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Michael A Gordon

The Mind Whisperer

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Psychotherapist, Aikido teacher and writer/speaker Michael A. Gordon, MSc. brings 25 years experience in media and personal development. The Mindful Whisperer bridges neuroscience, spiritual psychology and mindfulness as they apply to a wide range of topics relating to daily life.

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In our most difficult moments, we realize that our greatest suffering comes from a feeling of 'not being there' for ourselves when we need us most. There is a painful awakening that we are estranged from ourselves. We can begin to soften and... more

Forgive, but don't forget--a very potent saying. We often mistake forgiveness for 'letting someone off the hook' for something. However, when we hang on to hurt, it is we who are on the hook....

To parahrase Gandhi, "You must be change you wish to see in the world." Today on the show, embodying change and leadership...

Many times, what makes a challenging situation or emotion more difficult is our initial urge to rush in and change it or avoid what it evokes within us. Making space creates a little breathing room, and often the right solution presents itself.

How do we take full ownership of our actions and what shows up in our lives? We continue this discussion by looking at self-responsible negotiation vs. blame.

How do we take full ownership of our actions and what shows up in our lives? In this conversation I discuss the critical aspects of becoming truly accountable, and how to move from victimhood to self-actualization.

"I don't likes spiders and snakes," as Jim Stafford's hit song lamented...Apart from primal fears, why do we experience phobias?

Einstein defined madness as "doing the same thing over and over, and expecting different results." Why do we fall into patterns that don't serve us, and how do we change?

It is said you can truly gauge the character of a person by the way they manage stress and difficulty. We cannot avoid difficult challenges, however we can minimize their impact while increasing our choices.

We move very quickly in this information age. And while information technology is supposed to make us more efficient, it actually just increases our workload. Find out how slowing down can make you more productive!
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