Post Traumatic Growth

The term "Post Traumatic Growth" was coined by psychologists at the University of North Carolina, because they could see the transformational value and growth potential of trauma and suffering.  In many ancient traditions such as Jewish, Greek, Christian, Hindu, Buddhist, Islamic…. there is a profound emphasis on the transformative power of pain and suffering. In … Continue reading Post Traumatic Growth

On Meditation & what it truly is

Part One Meditation doesn’t just change your state—the way you feel at the moment. It changes your traits—the enduring aspects of personality engraved in your brain that govern your outlook on life. Among the positive traits fostered by meditation are greater resilience in the face of adversity, more sympathy for others, and increased compassion for … Continue reading On Meditation & what it truly is