Ending a tumultuous year like 2020 calls for slowing down and reflecting. In this episode, Diana and Debbie take a pause to answer some end of year questions. Then they share their hopes for the New Year. Afterwards, Diana chats with Dr. Stephan Rechtschaffen who is the author of Timeshifting. He is a co-founder of the Omega Institute and Blue Spirit Costa Rica. During the conversation, we explore slowing down, finding intention, and trusting the process. Happy holidays and blessings for a healthy New Year in 2021 from all of us at Psychologists Off the Clock!
Resources for Slowing Down and Reflecting:
- Check out Diana’s 20 Journal Prompts to Close 2020 on Instagram @drdianahill
- Timeshifting by Stephan Rechtschaffen
- How to Be an Antiracist by Ibram X. Kendi
- The Brave Learner by Julie Bogart
- Neurodharma by Rick Hanson
- Slow by Brooke McAlary
- Anne Lamott on business and how to find time
- Research on time perception and the pandemic
- NPR story on how the pandemic has changed our sense of time
About Stephan Rechtschaffen, M.D.:
Stephan Rechtschaffen, M.D. founded Blue Spirit Costa Rica and co-founded the renowned Omega Institute in Rhinebeck, NY. He is a nationally recognized holistic physician who lectures on health, wellness, nutrition, longevity, and time. For decades, he has been involved in developing communities that model sustainable and spiritual dimensions of living a more wholesome and authentic lifestyle.
He is a coauthor of Vitality and Wellness and author of Timeshifting, a book that focuses on one’s relationship to time and stress amidst the quickening pace of modern life. These interests have drawn him to living and working in the more mindful and slower paced environment of Blue Spirit in Costa Rica.
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