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Jun 13, 2018

Am I Safe?

In Pathwork, the spiritual framework I follow and teach, there’s something called “The Now Point.” What this means is noticing what’s happening right now. Not in the future, not in the past, but right now. The Buddhists call it “the present moment.” In any moment when we stop and notice what’s happening there’s a very high likelihood everything is fine. Read more >

May 28, 2018

Pleasure and Positive Sense of Self

When I work with individuals one of the steps we focus on is: “What truly brings you pleasure?” As the person identifies this, intentionally practices pleasure pauses, and experiments with what is their unique and particular expression of pleasure, I notice one of the side effects is they feel more like themselves. I hear comments such as, “When I rediscovered my love of dance and really let it be part of my daily routine I felt so connected to me. It helped me remember who I truly am in my heart of hearts.” Read more >

May 09, 2018

Negative Bias and Pleasure

Frequently, when I’m out and about the subject of pleasure comes up. Seems I’m now associated with the topic! Recent conversations with friends and colleagues have reinforced the significance of pleasure to counter what in psychology we call “the negative bias.” I spoke about this before, but it bears repeating, and perhaps elaborating a bit. Read more >