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Thursday, February 25, 2016

Do You Dare Remove Those Blinders?



Do you read magazines (online or print)? Do you watch television? Do you look at billboards? Are you on one or more social media sites? My guess is that almost everyone does at least one of these. It's rather obvious. But how much are you discerning that this is in fact, manipulating you, and more importantly, how much of it are you looking at with a measure of critical reasoning? The answer to that question may well determine your state of inner well-being.

FOMO (fear of missing out) is a term that sprang to life several years ago with regard to people's feelings as they 'watched' their FB friends' lives unfold (in apparently beguiling fashion) in front of their eyes on their monitors. FOMO has even garnered support groups for those who have become depressed due to the apparently more 'fun' or glamorous or popular lifestyles of those online friends. We may laugh. How silly, we may think.

How about this: you watch that reality TV show and feel worse afterwards because you have not yet managed to buy such a mansion, or have such a body, or carve out such a lucrative, celebrity life-style for yourself. We may laugh. How silly, we may think.

What about those glossy magazines or tabloid newspapers (sometimes even disguised as serious press with their occasional articles about subjects not pertaining to gossip) you look at? Those amazing ads with those amazingly young people in them with their amazing looks and amazing clothes, all telling you that if only you buy that cream, or this perfume, or that article of clothing, or that suitcase, or handbag, or briefcase, you will also - just like those people laid out so seductively on the photo spread - live such a lifestyle. We may laugh. How silly, we may think.

And yet, I wager that most of us have been there and felt that. Our culture, our mass media, our very way of living wraps sticky tentacles of desire around us. We may have sprung back very quickly, realizing what it does to us, and decided not to go down that road, or it may have taken us longer to recognize the dangers and eventually remove the blinders, or we may have found ourselves deep in that hole of envy, desire, depression, feeling bad about ourselves, or desperate yearning for something that we don't know how to fulfill.

Understand that what speaks to your mundane or outer self will rarely give you the satisfaction and joy that something different, that speaks to your eternal or inner self is capable of doing. The place where you will find inner well-being, peace, happiness, harmony, and freedom, will almost never come from that which is out there, with empty promises of being or having more than others. Remove those blinders and start looking inside yourself for all that so far you have deluded yourself into believing you can find out there.


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Monday, February 22, 2016

Committing to the Soul of Your Relationship


What are the things you talk about with your partner? What are the typical things you do together? Might your lists look a bit like this:

What we talk about:
  • the kids
  • the next vacation
  • what to have for dinner
  • the mortgage
  • your job
  • my job
  • your colleagues
  • my colleagues
  • we need a new car
  • the schooling costs are getting too high ... what can we do?
  • the neighbours
  • your parents
  • my parents
  • our friends
  • the news, the economy, taxes
What we do together:
  • go to church
  • go to the cinema
  • eat out
  • go to a sports event
  • attend a social event with friends and family
  • play sports
  • play cards
  • play games (together - online or not)
  • go for a walk
  • go to the gym
  • go shopping
  • go on vacation
  • watch a movie together on TV
  • prepare a meal together
What's wrong with these scenarios? Aren't each of the points those things we talk about and do together in a very normal way? Don't they signify that what we do is 'normal' and probably healthy? Yes. Of course. However, there is no soul there.

The things we talk about together and do together in the normal way of life are all important and necessary in order to live normal, decently happy, and efficient lives in our culture, but they bring us little or no soul, and they certainly do not connect us on a soul level. Without such a soul connection - or inner and deep connection in our partnerships and relationships - we will have a very hard time keeping those relationships going in the wonderful and miraculous ways they potentially can.

Think about it: when do you truly feel connected to your partner? Certainly, physical closeness, intimacy and sex form part of it (or not), but I'm talking more of a connection established when you talk and communicate. Isn't it always when you speak from your inner self as opposed to about outer events or problems? Or isn't it when you talk about those outer events or issues from an inner perspective? Does that not draw you in to a closeness with your partner that is not there on that level if you stay on the outer level alone?

Allowing closeness; allowing vulnerability; allowing the other to see your doubts, apprehension, distrust, suspicion, and fear on that profoundly personal level that is deeply emotional will do much more to bring soul into your relationship than any kind of physical intimacy can - although, conversely - precisely with such deep communication, physical intimacy has the potential of becoming - even after decades of being together - more passionate than it ever was when attraction, chemistry, and that other level of love were the only thing fueling it.

