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Ask Amy: We’re always doing our best, right?

Lizzie used to think it was possible to not be doing her best. Like, when she was purposely sabotaging some effort. Or when it felt like she was making a choice to be unkind when she could choose to be kind. Lizzie is beginning to see this in a new way. Is anything we're doing the only thing we can be doing? Send your questions to AskAmy@thelittleschoolofbigchange.com. For more helpful content like this, please visit https://www.dramyjohnson.com
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Ask Amy: Is addiction a disease (and can I learn to drink in moderation)?

Liseanne has been sober for two years. She found this understanding for help with her eating disorder but her question is about alcohol addiction. Is it a disease? Can she train her brain to drink In moderation the way people find freedom from disordered eating but still eat? Send your questions to AskAmy@thelittleschoolofbigchange.com. For more helpful content like this, please visit https://www.dramyjohnson.com
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Ask Amy: If we are energy, who or what creates suffering?

Lucia asks "If we are the spiritual energy, then who or what holds on to certain thoughts and beliefs that causes suffering?" Life feels complicated and confusing when we separate a "me" from a "something else". Listen in to hear more about how this single "energy" is everything. Send your questions to AskAmy@thelittleschoolofbigchange.com. You can find more helpful content like this at: https://www.dramyjohnson.com
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Ask Amy: I’m self-sabotaging and not maturing emotionally

Lori worries that she's not maturing emotionally because her thoughts are always of a similar nature, with the same, repeated stories. She's also concerned that she doesn't truly want to heal. She feels split intentions from her mind and feels stuck in the middle. Listen in to hear how this is so much simpler than it looks. Please send your questions to askamy@thelittleschoolofbigchange.com and meet me at https://www.facebook.com/dramyjohnson each week for my live response. For more helpful content like this, please visit https://www.dramyjohnson.com
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Ask Amy: People say childhood wounds can never be fully healed. Is that true?

Meeta is curious about "healing". She hears a lot about how childhood wounds don't fully healed, and she wants to know how I see that. Can less pain be felt around these "wounds"? Send your questions to askamy@thelittleschoolofbigchange.com and meet me at https://www.facebook.com/dramyjohnson each Monday for my live response. For more helpful content like this, please visit https://www.dramyjohnson.com
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Ask Amy: Is it normal to want validation from other men even though I’m heartbroken over my breakup?

Nancy recently broke up with her boyfriend. Even though she's really upset over the ending of that relationship, her mind is still wanting validation from other guys. Is this normal? What does it mean about her or her relationship with her boyfriend? Send your questions to askamy@thelittleschoolofbigchange.com and meet me at https://www.facebook.com/dramyjohnson each Monday for my live response. For more helpful content like this, please visit https://www.dramyjohnson.com
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Ask Amy: I totally “get it” now. But will I lose it?

Benita says she felt a light switch go off while watching The Little School of Big Change videos. She feels different. She's suddenly uninterested in candy and baked goods, among other changes. Now, she's concerned that the light will go off as quickly as it came on. Is this likely to happen and if so, can she prevent it? Send your questions to askamy@thelittleschoolofbigchange.com and meet me here each Monday for my response.
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Ask Amy: How do people come to see that thoughts aren’t true and stop acting on them?

Heather can really relate to Jeremy in Chapter 7 of The Little Book of Big Change. Jeremy was constantly bombarded with thoughts about his habit and, well, thoughts about anything and everything. We can all relate, right? Jeremy came to see thought AS thought. Heather wants to know how. Send your questions to askamy@thelittleschoolofbigchange.com and meet me at https://www.facebook.com/dramyjohnson each Monday for my live response. To see more helpful content like this, please visit https://www.dramyjohnson.com. To ready about Jeremy in The Little Book of Big Change, go to: https://www.amazon.com/Little-Book-of-Big-Change-audiobook/dp/B01E5W95HC
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Ask Amy: Are feelings and emotions the same thing? They feel different to me.

Sue has heard that thoughts and feelings are the same thing. But where do emotions fit into that? Are they one and the same too? Or are emotions somehow different? She says feelings seem more intuitive, while emotions feel more energetic and erratic. Is that true? Is it helpful to see that? Please send your questions about thoughts, feelings, emotions, habits, or anything at all to askamy@thelittleschoolofbigchange.com and meet me at https://www.facebook.com/dramyjohnson each Monday at 1pm EST for my live response. For more helpful content like this, please visit https://www.dramyjohnson.com
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Ask Amy: Is this anxiety? Or a real health issue?

Irene doesn't know whether what she's experiencing is anxiety or a physical health issue. Listen in to hear how, either way, it's not what it appears to be. Please send your questions about anxiety, habits, relationships, or anything else to askamy@thelittleschoolofbigchange.com For more helpful content like this, please visit https://www.dramyjohnson.com
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