Hello, nice to meet you!
My name is Tingyi, and I'm a yoga practioner, an art psychotherapist, and a lover of cooking and travel. I live and work in London, UK, originally from Taiwan.
I value the power of compassion, kindness, and forgiveness.
At the moment I am planning and preparing to launch my own tiny private practice space (I welcome collaborations in art, design, etc!). You can check out my website for more information: https://www.tingyilai.com
Happy to be here 👋🌱
Dressed up with @gueorgui for Alice Sara Ott’s Nightfall concert🎹💓and watched it .. at home on our iPad! Thanks to the pandemic that saved us the tickets to Berlin and the accommodation😅
Photo taken by @gueorgui
Lost and found; rupture and repair.
I had a slow walk with @gueorgui last week. It’s been awhile because of the lockdown, and it felt good! I wonder if the lockdown allows us to see the world from a rather humble perspective😉
Someday you will look back and know exactly why it had to happen. Photo taken by @gueorgui
“These days I’ve often wondered, who in the world am I? And very seriously at that. If you took away my career as a plastic surgeon, and the happy environment I’m living in, and threw me out into the world, with no explanation, and with everything stripped away — what in the world would I be?”
Completely randomly learned about the flow chart by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi. To achieve flow or enter the "zone", a state where you deliberately control your attention instead of forcing it on a task, you need this task to be clearly defined, not too hard or too easy, and which can provide instant feedback. Csikszentmihalyi referred to flow as "an optimal experience" which of course is clearly enjoyable.
It seems kinda obvious but it actually helps putting logical explanations behind feelings.
Sunshine in London finally🌞🌞🌞🌱
In other words, having the ability to say ‘I love you’ in a million different ways even when things get hard.😉
Yes, we argue a lot.
After each emotional storm, I tend to review photos of us and realise how much happiness there is between us. I am then reminded that it is not having a sky without storms, or work without fatigue, or relationships without disappointments that makes you happy. Being happy is finding strength to forgive, to keep faith high in challenging times, and maintaining love and respect in disagreements.
From the birdsite: Something worth your 5 minutes to watch! Psychotherapist Philippa Perry talking about her new book. ‘Your child is not a project to perfect.'
A childlike Art Psychotherapist who believes the power in love and communication based in London 👋
Merveilles is a community project aimed at the establishment of new ways of speaking, seeing and organizing information — A culture that seeks augmentation through the arts of engineering and design. A warm welcome to any like-minded people who feel these ideals resonate with them.