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Why Sandy Hook Happened

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What happens in the brain of someone who massacres innocent children and dedicated teachers like this? How can someone possibly do something of this kind—and do it not just as an emotional reaction on the spur of the moment, but plan its execution in detail?

Lee Gerdes explains that something this sad, this incredibly heartbreaking, actually has a lot to do with the issue of feeling. It arises from a brain pattern that’s “stuck,” as it were, in an inability to feel the normal connection that we generally experience for one another as fellow human beings.

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A Sad and Lonely Time for Many

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We have entered a time of year that can be difficulty for many. Less so perhaps in the southern hemisphere where the sun is bright and the days long, though people everywhere experience periods of intense loneliness--even when they are among a great many others.

The holidays, and especially New Year and the months of January and February, can be challenging. Especially is this the case when there has been a loss of a loved one, and we are left to bear the pain alone.

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View Dr Shefali Tsabary's presentation at TEDxSF

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Dr Shefali Tsabary, author of the Namaste Publishing book The Conscious Parent, was invited recently to speak at TEDxSF on Conscious Parenting for Global Health.

 

We invite you to view this insightful presentation by going to the link below:

 

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The Real Issue with the Todd Akin Flap

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The huge flap over Republican congressman Todd Akin’s statement on a local news station, resulting in calls from the party leadership for him to withdraw as a candidate and his agreement not to attend the Republican party convention, misses the real point.

The system will isolate those who embarrass it, as is now happening with Mr Akin. It will also focus on clarifications such as “rape is rape and there’s no splitting hairs over rape," as the Republican running mate told Pittsburgh television station KDKA.

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The Greatest

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Did you know that when emotional pain is intense but we don't allow ourselves to truly experience it, it can produce physical symptoms?

Susan Sarandon and Pierce Brosnan play a married couple whose oldest teenage son is killed in an automobile accident that's the result of a well-intentioned but truly foolish move on his part.

The teen does one of those kinds of things it's so easy for us to do in our teens because we feel invincible, but that has deadly consequences.

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The Adult Temper Tantrum

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"This cannot happen to ME!"

The Workings of the Adult Temper Tantrum

Life moves through us, bumps against us and sometimes, slaps us across the face. This is just the nature of Life. Just the way it is. Life just happens. One day we have a cushy job and the next day it is gone. One day we have a house standing and the next, a hurricane could blow it away. This is just the way the tide of Life flows. Despite our desperate attempts to control it, Life just happens.

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An interview with Dr. Shefali Tsabary on the "I'm Thankful " radio show with host Annie Burnside

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An interview with Dr. Shefali Tsabary on the "David Essel ALIVE" radio show with host David Essel XM 168 talk radio

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How Emotional Imprinting Drives Our Behavior Throughout Life

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Insight from Michael Brown’s Alchemy of the Heart

Do you find yourself repeating negative patterns of behavior? Not just in the present, but over a period of years.

You find yourself attracted to the wrong kind of person. You get yourself into jobs that aren't really you. Or you keep repeating a pattern of financial problems.

And all of this despite your best efforts to change your life for the better.

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The Virgin Birth Is Fiction with a Meaning

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Spiritual Insight from the Namaste Book Your Forgotten Self

Former Prime Minister Tony Blair told in Parade of a time when he kneeled with the head teacher at his school to pray for his father who had suffered a stroke. Blair pointed out that his father didn't believe in God.

"That doesn't matter," the teacher replied. "God believes in him. He loves him without demanding or needing love in return."

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