Author Archives: Steve Vernon

Go With the Flow Today’s portion of our series from the article by Jay Dixit (Psychology Today, 11/1/2008) discusses something that many of us have an extremely difficult time doing, but something that is absolutely vital if we are truly going … Continue reading

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Inhabit the Present — Breathe We continue our series on The Art of Now, from a 2008 article by Jay Dixit in Psychology Today.  Today we’ll focus on one simple step that any of us can take at any moment throughout … Continue reading

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Savor the moment We continue in our series on living in the moment with our focus on savoring this point in time in which we currently find ourselves.  Eckhart Tolle points out over and over in his teachings the fact the … Continue reading

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Stop Thinking About It This is the second in a series called “The Art of Now: Six Step to Living in the Moment” from an article I recently came across in Psychology Today.  Today we focus what we’ll call “unselfconsciousness” — … Continue reading

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It has been a while since I last posted an article here, simply because I have been taking some time off to focus on other areas of my life, particularly the art of living in the moment.  It has all … Continue reading

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A Vow to Love Yourself I have come to believe that one of the greatest epidemics we face in our society — and in the world as a whole — is a great lack of self-love.  I don’t mean the … Continue reading

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How would you describe you? I came across a website that lists 100 common personality adjectives that describe people positively.  How many of these would you use to describe yourself? The same site also lists 100 negative personality traits.  How many … Continue reading

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I wonder if ants have ethics Have you ever sat on the patio and watched ants moving the remains of a larger insect or other object from one place to another?  It’s absolutely amazing.  It’s a known fact that ants — like … Continue reading

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Monopoly and the Lessons of Life We’ve all played the classic game of Monopoly at one point or another in our life. For some, it is nothing less than a family tradition and a group activity without which no social gathering … Continue reading

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Who am I . . . really? Whether consciously or subconsciously, the question “who am I” is one we all ask at one time or another — along with questions like why am I here, what is life all about, and so … Continue reading

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