Posts Tagged ‘Psychotherapy’

Mindfulness SATI Presence

Mindfulness Practice and Practice of Presence

Rhys Davids in 1881 coined the word “mindfulness” from the original seminal text in the Buddhist teachings, the Satipaṭṭhāna Sutta. Rhys Davids translated “Sati” from the Buddhist context “present-moment awareness” to “mindfulness”. I do not find any literature why Rhys Davis chose “mindfulness”.   As “mindfulness” is not an accurate translation  of “Sati”. The use of…

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Things Mentally-Emotionally Powerful Do

Things Mentally-Emotionally Powerful Do

  WE Mentally-Emotionally Powerful TRIBE RISE   Things Mentally-Emotionally Powerful Do Mentally-Emotionally Powerful Tribe recognize that any acute crisis and life challenges always precede or coincide with an opportunity to up gain consciousness and are opportunities for badass growth. All life forms need obstacles/challenges/crises in order to evolve. For some, it may have begun through…

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Coping with Traumatic Stress

Positive Coping with Traumatic Stress

When trauma survivors take direct action to cope with their stress reactions, they put themselves in a position of  awesome power. Positive active coping with trauma makes you begin to feel less helpless, not a victim, and like a Warrior. • Active coping means accepting the impact of trauma on your life and taking direct…

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Meditation guidelines

Your Monkey-Mind. Meditation Guidelines

ॐ MEDITATION GUIDELINES ॐ Step 1 Meditation:  Become aware of the contact of your sit bones with whatever surface they are touching. Notice whether your pelvis is easily upright, or rolled under, or arched with the top tipped forward. Allow any tension around the sit bones to diminish. Let go of any tension holding the legs…

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Trauma PTSD

I Have Experienced Trauma. Do I have PTSD ?

  Trauma & Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Trauma and PTSD: After a traumatic event, it is normal to think, act, and feel differently than usual. Most individuals will start to feel better after a few weeks or months. However, If your symptoms last longer than a few months, are very upsetting, or disrupt your…

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