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Getting Off the Hamster-Wheel of "Never Enough" - with Tara Brach


Published on Feb 22, 2017

Getting Off the Hamster-Wheel of “Never Enough” – with Tara Brach (01/04/2017)

The first step is simply getting to know our habitual strategies for trying to feel better about ourselves. 15 more words

Awareness

Thanks Tim Ferris & Co.

This podcast http://tim.blog/podcast/ has been my companion on many a journey to work. I discovered Tim Ferris through an interview he did with the amazing  212 more words

Meditate Like It's CrossFit 

I’ve been sitting on this post for over a year. I’ve rewritten it in my head dozens of times. I’ve taken it on a test drive with patients and myself. 2,312 more words

Tools Of Titans

Guided Meditation for Opening and Calming

 

 

A quick, simple and effective meditation led by Buddhist Clinical Psychologist Tara Brach.

With her calm, soothing voice Tara guided you in the process of quieting the mind, first by focusing on the breath, and then letting go of all effort, and just resting in what is.

Guided Meditation

The Space Between Stories - Tara Brach

These days we are seeing all around us a lot of turbulence, inner and outer…The tendency when we get stirred up – and this is for all humans – is to go into a kind of habitual “jungle mentality,” also known as our stress reflex. 465 more words

Consciousness

Val Boyko reblogged this on Find Your Middle Ground and commented:

Tara Brach shares an important perspective for our times, with a concern about how we respond to uncertainty. Its worth a read! If you like this (and live around Philly), then please consider joining me on March 11th at Hummingbird Yoga and Massage for a special gathering: Finding your Middle Ground in Challenging Times - 9 Practical Ways to Handle Stress and Find Contentment. You can find out more about the workshop on FaceBook or website www.relishyoga.com  

The Space Between Stories - Tara Brach

These days we are seeing all around us a lot of turbulence, inner and outer…The tendency when we get stirred up – and this is for all humans – is to go into a kind of habitual “jungle mentality,” also known as our stress reflex. 465 more words

Consciousness

Friday forgiven

When I speak passionately,

that’s when I’m least to be trusted.

– Louis Gluck

Today I need to practice the mantra “Forgiven, forgiven” heard in one of the talks of…

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