Tag: psychology

about helping…
Soul

About Helping… 

There is a common saying that I like: “No help should make the one who gives it feel haughty nor the one who receives it aggrieved.” Human nature has the tendency to receive love through giving, but love is not a currency, and it cannot…

fear of depth
Life

Fear of Depth 

Something is intervening in our intentions and keeping us from being ourselves: a fear of depth. If you’re thinking, “I want to be that kind of a person! I want to do this! I want to do that!” then go ahead. Just wish, and it…

do not anger
Health

Do not Anger 

“I’m convinced that our life journey is an upward spiral. Sometimes it feels like we’ve traveled all the way yet it still feels like we are back to square one. Believe me, where we are is a deeper and higher reflection of square one. I…

the mind
Soul

The Mind 

When a mind overthinks, it unavoidably finds itself in a myriad of negative thoughts. Before long, thoughts tend to gravitate toward criticizing, finding mistakes, judging, angering, envying, despairing, regretting, and worrying. A mind focused on negativity soon becomes oblivious to real solutions. But what about…

focus on your good features
Soul

Focus on Your Good Features 

Buddha gave some simple yet effective advice for people who want to change themselves: Focus on your good features. Most of us encounter various hurdles in life. It might be the growing number of weeds in your garden, a fungal infection in your body, or…

the fear of peace
Soul

The Fear of Peace 

Based on my observations of our times, one of the most serious phobias is “the fear of peace.” It’s such a limiting and confusing fear that when confronted with peace, which is the only solution to their problems, people react painfully, similar to how people…

the tyrant and the sage
Soul

The Tyrant and the Sage 

We have two sides, one side that deems itself to be two sides. One is a tyrant, while the other is a sage. The tyrant divides and separates, yet the sage does not discriminate. The tyrant assumes, while the sage sees and knows. The tyrant…

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