July 10, 2023
The science behind Hypnotherapy

Hypnotherapy’s scientific basis spans a wide range of fields, including psychology, neuroscience, and cognitive science. It is a challenging and intriguing field. I will go in-depth on the scientific underpinnings of hypnotherapy in this blog, covering the brain systems, psychological processes, and empirical data that illuminate the workings and dynamics of this therapeutic approach. Definition […]

June 25, 2021
Somatic Experiencing And Its Effect on Trauma

People who suffer from trauma and continue to experience it carry with them a heavy burden. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) can last months to even years if left untreated. The stress affects their physical, mental, and emotional health. It can even manifest through nightmares and flashbacks. Traumatized individuals are more likely to experience depression and […]

May 1, 2021
The Science Behind Focused Intention

I ran through traffic as if my life depended on it, blood pumping, huffing, and sweat running down my spine. Just a minute ago I was casually having breakfast with a friend when I received a text from a client saying that she was on her way to our appointment. I berated myself in my […]

May 1, 2021
Mind, Heart, Action

Let me repeat what Braden said. “The moment we pray for something acknowledges that that ‘something’ doesn’t exist.” We can start imagining the feeling of rain and the smell of it as it hits the dry soil. We can learn to cast our heart’s intentions or more enriching experiences and then envision ourselves experiencing the […]

May 1, 2021
10 Productivity Hacks and Tips on How to Take Real Breaks

Productivity is about maximizing the time that you have in a day as well as making critical decisions when it comes to determining which tasks are important, urgent, or can wait. For us, it also means striking a balance between work and rest so that we can perform at optimum mental, physical, and emotional levels. […]

April 26, 2021
Punching the Clock and Other Tips to Stay Focused

In a time when our schedules and to-do lists can be literally found in our pockets in the form of a smartphone, one would think that productivity comes easier. Alas, if you’ve ever sat down in front of your desk with dozens of unread and unreplied emails, text messages, and tasks that just keep on […]

April 26, 2021
Calming the Chaos of Our Thoughts to Change for the Better

We are often a contradiction of ourselves. We strive for self-improvement and change, yet we also want to believe that “we are enough.”  The 60,000 thoughts we have each day are often tangled into one lump that can leave us confused as to which ones matter and what is simply clutter. A thought like “That […]

April 15, 2021
Habits of the Unhappy

Here’s a thought: The key to finding happiness is often subtraction, not addition. What if we would approach the pursuit of happiness using the rule of deduction? Instead of searching for what makes us happy, what if we explore what causes unhappiness and move away from them? There are many possible sources of our unhappiness, […]

April 15, 2021
Bring Forth Happiness by Making a Change

January is about to end and most of us have settled back into our routines. Plans for the next months may already be taking place. Finally, we feel that we’re getting into the rhythm of a new beat.  Despite recent tragedies all over the world, hope still spouts and we move forward. Change remains constant […]

April 15, 2021
The Courage to Be Our Creative Self

We were once fearless to let everyone see and admire our drawings. As children, we took pride in gifting our parents with endless sheets of finger paintings, macaroni art, and heartfelt song and dance performances. Self-consciousness and apprehension about our creative expressions were non-existent. Once we started socializing outside of the home and the need […]