Ways to Work with Irrational Beliefs

This post was originally published as an edition of the Morsels of Change newsletter. If you like it, you may wish to sign up here! Morsels of Change question to ponder: Who Would I Be Without This Belief? Sometimes I stumble upon an assumption or belief that I’ve been unconsciously carrying around, and I think, “What […]

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How Judgment Separates Us from Others

This post was originally published as an edition of the Morsels of Change newsletter. If you like it, you may wish to sign up here! Morsels of Change question to ponder: How Does Judgment Separate Me from Myself and Others? Once, during an appointment with a therapist, I was describing the judgment I felt toward someone […]

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When Will You Reach for Support?

An earlier version of this post appeared in February 2010 on this blog. Morsels of Change question to ponder: What level of pain do you suffer before you reach for support? Gratefully, I often notice these days that my tolerance for emotional pain has diminished. I deeply appreciate being less strong. For most of my […]

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How Do You Face the Things That Knock You Over?

This post was originally published as an edition of the Morsels of Change newsletter. If you like it, you may wish to sign up here! Morsels of Change question to ponder: How Do You Face the Things That Knock You Over? A number of years ago a teacher told me that sometimes, when allergy season approaches, […]

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How’s That Like Your Life? A Gestalt Self-Awareness Prompt

This post was originally published as an edition of the Morsels of Change newsletter. If you like it, you may wish to sign up here! Morsels of Change question to ponder: How’s That Like Your Life? Last night the Transpersonal Therapy Centre (TTC), of which I am a graduate, held an open house for new students. It seemed […]

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Attention to Your Highest Self

This post was originally published as an edition of the Morsels of Change newsletter. If you like it, you may wish to sign up here! Morsels of Change question to ponder: What parts of yourself get the most attention? A few years ago, Otto Scharmer’s blog post about Attentional Violence made a big impression on me. In short, […]

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Conflict — Illuminated by the Enneagram

This post was originally published as an edition of the Morsels of Change newsletter. If you like it, you may wish to sign up here!  Morsels of Change question to ponder: What’s your default position when faced with a problem? How does it clash with the default positions of those with whom you come into conflict? […]

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Growth Happens at the Edges

This post was originally published as an edition of the Morsels of Change newsletter. If you like it, you may wish to sign up here!  A question to ponder: Where are your edges? In one of the personal growth / spiritual / psychological books stacked in my current reading pile, I came across a paragraph […]

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Two Days That Have Made All the Difference, Again

I originally put this post up in March 2010, and I found myself thinking of it again this week. I have faithfully continued Reflection Days, every month on the 18th, for nearly two years. My computer-free days took a big hit during a volunteer stint that took up half of 2011, but I’ve invited them […]

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Reflection 2011, Visioning 2012

Happy New Year! For January only, I will be offering special Reflection and Visioning sessions for folks who would like an hour of coaching dedicated solely to reflecting on their 2011 and dreaming and envisioning their 2012. After spending a number of years working with people to get clear on where they are, where they’ve […]

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