Posts Tagged ‘Psychology’

Snuggling Uncertainty

What would happen if we challenged ourselves to snuggle with uncertainty? We fear it, we avoid it, we struggle more because we are clinging so hard to an idea of certainty. When really, the only certainty through our lives is uncertainty. I believe we get convinced of “certainty” from an early age. For many reasons…

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Bonus: Old Dogs Learn New Tricks

This week’s quick self-check Shek Check, is dissolving the idea that “Old dogs can’t learn new tricks”. So I know something I got in the habit of doing, (and actively trying to stop) is placing limiting beliefs on others. “This is how they are, they will never change”. I realized that limiting belief of others…

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Bonus: (de)Serving You

“Sometimes it is you who isn’t giving you what you deserve” – We talk so much about how much we deserve, from others. We think so much about how much we deserve, from others. We get caught up in the emotions and actions that are born from that. Affecting a lot in our life. If…

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Checkin’ Building Brain Waves

Mindfulness and Meditation have become extremely potent in caring for my Mental Health.  However, with its popularity there are growing misconceptions that actually miss the point of how it is utilized. Something my guest today addresses openly on his YouTube channel Building Brain Waves . “Building Brain Waves”  explores Nelson’s own journey with  Anxiety and Obsessive…

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Checkin’ Religious Trauma Recovery

Religious Trauma Syndrome is a result of chronic abuses of extremist religions and impact of severing one’s connection with one’s faith. Comparable to a combination of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)  and Complex PTSD (C-PTSD) My guest today, Andrew Jasko, was formerly a Pentecostal Christian minister and missionary to India. Although religious faith was his life’s…

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