Give this some thought ... the soul of your relationship depends on it.

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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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Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Make Your Boundaries Healthier


The subject of boundaries is so fraught with misunderstanding, that it seems appropriate to write yet another article about it. Poor boundaries, or entirely missing boundaries always speak of a lack of love for the self, and while this may appear logical to the discerning reader - if such an emotionally weighted topic can be described as logical - it is the difficulty in going about loving the self when there have not been healthy models to build on in childhood, that creates what often appears to be an insurmountable Himalayan summit.

When a client visits me and recounts what many may consider unspeakable acts committed by the spouse or partner, while it may be true that the partner leaves much to be desired, what is also true is that the client sitting in despair or self-loathing in my office, has not had the benefit of a childhood that taught him how to take good care of the self.

We learn how to love the self by imitation. We observe how we are regarded and cared for by others. We see the reflection of love for us in our parents' eyes. These factors alone - when they are done in a loving and healthy fashion - are enough to give us the strength, courage, and knowledge to love and care for the self.
When, however, they are missing, or done only sporadically or depending on some mood, or not done at all, the lesson we learn is very different indeed. Here are some scenarios that depict how we miss out on learning those very important early lessons:

Parents Who Have Not Learned To Love Themselves

Such a parent is incapable of teaching you the fundamental skill of how to love yourself. You're going to have to wing it - perhaps when you are still quite young, or as a teen, or perhaps not until late in life. But it's clear you will need to learn it on your own, without that vital parental support. Why did they not learn to love themselves? Easy: they - just like you - did not have the appropriate role model although you have a great advantage. You've been digging, searching, asking, and reading articles such as this one. So you have an inkling of what is wrong. They may have never managed to get to this point - and remember - it has nothing to do with their level of education. This is, in some ways, very visceral. And it ties in strongly with both of the next two points.

The first point - poor boundaries - will have reared its ugly head frequently throughout the lifetime, either because they themselves allowed others to trespass their boundaries, or because they did it to others. Oh, you had not realized that people with poor boundaries are often the greatest trespassers of others' boundaries? It's simply two sides of one coin.

And the second point - lack of self-reflection - is a sort of corollary of the first. A person who does not reflect on the self - and such reflection implies being aware - is a person who has little real understanding of the dynamics of his/her own poor boundaries and his/her own lack of self-love.

Back to the parents who did not learn to love themselves. Have compassion. If they are still alive, try to imagine what it must have been like for them. Forgive them. And if they are no longer here, forgive them as well. Forgiving and self-love are very inter-related.

But you do understand, don't you, that if the model you are copying has not learned how to walk, you may not learn how to do so until much later in life. And in this case, the issue is self-love. If you don't see it happening at home, the degree of difficulty for you to learn it augments considerably. You will need to become self-reflective and aware in order to get to the place where you will begin to consider and then understand that it is your own responsibility to start the process.

Parents With Poor Boundaries

Such a parent allows others (in particular your other parent, or their partner, should it not be your other parent, as well as their own parents, friends and offspring) to step on their boundaries, all the while describing themselves as peacemakers, or someone who likes to keep a harmonious home. Or they make take another tack and continually complain about how poorly they are treated, they may cry, shout, explode or become depressed because they consider themselves victims, but in the end, nothing changes, because they never learn about how to implement healthy boundaries. Never forget: someone with poor boundaries, who is being mistreated in some way by another, plays their own role in the drama and must learn to take responsibility for their own side of this tango. It is never enough - and in fact, of little use - to blame the partner, because for things to change, it is the person with poor boundaries who needs to change, whether the other changes or not. (Note: domestic violence and physical abuse fall outside the scope of this article).
However, such a parent may also be acting out the other side of the coin, where they are the ones who trespass boundaries.

Either way, a child who grows up in such a household, will not learn anything at all about healthy boundaries: quite the contrary - this child may learn a great deal about painful twinges in the region of the solar plexus each time its own boundaries are trespassed.

Parents Who Lack Skills of Self-Reflection

Such a parent is simply not aware.  Think of it. If you are not aware you do not reflect about the self. If you do not reflect about the self, you are not aware. The habit of self-reflection tends to appear when a certain level of awareness of the self arises over and above the mere fact of how others impact on one's life. 

