins and outs of creating identities to achieve conscious goals. This is such an exciting and liberating way of moving towards goal achievement.
Anniversaries can sneak up on us, leaving a feeling of loss, a sense of something really not right, sorrow or maybe irritation. My father took his next assignment on March 31, 2013.
For days I’ve been thinking of him, reviewing the long days of his last days, remembering the sound of his laughter which is no longer easy.
Between my first and second years of graduate school, I spent the summer teaching juggling and yoga for Supercamp. This was an innovative camp aimed….
If it’s not clear to you yet, Acceptance and Integration Training is a full paradigm shift from traditional talk therapy. That’s not to say that all the skills….
This little post on kindness popped up for me the other day. I wrote it last year on my parent’s wedding anniversary.
As my mom was preparing for her “next assignment,” we talked a lot about the astrocytoma that was consuming her brain like a wildfire.
WHERE SHOULDS HIDE.
Can you believe she did that? She should have …
I feel so bad. I should have …
I know I should, but …
Gnosis – deep experiential knowing that is personal, beyond conceptual. This past Sunday, I facilitated a Gnostic Intensive. The aim of this intensive is that participants have at least one Gnostic experience regarding one of the four primary questions:
Resolving reactivity reveals HIGHER states of consciousness.
Famed psychiatrist Roberto Assagiolo states “On a low level of consciousness there are no solutions, and on high level of consciousness there are no problems.”
“It’s been a total paradigm shift from last week. This is seismic. I feel like I’m on a new planet. It’s like ending a war.” That’s how a client described her experience after a single session. The problem she addressed was not quite being able to bring things to completion.