When You Just Have to Suck It Up.

Long overdue greeting my Hypnolings, Just when you thought it was safe to go back onto the internet, up I pop again. Actually, it has been a period of great upheaval and a TON of work and learning, and you, my Hypnolings have always been in the back of my mind. In fact, there were [...]

The Future Just isn't What it Used to Be

Over the past few weeks I’ve been doing a lot of thinking about the nature of time. As a certified sci-fi geek and as a former nuclear missile launch officer, I’m on more than speaking terms with physics and I also try to stay up with current theories and developments in the field. Recently, an [...]

By | 2016-03-14T00:01:17-04:00 March 14th, 2016|Choices, Counseling, Counseling/Therapy, Therapy|0 Comments

Go Fly a Kite

In my dual positions as a juvenile justice facility administrator and as a private practitioner, I have the opportunity to travel the country giving presentations, delivering lectures and conducting workshops. Those activities have enabled me to meet a lot of very famous and important people. Aside from the intellectual stimulation and the networking opportunities these [...]

The Sun Rose for the First Time Today

Something amazing happened a few minutes ago. The sun came up for the first time today. You may be thinking, “Big deal; the sun has come up every day for millions of years.” You’re probably right, but my point is that the sun came up for the first time today. Nature, the world, and the [...]

By | 2015-05-28T06:22:21-04:00 May 28th, 2015|Counseling, Counseling/Therapy, Therapy|0 Comments

Searching for Heaven

I hope everyone had an intentionally great weekend. I’m sorry I didn’t post yesterday, but it was a holiday in the US and I decided to spend some much needed quality time with family. In the course of running errands this weekend, I found a CD in my glove box that I had been looking [...]

By | 2015-05-26T02:00:32-04:00 May 26th, 2015|Counseling, Counseling/Therapy, Therapy|0 Comments

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 [...]

Listening for your Answers. Seeing your Miracles

I need to begin this post by stating that I do not believe in God. Having said that I also need to state that I don't not believe in God. I think of myself as a born again, radical, fundamentalist Agnostic; I don't know and if you're honest, you don't either. That's not to say [...]

Easy Techniques to Take Control of Stress

Have stress, anxiety and tension in your life? If you honestly answer ‘no,’ please let me know where your cave is located, because I might want to sub-let for a couple of weeks this summer. For the rest of us stress is simply a fact of life. Not all stress is a bad thing though. [...]

The Myth of Multitasking

Multitasking, or the act of performing two or more tasks at the same time, has become a virtue in our modern life. Practically every resume I review (and I review a LOT of resumes) lists the applicant’s ability to multitask as one of their personal skills. But how big a virtue is it to split [...]

By | 2015-02-17T06:45:05-05:00 February 17th, 2015|Counseling, Counseling/Therapy, Therapy|0 Comments