I have a friend, a warm and delightful person, to whom I can turn for advice, insight and a felt sense of indefinable uplift. His intuitive power and intelligence are self-evident. As he talks with me in easy conversation I feel safe and confident in his ability to take a balanced and compassionate view. Until […]
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I’ve added three more article ‘reprints’ to the Dynamic Living archive. One of them has already been published as a post but the other two are new. They are: Have you hugged your anger today? * Find out why recognizing and accepting your anger can be a major help in life: and how to achieve […]
This is a short post to announce the addition of the first article ‘reprints’ from Dynamic Living. I’ve included a full index but I’ve only had time to add links to the first six articles. These articles tend to be much longer than typical posts and cover these topics: What is Dynamic Living? Issues for […]
Mary hates herself because she’s short and rounded; Robert despises his narrow chest and receding chin; Yvonne detests her curls; Colin abhors being bald. We all know these people and sympathize with them because they are ourselves. We wouldn’t spurn Mary, Yvonne, Robert or Colin for their physical characteristics and – unless we’re having a […]