I have had some free time on my hands due to my ankle injury and I love to learn. I have read a few books, “ Trauma Sensitive Yoga”, “Yoga Skills for Therapists” “Body Sense” (Embodied Self Awareness) “The Traumatized Self” and 3 books on Herbs
I’ve finished up some training videos: 11 Hour Johnson Gottman Summit on Relationships; EMDR Step by Step; and the Sexual Comfort Zone (for therapists to be a little bit more open, less surprised and less judgmental when they hear what is happening in the world of their clients); Reflexology; Head, Neck and Shoulder Massage; The Everyday Gourmet- The Lost Art of Cooking
I’ve been working on writing a few workbooks- The Affair Workbook-How not to have an affair; and Emotional Connection- Helping men who are interested in connecting emotionally and don’t know how to start
When I said I had some free time on my hands, perhaps I underestimated just how much free time I did have.
I find it fascinating how learning about one topic that seems unrelated to another topic always has patterns that are connected. The above topics sounded really disjointed, but when taken together with Game Theory and Mathematical Decision Making, they have related elements. Seeing the connections is really spiritual for me sometimes.
I hope my next few blogs can spark some good ideas, teach some skills and help challenge you to look for patterns.
Do any of the topics above spark your interest? What do you want to hear more about from the above selection?