Sounds like a very heavy topic, but we, of course, handle it in our normal low-key, informal way.
On this episode, Jeremy Sadler joins me to talk about positive affirmations and why they don’t work. Of course, you know they do work, but Jeremy lays out where we go wrong in making affirmations causing them not to work.
Excited to have as my guest host, Victoria James, founder of Mindflowers, in the studio with us to talk about self-importance and how mastering it will boost your authentic happiness by a factor of 10.
This week, Sarah returns back to the studio, and with her, she brought an interesting topic.
Do you ever get the feeling that something is not quite right with the world? This feeling sometimes manifests itself in the form of dissatisfaction, anxiety, or existential dread. But is this dissatisfaction inherent? Well, that’s exactly what Sarah and I dive into for episode #139.
In our open-ended casual style, we examine the topic through a variety of lenses from Samsara (“wandering through, flowing on”, in the sense of “aimless and directionless wandering”), to Stoicism, The Matrix, and our own personal life experiences.
In this episode, We’re talking about resilience and how to bounce back from bullying.
Viki has first-hand experience with bullying both as a kid and as an adult, and now as a parent whose child has had to deal with bullying. She drops some useful tips covering the problem from multiple levels.
As you gear up for Valentine’s Day this week, consider this: romantic love is a modern construct that emerged in tandem with the novel. The idea of romantic love, as we know it today, came on the scene in tandem with In Madame Bovary (1856).
That’s one type of love. As it turns out, love has many levels. In this week’s episode, we explore the 7 types of love. Read More