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Philosophical Counseling

A Few Words About Courage

Posted by:   |  Jan 24, 2019

“Courage is resistance to fear, mastery of fear–not absence of fear.” – Mark Twain Most of the time we think of courage as a force that can help us face fearful situations, to bravely run against opposing fire or to act under overwhelming circumstances, to push back, so to speak, against external challenges. But, I believe, […]...  Read more

Characteristics of Mindfulness

Posted by:   |  Jan 13, 2015

The seven characteristics and attitudinal factors of mindfulness constitute the major pillars of mindfulness practice. The following is a list that shortly describes these factors: NONJUDGING: “Being with” whatever arises without judgment requires gentleness, kindness and acceptance. To do this requires awareness of the constant stream of judgment and reaction to inner and outer experiences. […]...  Read more

What is Philosophical Counseling?

Posted by:   |  Oct 15, 2014

Philosophical counseling can be a very important platform in your self-understanding and self-development. Philosophical counseling, also called philosophical practice, provides a unique counseling method that is rooted in the Socratic tradition, which viewed philosophy as a therapy for the “soul.” Philosophical counseling offers a philosophical way of living and provides practices to explore and bring about […]...  Read more

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