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Thursday, November 26, 2015

Looking for Miracles?


On days when you feel that life is not offering you what you seek, and that miracles are about as far from your world as Jupiter is from Mars, take a look at these quotes written today and long ago by such an amazing variety of thinkers, and remind yourself that finding purpose in your life that resonates deeply within you, committing to it, and following its dictates with confidence - even when the world looks as you as though you had lost use of your senses - is what will allow you to find those miracles!

Follow your bliss and the universe will open doors where there were only walls. Joseph Campbell

I have learned that if one advances confidently in the direction of his dreams, and endeavors to live the life he has imagined, he will meet with a success unexpected in common hours. Henry David Thoreau

Until one is committed, there is hesitancy, the chance to draw back, always ineffectiveness. Concerning all acts of initiative (and creation), there is one elementary truth the ignorance of which kills countless ideas and splendid plans: that the moment one definitely commits oneself, then providence moves too. A whole stream of events issues from the decision, raising in one's favor all manner of unforeseen incidents, meetings and material assistance, which no man could have dreamt would have come his way. I learned a deep respect for one of Goethe's couplets:
Whatever you can do or dream you can, begin it.
Boldness has genius, power and magic in it.
W.H. Murray in The Scottish Himalaya Expedition

There are only two ways to live your life: one is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is. Albert Einstein.

I am realistic. I expect miracles. Wayne Dyer

According to Vedanta, there are only two symptoms of enlightenment, just two indications that a transformation is taking place within you toward a higher consciousness. The first symptom is that you stop worrying. Things don't bother you anymore. You become light-hearted and full of joy. The second symptom is that you encounter more and more meaningful coincidences in your life, more and more synchronicities. And this accelerates to the point where you actually experience the miraculous. Deepak Chopra

Now ask yourself this: what's different about them? Isn't it possible that I could change to this mode of thinking? Why not use these thinkers as my role models? And then watch to see what happens!

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Also visit my book website: www.gabriellakortsch.com where you may download excerpts or read quotations from any of my books. My latest book Emotional Unavailability & Neediness: Two Sides of the Same Coin is available globally on Amazon in print & Kindle. You can also obtain it (or any of my other books) via Barnes & Noble.


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Note: If you are wondering why this blog is now only appearing on alternate days (excluding Sat/Sun), it is because I also post on my other blog on the others days. That other blog is The Tao of Spiritual Partnership, so named for another one of my books. Click here to visit the blog and/or to sign up for the feed. 

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Monday, November 23, 2015

Irritation May Help You See Better


Do this exercise quickly: make a list of habits and character traits of others that most annoy you. Even perhaps some others with whom you haven't got a particular relationship, but when that kind of person shows up at the office, in the neighbourhood, or at a dinner party, you can feel your annoyance engorging, your hackles rise, your irritation increases, and in general, you just know that you very much dislike having a person like that around you.

Perhaps some of the habits and traits you dislike look like this (and of course there are hundreds more):
  • being weak and helpless
  • always being helpful
  • never helping
  • always being gay and joyous
  • always being pessimistic
  • knowing more than others
  • knowing very little
  • being domineering
  • being loud
  • being quiet
  • being subservient
  • being harsh
  • being abrupt
  • being overly explanatory
  • complaining
  • self-involved
  • impatient
Now here's the thing: any behavior or attitude or trait or habit of another that evokes affect (emotion) in me, tells me something about me, and not about the other. That is to say: the other may be any of the above things (or other, far worse things), but the point of this little exercise is to make you see that as soon as an emotion of annoyance, irritation, etc., arises within you, it is telling you something about you, as opposed to proving that the other is a this or a that. If you were not involved in this, none of your emotions would surface. The whole thing simply would not matter to you. The fact that your emotions do surface, means it does matter to you because there is something in you that is affected by this behavior of the other, that you need to take a look at. Because the inner place in which you wish to be is a place where the behavior of others does not have the power to affect you in this way. Not because you do not care, but because you are in a place of inner awareness and balance. Therefore, it means that when these emotions arise, they should be taken as indications of something in me that I need to look at, and hence, they can be illuminating and helpful to my own growth. Jung put it like this: Everything that irritates us about others can lead us to an understanding of ourselves.

