Feeling Stuck in Life? How to Actually Move Forward

Feeling stuck in life? Set resolutions that never work each year? Or just can’t get ahead no matter how hard you try? Editor and writer Andrea Blundell explores how to get unstuck. 9 Ways to stop feeling stuck and make progress at last 1. Continue Reading

Observing Society’s Ego to Understand Your Own

It is so easy to want to look at society and blame it for its faults or agree with its values. We tend to do both. But as people on the path to spiritual freedom, we can do something more wise. We can use society as a mirror to reflect our ego issues Continue Reading

Holidaze & Happiness: More on Post-Breakup Holidays

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Christmas Dinner Anxiety? Therapy Tools to Manage Like a Boss

Christmas dinner with your partner’s family for the first time, and have serious holiday stress? Or just want this to finally be the year you don’t react to your parent’s prodding? Counsellors and psychotherapists are pros at navigating other people. Continue Reading

What Are You Doing With Your Time?

Time.It goes so fast.We have so little of it. And we don't know how much time we get.Yet, people are often lost in the illusion that they have all the time in the world, and they put off a lot of important things. One of those important things is Continue Reading

Holidays and Me All Year Round

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Dreading Seeing Your Dysfunctional Family? How to Prepare

Dread seeing your dysfunctional family at the holidays? Does it go pear-shaped every year, leaving you mired in frustration and guilt? Editor and lead writer Andrea Blundell explores tips to help you navigate your family gathering. 7 Ways to Prepare Continue Reading

Awakening Is Only the Beginning

When someone has a big spiritual moment, there's a tendency to think that this is the final and total spiritual experience or realization. This is particularly true if the experience was enjoyable because if something feels good, why wouldn't Continue Reading

9 Lesser Known Signs of Commitment Issues – It’s Not Just Your Relationships

We all know that if we have endless short relationships we likely have commitment issues. But fear of commitment can manifest in other areas of our life, too. So if you are hiding behind a disconnected, unhappy relationship but know there is Continue Reading

Update on Donations for My Winter Break

Firstly, thanks to everyone who has already donated. Your support is deeply appreciated.At the time of writing this post, I've received a little more than $850 towards my goal of $2500. These donations are all going to cover my winter break and Continue Reading

People Pleaser? 12 Signs You Are One (and Why)

Have you been called a people pleaser, and you aren’t sure it is true? Or how you ended up this way? Editor and lead writer Andrea Blundell explores. What is a people pleaser? So what is the meaning of ‘people pleaser’? It refers to Continue Reading

Healing from Illusions and Attachments

People commonly only think about healing in regards to abuse and trauma, but there are much deeper wounds than those. Below are three more important levels of healing.There is healing wounds from upsetting experiences like a bad divorce, losing a Continue Reading

Why Are You A Victim? (or, rather, a volunteer)

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“I Don’t Belong” – Can’t Find Your Place in the World?

Constantly left feeling, “I don’t belong?” Even when surrounded by so-called ‘friends’? Editor and lead writer Andrea Blundell explores the issue of ‘belongingness’.  What is belonging? Belonging is defined as feeling part of Continue Reading

Unintended consequences of technology

Ooh, we love our technology. But sometimes there are unintended consequences, and here are some of them. Every new technology has a purpose. Nobody invents things for no reason. But many technologies have unintended consequences. They change society Continue Reading

Donating to Support My Annual Winter Break

Once again, another year is fast coming to a close, and it's about time for my winter break. Each year, I take at least a week and a half off to rest, re-charge, and rejuvenate. And each year, I reach out to all of you to ask for support.As any Continue Reading

Grief or a Pity Party?

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Need to Be Right Every Time? Here’s Why (and the Real Cost)

Do people tell you that you are obsessed with being right, but you aren’t sure it’s true? Editor and lead writer Andrea Blundell investigates.  Signs you need to be right Balk at being told you are righteous? And immediately have reasons to protest Continue Reading

True friends are not dream-slashers (friendship poem)

What does friendship mean? Let’s take a clue from the Friendship Poem. The secret to choosing the right friendships for you, starts with a short friendship poem (perfect for International Friendship Day, July 30) Choose friends wisely, the Continue Reading

Space for New Students During the 2019 Holidays

Because of changing schedules, I often have space for sessions with new students in the holiday season before I take my winter break from December 18th to December 29th. If you haven't reached out to me before and feel intuitively called to do so, Continue Reading

10 Things You Need to Know About Real Love

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How much exercise is recommended daily?

Often, adults wonder just how much exercise they should be getting daily. Health.gov, a government website, has put together their Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans, which states that adults should be getting a minimum of two and a half Continue Reading

More Self-Critical Than You Realise? 11 Signs to Spot

Being self-critical is a serious problem. Research connects it to a greater risk of depression*, self-harm**, and eating disorders***. And yet many of us don’t realise just how much self-criticism is our norm, until we find ourselves in Continue Reading

Room combinations – more space for less money

You get more house for your money when you combine rooms. Here are a few ways to do that. Home shows on TV encourage us to dream big and imagine that we can have it all. The modern home concept in North America is to have a room for everything. That Continue Reading