Tag Archives: judgment

Test how self-compassionate you are

Test how self-compassionate you are. This is a real test that is used for psychological research, by the way. Let me know how you scored. Copy your scores at the end of the test. Post them here as a comment if you are comfortable with that or email/message me with your scores. Here’s the test […]

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Observe your mind before you react

Our unconscious automatic reactions make us miserable. What’s wrong when you’ve tried and you just don’t seem to change? Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) sees psychological flexibility as central to living a mentally and emotionally healthy life. Managing the moment you are actually living in right this second requires you to be psychologically nimble and adaptive. […]

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Reading Material – Finding Your Own North Star by Martha Beck

Here’s a good book– Finding Your Own North Star by Martha Beck.  It hsa been around for a few years but it is definitely worth a read if you have not read it yet. If you read it and your life did not change for the better, read it again- this time, do the exercises. […]

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Living a serene life is not difficult…

Living a serene life is not difficult for those who are not caught up in attachment or aversion. When attachment  and  aversion are both absent, everything is clear and simple. However, if you get caught in the mind when it starts to make judgments about how things should be different, your serenity is split apart. […]

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You are what observes, not what you observe

You are what observes, not what you observe. If that is true, then… ? What are you certain of? Anything? Nothing? It is important.

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