I was reflecting this week about the name of my Newsletter "Mind Matters." It's a little play on words about "matters of the mind." We talk about all kinds of matters of the mind, whether it's stress, dealing with a pandemic, or lots of different topics.
Because of the Covid-19 quarantine, as well as a new crisis occurring on the horizon, this has been a time of reflection. We could call it soul searching, or we could call it a time to wakeup.
I wrote a book called “Slowing down to the speed of life.” and another one called “Slowing down to the speed of love.” But I’m finally starting to realize the depth of what that means because if you don’t understand where your experience is coming from, the experience can be frightening, tedious, anxiety-producing, and can affect our mental health.
How to Thrive in a World Addicted to Fear. Author Joe Bailey Hello, everybody. This is Joe Bailey, I know what's on your mind. It's what's on all of our…
It’s funny how, as an author, I wrote a book with Richard Carlson called “Slowing Down to the Speed of Life,” and here I am still learning that lesson, how to slow down to the speed of life.
Whether through my newsletter, website, YouTube, or Facebook, I want to talk about something helpful to a lot of the people with whom I've worked. Once we get on the train of self-realization and transformation, we have all these aha moments.
Today on this podcast, I'd like to talk a little bit more about my upcoming book, "The Transformation Principle" and specifically today what I want to focus on is that time we could call hitting bottom.
Today on this podcast, I'd like to talk a little bit more about my upcoming book, "The Transformation Principle" and specifically today what I want to focus on how we can tap into our inner guidance systems
I first met Syd back in 1980, 38 years ago. I was burned out because of the way that I was trained to work in addiction. We were battling the disease. We operated under the assumption that people had this disease and that you had to break the ego defenses through a lot of confrontation, often a lot of judgment, and a lot of painful process-oriented therapy.
Point #1: We can believe and incorporate the principles but still maintain huge blind spots when it comes to our own physical health. Point #2: Believing in something is useless unless you have an insight into it.