Calming Mind Storms

Calming Mind Storms

My books and blogs speak enough about what to do (or not do) when you are experiencing “mind storms” of anxiety, anger, frustration, or an oncoming depression. “Pain body” or “Painmaker” attacks can create a whirlwind of uncontrollable suffering that leaves someone feeling as if they are a victim of their own mind and emotions.

For this week, rather than focussing on what to do or not do when these mind storms come, instead focus on the clarity or peace that is present when these mind storms are NOT there.

Pressure From Parents

Pressure From Parents

My question is how does one move past from the past? In other words I’m realizing as I get older that there were things about my childhood which have affected me until now and I haven’t addressed them fully within myself. Feelings of having to be perfect and be “successful” and to be independent and not too sensitive etc. I feel guilty putting it into words because I didn’t lack anything growing up and my parents were loving to their best abilities...

How To Deal With Regret

How To Deal With Regret

This week I thought I would share something on dealing with regret, inspired by a quote from my children's book "A Tale Of Two Ninja Kids: A Martial Arts Adventure Story".

In the book, one of the main characters, Martin, questions his ninja master on how someone can deal with regrets in life...

Freedom From Resistance

Freedom From Resistance

“You see, they don’t realise that everything is a reflection of themselves. The way you get trained to think, is that everything around you should yield to you, be there for you, do what you want, and that it doesn’t matter how you treat the things, what signal you send out, or how you handle the things that you want to go well for you…”

The Power Of Belief

The Power Of Belief

It is useful to look at what you are believing in your head.

Thoughts are one thing. The belief in them is another.

Our training is to always believe in every thought that arises. For many people, this becomes limiting, since their thoughts are not always constructive to the rest of life.