Tag: perspective

Feeling Good Enough Has Nothing to Do with How Good You Are

Feeling Good Enough Has Nothing to Do with How Good You Are

The feeling of self inadequacy, and the shame, guilt, sadness associated with it, is a most human among human traits. We’re so used to it that most of the time you’re probably not even aware that you’re feeling not good enough. The pop culture of empowerment prescribes positive self belief as an antidote– if you’re feeling inadequate, you’re not talking… Read more →

Artificial Intelligence, Depression, and Cross-Dimensional Living

Artificial Intelligence, Depression, and Cross-Dimensional Living

99 percent of humans, 99 percent of time, live in the “dimension of phenomena”, where it’s all about thoughts, emotions, energies, and stories, and consciousness manifests as very sophisticatedly programmed intelligence. Yet at some point in your life in the dimension of phenomena, the question emerged: “Is this all there is to life?” For many people that was the beginning… Read more →

Why You Never Seem to Have Enough Time

Why You Never Seem to Have Enough Time

LISTEN TO THIS EPISODE ON SOUNDWISE Time is the ultimate scarce resource on this earth. For most people time is always in fixed supply, cannot be reproduced, and something they never have enough of! But what if I tell you that you can actually have more time? It’s not that difficult and doesn’t involve voodoo magic or a PhD degree.… Read more →