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Letting go of taking things personally (5)

A practical course in 5 parts “Letting go of taking things personally” is an experiment based on an idea from Eileen. Taking things personally is something that we all do, and at times it really clouds our sense of peace, … Continue reading

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Letting go of taking things personally (3)

A practical course in 5 parts “Letting go of taking things personally” is an experiment based on an idea from Eileen. Taking things personally is something that we all do, and at times it really clouds our sense of peace, … Continue reading

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Letting go of taking things personally (2)

A practical course in 5 parts “Letting go of taking things personally” is an experiment based on an idea from Eileen. Taking things personally is something that we all do, and at times it really clouds our sense of peace, … Continue reading

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Shame and Guilt

I am not a psychologist and know little about the theories of emotions. But I encounter them on a regular basis and I know what they can do to a person’s sense of self-esteem, confidence and ultimately health. This is … Continue reading

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Cleaning out the attic

Imagine you had a glimpse of reality once and suddenly understood, you are not the plane two-dimensional being you thought you were, but there was another huge, multi-dimensional field in the beyondness of your own humanness, a vast nothingness that … Continue reading

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Jealousy

A while ago I listened to an interview with the British primatologist Jane Goodall. She talked about her life in Tanzania, observing and researching the behaviour of chimpanzees. Among others, one of her ground-breaking discoveries was the existence of emotions … Continue reading

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Just too painful…

In the past few years I have had several encounters with people who showed symptoms of Hysteria. Hysteria is not a disease, much rather it is a state of mind, signified by uncontrollable emotional excess. To be “hysteric” in the … Continue reading

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Keep me safe

„Do exactly what you would do if you felt most secure“ This quote from the 13th century mystic Meister Eckhart, made me contemplate today. There was a strong  sense of truth in it, that I could not put in words … Continue reading

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Emotions and disease (2)

I often get asked about the relationship between emotions and disease. There is a lot of interest in the subject and many people intuitively know that there is a close relation between how they feel and their state of health. … Continue reading

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On boredom

Did you ever ask yourself – what is boredom ? Per definition, boredom is a mood, a lasting emotional state, characterized by low interest and low energy. I get bored when I feel trapped in having to do tedious, repetitive … Continue reading

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