One of the greatest challenges in our day-to-day lives is keeping our thinking in the present. We … [Read more...] about Catching the moment
Each month we’ve used this column to explore the principles behind life and our life experiences. … [Read more...] about Let’s simplify
Anger would appear to be one of the most prevalent and destructive manifestations of our thinking. … [Read more...] about Who me . . . angry?
As promised last month we are revisiting the idea of “expectations.” This seems like a particularly … [Read more...] about Expectations—real or imagined
Here we are yet again. The festive season is upon us. For many it’s a time of excitement and joy. … [Read more...] about Feeling festive?
In last month’s article we talked about some of the paradigm shifts that have occurred throughout … [Read more...] about The principles in action
From time to time some information comes along that seems to challenge our dearly held beliefs. … [Read more...] about Change your perspective; why not give it a shot?
On the continuum between a calm mind and feelings of anxiety and upset there are many signposts, … [Read more...] about Bother, the pebble in our shoe
When we feel that someone or something outside ourselves is responsible for our mood we have in … [Read more...] about Psychology with June Earle: Who’s driving your bus?
Much has been written about the connection between mind and body. In psychology’s earliest … [Read more...] about Psychology: Connection between mind and body