Sounds True was founded in 1985 by Tami Simon with a clear mission: to disseminate spiritual wisdom. Since starting out as a project with one woman and her tape recorder, we have grown into a multimedia publishing company.
Eckhart’s simple teachings have helped people throughout the world find inner peace and greater fulfillment in their lives. At the core of the teachings lies the transformation of consciousness, a spiritual awakening that he sees as the next step in human evolution. An essential aspect of this awakening consists in transcending our ego-based state of consciousness. This is a prerequisite not only for personal happiness but also for the ending of violence on our planet.
Mindfulnet.org is an independent mindfulness website that aims to provide “everything you need to know about mindfulness in one place”.
Intentional Peer Support is a way of thinking about and inviting powerfully transformative relationships among people. Practitioners learn to use relationships to see things from new angles, develop greater awareness of personal and relational patterns, and support and challenge each other in trying new things.
Addressing the Elephant on the Bridge
I’m not going to tell you I agree with this article only because I haven’t read it. I don’t agree with the romanticized b^llsh!t that most people try to sell others about keeping a person alive because they were meant to live. I think that’s the most hypocritical cr@p I ever heard like the rationalization that a tumor like piece of flesh inside of a woman was meant to be a living human being and has rights inside a woman’s body. Whatever you believe I am not going to try to change it and foist my idea of reality on to you.
This is a list about suicide. I think it’s important to read and converse about the subject. I think it’s more important to not overrule people who feel suicidal and their ideas and why they feel the way they do. Death is not evil. Neither is wanting to die. A suicidal person’s feelings and thoughts and ideas are their own. As a person who has tried to commit suicide and has felt suicidal often I encourage you to stop and listen and not feel obligated to put someone down when they feel that way.
Todd Hanson The Bridge Between Suicide And Life – Addressing the Elephant on the Bridge
Kevin Briggs – This Ex-Officer’s Haunting, Powerful Words About Suicide Could Save Someone’s Life
Stay: The Social Contagion of Suicide and How to Preempt It
Jennifer Michael Hecht – Stay: A History of Suicide and the Philosophies Against It Another person writes a book about suicide. Maybe the only saving grace of this book (I haven’t read it nor even the whole article,) is the discussion of moralizing suicide in societies organizations.
Intentional Peer Support
Intentional Peer Support is a way of thinking about and inviting powerfully transformative relationships among people. Practitioners learn to use relationships to see things from new angles, develop greater awareness of personal and relational patterns, and support and challenge each other in trying new things. “As peer support in mental health proliferates, we must be mindful of our intention: social change. It is not about developing more effective services, but rather about creating dialogues that have influence on all of our understandings, conversations, and relationships.” – Shery Mead, Founder of IPS
Unspecified Psychological Pages
The Poetics of the Psyche: Adam Phillips on Why Psychoanalysis Is Like Literature and How Art Soothes the Soul
by Maria Popova
Animal Madness: How Deciphering Mental Illness in Our Fellow Beings Helps Us Become Better Versions of Ourselves