Considering the role of your mind in the nature of your sleep.
Enlightened people live close to their weakness, while those those with unflagging strength are often dull minded. Why is this? Is enlightenment a weakness and stupidity a strength?
Do you need to remember your dreams? What are they telling you? Should they change you? Can you change them? Answers from brain science, theories of mind, and therapy. Meeting in Room #1 or #2
The most puzzling, difficult, and often most rewarding path to healing is directly into the illness itself. This is always true with heartbreak. Understanding this is a gift. Room#1 or #2 in the central branch,
Most of our reasons why our sleep is poor are excuses for what we're not dealing with. We know these issues are there, but we're stuck and feel there are no solutions. I'll tell you
"We all know a little about lucid dreaming: the fascinating idea of waking up in a dream with all your wits about you. Over the years I’ve read much about lucid dreaming, but I’ve been frustrated that it’s mostly portrayed as an amusement park ride. Surely, there has to be more to it than spectacle and entertainment..."
Event open to CACHE members. For remote Zoom link attendance contact me at LS@mindstrengthbalance.com Parts Therapy is a conversation between parts of a person's self, elicited from a client in trance, for the purpose of