Zen Thinking

Being Healed By Our Compulsions

by in Counseling, Fear, Holistic Tips, Kitchen Sink, Life Coaching, Mary O'malley, Zen Thinking January 31, 2009

By Mary O’Malley Author of The Gift of Our Compulsions: A Revolutionary Approach to Self-Acceptance and Healing and Belonging to Life: The Journey of Awakening What would it be like if your compulsive behaviors were no longer problems that you need to get rid of?  What would it be like if they became doorways into […]

10 Self Coaching Fundamentals

by in Discipline, Guest Posts, Holistic Tips, Kitchen Sink, Life Coaching, Motivation, Zen Thinking November 24, 2008

By Tim Brownson Author of Don’t Ask Stupid Questions – There Are No Stupid Questions I was talking to somebody the other day about fluff. I’m not referring to the stuff that finds its way into your belly button, but book fluff or filler. I could easily distill several of the seminal self-development books into […]

How to Transform Fear

by in Counseling, Fear, Holistic Tips, Kitchen Sink, Life Coaching, Mary O'malley, Zen Thinking November 5, 2008

By Mary O’malley Author of The Gift of Our Compulsions: A Revolutionary Approach to Self-Acceptance and Healing and Belonging to Life: The Journey of Awakening In his first inaugural speech in 1933, Franklin Roosevelt said “…the only thing we have to fear is fear itself…” This was a profound thing to say given the economic […]

Kitchen Table Cliffnotes: The Very First Edition!

by in Fruits and Veggies, Holistic Tips, Kitchen Sink, Zen Thinking September 19, 2008

Welcome to my new weekly feature, “Kitchen Table Cliffnotes” designed to teach you everything you need to know about various topics in health, nutrition, disease prevention, and personal development in just TWO SENTENCES OR LESS! This idea was born recently upon the request of my brother-in-law as he is busy working all the time and […]