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EP17: How Life is Providing Constant Feedback

Do you know what your feelings are showing you? If they provide feedback that guides us through life, do you know how to read that feedback? The Old Paradigm had it wrong. It taught us to read our feelings in a way that actually isn’t accurate; a way that has created endless confusion and complication […]

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EP16: The Anatomy of Anxiety

In this episode, I share Sherry’s story. Sherry experienced a lot of anxiety. And a lot of anxiety and fear of her anxiety. As she began to see more about who she really is and what her thoughts and feelings really are, she was far less afraid of her  feelings. Anxiety as a chronic, habitual […]

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EP14: Is it Okay to Use Tools and Techniques? Or Am I Supposed to Do Nothing?

In this episode, I clear up some confusion. You see, in the Old Paradigm in psychology, there is A LOT to do. It’s a full time job, turning thoughts around and breathing just so and riding waves of emotion…making sense of the past and meaning for the future, and processing…well, whatever people process. In the […]

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EP13: How Achievement, Mastery, and Productivity go through the roof in The New Paradigm with Fernanda –Life on Tellus

My guest on today’s episode is Fernanda from Life on Tellus. Fernanda is classic high achiever, as you’ll hear from her shortly. She’s mastered many things in life and she’s just getting started. But all of that achievement used to look necessary, like it was what she had to do to be acceptable. And that […]

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Victim of Thought: Seeing Through the Illusion of Anxiety by Jill Whalen (the Foreword)

Below is the Foreword I wrote for a book called  Victim of Thought: Seeing Through the Illusion of Anxiety by Jill Whalen.  *** What if—regardless of how anxious you feel—you are 100% healthy and well? The first time I heard that question, I thought the person asking it was insane. “YOU certainly don’t have complete mental […]

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Why you Might Be About 5 Days Away from Giving Up on Change. And What to Do Instead.

I bet you’ve tried change the hard way. Pretty much everyone has.  The hard way is where you fall into one or more of these traps: You consider your habit or unwanted behavior a huge problem; it looks like a personality flaw, a weakness, or maybe even a disease. It hasn’t occurred to you that […]

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