Calm in the middle of Chaos Chaos follows adversity. We might experience shock, dismay, a sense of being buffeted about, a loss of control. Though unpleasant, some misfortune will enter our human lives. How do we navigate it in a way that allows us to stay afloat? William James, the father of modern psychology tells [...]
Don’t miss tonight’s event – Sept. 18th – view from ANYWHERE – Create your NEW Story: Committed people on your team – you do not have to do it alone!
Don't miss tonight's event: September 18, 2013 Create your NEW Story: Committed people on your team - you do not have to do it alone. Participate from ANYWHERE - 1.5 hr interactive program with author Joan C. King Register at http://www.ustream.tv/channel/joan-c-king Watch the program LIVE and text in your questions! 4:30 pm Pacific [...]
Flooding in Colorado This is the scene in Buckhorn Canyon, next canyon to the west of our canyon - Redstone Canyon. There are no floods around our home! Two roads in our canyon were flooded. We received a reverse 911 call Thurs – to either evacuate or stay put for days. I chose to stay [...]
Rollo May, Ph.D. Psychologist, author of 15 books, including The Courage To Create,who along with Carl Rogers and Abraham Maslow was a founder of humanistic psychology asks, “What if imagination and art are not frosting at all, but the fountainhead of human experience?” Fountainhead? That is a powerful word, defined not only as source, but [...]
"Escape the confines of STRESS!" So many of us live with prolonged stress, whether from pressures at work and/or home. Nevertheless, decisions that affect our future or that of others must be made, even while we are experiencing chronic stress. A study by researchers in Portugal published in the July 2012 issue of Translational Psychiatry [...]