Entries by Terri Klein

Terri’s August Blog

  Goodbye Should; Hello Must   What I should have done this summer: I should have invested in…   Updating my website (launched in 2014) Developing better branding and business marketing strategies Expanding upon my pre-existing wellness curriculum Creating new PowerPoints to support that new curriculum Networking on Linked-In & building my social media presence […]

Terri’s July Blog

Sympathetic Joy   Buddhist wisdom has expanded my understanding of both suffering and joy. My intention today is to focus on the joy—more specifically on one particular state of mind known as “sympathetic joy.”   Buddhism teaches that there are four inner states where it is most valuable to reside: loving-kindness, compassion, sympathetic joy, and […]

Terri’s June Blog

Making Peace With My Pain at 50:   I consider every birthday to be a cause for celebration and most to be a time for healthy reflection. By that I mean, it’s a good time to review the past and to set goals for the future while at the same time not attaching to any […]

Terri’s April Blog

Redefining Change: From Transformation to Liberation   So many people get anxious just thinking about change. Every feeling we have and emotion we experience is the result of a thought, a story—of what we have made something mean.   So many of us have made change mean something that feels uncomfortable and is difficult to […]

Terri’s February Blog

  The Truth – Redefined   Warren Buffett wrote: What human beings are best at doing is interpreting all new information so that their prior conclusions remain intact.   In other words, he was confirming the human need for “confirmation bias.”

Terri’s November Blog

Living from a Place of Surrender   Many years ago I read a fascinating book by Michael Singer entitled The Untethered Soul. The book intrigued me from beginning to end. I remember reading the words and thinking they were written precisely for me.   I think Singer was the first person to help me truly […]

Terri’s October Blog

  The Power of Other People   There was a title that caught my eye in The New York Times on Sunday, Oct 29, 2017: Happiness Is Other People. Being that I have studied the science of happiness and have learned that happiness is predominantly an inside job, which has nothing to do with other […]

Terri’s September Blog

  Your Very Own Wellness Practice   What does it mean to be spiritual, to invest in your wellness, to pursue self-help; what do these phrases imply? And how do we measure, define, truly understand and most importantly live these concepts?   I dare not even attempt to define spirituality nor what it means to […]