Based on books, Personal development, Psychology

10 Things you Need to Know about Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)

In terms of approaches to dealing with the unbearable suffering of being alive, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy offers a refreshingly pragmatic solution.  As distinct from other forms of therapy that encourage you to question the validity of your negative thoughts, ...
Personal development, Productivity, Psychology, Self-awareness, Spirituality

Secrets to Being Satisfied with Less – the Best Bits from the Minimalism Documentary

I heard many good things about the Minimalism documentary (full title: Minimalism: a Documentary about the Important Things, currently available on Netflix). So what is it all about? The documentary primarily follows the Minimalists themselves, Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemusthe, ...
Personal development, Productivity, Psychology, Self-awareness

42 Powerful Questions for Self-Reflection (that help you to Know Yourself)

Following the powerful 28 questions, here are 42 more you can use to crank up the self-awareness dial. Enjoy. questions about your inner world 1. Is my social media use intelligent? Thought I’d hit you where it hurts right away. I know ...
Based on books, Personal development, Psychology, Self-awareness, Spirituality

3 Things You Might Need to Teach Yourself if You Had a Narcissistic Parent

In the interests of transparency (and avoiding a slap in the face), I do not have a narcissistic parent. But just like the rest of us, I have experienced narcissistic individuals. Plus, I know a woman that has a narcissistic ...
Based on books, Psychology, Recommended Books, Self-awareness, Spirituality

5 Energy Experiments that Prove Reality is Malleable

Ever done an energy experiment?  If no, you’re going to love this! Hopefully.  Energy experiments first appeared on my radar after I read Pam Grout’s New York Times bestselling book, E-squared. The book, which reads like a lab manual, presents simple experiments ...
Personal development, Psychology, Self-awareness

How to Know your Dominant Basic Instinct (without Removing your Underwear)

If you have never seen the movie Basic Instinct, allow me to fill you in. In the movie’s iconic scene, Sharon Stone’s character, Catherine Tramell, re-crosses her legs while sitting in an interrogation room, thereby revealing her underwear-less crotch in front of the ...