Introspection evidently forms an essential part of self-reflection, as does some kind of ability to separate the ego from the self.

A parent who is mainly reacting to outer stimuli in the form of events, people, conversations, and activities, is not self-reflective. A child who sees this pattern of reactivity does not learn the art of self-reflection from a role model, as would be the ideal thing to occur, but rather, if such a child learns it at all, it is because the child begins to question such reactivity on the part of the parent, perhaps first in the guise of thoughts such as: I never want to be like that.

Some areas that need to be touched on in self-reflection are:

·         the intention and desire to be aware enough to be able to be reflective
·         noticing how you are perceiving whatever it is that is happening
·         noticing how you are reacting to whatever is happening
·         noticing how you are interpreting whatever is happening
·         noticing the inner dialogue that occurs alongside all of the above
·         remembering that there is choice involved throughout this entire process
·         being willing to make good choices

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For the creation of good boundaries we might say that many things have to fall into place and there are numerous articles both on my website and blogs about the subject. However, the most important one is to be aware that your poor boundaries are not caused merely by an inconsiderate or abusive partner, but also by a lack of decision on your part to begin to make some changes. Poor boundaries are the foundation to a lack of healthy self-love and by beginning to shore up that poorly-built foundation (created generally, as said above, by a combination of poor role models in the early phases of life, and partners subconsciously chosen to exacerbate an already difficult inner issue), self -love will surely arise similar to the mythical phoenix that arises from the ashes, and all it requires is the first step of inner awareness to begin to take you there.


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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 Rewiring the Soul so named for my first book. Click here to visit the blog and/or to sign up for the feed.

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Friday, February 12, 2016

Look Carefully at What's Bothering You


Sometimes using your surroundings as a mirror, can be an excellent exercise in getting to know yourself on levels to which you frequently don't have immediate access. By allowing that what appears out there in your life might in fact, be closely related to something that goes on inside of you, you could perhaps begin to understand yourself in fresh ways.

You may be familiar with the idea that a problem will not release its hold on you until you have resolved something on an entirely different level inside of you. And so you may meet that very same problem in differing situations or via totally different people who walk into your life over a question of months, years, or even decades, depending on how long it takes you to recognize whatever it is that you are meant to understand.

This could be relationship patterns which I discuss at length in my book The Tao of Spiritual Partnership, or it could be something of an entirely different nature such as why you keep feeling responsible for people who should be carrying their own weight which I discuss in Rewiring the Soul. Also something of a relationship pattern, but in this instance, not necessarily a love relationship, but a relationship where you tell yourself the individual in question might be helpless, or know so much less than you do, or you want to be kind and compassionate, or it is so much quicker for you to do it than for them to learn it painstakingly. Sometimes these people can be called energy vampires and you might have poor boundaries.

However you regard it, individuals of this type will continue to pop in and out of your life until you recognize that we are each responsible for ourselves and our own lives, and hence perhaps the bit that needs learning here - on your part - is the fact that you can not make yourself responsible for another individual, assuming they are not a child, or suffer from a major disability of some kind.

Of course the mirrors that may appear in our lives could also be those that point to an impatience we have whenever we are forced to take something slowly: we might be stuck behind a very slow person in line at the bank, we might have to face congested and slow-moving traffic, we might break a bone and have to slow down the frantic activity of our lives in order to take time to learn to live with this fracture until it heals. Looking at these circumstances as opportunities to understand yourself in a more clear fashion, and recognizing that they actually lead the process of your own growth further, is an added benefit of this kind of mindset. And as always, it is your choice.


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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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Wednesday, February 10, 2016

The Prison of Your Jealousy


Experiencing jealousy can be one of the most horrendous emotions man endures. Jealousy can rear its most ugly head at any time and under any circumstances and many who are familiar with it, will tell you that it just takes over, that they are no longer in control of themselves and that it has provoked them to behave in unspeakable ways.

And yet, countless numbers of individuals believe that jealousy is the sign that they are in love, and that without jealousy, real love does not exist. Nothing could be further from the truth. Jealousy is always the sign of an insecure person. Always. So rather than thinking of all the people you know that have exhibited jealous behavior, think of yourself. Do you get jealous? If so, how do you feel thinking about the fact that it might signify that you are insecure in some aspect of your life? Probably the aspect of your life that tells you how much you think you are worth. Otherwise, there would be little connection between jealousy and insecurity.

