Trupti Pandya: Adding Compassion To The Prescription

Posted by Rish Sanghvi on Aug 30, 2017
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This week's Awakin Call guest: 'Trupti Pandya: Adding Compassion To The Prescription Therapy

Reflection questions: Our guest this week found a skillful "middle way" between her structured studies/training in western psychology and her heart's commitment to deeper healing through love. How have you navigated your head and heart to stretch and reach more deeply in your profession or work?


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  • Maryanne de wrote ...

    I try to let all structure fall into Love and Mercy, before listening to what my 'head' might have to say. I try to sense the quality of my thoughts, to discern that they are arising from a contemplative place in the heart. This is on-going, and never perfect!

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