The worst is over. We are taking you to the hospital. Everything is being made ready. Let your body concentrate on repairing itself and feeling secure. … Things are being made ready at the hospital for you. We’re getting there as quickly and safely as possible. You are now in a safe position. The worst … Continue reading Evidence for Positive Suggestion.
This is how you change the thoughts in your head, you have a top down approach to reprogramming your dictionary. You get a pen and paper, and you write down a load of negative words, the kind of words you yourself use often, like, setback or troublesome and then you oppose them, with words that … Continue reading Need a Kinder Self-Talk? Then you need a Kinder ‘Inner Dictionary’.
Intellectual Self- Harm is the term I have started to use when discussing our internal dialogue, our self talk, our inner bullying. Because this is what it is, and no matter how much you think your thoughts cannot harm you, after-all; Sticks and stones may brake my bones but words can never harm me. Really? … Continue reading Intellectual Self Harm.
Why does Jung's beautiful quote adorn my main page, and why does one from Freud not? Because Jung makes me fall in love with myself, with my fellow kin. He widens my search for life and embraces it with his view of divinity. He tells of how our unconscious mind drives our conscious and how … Continue reading JUNG Love in a FREUDulant World.
Once upon a time a neuroscience student went into the lab at lunch time eating an ice cream in front of a wired up monkey. The monkey had some sort of sensor helmet thing on, which picked up where the brain was being activated. As this student licked away at his ice cream in front … Continue reading Visualisations are Practice Rounds. Monkey See, Monkey Do.
First of all, if you see me chasing my children down the street begging them to behave, understand this, I am not perfect by any means. sometimes the world gets on top of me, and I forget how to deal with things like a human being who has self control, will, understanding and energy. When … Continue reading Getting The Behaviour We Want From Our Children.
I once advised a client to drive with no destination for an hour of time out for herself, and just see what happened, be open to where she would end up and what she would do. I told her that 'driving' in her world; meant 'going somewhere to do something' and that she should cleanse … Continue reading Drive With No Destination