Tag Archives: feelings

Neglect (Wound Series, Childhood Trauma)

Aug 18, 2016 | Posted by in Feelings, Healing, Neglect, Wound consequences, Wounds | 34
Neglect

Neglect (Wound Series, Childhood Trauma) This article is in the series about Childhood Trauma and Wounds. My last post was about abuse which causes me issues with balancing alone time and social interactions, doubt my worth and my ability to succeed as some examples. Let’s talk about Neglect. I’m going to talk in this post aboutRead more …

Abuse (Wound Series, Childhood Trauma)

Aug 10, 2016 | Posted by in Abuse, Healing, Life, Wound consequences, Wounds | 14
Abuse

Abuse (Wound Series, Childhood Trauma) This article is in the series about Childhood Trauma and Wounds. My last post was about abandonment. Abandonment caused me to doubt the possibility of stable happiness. I also makes me fear to date that I will lose what I really like. I’m going to talk in this post aboutRead more …

Compassion versus Pity (Evil Twins Serie)

Compassion versus Pity

Compassion versus Pity (Evil Twins Serie) In the series of blog posts about Evil Twins – Lookalike feelings that are actually exact opposites – I want to speak about Compassion vs. Pity after having written about Love versus Longing and why it matters in my pursuit of happiness and peace. What is Compassion? Compassion is theRead more …

Small Annoyances – How to Deal with Them?

Jul 20, 2016 | Posted by in Feelings, Healing, Life, Meditation | 18
Small Annoyances

Small Annoyances – How to Deal with Them? Big annoyances rot our joy of life. So we think at least. We actually tend to deal with big annoyances and jump into action to do something about them. With small annoyances we procrastinate, ponder whether it’s worthwhile to do anything, constantly run the thoughts as background noise in our minds. WhenRead more …

3 Prerequisites to Healing Childhood Trauma

Healing Childhood Trauma

3 Prerequisites to Healing Childhood Trauma As I wrote before, I’m a Grown Up Wounded Child under Recovery so I’m on a path to Healing Childhood Trauma. What it means is that I was the victim of Abuse, Abandonment and Neglect in my Childhood. Oh my god you must think I had awful parents. Not at all andRead more …

4 Reasons My Breath is my Life

Jun 6, 2016 | Posted by in Healing, Life, Meditation, Spirituality | 0
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4 Reasons My Breath is my Life Awakening to who you really are is not some mystical experience based on spirits and magic but a process of facing yourself and rediscovering your true nature, the essence of who you are and strive with it. Our Breath plays a central role in this process. Breathing hasRead more …

Fear, Pain and Love Healing my Heart

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Fear, Pain and Love Healing my Heart I am asked often these days what kicked off for me the healing process after years of living a half life. I couldn’t answer because I had issues remembering all the events and how I felt at different times. Healing my Heart I’m a Grown Up Wounded Child underRead more …

Anxiety – How to Manage it Well?

May 4, 2016 | Posted by in Feelings, Healing, Life, Meditation, Wound consequences | 2
Angst,

Anxiety – How to Manage it Well? I realized while talking to many people that problematic anxiety is so common and we are so little equipped to manage it when it’s poisoning our lives. I’m writing this post to share a bit of background on anxiety and pass on some tricks I learned over 20Read more …

Love versus Longing (Evil Twin Series)

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Love versus Longing In Buddhism the core values or qualities that we cultivate are Love, Compassion and Equanimity. All those allow for a life of service to ourselves and the world but all three have tricky Evil Twins that are worth knowing off because they lead us to Darkness instead of Light. The evil twinRead more …

Grieving and Letting Go

Feb 19, 2016 | Posted by in Feelings, Healing, Meditation, Wounds | 2
Grieving person

Grieving and Letting Go When thinking about grieving I always thought about very painful but rare events – like death, sickness or loss of love – that we needed to get over with in order to move on. Since I started my journey into self-healing I started realising that this process is a continuous process, lettingRead more …