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Hashem Is Always With Me

There is something that always calms me down, no matter how nervous or anxious I become. When I say to myself, “Hashem is always with me,” it takes all the wind out of my anxious sails. I am 64 years old, and I have learned that there is no security in life. People you love [...]

By | July 6th, 2017|General Advice|0 Comments

You Can’t Make This Stuff Up

In my last article, I wrote about how so many life circumstances were converging, and that without Innate Health I would really have been going bonkers. Little did I know that the universe was just getting started. I was in California at my grandson’s upsherin [ritual haircut at age 3]. I got a call from my youngest [...]

By | June 29th, 2017|General Advice|0 Comments

This Stuff Really Works

I haven’t written for a while because I have been totally overwhelmed with everything going on in my life. Here’s a brief overview. My youngest daughter is getting married, and we’re working on infinite details for the wedding. I had also been booked as a speaker at a Pesach program, and I had to prepare [...]

By | May 31st, 2017|General Advice|0 Comments

Confession: I Spent the Day on the Couch

I confess I spent almost the whole day (definitely more than half) lying on the couch watching TV. I love the BBC stuff (think Downton Abbey). I even ate Haagen Dazs! Today I just did not have any mojo. No juice. I kept thinking “I will go out for a walk,” but just could not [...]

By | February 9th, 2017|General Advice|0 Comments

There’s More Than One Path to Happiness

A thinking trap that we all fall into is believing that our life should be the same as we imagine it’s supposed to be. We imagine that there is this narrow path to happiness. One perfect path lined with success and riches. And since, in our minds at least, we are not on that idealized [...]

By | January 26th, 2017|General Advice|0 Comments

Money Is Money and Happy Is Happy

I have always heard that money cannot buy happiness. I have said it myself countless times. But I have to confess, I always felt like a liar when I said it. I looked at what I considered rich people and saw that they are as messed up as the rest of us—sometimes it seems even [...]

By | January 11th, 2017|General Advice|0 Comments

Growth Without Guilt

By Jewel Safren, LCSW After catching my breath after the Yom Tovim (is it sacrilegious to say, “Thank God they’re over?”), I would like to share my big innate health insight from this year with you. For any newcomers, and for those of you who need a refresher, innate health talks about how you are [...]

By | December 9th, 2016|General Advice|0 Comments

You Can Be in Two Places at the Same Time

By Jewel Safren, LCSW No, I am not a magician. But I have learned that I can be at two places at the same time — and so can you. Normally we are so caught up in the circumstances of our lives. We are so caught up in our feelings and thoughts that it’s kind [...]

By | December 9th, 2016|General Advice|0 Comments

Have you lost your mojo? What the heck is mojo anyway?

By Jewel Safren, LCSW Does anybody know what your mojo really is? My understanding is that it means your life force. When you’ve got your mojo, you’re cooking! We all know that experience of “cooking with gas” or “being in the flow.” When we are "in the flow," life is much more effortless. If you [...]

By | November 4th, 2016|General Advice|0 Comments

Stop Playing It Small

By Jewel Safren, LCSW It seems like all my biggest “crimes” against myself stem from the same thought cluster: playing it small. My set of beliefs about myself are so self-limiting—“You can’t do that! You are not organized enough, smart enough, whatever enough.” All these self-limiting beliefs. When I buy into these thoughts,I do not [...]

By | November 4th, 2016|General Advice|0 Comments
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