The metaphor of the Two Magnets provides guidance on escaping the illusion of psychological time.
I used to experience panic attacks and severe anxiety. The path to presenting at my first conference, SAND Italy, was challenging. But I made it.
Observing thoughts with mindfulness is life-changing. But sometimes engaging with skillful thinking is required before living in the present.
In the space beyond thought, a subtle and immersive way of seeing becomes clear. Mindful seeing is a way to discover beauty in the seemingly mundane.
In the aftermath of a panic attack, self-care is vital. Use these exercises to cultivate self-compassion, to reduce the spiral of shame and further anxiety.
When feeling hopeless, believing you have no choice leads to despair and suicidal thoughts. But there’s always a choice – you just have to discover it.
For those with a history of panic attacks, public speaking may seem an impossible task. These resources will help you move past anxiety and find your voice.