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The weird things I do to other people (and they pay me!!)

  I keep getting questions on what this whole energy work and Emotion Code business is all about. I understand – this thing about releasing people’s inner blocks with long-distance (!!) energy work sounds rather nebulous. I’ll try my best to explain it all here.   **WARNING: IT ALL SOUNDS VERY WEIRD. OPEN YOUR MIND FOR THE NEXT FIVE MINUTES! :)**   1. What kind of strange things do I do during an Emotion Code Read more…

One week into practicing mindfulness: It works.

Remember the Bell of Mindfulness (a browser plugin that regularly chimes a bell to remind you to breathe mindfully) I wrote about last week? Some of you tried it and found it helpful, and so did I. It’s surprising how much such a tiny bit of mindfulness practice can do, and also how easy or how hard this practice can sometimes be. Here’s how I did in my first week of (attempted) mindfulness since my Read more…

Getting off the high speed train into the here and now. {Practicing mindfulness instead of postponing happiness}

  All my dreams of how I imagine a happy life boil down to one thing: living in the moment and enjoying it. Why? Because my happiest memories are of being in nature, or in a beautiful place, like an interesting city, or my bed, completely enjoying the present moment. Being still, singing, or in a good conversation. NOT of staring at a screen or rushing to get something done. I have these memories because Read more…

What goal do you want to serve in 2014? (And what goal are your really (unconsciously) serving?)

Yesterday, I read a brilliant text about where to start if you want to change a system: “Places to Intervene in a System” by Donella H. Meadows. It is actually written with regards to changing national and global (economic, social, etc.) systems; but since a system is simply “a set of two or more interrelated elements, which can be subdivided into parts” (Meadows: p. 7), human bodies, minds, and lives count as systems, too. How Read more…

Food for thought as the year ends

Dear readers, it’s been a while since I last wrote to you! I’ve decided that from now on, I’ll write the kind of stuff that I would be happy to have in my inbox, that is, something fresh and surprising that snaps me out of my boring, habitual thoughts and feelings. Here’s what did it for me last week:   Something to consider as you think about how you want to live in 2014:   Read more…