Tag Archives: mind

shamed Personal Development

Can You Bear To Deal With Your Shame?

Shame strikes you more deeply than any other emotion – straight at your CORE – at the very junction where your physical and non-physical worlds collide.  Shame not only affects your ability to truly know and find affinity with your REAL Self, but as an adult, your ability to show up and function effectively and […]
womanthink Personal Development

The Easiest Way To Quiet Your Mind

Many of us live with the understanding that to turn off our personal chatter and quieten our mind involves us having ‘to do’ something, to either distract ourselves or refocus our attention. Some of us are even unaware of how busy minded we have become. We live with a revved up speed of thought and […]
womanondock Personal Development

6 Techniques To Quiet Your Mind

“My mind just won’t shut up” is the most common excuse I hear when people explain to me why they can’t and don’t regularly attempt to make meditation a part of their daily life. It’s the reason why so many of us feel as if we are doomed to be victims of busyness and scrambled thoughts, […]
relax Personal Development

The Benefits Of Doing Nothing

We live in a society where sitting in stillness and silence, void of any stimuli, is seen as doing nothing – a view polluted with a negative stigma, with the implication that doing nothing is synonymous with being nothing. However, this could not be further from the truth. To sit in stillness is not actually to […]
comfort_zone Blog

The Mental Shift Of Dropping Your Illusory Comfort Zone

One of the great benefits of beginning to see one’s mind as an instrument rather than as one’s “self” is the ability to recognize patterns and to make changes. While the question of “who” is actually making any changes (free will) remains a mystery—or rather when it becomes a mystery, amazing things can happen. I […]