Does the idea of a “joyful relationship” sound far-fetched? Everyone wants happy and healthy connections! So why is it such a challenge to maintain happiness and harmony in our relationships?
Nobody wants a bad relationship. Everyone wants happy and healthy connections. But arguments flare, harmony is rare, and chaos appears to be everywhere. Our interactions often lead to suffering, despite our best efforts to the contrary.
Nobody wants to suffer. Everyone wants to be happy. But suffering is common, happiness is rare, and chaos is increasing. Why? Apparently, we lack important understandings about our true place in the world.
4-Part Webinar Series with Jack Elias, CHT We are all familiar with these 5 enemies of our well-being. And amid the difficulties we now face in our world, we may feel more vulnerable than ever to these inner trolls: Fear Blame Shame Resentment Perfectionism We feel “bad” about having them.
In this 4-part webinar, Hypnosis/NLP trainer and longtime Buddhist practitioner Jack Elias will take you on an in-depth exploration of the ways we unconsciously create needless suffering and confusion for ourselves and others.
Many of us have internalized messages of "failure" that we unwittingly repeat to ourselves. It is as though we have been conned. We've fallen for the idea that love is to be earned. We believe that we will only be loved if we do things "right" –– if we "succeed." Jack Elias explains how this happens, how we can turn it around and receive the loving encouragement we need.
Join us for this complimentary Zoom digital workshop hosted by Reimagine Festival: Life, Loss, and Love via LetsReimagine.org. Tuesday, June 30th, 10:00 – 11:30 AM PDT In this 1-1/2 hour workshop, Hypnosis/NLP trainer and longtime Buddhist practitioner Jack Elias will explain the 3 most common causes of anxiety and will teach 3 techniques to help you become free to flourish.
When a reporter asked HH the Dalai Lama how he was able to stay so cheerful and free of resentment towards the Chinese, who stole his homeland and killed thousands of his people, His Holiness said, “They have taken everything from us, should I let them take my mind as well?”
I was asked recently, “Given how much violence and political unrest has increased in our society, isn’t it healthy to fear for my child’s safety?” The welfare of our children is a compelling natural concern for almost all living beings – not just human beings.