Tuning in

by brynna on September 29, 2012

Developing and sustaining curiosity about what is discovered within  is often the beginning of a pathway toward new possibilities.  It is in pushing away, trying to ignore and distract from experiencing parts of oneself that seem to ooze out in ways that are problematic that those parts often become “louder”, more insistent to have their way.  They become more extreme, entrenched and rigid.  In a safe context and at a safe pace tuning in to those parts of you can become a pathway to healing and greater ease.

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September 9, 2012

“You can’t go around being what everyone wants you to be, living your life through other people’s rules, and expect to be happy and have inner peace…The person looking back at you in the mirror is the one you have to answer to every day”. — Dr. Wayne Dyer

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Swimming in a river of feelings

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I recently heard a great quote.  It goes something like this: “I can navigate the river of feelings because I know how to swim”.  I know that paying attention to difficult thoughts, feelings and experiences can be scary and sometimes feel overwhelming.  But, in a safe setting and at a safe pace, tuning into, examining […]

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Your capacity

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There is so much to find out – about your capacity to create more of what you want in your life.  There is also the discovery of what is actually within your grasp to change (you)  – as well as how to better manage the things which lie outside of  your control.  There is a […]

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Making things more manageable

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Did you ever watch Mister Rogers when you were little?  He was so kind and wise and patient.  Here is one of my favorite things he said:  “Anything that’s human is mentionable, and anything that is mentionable can be more manageable.  When we can talk about our feelings, they become less overwhelming, less upsetting, and […]

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Thought for the New Year!

December 23, 2011

“The irony is this: if you don’t go in, you can’t find out” — Richard Stine

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