“In three words I can sum up everything I’ve learned about life: it goes on.” Robert Frost In mindfulness-based psychotherapy there’s a technique called “urge surfing” that’s used to help individuals overcome addictive and impulsive behaviors.
Posts Tagged ‘Awareness’
“Locus of control” is the extent to which individuals believe that they have control over an event in their lives. Having a more internal locus of control means we believe we have more control over the event. Having a more external locus of control means we believe that outside forces (other people, the environment, God, [...]
How is consciousness the bedrock of personal development? What are the key steps toward regaining consciousness of our lives? In this article, I attempt to answer these important but often difficult questions. I then share 5 fundamentals on Regaining Consciousness, as laid out by psychology blogger Sam Spurlin. These fundamentals aim to cultivate a higher [...]
Opportunity is just as much dependent on external circumstances as it is on our views and attitude about the world. When we actively change our thinking and perception toward a more opportunistic mindset, we can actually invite more opportunities into our lives. Many people are perfectly capable of discovering opportunities that greatly benefit their lives, [...]
The Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Workbook covers many different techniques we can use, both during meditation and outside of meditation, in order to facilitate greater awareness in our lives and during our daily actions. The main goal is to become more aware of our thoughts, feelings, and behaviors as they take place in the present moment. [...]