What is irritating you about another person today? And what do you intend to do about it?

Image: Bay of Naples

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Also visit my book website: www.gabriellakortsch.com where you may download excerpts or read quotations from any of my books. My latest book Emotional Unavailability & Neediness: Two Sides of the Same Coin is available globally on Amazon in print & Kindle. You can also obtain it (or any of my other books) via Barnes & Noble.


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Note: If you are wondering why this blog is now only appearing on alternate days (excluding Sat/Sun), it is because I also post on my other blog on the others days. That other blog is The Tao of Spiritual Partnership, so named for another one of my books. Click here to visit the blog and/or to sign up for the feed. 

My blog posts are also featured on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+, Pinterest & you can find me on Instagram 

Thursday, November 19, 2015

Love & Being Autonomous


Typically when autonomy in love gets discussed in my office, people object, because we believe, we feel, that when we love, when we are in love, there is no longer any room for autonomy, as we are, so to speak, glued at the hip. We need each other. We become dependent on the other.

Oh, we all know that you leave in the morning to go to your job, and I go to mine, and that you have your poker night out, or perhaps it's football, or even opera, and I have my bridge club night out, or perhaps it's my book club night or even night classes at law school for the next who-knows-how-many years ... so of course we aren't glued at the hip. Don't you see - they tell me - we do so much apart, we even have some friends we don't share and all these activities. Really, glued at the hip - not us, we are of another generation than our parents.

I agree. We do all of the above and more and so apparently we are no longer glued at the hip the way so many previous generations were. We make our own money, our own decisions and have become quite emancipated in all matters pertaining to love, no matter our gender.

But this is what is missing, not with everyone, but with mostly everyone: we continue to be glued at the hip because we still fall apart if our partner is not in a good place with us. By that I mean that if you see his/her face over the breakfast table in a certain way, or if he/she comes home from work looking a certain way, you already know something is wrong and it affects you in your innermost self, in that place where you feel good or bad about yourself, even if your partners swears it has nothing to do with you.

In a nutshell, what is happening is that your well-being is hung up inside the place where you feel good only as long as the beloved is also in a good place. When he/she is not, due to any number of reasons external to the relationship, and is not in a good place him or herself, then you find it very difficult to extricate yourself from that place where you feel - against all logic - that it must have something to do with you and therefore you continue to feel not as optimal as you could until this element that is external to the relationship has been resolved.

An example that is slightly closer to home is when the partner actually feels upset or annoyed or impatient or jealous or whatever about something you have done - or they simply believe you have done, and are now in this not-so-good-place with regards to how they behave with you, and your inner world tends to collapse, and you will often do whatever it takes to re-establish the equilibrium.
That's what it means being glued together at the hip. And it's not a pretty picture. Not for you and not for your partner because they will have similar reactions, even though one of the two may notice it more than the other, or hide it better than the other. That is generally the dominant partner.

Here's the thing: until you are emotionally independent of your partner in the sense that you are taking such good care of yourself on all levels including the one where you love yourself, and unless you have reached a point where your responsibility for yourself embraces absolutely all aspects of your life, you will not be able to totally unglue yourself from the hip of the other. This is a process that begins with becoming aware of exactly what is going on.

A final point: "unglueing" yourself from your partner does not mean not loving your partner. It doesn't mean not wanting to spend as much time as possible with your partner. But it does mean feeling good, experiencing inner well-being both when you are not together. Even when something goes awry and you see that strange look on his/her face, you don't jump to the conclusion that it has to do with you. And if it does have to do with you, you talk about it, but you don't fall into the trap of feeling bad about yourself because of it. If you need to change something in your behavior, you will do so. But your inner autonomy, based on your love for yourself, will keep you from losing yourself inside the web of need. Self-love and self-responsibility will help you grow out of dependence.

Note: click on the labels below for more posts on these subjects.

