experienceNothing can seem more urgent, important, and real than the sense that there is not enough for us. Not enough love. Not enough food. The sense of scarcity may not even connect to any clear sense of what is missing. But that doesn’t take away its power.

Regular readers of this blog know that we appreciate the insights of Rick Hanson.

He wrote an elegant post on the opposite of this feeling of deprivation, the sense of being “full”, having plenty and we would like to encourage you to read it – just follow this link.

While you are at it, why not subscribe to his blog. It is often inspirational, and Rick, who is a neuropsychologist, and a frequent speaker at universities and workshops around the country, is very wise and thoughtful.