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30
MAY
2014

The Seasons of Being in Love

If love comes and goes, then it’s not love we are feeling. Nature reflects to us the seasons of love. We love romance and being in love. We look at the world through a soft focus of rosy, love tinted glasses. Our heart sings, we smile and laugh and feel overjoyed and more alive...
21
MAY
2014

Gratitude is the Smile of Love

‘ If you want to find happiness, find gratitude.’ Steve Maraboli ‘Gratitude is the smile of love.’ A deep heart-felt appreciation will give you a surprising strength and power to transform yourself and help you feel happier and more peaceful. Recent research has shown...
06
MAY
2014

The Timeless Tao Today

The Tao Te Ching. Lao Tzu. Commentary on Chapter 2. Duality and Detachment. Duality is like the two sides of the same coin. There cannot be one without the other. We cannot know beauty without the concept of ugly. There is no good without bad. We can’t appreciate feeling happy if...
26
FEB
2014

Sydney Morning Herald Interview Is Commuting making you Miserable?

Commuting could be making you miserable – especially if you catch the bus. Sherry Marshall, Sydney therapist and relationships counsellor who specializes in Process Oriented Psychology and author of ‘A Search for Meaning, Connecting with Buddhist Teachers’ is...
19
NOV
2013

A Search for Meaning. Connecting with Buddhist Teachers

This new E. book, A Search for Meaning, Connecting with Buddhist Teachers has been published from a paperbook edition (Simon and Schuster) to an E. book on Amazon, Smashwords and Apple. To BUY THE BOOK, scroll to the end of the article  for website links.  It makes great reading...
16
APR
2013
Relationship counselling & psychology - how to deal with relationships, emotions and conflicts

Relationships

       RELATIONSHIPS This article about Relationships, Conflict Resolution and Marriage Counselling was written for a Buddhist and Psychology conference held at a retreat centre, outside of Melbourne.  Sherry Marshall, a Sydney relationships therapist, marriage...
01
NOV
2012
how to understand groups of different people. Counselors and therapists must have a deeper understanding of groups to effectively build and train them

Understanding and Facilitating Groups

Understanding and facilitating groups is vital if we intend to work with groups. Why do we sometimes feel more nervous about leading groups, than working with individuals? Group work can feel more complex, not only because there are more people! Simply stated, similar to...
12
JUL
2012

Life and Death

Life and death  are inextricably bound together. ‘We do not know when or how we will die. However what we do know, is that we will probably die as we have lived.’ “When I thought I was learning to live, I was actually learning how to die.” “We cannot...