Bryon Katie is one of my favorite authors. She provides simple techniques to question our thoughts and beliefs. One of her core messages is: when we argue with “what is”, we suffer.
Take a minute and think about issues that you may be suffering. Most likely, you are fighting “what is” and focusing on “what should be”. Some of the thoughts and beliefs are based on what you understood and accepted as a child. Perhaps this is a thought and/or belief that has persisted in…Continue
Added by Shervin Hojat on October 30, 2011 at 9:07pm — No Comments
When we are under pressure and stress we behave and react differently than when we are content and happy. We sometimes get upset when our friends and family, under stress, behave in a strange, indirect or childish manner. We may get upset or misread their behavior by leaving them alone when they actually need our attention the most.
Do you know how your mate, friends or family behave when under stress? How do you communicate under stress? Do you talk about the source of…Continue
Can you name your companions? You may name your mate, friends, parents or kids. Are they truly your companions? Most people think companions are only people. In reality we spend the majority of our time with our thoughts as our companions.
How much time do you spend with your companions? Do you spend thirty minutes, an hour or two hours with friends and family? Who are your companions the rest of day? Can you name them? Are they thoughts and feelings? Are they focused…Continue