Links & Resources
Stacking the deck in your favor through additional resources!
One hour every week in coaching or therapy (that’s 1 out of 168 hours) will not create the change you seek unless you are practicing and exposing yourself to new learning on a regular basis outside of our sessions.
Neuroscientists have discovered that 95% of what we think, feel and do is habitual, is unconscious AND a repeat of the past. And because neurons that fire together wire together, what we think, feel and do simply perpetuates what we think, feel and do. This is the landscape of feeling stuck. To create change entails becoming intentionally inspired to notice and consciously re-evaluate ways of being, thinking and feeling that we normally unconsciously let ourselves fall into. And to extend this level of awareness to our visceral body and breath experience. Self-compassion is an essential companion along this path, without which the path becomes more of a self perfection project than a true engagement in wholeness.
This resource list is here to support your commitment to compassionately making conscious how you unconsciously keep recreating what you do not want in your life, and to learn to trust and follow your essential inspirations. My hope is that you find in these resources additional inspiration and practical applicability to what you are unlearning and learning as we work together. These are just a few possibilities and you may find others on your own that fit as well or better for you.
www.drjoedispenza.com - Dr. Joe Dispenza – Dr. Dispenza has written several ground-breaking books: Breaking The Habit of Being Yourself, You Are The Placebo, Becoming Supernatural. He also offers numerous meditations for quantum level healing and creating via his website. His passion is to teach others how to shift from living in stress to living in creation.
www.selfleadership.org – Dr. Dick Schwartz is the founder of the Self Leadership Organization and the therapeutic model of healing called Internal Family Systems (IFS). “IFS is more than a therapeutic technique. It is a conceptual framework and practice for developing love for ourselves and each other.” He has written numerous books as well as lists books written by other IFS practitioners on his website.
www.self-compassion.org – Dr. Kristin Neff offers many mediations and practices for developing true self-compassion. She quotes on her website: “With self-compassion, we give ourselves the same kindness and care we’d give to a good friend.”
www.enneagraminstitue.com At its core, the enneagram helps us to see ourselves at a deeper, more objective level and can be of invaluable assistance on our path to self-knowledge.
www.BrainSync.com – 100’s of meditations for rejuvenation and relaxation, creativity, healing, insomnia, shifting anxiety and depression, and more.
www.dailyom.com – Daily short wisdom and inspiration email with online courses available.
For relationships, you can find helpful resources here:
www.selfleadership.org – Dr. Dick Schwartz offers helpful guidance for couples using the Internal Family Systems approach which is a parts approach. He has written two books for couples titled: You Are The One You’ve Been Waiting For: Bringing Courageous Love To Intimate Relationships, and Intimacy From The Inside Out.
www.stantatkin.com – Dr. Stan Tatkin offers a psychobiological approach to understanding and creating the relationships couples want with an emphasis on the mind-body connection and attunement to each individual’s attachment orientation. Two books he has written that stand out are: Wired For Love and Wired For Dating.
www.heartsintrueharmony.com – Gay and Katie Hendricks have written and taught more on how to create lasting love than anyone else I know of. They say: “No matter how tough things are, you have the power to transform your love life.” They offer many books and audio programs to support your relationship.