Letting Go…of Anger

Anger is an emotion, same as happiness and sadness. And this means that anger in itself is not a problem, but rather what we can do when we are angry. This is the same as happiness and sadness… after all, if I get so happy that I start spending all my money, then that’s anContinue reading “Letting Go…of Anger”

Exam Season – ready for this?

Exams are one of the main stressors for young people, and this stress can really affect our productivity. Here are some tips and ideas which can help you this exam season. Create the right working environment Have comfortable furniture to sit on. Get a larger desk, giving you more comfort when spreading out notes andContinue reading “Exam Season – ready for this?”

How to Love Yourself in a Few Easy Steps

Getting to know yourself, and loving yourself, can be one of the most difficult, yet rewarding, experiences. After all, you’re stuck with yourself for a lifetime, might as well enjoy the ride.

Music for the Soul

You’ve heard of art therapy, you’ve probably also heard of drama therapy, but what about music therapy? Music therapy involves using sound, or vibrations, to elicit some sort of response from the client. Humans have used music to express emotions for hundreds of years, and music has been so powerful that it has even beenContinue reading “Music for the Soul”

Friday Questions for Self-Reflection

What do you want that you don’t have? What benefit will it give you to have this? Do you feel like you deserve things? Do you only deserve them if you rest or are productive? What is the purpose in your life? What do you deserve? Take some time to reflect on the above questions.Continue reading “Friday Questions for Self-Reflection”

I was in a training a few years ago, and the trainer used the metaphor of an Octopus to symbolise our attachments and relationships to things. In essence, if I have 8 tentacles, and all 8 of those tentacles are in the same object or person, then while the pleasure I get is 8 timesContinue reading

How to disagree, peacefully?

Nonviolent Communication is a communication process developed by Marshall Rosenberg in the 1960s. This type of communication focuses on three aspects: Self-empathy  – defined as a deep and compassionate awareness of one’s own inner experience Empathy – defined as an understanding of the heart in which we see the beauty in the other person HonestContinue reading “How to disagree, peacefully?”