Emotional Wellness

Eat What Bothers You

Eat What Bothers You

Everyone tends to have thoughts or regrets or emotions or beliefs or worries or anything else inside that bothers them. It might be something that you think you missed out on, made a mistake on, or a belief that you feel is hard to shake, but is holding you back in life...

Undisturbed: A Guide To Emotional Wellness - Introduction

Undisturbed: A Guide To Emotional Wellness - Introduction

The aim is not to stop feeling emotions. Let all emotions come. This book aims to show that emotions are not wrong or bad, and need not be clung to or given such great importance. Emotions are fleeting, they are not meant to be held and kept, they are energy movements that come and go. To hold and cling on to emotions is a habit of the human mind, and it ends up creating great inner turmoil.

Controlling Things With Your Mind

Controlling Things With Your Mind

Can you control a situation with your mind?

Recently I was speaking with someone who was becoming stressed over a situation. A good thing was about to happen, it seemed as if it was all going to go smoothly, and then a very slight hiccup suggested that it was not yet in the bag, it was not yet a certain, done deal...

The Value Of Nothing

The Value Of Nothing

Sometimes you have to spend some time, really doing nothing. Not even meditating, or trying to meditate. Not doing anything. It does not even have to be for long. There is so much value in just closing off from the world temporarily to let your mind begin to sort itself out, or rather, to allow the intelligence of stillness to break through into the mind again...

How To Deal With Inner Resistance - Guided Meditation

How To Deal With Inner Resistance - Guided Meditation

A common question I get asked is how to let go of inner resistance to one's own thoughts, emotions and feelings. People seem to have glimpses of freedom, only for resistance to return, and apparently become unshakeable. If this is something that rings true for you, this guided meditation may help.

A Tip For Social Anxiety

A Tip For Social Anxiety

One of the biggest underlying causes of social anxiety can be the belief or feeling that a certain outcome will mean that "I" will die. Not physically, but psychologically. 

If the whole room is judging you in a certain way, or laughing at you for something, it is easy to feel as if you are shrinking down to nothing without your old identity to rely on anymore. We feel as if something like that will mean we will lose who we are, as if we are dying in some way. And that can be scary...

Yes! I'm Finally Depressed!

Yes! I'm Finally Depressed!

What if you were born into a world that told you this:

“There will be a time when depression comes for you. It doesn’t always come for everyone, but if it comes for you, we want you to be aware of it. When it does come, if it does come, then tell us. We will arrange a party...

How To Deal With Painful Memories

How To Deal With Painful Memories

Are you a victim of memory? Do you feel like you are? This page aims to show you how to deal with painful memories.

Often people can become victims of their own minds, feeling as if their past weighs down heavily on them. Painful or traumatic events from the past can seem to linger on and re-live themselves inside their mind and bodies, and gradually more and more past pain builds up inside, and life become a burden.

5 Ways To Deal With A Bad Mood

5 Ways To Deal With A Bad Mood

A bad mood is often like an irritable or heavy energy that takes over your body and mind. It sees through your eyes and thinks through your thoughts. It is an energy that descends for a while and then leaves. If you take it to be who you are, rather than an energy inside you, then it will feel more intimate and sometimes impossible to shake...

How To Overcome Anger With Someone Who Is Hurting Another Person That I Care About?

How To Overcome Anger With Someone Who Is Hurting Another Person That I Care About?

Question:

There is a member of my family who is hurting another family member. I don't know how to let go of the anger and helplessness I feel. I don't feel pain on my own account, but the person being hurt is young and unable to manage the hurtfulness. How can I overcome these feelings?