Living A (Real) Adventure

27.10.20 01:57 PM By Heather Kleinschmidt - Comment(s)

There's only one real path to living an actually thrilling life.

Three Average Stories

Story #1
Our friend — we'll call him Frederick — likes to get things right.

He likes to feel comfortable in the certainty of what he's doing.

He won't begin to act until he's completely thought thro...

Walking Through Fire: Learning One Subtle Skill To Make It Through The Long-Haul

29.09.20 12:33 PM By Heather Kleinschmidt - Comment(s)
We need to learn how to distinguish between the sources of our fear, pain, and discomfort in order to appropriately recognize what to do about it.

Emotional Rollercoasters: An Interpretive Guide to Reading Your Feelings

24.09.20 08:06 AM By Heather Kleinschmidt - Comment(s)
How can you discern between your intuitive intelligence and your shortsighted lizard brain? How do you know when to listen to your feelings, and when to bypass them and continue with your routine?

How to Keep Going When You're Painfully Aware of How Much You Suck

20.09.20 03:30 PM By Heather Kleinschmidt - Comment(s)
Four pieces of advice to help you keep moving forward when you really (really) suck. Fear dissipates with familiarity, and you have to learn how to learn well so that you can acquire that familiarity and gain more confidence.

Big Bird, the Asshole: 3 Techniques for Working Through Anxiety & Difficult Thoughts

19.09.20 09:22 PM By Heather Kleinschmidt - Comment(s)

Thoughts swirl around our mind…

They hook, and they pull, and they vie for our attention, and they swirl.

Defusion is the practice of de-fusing your thoughts from your self.

Where “fusion” is a blending or melding together, “defusion” is a detaching or isolating of elements.