Author name: Wayne C. Allen

About the Author: Wayne C. Allen is the web's Simple Zen Guy. Wayne was a Private Practice Psychotherapist in Ontario until June of 2013. Wayne is the author of five books, the latest being The. Best. Relationship. Ever.

Whole Being  —  Honest as Compared to Indirect

This entry is part 4 of 5 in the series Whole Being
Whole Being  —  Hon­est as com­pared to indi­rect  —  we think that hedg­ing or being polite is polit­i­cal­ly cor­rect. What we end up with is a dis­hon­est life. Here’s a client sto­ry from back a ways: I had a client with fibromyal­gia; her physi­cian referred her.  He thought I might be able to help her to choose

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Whole Being -- Honest as compared to indirect

Whole Being  —  Self-centered as Compared to Selfish

This entry is part 3 of 5 in the series Whole Being
Self-cen­tered as com­pared to self­ish  —  we need to learn to find our focus, and to bring it gen­tly back to learn­ing all there is to know about our­selves In keep­ing with this series of arti­cles, let me do a quick com­par­i­son of terms.  What I’m talk­ing about here is one’s “locus of atten­tion”  —  the

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