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How I met Leon

I don’t tell this story often because, for people who aren’t used to trusting the power of a calm state of mind, it is at best weird and at worst frightening. But it’s true, and it happened to me in … Continue reading

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Can we find common ground?

In an insecure state of fear and anxiety, this is how people behave: They expect the worst. They do not trust others, especially others who are “different” from them. They feel on edge and unsafe. They act impulsively out of … Continue reading

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You can’t get enough of what you don’t need anyway

Lately, I’ve run into a slew of clients who are struggling to figure out what would make them happy. Should I live here, or there? Maybe if I got a different car? Is it my spouse — maybe we need … Continue reading

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Should We Look Before the Fact?

It happens to all of us. We think we’re just about to find what we’re looking for, and instead, Poof!, it eludes us again. It’s hard for all of us to give up the direction we’ve picked to look a … Continue reading

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Quietude

One of my students recently said, “I’m so busy, I don’t have time to be quiet.” What, I wondered, does time have to do with quiet? Time is a construct of thought, a made up measure. Quiet is a state, … Continue reading

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A new normal?

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Why Peace of Mind Matters

In any other state of mind, people are not at their best. When people are not at their best, it is impossible for outcomes to be optimal. It’s that simple. Peace of mind is not just a critical need, it … Continue reading

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