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Rohini’s Blog

He Said, She Said: Annoying Habits

This week’s Vlog is about my annoying habits. Angus talks about some of my habits that he no longer finds annoying because he understands that he feels his thinking and not my behavior. This helped me to get over being stubborn about my behavior. He also fesses up to some OCD quirks of his own.   Angus and Rohini love working with couples and helping them reduce conflict and discord so they can experience more love and harmony in their relationships. They co-facilitate individualized three-day couple's retreats that support the deepening of connection and understanding. We work with couples who are struggling and...

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Change is Easy When Reality is Paper-Thin

I have been thinking about how amazing it is that we each live in our own separate reality that we create. We see our thinking and feel it. Each of us experiences the world uniquely. Our reality looks very solid and consistent, but we are creating it moment to moment. As one of my clients said recently, reality is paper-thin. In fact, it is even thinner than that. Thought has no weight and can shift in an instant.   That is how easy it is to change. We have a fresh thought, an insight, a realization. We see something new beyond the projection...

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He Said, She Said: Cultural Differences Don’t Have to Create Drama

Angus accuses Rohini of being a barbarian because of how she holds her fork, and she manages to not stab him with it. That is progress! They discuss how cultural differences are made up, and how it is possible to move beyond them. Love is what matters!   Angus and Rohini love to work with couples and help them reduce conflict and discord so they can experience more love and harmony in their relationships. They co-facilitate individualized three-day couple's retreats that support the deepening of connection and understanding. We work with couples who are struggling and couples who would like to deepen the...

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S2 Womanhood From the Inside-Out with Rohini Ross – Ep6

Hi, I’m Clésia Mendes and welcome to the 2nd Season of Womanhood from the Inside-Out! In this interview series, we’ll be discovering and uncovering the nature of Womanhood from the Inside-Out? Why it's important? When does it show? How can we identify it? And what are the implications of Womanhood from the Inside-Out? You can reach me at https://www.facebook.com/clesia.mendes or http://www.clesiamendes.com/   Today's guest is my dear friend Rohini Ross. Rohini is a psychotherapist, a leadership consultant, a transformative coach and a Huffpost blogger. She facilitates training and personalized programs for individuals, couples, and professionals to help them connect more fully with...

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How Does Personal Change Happen?

I was listening to a 3PGC talk recently and heard Chip Chipman say, "The true self cannot be described. It can only be felt." I had an "aha!" moment and understood more clearly what Sydney Banks was pointing to when he says in his recordings, "The wisdom is in the feeling. You are looking for a feeling." I hear it now as another way of saying you are looking for your true self, and you will know you have found it by the feelings that accompany it. We all know the beautiful feelings we are capable of having. They let us...

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He Said, She Said: A Simple Life

A very windy Vlog encouraging us all to slow down and take the pressure off ourselves. We can trust in our deeper feelings of love and wisdom to guide us. There is a simplicity in living life this way -- one step at a time -- rather than over complicating things.   Angus and Rohini love to work with couples and help them reduce conflict and discord so they can experience more love and harmony in their relationships. They co-facilitate individualized three-day couple's retreats that support the deepening of connection and understanding. We work with couples who are struggling and couples who would...

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A Deal Breaker Today Could Rule Out the Love of Your Life Tomorrow

Angus and I have been working with several couples recently where the subject of deal breakers has come up. They thought it would be a good idea to clarify deal breakers in service to deciding whether or not to move forward with their relationships. When I look back on my relationship with Angus, I realize there were many things that I would have considered to be deal breakers early on in our relationship if I had thought this way, but they turned out not to be.   One that comes to mind is that I was absolutely committed to being a stay-at-home...

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He Said, She Said: Letting Go and Getting Reflective Beats Freaking Out

Angus and I are spending a few days in a northern paradise while we attend the 3P school. I love what Angus shares about how as soon as he stopped focusing on his upset and got more reflective, his mind relaxed, and he got the information he needed. I can certainly relate! When I get caught up in my thoughts of stress and worry it is such a relief to be able to unglue myself and drop into my natural state. I was really moved by his experience of connecting more deeply with his true nature and knowing the intelligence...

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There is No Solid You — You Are Infinite Potential

I was in a discussion group this week and writer's block was mentioned. It never occurred to me that I could get writer's block. Then as soon as I started thinking about it, I started to worry about it happening to me. It was the equivalent of medical student's disease. This happens when medical students experience the symptoms of the disease they are studying. I started to bring the experience of writer's block into fruition just by thinking about it.   It was interesting to watch me bring something I had never considered before into my experience and make it feel real simply by thinking...

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He Said, She Said: Differences Are Not the Problem in Relationships

Angus is nearly ready to walk off the Vlog again because I mention that couples have different preferences related to frequency of sex. I'm not sure why he was so freaked out by this. All I was saying is that differences are often seen as the problem in relationships, and are perceived as the cause of incompatibility, when the real culprit is being caught up in negative thinking.   We all have the capacity to work through differences and find common ground when we are connected with our wellbeing and able to tap into our infinite potential for new thought. When...

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