The bedrock of emotional maturity is learning, as I am fond of saying: “to surf the waves of uncertainty with grace and perseverance.” In order to do this we must be able to efficiently process the triggering emotions that arise when someone does or says something — or an errant thought arises that upsets us.
This is exciting and intriguing! New research reports that cannabis appears to increase the effects of psychedelic trips relating to mystical-type experiences, ego-dissolution and visual alterations.
I was recently emailing back-and-forth on a matter with someone who does tech work for our little team of Emotional Liberation merry makers. I was asking some questions in regard to handling a particular thing that we had to deal with. His answer was an unvarnished…
I was long embarrassed over my painful and difficult upbringing. There was nothing healthy or exceptional about my childhood. My parents divorced when I was very young – about 3. They hated each other and by extension my father was none too fond of me and moved far away and started a new family.
It never ceases to amaze me how others who discuss or experience my emotions work, can cut right to the chase and eloquently sum it up … often in a way I’d never think to express it!
I’ve watched more TV series over the last 18 (COVID) months than, really, ever in my life (how about you?). Since my partner loves political and spy thrillers, I’ve bent my “no violence” TV watching rule to accept those with the least amount of gratuitous violence.