Unstuck thinking includes being playful, creative, willing to experiment, make changes, and bring a freshness to every day. It's about looking outside the box for answers to little questions, being alive to all of one's senses: seeing, hearing, attuning, questioning, and noticing what brings joy, variety, and beauty to our lives.
─ Charlotte Sophia Kasl in If the Buddha Got Stuck

Book: Stuck: Why We Can’t (or Won’t) Move On by Anneli Rufus is an astonishingly insightful book about being stuck on the past, the present, habits, trauma, others, and work.

Audio: Getting Unstuck: Breaking Your Habitual Patterns & Encountering Naked Reality by Pema Chodron presents a toolbox of practices that can be used to deal with "sticky feelings," our cravings, habits, and addictions.

Book Excerpt: In this excerpt from A Generous Presence: Spiritual Leadership and the Art of Coaching, Rochelle Melander offers some questions to ask yourself in order to find the spiritual gifts of being stuck.

Book Excerpt: In this excerpt from The Courage to be Free: Discover Your Original Fearless Self, Guy Finley explains how we create our own ruts and moments of being stuck by the way we look at things.

Film: Joe vs. the Volcano is an adult fairy tale about a man who is stuck in a rut at work and in his life until he discovers the way out: accept a mission, fall in love, and take a risk.

Spiritual Practice: Aliveness by Jamal Rahman is recommended for overcoming burnout or depression. It involves making a commitment to incorporate into your life whatever makes you come alive and feel joyous and authentic.

E-Course: Beating the Blahs is a 21-day email program with nuggets of wisdom from different traditions on restoring your resolve and getting over the feeling of being stuck.

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