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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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Being Like a Mountain: What Hokusai’s <i>The Great Wave</i> Says About Remaining Calm in Troubled Times
Investigating tsunami-sized emotions, one moment at a time
Uploaded 12 Jun 2020
The Gift of Painful Feelings: The Benefits of Opening Up to Unpleasant Emotions
By facing our emotions fully, we can turn them into allies on our path toward awakening
Uploaded 20 Feb 2020
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
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