Category: Meditation

The West’s Secret Answer to Meditation

The West’s Secret Answer to Meditation

Over the last couple of centuries, the Western civilisation and Asia have been threading closer cultural ties. It’s been up and down, of course – what relationship hasn’t? But the two vastly different cultures were too intrigued by each other to ignore the other. Plus, people (on both sides) recognised the chance to make money

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When everyone but you has a problem, you have a problem

When everyone but you has a problem, you have a problem

I keep toying with the idea of creating a smartphone addiction program. Hypnosis is great at breaking bad habits and shredding limitations, so it would be straightforward. And it would do a lot of good. Use them badly and smartphones wreck your posture, eyesight, sleep, relationships and ability to focus. I’m sure you can think

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You only have to work hard on one thing

You only have to work hard on one thing

By now, many people have realised their New Year’s Resolutions were too ambitious. Their changes were too drastic, turning it into more of a wishlist than a set of goals. Hey, it happens. One of the trickier things with self-improvement is keeping it realistic. It’s easy to dream up amazing things you want. Having a

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Do you think differently from successful people?

Do you think differently from successful people?

Is it possible to think and act differently from successful people and still succeed? I won’t say it isn’t, but that sure sounds like the hard way. The effective strategy is to do what they do, tailored for your situation. Whenever I hear about someone incredibly successful – the top of their field, no matter

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