Emotions & Psychology
When you awake in the morning, while you are still lying in bed, think for a moment: What does it mean to be awake and alive?
Though many of its clients may not be, the therapy industry itself is healthy and robust. You may even be lying on a couch as you read this. In an era of unprecedented material excess, we sometimes find ourselves feeling emotionally bankrupt. We know where to turn for excitement, but we are lost when it comes to finding meaning. We are experts at distraction, but when we are alone with the mirror, are we truly happy? Are these questions considered neuroses? I don’t know, this conversation is stressing me out…
Why is it so easy for a person to judge another? Who gave us that right? Judgmentalism is a product of shallow and superficial attitudes. Coming in touch with your core essence builds your self-esteem, which in turn helps you see the core essence of others, allowing you to see them in a positive light.Read More
Discover how revisiting preconceived notions opens up surprisingly new perspectives and deeper truths. The upending of our previously-held givens in these times of crisis allows you to see the bigger picture, and recognize a far more expansive “normal” — and reclaim yourself in the process.Read More
Crisis and pressure brings out the best in some people and the worst in others. Many lose their composure and confidence when squeezed. They get overwhelmed and can even crumble under pressure. And there are those that maintain their balance and calm; some even rise to the occasion in stressful situations.Read More
The Addicted Mind Podcast hosts Rabbi Simon Jacobson to discuss making meaning out of suffering, and understanding your own purpose. Learn how surrendering to a higher power, and relinquishing control over your circumstances gives you an edge on dealing with pain.Read More