Events don’t happen in isolation. Both in the planets and in our lives, understanding the context can help bring awareness to the patterns.
The “Good Trait” That May Actually Be a Trauma Response
Being cooperative, deferential, and accommodating are often praised — especially in children. But these behaviors and attitudes can also be signs of one of the lesser-discussed responses to fear and trauma.
The Question You MUST Ask to Conclude Every Year-End Review
Year-end reviews provide us with crucial information as we plan the coming year. Don’t waste yours by neglecting to ask this crucial question.
Exploring The Light Shadow
When doing shadow work, the first traits that often come to mind are those generally considered “negative.” But our light can also be in shadow.
The Most Effective Way to Change Your Thoughts
Adopting a new way of thinking doesn’t come from sitting still. You need to take action.
3 Reasons Why Habit Change is Hard
You can’t change what you can’t see. And you won’t change what you want to keep.
How to Train Behavior
We may think we are more sophisticated than dogs, but when it comes to training behavior we’re really not that much different. Except for one crucial distinction.