Photo Credit: Kilian Schoenberger

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Also visit my book website: www.gabriellakortsch.com where you may download excerpts or read quotations from any of my books. My latest book Emotional Unavailability & Neediness: Two Sides of the Same Coin is available globally on Amazon in print & Kindle. You can also obtain it (or any of my other books) via Barnes & Noble.


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Note: If you are wondering why this blog is now only appearing on alternate days (excluding Sat/Sun), it is because I also post on my other blog on the others days. That other blog is The Tao of Spiritual Partnership, so named for another one of my books. Click here to visit the blog and/or to sign up for the feed. 

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Monday, November 16, 2015

Summing Up Your Choices


My life contains a number of very bad choices. In the immediate hindsight, when things were going badly, or creating rather a great deal of difficulty, I said things like if I could do it over again, I'd do it differently. But that early conclusion changed with the benefit of longer hindsight.

Choices forge and hone us. Choices can make of you - like the proverbial rough diamond that is cut and polished and goes through extreme pressure and stress in order to become brilliant - an individual who has grown, progressed, and evolved precisely - and thanks to - those apparently occasional poor choices and the possibly turbulent wake of their resulting aftermath. Choices can also make of you a very poor end product indeed. Much depends on what you choose to do once you realize you've made a bad choice. That choosing of your reaction to the bad choice is, of course, another choice, and with it, you lay the groundwork of the next part of your life - perhaps only a few hours or a day, or perhaps it will have repercussions that will be felt into the next decades of your life. And then, of course, more choices are made. Being very aware of yourself - and of course, exactly how aware you are - plays a crucial role in this process.

Perhaps none of this is news to you, but there is one little bit that we tend to forget: we think of the big choices as those that impact us the most but pay little attention to the small ones, those that we take many times a day.
  • where do you choose to let your thoughts go during your day ... many times a day?
  • what do you choose to read, listen to, or view during your day ... several times a day?
  • with whom to you choose to talk during your day ... many times a day?
  • what do you choose to talk about during your day ... many times a day?
  • how often do you choose to see beauty during your day ... many times a day?
  • how often do you choose to feel gratitude during your day ... many times a day?
  • how often do you choose to stay in silent mindfulness during your day ... many times a day?
  • how often do you choose to find joy in small things during your day ... many times a day?
  • how often do you choose to smile during your day ... many times a day?
  • how often do you choose to be kind, loving, generous, compassionate during your day ... many times a day?
As you see, these small choices during your day, every day, and many times a day, also form part of those choices that can make or break a life. As Camus said: life is the sum of all your choices.

Make good ones.

Photo credit Gimnyeong Maze Park, Souh Korea. golbenge (골뱅이)/flickr

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Also visit my book website: www.gabriellakortsch.com where you may download excerpts or read quotations from any of my books. My latest book Emotional Unavailability & Neediness: Two Sides of the Same Coin is available globally on Amazon in print & Kindle. You can also obtain it (or any of my other books) via Barnes & Noble.


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Note: If you are wondering why this blog is now only appearing on alternate days (excluding Sat/Sun), it is because I also post on my other blog on the others days. That other blog is The Tao of Spiritual Partnership, so named for another one of my books. Click here to visit the blog and/or to sign up for the feed. 

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Thursday, November 12, 2015

Do You Care Too Much?


Being kind and empathetic (empathic is - according to many online grammar sites - exactly the same as empathetic) with those who suffer is a wonderful trait to have ... until you begin to burn out. Many people both in my professional, as well as personal life tell me about the pain they feel because of those for whom they feel empathy - whether they work with them as patients or clients, or they are friends, acquaintances, work colleagues, or neighbours. They may even be people with whom they work on a volunteer basis locally or anywhere in the world. And eventually, of course, such pain evolves into burn-out, because you can't spend all your time feeling others' pain and suffering and not be affected in very important ways.

Does this mean that it's better not to be empathetic? Does it mean you should hold yourself back from the pain and suffering of others? Doe it mean you should try not to feel? Certainly not!

However, it does mean that it may be very important to distinguish between empathy and compassion.

