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- Redefining Reality in Six Minutes December 10, 2018
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Category Archives: Positive Thinking
Identifying and addressing your weaknesses is as much a cornerstone of solid self-improvement as is identifying and expanding your strengths.
In my all-time most viewed post, Serotonin and Social Status, I inquired as to whether there are mindsets that protect us from societal influences on serotonin levels. Five years later I finally attempt to answer that question with Does Competency-Awareness Drive Serotonin Levels? Jordan … Continue reading
“There’s no appreciation on the part of the intellectual elite for the pathologies of rationalism. There’s nothing stupider than a smart person who went wrong. I’ve seen this in my clients, if I have a particularly smart client who is … Continue reading
Jordan B. Peterson is known for an ostensibly uncontroversial position: the reality of malevolence and malevolent people. This position seems at odds (he says as much) with Buddhism’s perspective that Evil is essentially ignorance. Buddha taught (quote TBD) that evil is … Continue reading
Just in time for Christmas! Super Human is now available in paperback ($12.95) from Amazon: If you prefer eBooks, you can pick it up for just $2.99 from Amazon and Apple Books. If you prefer hardcover, message me.
This week I started working on my new novel Super Human: Out of Time, the sequel to Super Human. The idea for the sequel was born out of a recent tragedy. Anxiety is a theme in the first book, and … Continue reading
I’m proud to announce the release of Super Human on Amazon: You can also find it on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/superhumanbook/ My editor worked nights and weekends to get this to the world as fast as possible: He got it out so fast … Continue reading
In the Sam Harris Podcast Is Buddhism True? A Conversation with Robert Wright, Robert Wright noted “thoughts think themselves”. It’s a great conversation and I can’t pretend I can explain it better than he did, but here is my takeaway: