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The Blissful Blog- Surfing the Nature of Life and Love, Buddhism and Process Psychology.

20
JUL
2017

THE ZEN IN YOUR COMPUTER

THE ZEN IN YOUR COMPUTER IN THE DIGITAL AGE. Your computer screen is but a dream. Wherever you go, there you are. Until your internet goes down. Your Iphone has not reached enlightenment as it is still attached to the I. When you email, have no attachments. Simplify your life. Hide your computer. Every day...
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26
MAY
2017

Humour your Therapy Shit

How to humour your therapy shit? This blog is a lighthearted look at how we get into a mess and out of it again! Yes, it’s a ‘tongue in cheek,’ sort of funny blog post because sometimes it’s useful not to take everything so seriously!  It’s really difficult when we might be...
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04
JAN
2017

DON’T MIND YOUR MIND

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 DON’T MIND the MIND. JUST STAY AS YOU ARE  The Thoughts in your Mind are just that. Thoughts. Are you in charge of your mind or is your mind in charge of you? The thoughts in your mind are just that. Thoughts. You think they are you because that is how we are conditioned. You remember an argument you...
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15
SEP
2016

Bad Dog. On the Therapist’s Couch Series

On the Therapist’s Couch Series. One dog asks his friend. “What’s your name? His friend replied. “My name is Charlie. What’s your name?” The first dog replies. “My name is BAD DOG! If we do bad things, does that make us wholly bad? I don’t think so, within...
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06
SEP
2016

On the Therapist’s Couch. Elephants in the Room

 ‘On the Therapist’s couch’ series of cartoons/commentaries is a ‘tongue in cheek’ nod to traditional therapy! Enjoy. This blog is inspired by some cartoons I saw.  THE ELEPHANT IN THE ROOM There is often an ‘elephant in the room’ especially around “hot...
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24
JUN
2016

Sydney Snow

 The winds still blow in Sydney and across Australia. Snow now falls on the mountain peaks. I see the summits in the cloud formations scudding across the sky in Sydney. I found this wondrous poem by the ancient, eccentric Zen Buddhist monk, seer and poet, Ryokan. (1758–1831). He lived mainly as a hermit and...
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27
MAY
2016

Technology. Love or Hate?

TECHNOLOGY. Good or Bad? The world is actually changing as you read this! Technology has grabbed us all in one way or another. Debates and discussions ensue whether it’s a good or bad thing. Psychologists, Counsellors and Therapists are faced with increasing numbers of people of all ages who have...
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20
APR
2016

DREAMS

“Sometimes dreams alter the course of an entire life.” Being interested in and understanding our dreams is vital to our well-being. Your night time dreams are like a momentary snapshot or ‘selfie’ of your life, if you know how to understand and follow them. In Process Oriented...
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14
MAR
2016

How to be wise

Being Wise. Writing about being wise is probably a foolish thing to do! Images of deeply silent or laughing teachers, aware and present in every moment and flowing with what just is, rather than how we would like things to be, float around in my mind. They have mysterious smiles hovering around their lips...
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