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Saleem Noorali

Compassion Attentiveness Therapy

Nature of Transformation Part II

The nature of inner transformation, as described in Part 1 of this series, is something that one can experience over time or even within a single moment...
Saturday, December 19, 2015/Author: Saleem Noorali/Number of views (352)/Comments (0)/
Mary Faulkner, M.A.

What Is Spirit Recovery?

Spirit Recovery is a process that becomes a practice and finally settles into a way of life--being in your truth. It is a way of burrowing down through the misidentifications we have taken on to find real self. It’s an archeological dig to the core of our being.

Tuesday, May 5, 2015/Author: Mary Faulkner, M.A./Number of views (1099)/Comments (0)/
Saleem Noorali

Compassion Attentiveness Therapy

Part I: Understanding the Nature of Transformation

To practice compassion attentiveness is to be compassionate.

That transformation in one moment in time, from being self-absorbed due to painful addiction to becoming outwardly compassionate, is a first and powerful step to recovery.  The many moments that follow are many opportunities for small changes that can have a profound impact on experience, thought, and even personality.  Each moment and each experience are networked with thousands of thoughts and feelings. When compassion begins to rise in the ravines of the soul, the power to create beautiful, compassionate experiences is boundless.  The exponential effect of acting compassionately then overflows... filling up the lives of family, friends and others in our lives. 

Monday, May 4, 2015/Author: Saleem Noorali/Number of views (1049)/Comments (0)/
Suzanne Jessee

Tear Down that Wall

Stress and anxiety are at the root of all addictions, which was eloquently communicated by Dr. Kevin McCauley in his film Pleasure Unwoven.

According the NIMH, roughly 90 percent of all primary care physician visits are due to stress related illnesses.  I think its time we take a closer look at how the West meets the East, or not. 

Wednesday, March 11, 2015/Author: Suzanne Jessee/Number of views (847)/Comments (0)/
Sheri Laine

Tapping into your ‘ENERQI’

Lets be honest

Many of us have moments when we overindulge; then, we beat ourselves up knowing that we can do better - or more - when it comes to our eating healthy, exercising, or making good lifestyle choices.

Wednesday, March 11, 2015/Author: Sheri Laine/Number of views (1047)/Comments (0)/

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