Entries tagged with “Fear”
The holidays—or as I like to call them, the holy-days—are upon us: a special season marked by traditions and time with loved ones. This is an especially beautiful time of year for …
Cell biologist Bruce H. Lipton, PhD reveals how the current crisis of today is a catalyst for change.
Fail, Fail Again, Fail BetterWise Advice for Leaning into the Unknownby Pema ChödrönSounds True“In your life you fail,” writes Pema Chödrön in her comforting new book, Fail, Fail A…
The Fear CureCultivating Courage as Medicine for the Body, Mind, and SoulBy Lissa RankinHAY HOUSEAnyone given to chronic fear knows that it acts like a disease—pouncing, then …
The best way to deal with pain is to figure out how to move through it
Phobias developed during our lifetimes may be passed on to our children.
An Interview with Elizabeth Gilbert
The language we use when we speak to ourselves makes a profound difference in how we feel. These tools can help ease you to a calmer state.
“If we are going to survive as a species worthy of survival, we will have to get beyond the limits of ‘us’ verses ‘them’ and open to the truth of all of us together.”
Make fear your ally for the creative process
Become allies with your fears.
Is the appeal of horror films deeper and more ancient than simply wanting to get scared?
Our life is our story, and we can’t rip out any of the chapters. “Each of us is on a hero’s journey.”
I wonder: are there really only two ways to deal with life—either through fear or love?I think the answer is much more complex than responding with black and white answers. But if …
4 steps for moving past fear and achieving your dreams.
You know when you feel stuck? I mean really stuck? Maybe you’re stuck in a bad marriage, or a really crappy job. Or you’re stuck with a body that is causing you grief (for whatever…
How do you react to change?
Dr. Ross Chiaramonte on overcoming dentist phobia. Sponsored Content from Reputation.CA
“While the ‘suddenlies’ of life are unavoidable, when they appear in front of you, it can be helpful to draw on memories of times in the past when you got through something you thought would crush you. Doing so can help you find the courage to trust that this too shall pass and you will be up for the challenges ahead.”
Harsh self-talk is a pattern of learned behavior, and the good news is we can unlearn it.