Group Rituals for Healing in Grief

The funeral is an essential group grief ritual after the death of someone loved. But long after the funeral, group rituals can and should be performed to activate all six of the needs of mourning, including, of course, Mourning Need 6, receiving and accepting support from others. Would powerpoint course …

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Caring for Ourselves

The good news is that simple tools are available for caring for our minds and bodies and for renewing our hope and strength. When we care for ourselves, we create healthy brain chemistry, giving us the capacity for healthier relationships. We need to care for our minds by taking care …

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Be A Yes, Not A No

A big part of the work I do involves leading weeklong training sessions for people who want to learn to teach Baptiste Yoga, be leaders in their communities, and experience personal transformation. On the surface, these are yoga-teacher training, but really they’re about individuals breaking through to their real …

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Talent is Overrated

The real gift of our studies is that it definitely proves that talent, innate inbred talent, the sort that comes with your meal ticket attached to it, comes up short if faced with Deliberate Practice.
Why? Mainly because cognitive thinking and behavioral theories, the basis for Deliberate Talent, demands that …

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