Welcome to the archived web site of
Will Joel Friedman, Ph.D. Psychologist (1950-2013)
California License No. PSY 10092
 
Specializing in Presence-Centered Therapy
balancing mind and heart, body and spirit

Now in memoriam - This website is no longer being updated
While Dr. Friedman is no longer with us, there are still many helpful resources on his site. Articles and resource links have been relocated to the top. His family hopes you might find them helpful. But since this site is no longer being updated, some links may no longer work.

 


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Articles by Dr. Friedman (except where noted otherwise)

Categorized by Process | Topic

From His Book | Meditations For Life | The Flow of Money, Business and Innovation | Transpersonal/Mind-Body | Approaches, Worldview and Will-isms

Skills For Life: The Core Playing Field | Free the Ego, and You Are Free | Feeling, Thought, Communication & Action

Strategies/Distinctions For Life: The Core Playing Field | Free the Ego, and You Are Free

Awakening Stories/Metaphors For Life: The Core Playing Field | Free the Ego, and You Are Free | The Way It Is

Holiday Family Gatherings | Cartoons, Jokes and Humor | Poems and Quotes | Song Lyrics, Wit and Wisdom

Approaches, Worldview and Will-isms

Symptoms of Inner Peace and Joy

Adapted by Will Joel Friedman, Ph.D.
from Saskia Davis, Jeff Rockwell and Author Unknown


George Demont Otis     On the Old Road
  1. A tendency to think and act spontaneously rather than on fears based on past experiences.
     
  2. An unmistakable ability to enjoy each moment along with the expression of a great sense of humor that pokes fun at the foibles of being human.
     
  3. A loss of interest in judging other people, interpreting the actions of others, comparing yourself with others, conflict, hate and worry.
     
  4. Frequent, overwhelming episodes of appreciation, generosity and smiling.
     
  5. Contented feelings of connectedness with others and nature.
     
  6. An increased tendency to balance letting things happen with making them happen as well as blending public work lives with private home lives.
     
  7. Chronic positive expectations and a tendency to frame events in a constructive, learning and uplifting light.
     
  8. A persistent ability to adapt to changing conditions, an outstanding commitment to personal growth and maturity as well as consciously know and deliberately live our reason for being.
     
  9. Prominent development of excellent character and fine judgement along with increased sensitivity, awareness and reflectiveness.
     
  10. Rapid response and recovery of adrenalin system due to repeated challenges along with an increased appetite for physical activity.
     
  11. A clear tendency to listen, identify, communicate, express through, release and derive meanings from feelings.
     
  12. An strong tendency to contribute and be of service to others and society.
     
  13. An increased susceptibility to the love extended by others as well as the uncontrollable urge to extend it.

George Demont Otis     Sunny Meadow 1931
 
© Copyright 2013 by Will Joel Friedman, Ph.D., Saskia Davis and Jeff Rockwell.
 
 


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