Category: Fear and Courage
Are There More Dimensions to Our Liberation?
Could there be more dimensions to our liberation? This was the question that came to mind as I was watching an interview with ALOK. ALOK (Alok Vaid-Menon) is a writer, public speaker, and artist whose very existence seems threatening to some. Why? You’ll see it in this interview.
Something to Open Our Hearts
I think that sometimes someone’s presence and kind words are enough to remind us that a life of love and inner peace is possible. On the first day of this year – or on any other day – we can get that radiating kindness from Thich Nhat Hahn.
How to Manage Fear?
Fear is a companion we’ll always have. How we live with that companion is a choice: we can do that in ways that don’t serve us and we can put conscious effort to manage our minds just a little bit better.
Be a Quitter!
Sometimes, the way to encourage yourself is to…discourage yourself! Among so many reminders to “keep on going”, we also need reminders to quit the thing that’s wrong for you. This article and podcast episode are exactly that: a kind reminder that you can allow yourself to quit the things that don’t serve you anymore. You…
Can You Notice Different Forms of Emotional Manipulation?
Emotional manipulation is not always easy to spot. And to be able to set healthy boundaries, to feel safe and centred, we have to learn how to identify it. Terri Cole helps us here.
Trust the Practice, Not The Outcome
Doing creative work is hard. By default, there’s a lot of uncertainty and, potentially, doubt involved. Listen to what Seth Godin has to say about it: he will leave you inspired and ready to trust yourself.
Momentum: What Does It Really Take to Get There?
Momentum is a cool concept but how to really get there? Here’s my attempt to deconstruct it.
On The Price of Inaction
Have you ever assessed what the price of NOT taking a certain action was? If you haven’t, take a moment and give that present to yourself. It can literally be life-changing.
Nice Toolbox! What’s Inside?
Whatever system you use, whatever toolkit you have, make sure it’s a good one.
Permission Slip to Explore Your Weirdness
But embracing our weird selves, our strange and unique ways to rest and play is so important. In fact, its importance has been validated by real scientific research!