Entries tagged with “Empathy”
Is a yawn simply a silent scream for coffee or is it something more? Understand why yawning is a spiritual practice, and how you can include more of it in your daily routine.
Kindness isn't just being nice—it's a superpower.
“Empathy will not heal the hurt world overnight, but can at least make life more interesting. Try these strategies.”
Listening with empathy allows you to deepen your relationships with loved ones and strangers alike.
How loving-kindness meditation taps the roots of empathy
Empathy and compassion, for ourselves and others.
Cellphones may cause a lack of empathy.
There's a crucial difference between a positive outlook and toxic positivity: "It’s very easy to become so focused on staying positive that you end up denying any and all negative experiences."
7 Neuroscience-Based Keys for Transforming the Way We Live, Love, Work, and Connect Across Differences
Empathy and non-judgment lie at the heart of the therapeutic experience. “Strength and brokenness are not opposites.”
An excerpt from Empathy: Why it Matters and How to Get It
A 3-step approach to cultivating compassion and overcoming empathic sensitivity.
Clearing unwanted energy from our system is one of the most important things you can learn, especially when doing Reiki.
Being an empath is all about ‘feeling’ the emotions of others. Sometimes we need extra tools to help us stay grounded and connected.
Abraham Lincoln said that the most effective way of destroying enemies was to make them friends. Sounds so wonderful and wise, doesn’t it? But what about in actual practice? Honest…
This week in Restorative Empathy: How can a former atheist tell his conservative Catholic family he's Protestant? Dear Angela, After years of obstinate atheism and combative agno…
Does it ever seem like you’re crying for no reason? Does watching a sad movie cause you to break into spontaneous crying? You may be an empath.
Therapists Seana McGee and Maurice Taylor explain the dark side of compassion.
Most deeply spiritual people, regardless of their ancestral religion or their chosen path, esteem human beings who exhibit certain qualities, such as empathy, compassion, lovingkin…
At a family holiday dinner last week, it finally dawned on me that certain people I consider smart and beautiful consider themselves stupid and hideous.Granted, I spent most of my …