A common definition for empathy is the ability to understand and share the feelings of others.

A common definition for compassion (particularly in Buddhist thought) is wanting others to be free from suffering.

Note that empathy involves sharing the feelings of others, whereas compassion involves desiring that others be free from pain.

In my work as a holistic psychotherapist with an emphasis not only on the mind, but also on the emotions, the body and the spirit, you can imagine I hear a great many stories of pain. Present pain, past pain, and future expected or imagined pain. If I were to empathetically enter the pain of my clients, I would soon be of little use to them. Or I would need to have frequent breaks in order to replenish my energy and spirit. The same happens, of course, to all those who are kind and empathetic with others, even if we're not talking about professional relationships.

So I learned long ago - thanks to Buddhist thought again - to work with compassionate detachment, meaning that while I very much focus on being as instrumental as possible in moving people forward to a state of less suffering, I remain detached from the actual feelings that are being expressed. Does that make me a lesser 'helper'? Not only do I not think so, but I believe that those who - as I do - work with compassionate detachment, are better suited to help others, precisely because we don't get caught up in the feelings. Clearly, having lived a rich life which includes a rather large dose of my own suffering and pain, is normally a prerequisite, because although I may never have endured the identical situation a client is recounting, I nevertheless am well acquainted with pain. But by not getting into the other's feeling state, I am able to remain in a place where I am more able to be of use.

If you disagree with what I've expressed here, I'd urge you to have a look at Matthieu Ricard's (he is a Buddhist monk of French origin who works closely with the Dalai Lama) Google Talk on Altruism (if you watch the much shorter TED talk he gave on the same subject, you will not hear about what follows). In the Google talk he tells the story of what happened to him when - in scientific research on the brain in which he participated - he was asked to meditate on empathy as opposed to compassion. You may find it eye-opening.

Image by h.koppdelaney

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Also visit my book website: www.gabriellakortsch.com where you may download excerpts or read quotations from any of my books. My latest book Emotional Unavailability & Neediness: Two Sides of the Same Coin is available globally on Amazon in print & Kindle. You can also obtain it (or any of my other books) via Barnes & Noble.


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Note: If you are wondering why this blog is now only appearing on alternate days (excluding Sat/Sun), it is because I also post on my other blog on the others days. That other blog is The Tao of Spiritual Partnership, so named for another one of my books. Click here to visit the blog and/or to sign up for the feed. 

My blog posts are also featured on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+, Pinterest & you can find me on Instagram 

Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Waking Up


Any time can be the time you truly wake up. While this is a spiritual quest, it does not - in the first instance - require many of the activities most of us have come to associate with a typical spiritual practice. Rather, it requires recognition that every moment of your life is filled with the promise of an enriched spirituality. If you want to wake up badly enough - or if you've recognized that you've tried many different avenues to reach a better place inside of you and nothing has worked - here are some of the things you will start doing right now (with specific examples following further below):
  • Be diligent in your practice of becoming continually aware.
  • For the above to work, be diligent in becoming mindful.
  • Being aware and mindful will allow you to become the one who is in charge of your thoughts, feelings, actions, and reactions, as opposed to your circumstances dictating all of these.
  • Look at yourself before blaming others, remembering that much of what causes strong emotions generally has some kind of root inside yourself - akin to what Carl Gustav Jung called the shadow, i.e., all those bits of yourself that have not yet seen the light of your understanding (being aware and mindful is the key). Remember that your ego is not your best friend.
  • Choose your reactions to anyone and anything with great care (being aware and mindful is the key).
  • Be diligent in your practice of being kinder, more loving, and compassionate every day.
Surely you have read or heard of much of the above before, especially if you have been reading my monthly articles (subscribe at the link) that I have been disseminating since 2004 and my blog posts since 2007. Most authors and teachers who write about these subjects refer to them in one fashion or another.

