Where Kindness Comes From

Do you allow your natural kindness to shine forth?

“Kindness is an inner desire that makes us want to do good things even if we do not get anything in return. It is the joy of our life to do them. When we do good things from this inner desire, there is kindness . . . → Read More: Where Kindness Comes From

Is Unconditional Love Realistic?

Do you have the expectation that you will receive unconditional love from a partner?

Most of us would love the experience of being loved unconditionally by someone. This is the experience we needed when we were growing up, but most parents are not connected enough with themselves and their spiritual guidance to be able . . . → Read More: Is Unconditional Love Realistic?

Embracing Panic

Discover how to manage panic in a way that allows it to dissipate rather than escalate.

“That’s the strange thing about panic – when we lean into it, it loosens it’s grip on us.” Daniel Siegel, M.D.

“The power of reflection allows us to approach, rather than withdraw, from, whatever life brings us. And when . . . → Read More: Embracing Panic

Can We Run Out Of Love?

Is your experience of love that it is scarce and limited?

“Thousands of candles can be lighted from a single candle, and the life of the candle will not be shortened. Love never decreases by being shared. ~Chinese Proverb

There seems to be a myth that love is scarce – that there is only . . . → Read More: Can We Run Out Of Love?

Do You Believe You Are Worthy of Love?

Do you sometimes find yourself resisting receiving love because you believe you don’t deserve it?

Have you ever heard yourself say, “I’m not worthy of love,” or “I’m not worth loving,” or “I’m unworthy of God’s love”? I frequently hear this from my clients. Do you find yourself in resistance to receiving love – . . . → Read More: Do You Believe You Are Worthy of Love?

Friendship: Connection or Neediness?

Do you have problems having truly connected friendships?

Friendship is a big topic. There are people who always seem to have many friends, and others who can’t seem to find the way to make friends. Some people have deeply connected friendships, and others have only superficial acquaintances. What accounts for these differences?

A part . . . → Read More: Friendship: Connection or Neediness?