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24
Feb
Posted in Blog on Feb 24, 2014

Ahhh – Stress!  
You have enough… but do you really know what it is?

Stress is the body’s best effort to accommodate your conflicting intentions:

  • “I have to, but I can’t”
  • “If I don’t, they’ll be mad”
  • “I’ll be punished, but I still want to”

These were all laid down as children, complicated by adolescence and stressful now! 

14
Jan
Posted in Blog on Jan 14, 2014

Do you know the difference between Fear, Terror and Panic?

Whatever we fear isn’t happening yet – it’s imagination.

Terror is a bottom line body-brain reaction to a real, present time threat.  

Panic is when either one takes over the other’s brain circuits!
 

To explore in more detail, check out the upcoming workshop: Your “Compassion Fatigue”

2
Jan
Posted in Blog on Jan 2, 2014
gratitude, rituals, wants ,support

For many of us, the holidays just passed brought into sharp focus the contrasts between our inner and outer worlds.

  • People, rituals and memories reenacted and absent
  • Environments re-entered and carried around with us
  • Confusion between present wants and passed needs

All help to drowned out our sense of Self. And they can still give raise to equally powerful and expansive changes which seem appropriate as the new year is upon us.

5
Dec
Posted in Blog on Dec 5, 2013
Nelson Mandela

“If you talk to a man in a language he understands, that goes to his head.  If you talk to him in his language, that goes to his heart.”
                                                                    - Nelson Mandela

 

11
Nov
Posted in Blog on Nov 11, 2013

… began as your “Infant’s Overwhelm”.  

A great many of us share an urgent need to somehow make things better in the world – but the price of doing so is feeling what isn’t working, appropriately named “compassion fatigue”.  

While an infant, nearly everything is intense, and often too much so.  A necessary part of growth and adaptation is learning to selectively filter, numb out or even shut down – exactly what cannot be done when developing compassion as an adult.  

30
Oct
Posted in Blog on Oct 30, 2013
senses, time, connect, distance, lost

“What is most amazing is not how our senses span distance or cultures, but how they span time.  Our senses connect us to the past, connect us intimately in ways that most of our cherished ideas never could.”  - D. Ackerman

You have at least thirteen senses.  Can you feel which ones you ignore?  

On Nov. 16, we will look for the lost ones…

8
Oct
Posted in Blog on Oct 8, 2013
gratitude, visioning, explore

Welcome to IA’s new interface with the world!  Here you will find stories, information on Teachers and Events, explorations and “how-to’s”, perspective on issues important to you personally, a bit of history and future visioning – as much as possible to aid you in embracing what you wish for.  

7
Oct
Posted in Blog on Oct 7, 2013
brain, mind

How do the Brain and Mind differ?

It is important to realize that the brain and the mind are not the same at all.  The brain is an organic, physical part of your being.  Specific tests of its condition and activity are directly available by technological means.  Numerous treatment options exist.

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