Grief, Laughter and Healing

Greetings my dear Hypnolings, I suppose my prolonged silence qualifies this as Rich’s Blog 3.1, but we ’ll call the past few weeks ‘research’ and give ourselves the benefit of the doubt. If the English theologian John Ray is correct and ‘The road to Hell is paved with good intentions,” that makes me a highway [...]

Mindfulness, Loss and Acceptance

The following short post from Without Fear, There is no Courage speaks volumes about how precious every moment and the people who are in it truly are; the pain of loss and the courage to allow acceptance into our lives: The power of emotional connections between human beings is quite an extraordinary thing.  It's the [...]

Inner Peace of Inner Pieces?

We love to dream, make plans and work toward goals, that we think will make our life better, or at least, make life more the way we think it should be. Dreams and goals are important and valuable because they keep us from getting complacent and drive us forward in a (hopefully) positive direction. Someone [...]

Don't Take Your Life for Granted

Last week I wrote a blog about living in the moment and actually savoring every experience no matter how seemingly trivial. I was speaking from personal experience and last night that message was unexpectedly reinforced in the strongest terms. The story begins last August  (most of you have heard this and are probably getting sick [...]

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When Relationships End

Breaking Up is Hard to Do People seek counseling, especially for the first time, for a wide variety of reasons. Perhaps someone close to them suggested they get help; other people look to counseling to help them cope with an event or issue they are finding overwhelming or difficult to resolve. A very common reason [...]