Pam Allen

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Getting & Giving

We have an innate drive to ‘get’ in life and it starts very early. We see what others have and want an experience of that because it seems to generate good feelings. It starts with toys and scooters and progresses to cars and houses.  This becomes a default pattern all our life and the true …

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Pain versus Suffering, Part 2

So, my ribs are broken in five places, one spinous process is chipped and my collarbone is broken in 7 places.  Good job! In my prior post I was discussing the difference between pain and suffering.  There have been some moments of pain. More my ribs than my collarbone. Sneezing and coughing are pretty intense …

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What is the root of anxiety?

Stress and anxiety are the effects of a negative belief.  They are not the problem in and of itself. Let me give you an example. Imagine that some-one goes through life with a belief that they are stupid.  This is not reflected in their level of education, their results at school or their capacity to …

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