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The Advantage of Doing “Nothing”
It might look like I’m doing nothing. But physiologically, my metabolism is very busy! The Power of Silence People cannot be “on the go” every minute of every waking hour. An orchestra is nothing more than a loud cacophony of white noise, if all instruments played all the notes they can. Pauses, gaps, space—they areContinue reading “The Advantage of Doing “Nothing””
The Wasp & the Bee – How to Survive an Unfair World
What a wasp taught me about living in an unfair world.
Rumi, on patience versus anxiety.
When I run after what I think I want, my days are a furnace of stress and anxiety; if I sit in my own place of patience, what I need flows to me, and without pain. From this I understand that what I want also wants me, is looking for me and attracting me. ThereContinue reading “Rumi, on patience versus anxiety.”
If I could whisper one thing to make you happy…
On Quora someone asked: “If you could whisper one thing into everybody’s ear to make them happier, what would you say to them?” Some of the answers seemed to make false promises (“I will zap all pain away”) or offered perky reassurance (“you’re doing great”). But, is happiness just about raising a smile for aContinue reading “If I could whisper one thing to make you happy…”
Re-Engineer your Beliefs to Fly
“Information that isn’t continuously useful gets forgotten” said the neuroscientist. This got me thinking, in my typical fashion of pondering ways to apply neuroscientific understanding to our real life. Whilst the neuroscientist’s statement is nothing new to me, in terms of cellar atrophy and neuroplasticity, nor even novel in terms of behaviour (“use it orContinue reading “Re-Engineer your Beliefs to Fly”