How to create the space for others to grow around you

A guest post by Shelly Lefkoe
As most of you know my beloved husband Morty has been through quite a journey. He was diagnosed with […]

More is possible than we realize

When people know they don’t know something and they want to know about that something, they learn about it. So if you know that […]

Aphorisms are fun to read but are they useful?

The aphorisms that cover the screens on Facebook and Google+ are what the people posting them consider to be important “information” they want to […]

Beliefs are as important as biochemistry in addictions

For 30 years I have been contending that unlearning beliefs will change behavior, including addictive behavior. Despite the fact that many thousands of people […]

You can’t deal effectively with reality if you don’t know what it is

If you’ve been reading my recent blogs you learned that one benefit of dissolving your occurrings (the meanings you assign to the countless events […]

Would you like to live longer?

On several occasions I’ve explained that when we stop giving meaning to the moment-to-moment events in our lives, we can virtually stop having the […]

What can YOU learn from my condition?

By the time you read this I either will be in surgery or have completed it. This week’s post will bring you up to […]

A new cancer diagnosis

Less than 48 hours ago I received a call from Jennifer Lucus, my oncologist. She had just received the results of a PET and […]

The relationship between beliefs and occurring

Creating a new theory or change technique is an interesting process for me. I usually first get only a very vague sense of […]