Working the Paradox, Consciousness and I I am, or, am I? This question poses a dialectic dilemma. While individuals will ultimately answer this question personally, the journey that underlies the meaning behind this juxtaposition shows that numerous paths are available for consciousness to transcend its paradoxical nature. The verb to be connotes that an entity… Continue Reading
Self-worth comes from one thing - thinking that you are worthy. Wayne Dyer
Struggling with Self-worth? Make yourself worthy through gratitude to receive its abundance. We develop self-worth through the act of being grateful for what we have in the moment.
In this essay, I explore from a depth psychological perspective our growing growing inability to dream, its effects on childhood development, current social woes, and what parents can do to help their children heal during this age of division.
A child’s imagination is limitless. Their emotions are no different. However, unlike their adult counterparts, children have not had the experience of learning effective ways to deal with the rising tides an emotional state can cause. How then, can we as parents, work with our children to teach them effective ways to handle emotionally distressing… Continue Reading
What do you dream of? Are they in service to you, or a hinderance to your life? Find out ways to let your dreams serve your life, rather than hinder the outcomes you seek.
In this article, we explore FOCUS as an ability to create successful endeavors in one's life.
What messages do you send to your children in the throws of a family conflict? Dr. Tom explores a Child Centered Approach to Conflict Resolution.
Good and bad, right and wrong, holy and evil, for richer or poorer, or in sickness and health, life presents us with a series of opposing, yet integrated themes that seem to drive our maturation journey.
Many eyes go through the Meadow, but few see the Flower in it. (Ralph Waldo Emerson) In what oftentimes seems a fool-hearted journey to find balance between work and play, responsibility and fun, family and personal interests, and the dynamic to find harmony within, we often seem to be pulled by two equally opposing, yet completely dependent forces… Continue Reading
“When I was 5 years old, my mother always told me that happiness was the key to life. When I went to school, they asked me what I wanted to be when I grew up. I wrote down ‘happy.’ They told me I didn’t understand the assignment, and I told them they didn’t understand life.”… Continue Reading
New Years is fast approaching. Out with the Old, In with the New explores the tradition of making New Years Resolutions as a means for individuated growth.