But let's examine some very specific things - using the most mundane examples - that you can explore and begin to do right now as you move in your quest to truly wake up:
  • You've just been passed by another car on a very dangerous road in such a way that you had to veer to the shoulder in order to avoid a crash. As you observe yourself going through this, how do you choose to react in your thoughts and feelings? What do you choose to learn from this situation about hidden bits of yourself as opposed to merely blaming the other?
  • One of your colleagues has undermined you in front of the boss. As you observe yourself going through this, how do you choose to react in the first instance inside of yourself - long before you decide how to address the issue with your colleague and your boss? What do you choose to learn from this situation about hidden bits of yourself as opposed to merely blaming the other?
  • You are at a dinner party with your partner and notice him/her flirting (or appearing to flirt). As you observe yourself going through this, how do you react inside yourself? What self-dialogue do you have? How do you speak to your partner later? What do you choose to learn from this situation about hidden bits of yourself as opposed to merely blaming the other?
  • Your doctor has just given you a frightening diagnosis. As you observe yourself going through this, how do you react inside yourself? What self-dialogue do you have? How do you take care of yourself? What do you choose to learn from this situation about hidden bits of yourself as opposed to merely blaming the circumstances?
  • A good friend has blown you off. You were meant to meet for lunch and at the last minute gave you a feeble excuse. It's not the first time. You are angry. You are sad. You are disappointed. But: as you observe yourself going through this, how do you react inside yourself? What self-dialogue do you have? What do you choose to learn from this situation about hidden bits of yourself as opposed to merely blaming the other?
  • Your salary is tight and this morning your hot water tank gave its last sigh. You need a new one and you don't have the money. Your credit cards are maxed out. You feel angry and impotent, and above all, you feel life is very unfair. As you observe yourself going through this, how do you react inside yourself? How do you take care of yourself? What do you choose to learn from this situation about hidden bits of yourself as opposed to merely blaming the circumstances?
  • You are working on a project close to your heart. Not only have you not yet succeeded, but you run into one failure after another. As you observe yourself going through this, how do you react inside yourself? What self-dialogue do you have? How do you take care of yourself? What do you choose to learn from this situation about hidden bits of yourself as opposed to merely blaming the situation?
  • One of your children (small or adult) has just had a major setback. You are in pain for him/her and are suffering. You wish to alleviate his/her difficulty. You want to take it on your own shoulders. As you observe yourself going through this, how do you react inside yourself? What self-dialogue do you have? How do you take care of yourself? What do you choose to learn from this situation about hidden bits of yourself as opposed to merely blaming the situation?
  • You know you are absolutely right in that argument you are having. As a matter of fact, you can prove it. But no matter what you do, you aren't able to sway the person with whom you are speaking. And so you battle on, trying to convince them. Finally you get righteously angry. But then you catch yourself. You remember that much of what is going on has to do with you. Why is it so important that you are shown to be right? How much of your ego is involved in this transaction? And therefore you check how you are reacting, you correct your self-dialogue, and you begin to free yourself from the need to be right.
Such situations are frequently dealt with by most of us in ways that are neither aware nor mindful. We don't choose our reactions; we simply react blindly. In so doing, we lose precious opportunities that life offers us in the guise of such struggles, not only to grow, and to understand ourselves better psychologically and emotionally, but to move forward in our spiritual path because such awareness of the self, and such using of those opportunities is a important and precious part of what it means to live a spiritual life and to wake up.

Any time can be the time you truly wake up. Start by being aware and mindful and then apply it to absolutely everything that happens to you. You choose.

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Also visit my book website: www.gabriellakortsch.com where you may download excerpts or read quotations from any of my books. My latest book Emotional Unavailability & Neediness: Two Sides of the Same Coin is available globally on Amazon in print & Kindle. You can also obtain it (or any of my other books) via Barnes & Noble.


Books by Dr. Gabriella Kortsch (English). Available globally in paperback or Kindle e-book versions


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Note: If you are wondering why this blog is now only appearing on alternate days (excluding Sat/Sun), it is because I also post on my other blog on the others days. That other blog is The Tao of Spiritual Partnership, so named for another one of my books. Click here to visit the blog and/or to sign up for the feed. 

My blog posts are also featured on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+, Pinterest & you can find me on Instagram