What do we do when people let us down? How do we regain trust when someone has hurt us? My reply is perhaps not a traditional approach to trust, and I hope you’ll find it helpful.
How do we cope when someone we love passes away? In this time of Covid, it can be hard to come to terms with what seems to be the senseless loss of those we care for. In today’s podcast, I answer a question from a student whose father has just passed from Covid.
It’s easy for us to be unaware of how sticky our minds are. However, this is something we need to become aware of in order to have a happier life.
Today I answer a question about meditation and working with our thoughts that will clarify what the gap is that we are looking for and why why it is important.
There is a ritual from one of the religious traditions that I find extremely powerful and profound. In today’s podcast, I contemplate how to bring this tradition into our own daily lives.
How can we share what is going on for us and find the balance between vulnerability and being negative? In today’s podcast, I answer a question from one of my students about sharing what she feels with her friends.
We have become very good at taking care of our physical hygiene over these months of this pandemic. However, one thing we are not as skilled at is taking care of our emotional hygiene. It’s not difficult to see how irritation leads to anger and how unhealthy these destructive emotions are for us. In today’s podcast, I discuss why taking care of your emotional hygiene is so important.
These times demand us to ask important and powerful questions of ourselves. In today’s podcast, I challenge you to ask those questions.
Are there ever times in your life when you struggle to make a choice? Is it that more than one option feels appealing and you fear that you might miss out if you choose the wrong one? In today’s podcast, I give you a series of tips on how you can manage choice paralysis.
Why is it that when someone has been abusive or damaging to us, we often hang in there in the relationship? Why is it so hard to walk away? What is it that we are hoping to gain? This is what I discuss in today’s podcast.
One of the techniques I teach you is how to see through your worries as merely stories. However, sometimes this technique is misused. I explain what I mean and how to ensure you don’t do it in today's podcast.
As we get older, we lose old friends faster than we make new ones. So what do we do when we need to make new friends? This is what I will give you some practical tips on in today’s podcast.
What do you do when people aren’t treating you the way you hope they would? Look in the mirror and realise that you have a part to play in it.
Today I feel troubled. There is no way around it. It creates questions inside of myself that feel important for me to answer.
In today’s podcast, I reflect on the struggles of the loss of freedom that so many of us have right now and how we can perhaps look at this a little differently.
It’s a time where many of us are concerned about our health. This is wise. However, if we fixate and become overly anxious about anything, this can become problematic. In today’s podcast, I answer a question about this from one of my students.
In today’s podcast, I answer a question from one of my students who is unsure if it is fear stopping her or if she is merely going down the wrong path.
Each year we go through a process of creating resolutions for the New Year. Right about now, we often realise that we are failing at them. What if I told you that you weren't and it is merely a shift in the way you think about these resolutions that is needed?
Each day we literally give our happiness away by without even realising it. However, understanding the way these subtle hooks steal our happiness we can change our relationship to them and find a faster way to happiness.
These times are unprecedented. How can we get through with sanity when so much is happening?