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Gabriella Kortsch (Ph.D.)
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Author: Rewiring the Soul (2011) & The Tao of Spiritual Partnership (2012) & The Power of Your Heart (2013), Psychotherapist, Relationship Coach
Author: Rewiring the Soul (2011) & The Tao of Spiritual Partnership (2012) & The Power of Your Heart (2013), Psychotherapist, Relationship Coach

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"Podrías mirar hacia otro lado": Muy a menudo nos referimos a lo que podemos hacer con nuestros sentimientos negativos, nuestro dolor y nuestra desesperación. Son tantas las técnicas, tantas las conversaciones, tantos los talleres y tantos (cientos y cientos) los libros de ayuda, y aun así ... haz clic abajo para seguir leyendo

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"Bombarding Yourself With Other People's Thoughts": You may think your thoughts are your own. After all, you're an intelligent human being, right? Or, you may think that what you watch on TV, what you read, and so on, may sway you, but again, your thoughts are your own, aren't they, because, after all, you're an intelligent human being. So explain to me what happens ... click below to continue reading

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The latest online on demand video with Gabriela Kortsch: Freedom From the Torture of Your Thoughts

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"Giving Birth to Yourself" Erich Fromm, psychoanalyst and author of The Art of Loving among many other books, wrote: A person's main task in life is to give birth to oneself. Giving birth to yourself can happen at any age. You could be in your 70's, you could be a teenager, you might be in your mid-thirties: it makes no difference, you can make this exhilarating change in your life at any time. Why ... click below to continue reading

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Usa tus emociones: Con frecuencia escribo en el blog sobre la importancia de nuestros sentimientos, nuestras emociones y nuestra frecuencia energética como barómetro que nos dice si vamos o no por el buen camino. Si te sientes abatido, triste, deprimido, desesperado, enfadado, celoso, etc., no cabe duda ... haz clic abajo para seguir leyendo

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"Boundaries & the Unacceptable: Is It Always Possible to Say No?" In these posts and my monthly newsletter articles, I've written a lot about the importance of developing healthy boundaries, and about the fact that implicit in this growth is that this is one of the ways we learn to love ourselves. So when someone behaves in ways ... click below to continue reading

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"Are You Bored If You’re Not in a Relationship?": This business about being bored if you’re not in a relationship is really important because on the one hand it means you’ll get into a new relationship very quickly (perhaps too quickly) for all the wrong reasons, or, at least, for a lot of the wrong reasons. On the other hand, it tells us a lot about ... click below to continue reading

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"Nostalgia: The Aroma of Coffee": Emptying the grains of a packet of aromatic dark Costa Rican coffee into an airtight container earlier today, in my mind's eye I suddenly saw my maternal grandmother standing in front of me making the same motions of cutting open a packet and emptying the coffee grains into a container so many times, so many years ago. That memory then ... click below to continue reading

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"The Blows Life Deals": When life deals you blows - maybe just an occasional one, or perhaps a series of hard blows, like boulders crashing down a mountain during the rainy season, one after the other - if you have nothing in place that gives you shelter, you may be in for a much harder time than you are able ... click below to continue reading

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"Does Making a Mistake Mean You're Out of Your Comfort Zone?" When babies reach about 11-13 months of age they begin to walk. Tentatively at first, then more securely, and finally, of course, they walk perfectly, unless there is a physiological or neurological challenge not attributable to their skills. At the beginning, a parent is typically there to help the child, encourage the ... click below to continue reading
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