First let’s be clear about what confusion means. “Con” means with. “Fusion” means to pour together. “Confusion” means putting things together that don’t go together. Our root confusion is confusing the worth of Being with our level of performance at Activities.
4-Part Webinar Series with Jack Elias, CHT Ironically, sadly, the upcoming season of joy, generosity, and celebration can be a time of fear, stress, loneliness, and disappointment for some of us.
In my webinars and workshops, which are very experiential, I talk about 18 different types of confusion that build the architecture of our suffering. The mark of those confusions is the constant turmoil of speedy thoughts and emotions we experience all day long.
There have been times in my life when, comparing myself to someone else, I found myself lacking. To begin with, I was the youngest of three boys.
4-Part Webinar Series with Jack Elias, CHT Have you ever found yourself saying, “I know I shouldn’t do X, but I can’t seem to stop doing it?”
Do you have “control issues?” Do you think you have to do things perfectly, without allowing yourself any margin of error? Does fear of failure ever cause you to avoid opportunities to grow because you are convinced you won’t be able to do it “right”?
Let’s jump right in! I want to offer you 12 insights that I and the people I work with find to be helpful: 1. We are alive.
As we face the uncertainty of our time, we need skills to be resilient! In this webinar, Jack Elias will teach four skills you can use to prevent emotional overwhelm and regain your enthusiastic spirit.
As parents, we must recognize that it is our inner state, not our child's (mis)behavior, that is the cause of our frustration and irritability. Once we make this shift, we can enjoy helping our child learn from mistakes. Here are 8 tips from Jack Elias for doing just that.
“I highly recommend working with Jack. I met with him to discuss a problem I had labeled as a low sense of self-worth and a lack of self-confidence.