Category Archives for Hodgepodge

Have You Found Your Tribe?

Did you ever feel that you don’t belong, wherever you go? Not only you are not understood – you are not even listened to? To my greatest surprise, I started hearing from “the coolest” and  most outgoing people: “I can’t find anything in common with them”, “I feel excluded, ignored”,  It’s so hard to make […]

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Ask Better Questions (Relationships 1)

[One Action To Better Your Relationship Today] Stop asking rhetorical questions. Which rhetorical questions exactly? Those that emerge from criticism, and those that are triggered by our impatience. When we do this, though we are talking – we are not communicating: “Does your mother live here?” “Do I have a ‘dishwasher’ written on my forehead?” […]

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Different Paths

There are 253 ways to wash dishes. This is probably what I remember best from Louise Hay. Why do I mention it? It’s not about the dishes, but about something bigger. I love the quote from , below. He writes: we all want the same: to be happy, fulfilled, have meaning, feel safe… “[…] The desires […]

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Open Mind in Practice

How to recognize that we need to open our mind a bit more? Let see what isn’t working: What is the area of our most frequent conflicts.   Is there a pattern along which we recreate our drama?   Where are we caught in a circle of a continuous mistake?   Is there an idea […]

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How Do You Know If You Are Really Open Minded?

  “Truth can be understood only thru understanding of the opposites” – Okakura Kakuzo “Only because you don’t believe in something, doesn’t mean it doesn’t exist.” Is it possible to be perfectly open minded? And what does it mean anyway? We adapt or create our own belief system based on our experiences and our life’s […]

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How To Handle Confrontations.

Most people try to avoid confrontation at all cost. Even though the other side often would prefer to speak openly about the issue. I like to observe the confrontation styles people have. Sometimes, as an observer, I wish some were more open to confront others, because it’s clear – they lose ( I admit: my […]

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Do You Crave Simplicity? Start Here.

There comes a point in life when we want to leave everything and fly. (Maybe it happens between spring and summer, maybe when we move from summer to autumn, or maybe it’s completely unrelated to life’s chapters.) This is the time, when you realize you carry too much with you. You look at the past […]

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How To Handle Your Anger.

Are you open to talk about anger? Specifically about your anger? Never feel it? True – we are able to train our mind to be free, most of the time, from the draining and negative emotions. Ask anyone who practices mindfulness. Anyone who rewired their brain to focus on positive. But the “bad” emotions are still available […]

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