Change the Viewing, Change the Doing On a daily basis our society requires us to operate within a great amount of tunnel vision through activities such as driving, reading, and the ubiquitous use of electronics. Focusing with our eyes directs energy. In tunnel vision everything is focused with visual emphasis, no other senses are in
Karliese Greiner-Laurie, LCSW, CASAC is a psychotherapist, Ericksonian hypnotherapist and an alcoholism/substance abuse counselor. She maintains a private practice in Manhattan which integrates the modalities of hypnosis, psychodynamic and schema-focused cognitive behavioral therapies and mindfulness-based techniques. For additional info, check her listing on www.psychologytoday.com.Karliese Greiner-Laurie, LCSW-R, CASAC has written 2 articles so far, you can find them below.
Walking in a Straight Line
Often we associate the practice of meditation as a static activity; perhaps in a cross-legged position with our eyes closed. Yet sitting still is a difficult task for many of us. Maybe even especially so since we are feeling the increasing pressure to produce at our jobs, maintaining the home environment or simply having more