Posts by Ben Skerrett

How Change Really Happens- Learning how to consciously influence the process of change in your life

How Change Really Happens- Learning how to consciously influence the process of change in your life

In this video I talk about how the process of change takes place and I walk you through the steps...

Overcoming Inner Conflicts

Overcoming Inner Conflicts

  In this video I talk about how inner conflicts are created and how to overcome them. Inner conflicts often...

How to Strengthen Your Intuition

How to Strengthen Your Intuition

In this video I give you a simple but powerful way to strengthen your intuition through accessing the three different intelligence...

Understanding Your Fear

Understanding Your Fear

  In this video I talk about how to distinguish between the fear that relates to a physical danger and...

The Gifts of Struggle

The Gifts of Struggle

Much of the modern-day culture is designed to make you believe that life shouldn’t be hard, and that struggle is...

How we use Addiction and Numbing as Coping Mechanism

How we use Addiction and Numbing as Coping Mechanism

In this video i talk about the relationship between addiction, numbing and emotional pain. Addiction and numbing are strongly correlated...

Understanding Emotional Repression as a Coping Mechanism

Understanding Emotional Repression as a Coping Mechanism

Emotional Repression is a very common coping mechanism that can prevent us from experiencing healing and authentic self expression. When...

Understanding Denial as an Emotional Defence Mechanism

Understanding Denial as an Emotional Defence Mechanism

Denial is a very common coping mechanism that we use to avoid facing uncomfortable scary emotions and truths in life....

Are you trading your love and authenticity for approval?

Are you trading your love and authenticity for approval?

It is so easy to lose yourself in the alluring whirlwind of life that often times you forget about the...

Blaming as an Emotional Defence Mechanism 

Blaming as an Emotional Defence Mechanism 

Blaming as a form of emotional avoidance is often used to deflect taking responsibility for our emotional pain. When we...

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