Cross-Generational Trauma is real. I see it, I see it often, with clients, with how people behave, with my own life and patterns. Patterns of families, and the smallest of patterns in our daily lives. The thing is, we don’t usually consider that some of what we do and our issues, and what our characters […]
Hey there dear, I have something to share with you. I want to share with you that your feelings aren’t feelings! “Now what the hell do you mean by that Daniel? That doesn’t make any sense!”. Ok let me clarify, what you THINK your feelings are, aren’t feelings. You often confuse your […]
There’s often a confusion or misunderstanding I see, first of all with myself, then with other people and clients that is quite helpful to sort out and get clearer on for your process. The misunderstanding is the difference between feelings and perceptions. We often in our language and day-to-day lives, confuse the difference between feelings\emotions […]
You, you who tries to escape from your pain, who desperately tries to “feel better” and to be “happy”. You who desperately chases the thrill, the short-living high, the drug, the alcohol, the attention from other people. The likes, the comments, the compliments. You who desperately chases money for happiness, who uses sex, social hangouts, […]
Articles on reintegrating repressed emotions and restoring an inner sense of wholeness.
Why “positive thinking” does not work, A controversial take on things: Many times clients tell me about certain difficulties they had on a particular day, some challenges, strong emotions, or negative thoughts that came up. They tell me about how much they struggled to think positive, struggled with themselves or their thoughts and negative feelings […]
*The following article is translated from Hebrew so may not be as grammatically correct as my more recent articles. * The power of music and changing perspective: “Music is the language of the soul” – unknown We tend to identify with a particular sequence of thoughts that takes us for a round of stress (oh […]
*The following article is translated from Hebrew so may not be as grammatically correct as my more recent articles. * Sitting with emotions: “By sitting with our pain we grow wisely, when we grow wisely the pain becomes love and compassion” – Kim Ang. It is the opposite of our automatic instinct to go in […]