The individual who doubts his or her self-worth is insecure. That same individual will become jealous very swiftly if he/she believes that the partner is paying attention to someone else, because, it follows, if they feel insecure about their self-worth, they will soon begin to wonder if the fact that the partner is paying attention to someone else, means that the other person is more valuable.

Why am I hammering in this point? It's most certainly not to make you feel uncomfortable. Rather, it's to make you look at yourself in a way that perhaps you have not yet done. If you do so, you might begin to realize what your jealousy is all about and then you might begin to realize that you can actually do something about it - not by controlling your partner who provokes your jealousy - but by beginning to work on your own insecurities. Probably they begin with a tremendous lack of self-love. Potentially also poor boundaries (if your partner consistently humiliates you in public by flirting with another, while it is true that your partner needs to look at his/her own behavior, it is also true that you need to look at your boundaries. And note that poor boundaries are always linked to lack of self-love. Look on this blog, as well as on my other blog here (also check out the labels on the sidebars), and on my website's article page, in order to read further posts and articles about the subject of self-love and about what to do if it's lacking in you. Love yourself enough to do this.

It was Heinlein who wrote: love is that condition in which the happiness of another person is essential to your own. Jealousy is a disease, love is a healthy condition. The immature mind often mistakes one for the other , or assumes that the greater the love, the greater the jealousy.


Image: "Jealousy" by Tom Roberts

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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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Thursday, February 4, 2016

Why We're Happy ... And Why Not


Life truly is difficult.

Things tend to go wrong for me.

I'm just not so lucky.

Nobody every got anywhere without very hard work.

Do you recognize some of these thoughts? If not exactly the same, then other, similar ones? Are you convinced that life is hard?

Try to imagine the number of times a day you tell yourself that. The number of times a day, as you go about whatever it is you do, that you figuratively nod your head, thinking: yep, this is just another thing that proves how tough things are for me.

Or maybe you try to escape from those awful thoughts, and go about your day, your week, your year by pretending it is not so, only to fall into a hole because you forgot to watch out for those deep, black holes that life prepares for us and because of that you started remembering once again how hard things are.

Either way ... life keeps showing you over and over again that things are hard.

But I posit that there is another way. And by taking me up on my suggestions, the actual events of your life won't change - at least not at first - but what will change is how you see those same events. And then, because you take a new stance, bit by bit, other things will begin to change, and then perhaps, you will begin to notice that life is not so hard after all.

Let's take, for example, a morning that started badly. Your alarm clock didn't work (it's electric, and the electricity went off during the night for 45 minutes). Then, as you raced out the door with no breakfast and a shower that might not have been one, you bang your knee on the door jam, and it's the same knee that started giving you trouble several weeks ago when you slipped and fell on the freshly waxed floor at work. As you get into the car, you realize you told yourself last night while driving home, that you would get gas this morning, that you would get up 15 minutes earlier to have time to do so, but you forgot. So now you need to waste more time doing that, and have not a hope in hell to get to work on time.

Doesn't that prove that life is hard?

OK...so let's take another look. Nothing is different, all you're going to do is decide to look at if from another angle. You are going to find something positive in the events of this day.

Perhaps you will decide that you should have an alarm clock that's not dependent on electricity. (OK, I agree, that's not particularly mind-shattering). Or perhaps you'll decide that you should not leave for tomorrow what you can do today (don't leave the empty tank to be filled tomorrow on the way to work). That one is already a bit more different. In actual fact, if you put that one into action on a consistent basis (not putting off until tomorrow what you can accomplish today, or said in other words, planning more efficiently), you may find that much in your life will change.

Now take it a step further. Make the decision to look at all those things that make life appear to be so hard from the point of view that there is something in there of value for you, something that can take you further down the road to a better, more growth-oriented life. Make the decision that no matter what happens to you, no matter what the circumstance, you will do your utmost to find something in it that can take you a step further, that can move you into a more rich and satisfying life. There is always something new to learn and understand and those events that heretofore you have classified as the proof of life being hard, can now become the events that show you the direction in which you can grow.

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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 Rewiring the Soul so named for my first book. 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