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The Worse Best View

I recently went on a cruise to Alaska. One of the stops was to a majestic natural wonder, called Hubbard Glacier. When the ship neared the location, the captain announced that the best place to view the glacier was the helicopter landing pad area at the front of the ship. He also informed us that

Happy New Year from New Stress Relief

During this time we often reflect on how we want our year or lives to unfold. We may call it New Year’s resolutions, intentions, or life goals. And often, at the end of the year, we reflect on how many, or how little of these we actually manage to accomplish. According to the Journal of

Mindfulness and Mantra Meditation on September 28

Join Sherly Sulaiman at Unplug Meditation Upcoming Mindfulness Meditation Session on September 28 Unplug Meditation:  12401 Wilshire Blvd Suite 101 Los Angeles, CA 90025 info@unplugmeditation.com (310) 826-8899 Time: 7pm – 7:45pm Book Now  

Hit Your Mindfulness Mark

It’s pilot season in Hollywood. One of my clients, Cathy (not her real name), an actress that flies to Los Angeles from Sydney every year during this time, inquired about utilizing mindfulness for her craft. We normally focus on hypnotherapy to help her uncover anything that unconsciously holds her back from performing her best and

Happy Valentine’s Day…Forever

Wouldn’t it be nice to have a wonderful Valentine’s Day, no matter what…for the rest of your life? For a celebration that’s meant to be about love, Valentine’s Day sure can bring up experiences far away from it. Whether you’re single, separated, in a relationship or in an unhappy relationship, insecurities related to romantic love

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Happy “You” Year

Remember that at the core of every wish is the desire to be happy or at peace. So, how about doing your New Year’s resolution from the inside out? Try feeling good or calm first. If this seems too difficult, use your imagination. Imagine how you would feel if you have just achieved one of

Happy Thanks(for)giving

“Sometimes in order to be happy in the present moment, you have to be willing to give up all hopes for a better past.” – Robert Holden For many of us, spending time with certain family members can reopen old emotional wounds, even if we thought the scar tissues had healed for good. The holidays

You Are Good Enough

“Sherly, I got the part!” my client, Mary (not her real name), exclaimed on the phone, as she excitedly explained that she got the part in the pilot for which she was auditioning. I could almost see the tears of joy in her eyes. Quite different from the tears of frustration she shed only a

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