An abstact painting of white, red and black colors.

We all have felt pure love because it is what we are. Love is the essence of who we are. We are all love but we forget where we came from. It is part of the game of separation. We feel that we can’t love or we cannot be loved: “No-one loves me. I am […]

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Every day people struggle with negative feelings. Some folks move in and out of them easily, while others get stuck in them and choose to end their lives. When a celebrity takes their own life the media is quick to respond. TV and radio show hosts bring on experts to discuss suicide prevention and ads […]

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A woman meditating.

Nowadays we’re living in a world that’s constantly and rapidly changing, fueled by a performance-driven busyness where high expectations and stress makes us run even harder. And as if that’s not even enough, the storm in our heads never seems to subside. We’re haunted by thoughts, worries, and judgements and often live on autopilot, which […]

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A collage of a woman with no body pulling a necklace around her neck looking at a white bird flying away from her.

I have a secret superpower. Want to know what it is? Ok, I’ll tell you in a minute but first let me tell you what it allows me to do. It allows me to create my reality. I get to choose what happens in any given situation or circumstance, shaping my present and future to […]

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A collage of two statues, a man and woman, talking to each other.

I would like to survey some themes from Modern Psychoanalysis of the Schizophrenic Patient by Hyman Spotnitz. What is it about? Well, in the preface he explains that his intention in writing this book was to provide an educational manual to students at “modern” psychoanalytic institutes. When I was a student at the New York […]

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Grief for Dummies

November 6, 2018

A lot of dark ink stamps that look like people.

Grief is a dark place and a roller coaster of unfamiliar emotions. For those of you who haven’t experienced it yet the following will prepare you to some degree. The unraveling of grief is a painful process of suppressed emotions. When emotions are suppressed it leads to illness, depleted energy, and mental health issues. I […]

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An abstract painting with a mix of bright and dark colors.

When I had my first panic attack a little over two years ago I thought I was dying. There is no better way to describe it, even though I have no idea what death actually feels like. I couldn’t breathe and I was convinced that this was the end. It was scary and horrifying and […]

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A woman swan diving through the ground and into the sky.

Traveling is a great, effective treatment for especially two very common conditions, “stuckness” and “notknowingness”, which are often strongly interrelated. The mind plays a significant role in this, creating unhelpful thoughts such as, ‘Who am I? I don’t know what to do. What’s the next step? What is the right thing to do?” Well, if […]

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