Tag Archives: emotion

On Mood

Maggie in a recent comment gave me the idea to write about mood and I am quite happy to reflect on the subject. I am not an expert, but I know a little bit about the impact of stress on … Continue reading

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On Anger

For a while now I am planning to start writing about emotions.  Looking at them for what they really are and what they want to tell us. What is their purpose, their function and how do we generate them. How … Continue reading

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Emotion and disease

What is the relation between stress, addiction and disease? The question still is why do we cause ourselves harm and we said there are three different kinds of disease – karmic, provoked by external factors and lastly conditions caused by … Continue reading

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Looking at oneself…

.. through the intelligence of the body by Paul In Brandon Bay’s book, “The Journey: A Road Map to the Soul,” she describes a process that she was given by an unidentified spiritual teacher. A student asked what to do … Continue reading

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The rat king

The more open I become, the more surprises I get. There is so much “emotional garbage” in this body, who would have thought! It is very much like cleaning out a basement – behind all the clutter you find even … Continue reading

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4 questions and a turnaround

Learning to use Byron Katie’s method of  four questions and a turnaround (by Abitiki) These are some examples of doing ‘The Work’, beginning over a year ago. At the time I was becoming aware that I had the emotional maturity … Continue reading

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Fear points to our greatest strength

Fear is much more complex than just a thought or a pattern. Fear is an emotion, an intrinsic process triggered by a more or less conscious perception and it’s subsequent interpretation. I think there is an instinctual component to fear … Continue reading

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Fear is the demon. Fear is the protector

Fear is our protector. Fear is the demon of the past. In the Vedic philosophy of creation, fear arose in the moment the „I“ came into being. If there is a sense of I, there is also the instinct to … Continue reading

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