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Are Emotions Hard-Wired or Constructed?

There’s a scene in the movie Star Trek III where Spock, a logical and rational Vulcan, is relearning how to be himself after having his mind transferred back into his body. His training involves answering rapid-fire…

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Shame—Dissolving This Driving Force Behind Addiction Through Mindfulness

Scott Kiloby begins a 4-part Webinar Series on Sunday March 11. Here’s a short article to introduce you to this frequent presenter at SAND Conferences, author, international speaker and founder of the Kiloby Center for Recovery….

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Thomas Hübl’s The Pocket Project: Facilitating the Integration of Collective Trauma

By Julie Jordan Avritt, Thomas Hübl “Thou shalt not bow down thyself to them, nor serve them: for I the LORD thy God am a jealous God, visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon the children…

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A Passion to Heal: Julie Yau

Julie Brown Yau, who uses somatic depth psychology to work with trauma, talks about her practice and describes the joy of returning to the vibrancy and the feeling of life force that results from the healing…

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You Don’t Have To Go There By Yourself, Julie Yau

Julie Yau, who uses somatic depth psychology to work with trauma, describes her work and the joy of returning to the feeling of life force which results from the healing of childhood trauma. You can watch…

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Emotions as Energy Flow and Information

There is such a deeply rooted belief that we must do something with intense surges of feeling and emotion as they wash through: understand them, determine their cause, link them to some life circumstance or person,…

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Negative Emotions are Important for Well-Being

Feeling sad, mad, critical or otherwise awful? Surprise: negative emotions are essential for mental health Emotions are a universal part of being human. From the anger we feel when a shopkeeper is rude to us, to…

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Ego and Defensiveness in Communication: Sharon Strand Ellison

Sharon Strand Ellison, the author of Taking the War Out of Our Words, is a pioneer in the field of eliminating defensiveness. An international communication consultant and award-winning speaker, Sharon is the Founder and Executive Director…

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