Understanding the Intelligence in Your Anger

by Anchen Texter, Dynamic Emotional Integration® trainer and consultant. Anger is an everyday emotion. If you like to have the radio on a certain station, it’s your anger that helps you speak up to keep it there. If you like to have your coffee with cream and sugar, it’s your anger that helps you ask for it at the diner. If you like to look out the window … Read More

Have You Ever Found Yourself Uninspired, Out of Steam?

You may need to bring more Balance and Flow into your life. ~ Sunday, March 31 ~ Roseneath, Ontario, Canada ~ 9:30am to 12pm Join Francine Bélanger, Licensed Dynamic Emotional Integration® Trainer, Certified Martha Beck Life Coach and experienced Yoga Teacher, to explore your inner balance and how you can improve balance and flow in your daily life, making it possible to access the deep knowledge … Read More

Better Together

~ by Anchen Texter, licensed DEI Trainer & Consultant ~ Western culture has stereotypes about emotions that put them into rigid boxes: anger is to be controlled, sadness is only appropriate in certain instances, fear is to be hidden, and happiness is to be expressed, but not too much. There is so much more to our emotional lives than this limited range! What we don’t realize … Read More

Why There Are No Negative Emotions

~ by Jessica Moore, licensed DEI Trainer & Consultant ~ How often have you been warned of the dangers of “negative” emotions? Whether from psychologists or New Age gurus, that phrase is repeated so often that I wouldn’t blame you at all if you took it as gospel. I used to feel that way! But what if the truth was radically different? What if all emotions … Read More

Educate with Empathy – a more effective way to learn.

~ by Anchen Texter,  DEI Trainer & Consultant Comfort and safety are feelings you might not associate with online courses, but these two values are at the core of empathic course design. Every day, our bodies shift from the parasympathetic nervous system (rest and replenish) to the sympathetic nervous system (fight or flight) and back again as we go from home to work, or from a … Read More

Resolutions and Emotions

~ by Sherry Jean Olander, DEI Trainer & Consultant ~ Most people I know don’t even bother to make New Year’s resolutions. Some folks who really want to make lasting changes in their life start out with the best of intentions, but you know the drill – they end up overwhelmed, discouraged, and depressed by the 2nd week of January. Are you one of these people? … Read More

Holiday Tips for Emotional Health

by Sherry J. Olander, licensed DEI Trainer & Consultant This time of year is chock full of holidays from various cultures and religions. In America, the holiday season usually begins at Thanksgiving and continues until New Year’s Day. During this time there is a lot going on and most people will say that it is very stressful! If you are familiar with Dynamic Emotional Integration® and the … Read More

Ego, Shame, & Cognitive Dissonance

by Jessica Moore, licensed Dynamic Emotional Integration® Trainer In today’s polarized social and political climate, it can be hard to maintain integrity and empathy in our interactions with those who don’t agree with us. One of our most helpful allies in this is the much-maligned and often-misunderstood emotion of shame. Even though shame isn’t the easiest emotion to feel and work with, it is invaluable in … Read More

Here we gather…to honor our emotions!

by Jennifer Asdorian, licensed DEI® Trainer Earlier this year, a dear friend of mine became engaged. She and her fiancé wanted a do-it-yourself wedding in the Sierra Nevada Mountains of California. Their plan was to have guests backpack to the high camp and also give everyone invited a job to do. They asked me to be one of two officiants, and I took the opportunity to create … Read More

Empathy in the Middle East

Pia Ault, MS, licensed DEI Trainer shares the experience of her recent empathy workshop in Saudi Arabia. A few months ago, I was invited to hold a workshop on Dynamic Emotional Integration® in Saudi Arabia, at a large government university (male only) for managers and directors. As men and boys are typically part of what we call the exile group – that is, a group who are … Read More

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