Tag: freedom

What it means to be a good psychotherapist?

Published on September 13, 2019

I study psychotherapy, as a trainee I see 3 clients within the practice of my course. I also have regular clinical supervisions where I reflect on my work and get support. Adding to this, I’m obligated to have my own weekly therapy sessions throughout the whole 3 years training, in total 120 hours. This all sounds very well-organised. And it is. But are these elements…

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A thought for the day: failure, rejection

Published on August 9, 2019

FAILURES. We all are experiencing failures and defeats. They are intrinsic parts of our life. Though, it’s tough to get used it. I’m still struggling. I failed yesterday twice, at least. Nothing awful, but it was painful… I was meditating today morning with one of the guided apps, where a women was saying that it’s difficult to separate failure from who we are: ‘We allow…

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Imagine there’s no countries It isn’t hard to do Nothing to kill or die for And no religion too (Imagine, John Lennon) In the beginning I would like to define what I mean by using the word ‘religion’. By this I mean all religions and all beliefs, which assume the existence of a monotheistic or polytheistic god, and practices including worship of such a deity….

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Imagine there’s no countries It isn’t hard to do Nothing to kill or die for And no religion too (Imagine, John Lennon) Na początku spróbuję określić, co mam na myśli używając słowa „religia”. Otóż rozumiem przez to wszystkie religie świata oraz wszelkie wierzenia i praktyki, które zakładają istnienie oraz wielbienie mono lub politeistycznego boga. Zatem idea “boga” i “religii” jest tym samym. Angielską wersję tego…

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‘When we can be with ourselves doing nothing, we are free, and you will find many hidden talents in yourself.’ I came across the concept of meditation and mindfulness a few years ago, when many people in the media had started popularising and sharing their positive experiences. The whole idea seemed to be sensible and I knew that one day I would also start practising…

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