What is love-based psychology and how may it help you becoming more caring and compassionate to yourselves and others? David Bedrick asks us to look within to something we find difficult, disturbing, or upsetting and provides tools to look even deeper to help in diminishing that source of pain.
When you embrace a new day make a commitment to bring at least one of the following suggestions into your life for peace and simplicity. 1. Make a choice right now to…
Thoughts are just thoughts, they come and go and there is no need for us to get on the thought train and actually become the thought, but it does take a certain vigilance to be conscious of not becoming the thought. Wake up each day and make a commitment not to jump on the ‘train of thought’. Instead, make a choice to begin watching the stories your mind tells you and become the observer of your thoughts. When you begin to let these stories be present without action, they will come and go just like the moment they arrived.