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Taking Charge of Your Life

How do you live your life? At cause or at effect? It is important to be aware of this distinction. It is the rare individual who always lives his or her life at cause; however, far too many of us live a large portion of our lives at effect - responding to the whims, desires or emotional states of others.


Self Forgiveness is Essential for Healing

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In the waiting room in my clinic, there is a poster that says "Self Forgiveness is Essential for Healing". A patient once asked me what it means and why I put it up there.

There are two main reasons why I put the poster up.


Are You Negative?

"Those free of resentments surely feel peace." -Buddha

When you live your life holding onto negative feelings such as: resentment, revenge, jealousy, feeling cheated, anger, hatred, hurt etc. be prepared to be miserable and live an in unhappy way.

These emotional chains imprison you. Your aura is dark and trust me people pick up on it. Typically the words you speak, the little comments you make about everything and your beliefs reflect that inner ugliness.


Stress, Anxiety and Depression - What is the difference?

Looking after your feelings and emotions is as important as taking care of your body. Most of us take care of our physical health far better than our feelings.

Stress is a normal reaction to what is happening in your life, and it can be caused by good, as well as bad events. A little bit of stress isn't always a bad thing; but being over-stressed may cause a range of health problems including headaches, upset stomach, high blood pressure - even strokes and heart disease.


How to Overcome Procrastination When You Wake Up

There are very few of us that wake up every morning of our life with a great feeling of joy and exuberance. Emotions change like the wind. We all have them, and we all experience the rapid changes in those emotions.

One minute we are as happy as can be; but the next, we're ready to give that guy a piece of our mind - or worse. Emotions, or a lack of the right ones, can definitely put a brake pedal on our motivation - that brings about either hesitation, or procrastination.


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