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Toolbox | Knowing and Owning your Shadow

The Tool Just like we all have a shadow that follows us around when the light is right, each of us also holds a shadow of a more psychological nature. It’s also always around and waiting for the right conditions to make an appearance. The...

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Toolbox | Identifying Core Beliefs

Did you know that your core beliefs run your life? That’s right! Every day when you go out into the world, or even if you’re too afraid to do so, your core beliefs are the basis of your actions, reactions, thoughts, feelings, and...

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Toolbox | The 4 Gates of Speech

The Tool Like many ancient pearls of wisdom that find their way to us toady, I have found mixed accounts of who we should credit for this amazing method that has stood the test of time. Was it a Sufi teacher? was it Buddha himself? or some other...

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Toolbox | Anger Snapping

The Tool This tool is as easy as it gets. All you need is some anger that needs expressing (old or new, it works great for both), a small hand towel, and something firm and nonbreakable to snap at (think door jam or an open wall), and maybe a...

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Toolbox | The Trace Back

The Trace Back technique is a tool in the category of Awareness. I mainly use this tool when it comes to my addictions; however, it’s useful for many other issues as well. First I’ll explain how I use it and then we’ll break down...

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The Unbalanced Being of the Day | Brian Cullinan

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The Narcissist Combat Handbook | Introduction

It was a mild July day in the year of 1978 as my pregnant mother was about to pop me out in the back of a yellow taxi cab, all by her lonesome. I was about to be her third child but the first to nearly be born amongst the sweet scent of pine tree...

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