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About Art of Living

 

About the author 

 

Seth Shugar teaches literature, psychology, and philosophy at Marianopolis College, and is also a therapist in private practice. He has a bachelors degree in Western philosophy and Eastern religion from McGill University, a master’s degree in psychological approaches to literature from McGill University, and a three-year post-masters degree in clinical psychology from the Argyle Institute of Human Relations.

 

Art of Living is published monthly.

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You Can Change the Past: Using Active Mindfulness to Rescript Difficult Memories
Beyond accepting the past, we can actively change it and thus our future
Uploaded 20 Dec 2019
Pain, Purpose, and Parenting: Greta Thunberg and Joanna Macy on Personal Crises and Societal Solutions
Transforming personal crises into action for societal crises
Uploaded 11 Oct 2019
Dilution is the Solution: The Limitations of Conventional Mindfulness as a Response to Difficult Feelings
Expanding one's view to accommodate some of the “salt” in our lives
Uploaded 12 Jul 2019
Practicing Gratitude When the Sh*t Hits the Fan: Plutarch and the Practice of Blending
Counting our blessings when life goes off course
Uploaded 3 Apr 2019
The Buddha and Bing Bong on How to Eliminate Suffering from Your Life
Suffering and the end of suffering
Uploaded 6 Mar 2019
Oh, the Places We Won’t Go: Dr. Seuss Let Loose on Trump’s Proposed Border Wall
Analyzing the absurdity of division and exclusion through the satire of Dr. Seuss
Uploaded 1 Feb 2019
Using <i>A Christmas Carol</i> to Clarify Your Core Values
A sentimental and at times a brutally compassionate guide to personal transformation
Uploaded 24 Dec 2018
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