What is it that makes us human? Is it the ability to love? Is it because we are able to show different emotions and express different feelings? Is it how we join religious groups and how we fight for the ideologies that we believe?
Filmmaker Yann Arthus-Bertrand wanted to understand why humans are different to other living beings, so he spent three years collecting stories from thousands of men and women from 60 different parts of the world. The stories capture the realities of life: sexual identity, anger, poverty, war, love, happiness, and the plethora of emotions that human beings experience.
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Today, a sweet friend asked me a profound question about the best ways to handle the death of a loved one in a way that honors both them and us…
This is a very important question that some others also have been asking at this time.
An exercise I have shared further on in my answer, from my book, helps not only to manage grief but also to clear agreements and release people when we need to.
Continue reading How Do I Manage Grief?
Some dear friends asked me…
How do I differentiate between feelings and emotions, especially the emotions of anger, sadness, anxiety, and frustration?
How can I learn to trust my own feelings?
Continue reading How To Know Feeling from Emotion?
Some dear friends asked me:
What possibilities do we have to easily, gracefully and quickly come out of extreme emotions, such as anger, irritation, embarrassment, or fear?
Continue reading How to Handle Extreme Emotions?