The following exercise is the first coping mechanism I was taught by my therapist when I began CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy). This particular routine is designed to help the brain re-learn basic mindfulness and awareness of the present moment. Whenever I feel myself becoming overwhelmed or when I catch myself daydreaming, I refocus myself with … Continue reading Look at this picture. What do you see? (an exercise)
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*This poem is inspired by my favorite place in the world, Joshua Tree, CA. The Terrestrial Plane There is a stillness here, a silence that howls and echoes of a time when the breeze whipped over spines and spindles prickles and rocks, to soothe the scorched earth from its time in the brilliant sun. Now, the … Continue reading The Terrestrial Plane