1.7.16 Meditation; James Peterson, LCSW-R, CIC

I am pretty passionate about James Peterson’s topic today….How do we love…well?

It has always seemed tragic to me that so many of us spend time with people we love the most when our energy is at it’s lowest.  

We see our family at the end of the day after stress hormones have accumulated in our body.  In the evening, these stress hormones cloud all of our interactions with the ones we love.  It seems to me that the cause of so many relationship challenges are merely mismanaged nervous systems.

Mindfulness and meditation enable us to press the reset button in our bodies at the end of a long day, so the people that mean the most to us, get the better part of us.  By practicing mindfulness, we can remember that each of us are not the same people at the end of the day compared to when we said good-bye to each other in the morning.  Life impacts us through the day, and it behooves all of us to reunite at the end of the day by looking at each other with what I often refer to as “fresh eyes“.  Mindfulness trains us to do that.

James specializes in this ability to see people with “fresh” eyes.  He has honed the art of loving well, and has inspired hundreds of clients to do the same over his 27 years of professional counseling.  Currently, he teaches people who have lost everything due to brain trauma (their health, job, and spouses) to find a genuine exquisite loving place within themselves that enables them to fall in love with themselves and life on a much deeper level.

Ironically, love is the subject of movies, the theme of songs, and eloquently described on greeting cards, but daily demonstrations of love do not get much press.

James will be offering a discussion about loving well and all of it’s challenges,  at Numinous on Wednesday, January 13 at 7:00 PM.

To learn more about James Peterson’s True Heart Path programs, you can write James at: petersonjames11@yahoo.com



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How Do We Love…Well?????    (It may not be what you think)
James Peterson, LCSW-R, Founder True Heart Path
Wednesday January 13 at 7:00 PM
Unity Church of Albany

Have you ever regretted how you ended a relationship wishing you had not taken certain things for granted?
Has someone who means a lot to you ever hurt you deeply by an offhanded comment?
If you were to die tomorrow, would you you be remembered by your deep love for those around you…or something else?

We would be well advised to keep these questions fresh in our mind.  At the end of our lives, we will review our choices, and how well we loved will be the most important questions we ask ourselves.    Unfortunately, these questions are often forgotten as we strive to meet the urgency of life’s daily demands.  But, in this class, James Peterson, LMSW-C, will remind us how important it is that we not only love…. but love well. 

What does it mean to love ourselves and others well?

Even more importantly, what keeps us from loving?

James created the True Heart Path Program to help people come back into alignment with what he calls, their “true heart.”  The True Heart is what resides underneath so many of our actions, however it’s expression gets obscured through life’s demands and challenges.  James reminds people of their deepest wisdom as he adeptly guides them back to their greatest teacher, the teacher within of the True Heart.

James guides people to see all of our circumstances as opportunities to release from what no longer serves us and discover true peace within.

See how you can learn to add more power and beauty into your moment to moment existence to help make your life and our world a better place for peace and love to prosper.

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