Nothing wrong with a bit of pleasure, but why do we equate it with happiness and where do these two things differ?
In the mind-body school of trauma, movement is a staple to recovery.
Often we associate bodily sensations with danger, so we disassociate. But gentle movement therapy can help!
I was thinking about the cycle of suffering we go through, blaming our behaviour on our childhood. Can a little thought experiment free us from resentment?
Two years ago in a Nepalese lake town, I got a lotus flower tattooed on my left wrist.
Finally, I got my other wrist tattooed with the dharma wheel.
Who am I? Am I accomplishing all that I am meant to be?
Questions like these are what keep many awake at night.
We have all suffered heartbreak, and we all carry around scars. How come it takes so long to heal, and what does it say about our spiritual wellness?
While I understand the technicality of the Internet, I do not understand it practically.And yet, here I am using it every day all day.
The placebo effect largely depends on the level of trust the patient has in the treatment, just like God’s love can be felt by the people who believe in it.
If people get personal satisfaction out of selfless acts, they can’t be selfless anymore. Somehow, pretending seems dirtier than not being altruistic.
Our brain is it’s own echo chamber: we spend all day talking to ourselves about ourselves.