Tag Archives: EnlightenmentApril 3, 2020
Everybody has a shadow, but no one wants to look at it. At least the Shadow I am talking about. The idea of the “Shadow” was coined by Dr. Carl Jung, one of four brilliant depth psychologists who explored the … Continue readingPosted in Blog Articles | Tagged analytical psychology, counseling, COVID-19 pandemic, COVID-19; coronavirus, depth psychology, Enlightenment, Jung, maturity, Mentorship, Pandemic, psychological insight, Psychologist, psychology, shadow, skeletons in the closet, Tucson Counseling | Comments Off on Facing your Shadow in this time of COVID-19 pandemic darkness December 22, 2018
An “oldie but goodie”, this profound blog has received glowing feedback from people wanting to find greater meaning in their lives! Click here for the linkPosted in Blog Articles | Tagged deeper meaning of life, Enlightenment, insight, maturity, principled life, relationships, self-reflection, value based living, vision, wisdom | Comments Off on Let yourself die to better Define how You want to Live June 15, 2018
A dangerously toxic message that continues to receive wide support throughout the human race is as follows: show no weakness, highlight your strengths, and DO NOT show vulnerability. I recently watched Brene Brown’s awesome TED talk entitled “The Power of … Continue readingPosted in Blog Articles | Tagged authenticity, cultivating relationships, deep emotional bonding, Enlightenment, genuineness, human potential, maturation, Peak Performance, performance enhancement | Comments Off on Awesome TED talk: The Power of Vulnerability in a global culture of deception and fakeness
How to teach your child (and yourself) that the True Nature of Romantic Love is about Giving not GettingJanuary 12, 2018
We live in a culture where relationships fail much more than they succeed, where websites facilitate people cheating on their spouses, and where there is an ever-growing number of “hook up” websites devoted to allowing people to meet up for … Continue readingPosted in Blog Articles | Tagged culture, egos, Enlightenment, infatuation, love, lust, psychological, relationship assessment, relationships, romance, romantic love, romantic relationships, Western Culture, wisdom | Comments Off on How to teach your child (and yourself) that the True Nature of Romantic Love is about Giving not Getting November 21, 2017
About a year ago, I had a meeting with a mentor who is a highly accomplished CEO, a Deep Thinker. He gave me a piece of advice that you should consider taking over this Thanksgiving holiday. This is the time when … Continue readingPosted in Blog Articles | Tagged Enlightenment, insight, maturity, principled life, self-reflection, value based living, wisdom | Comments Off on If you let yourself die, you may just learn what it means to TRULY live!