Your dark, subconscious personality lives outside of everyday awareness and is often called "The Shadow" – a name coined by the psychologist Carl Jung. To be completely free from the emotions of apathy, grief, fear, lust, anger and pride that compose your dark personality, it is essential to first discover that you are not your … Continue reading Dark Personality
"Having a daughter does not make a decent man. Having a wife does not make a decent man. Treating people with dignity and respect makes a decent man." Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Shortly before she died I was graced to be able to unconditionally apologise to my wife and soulmate for all the words I had said … Continue reading What does it mean to be a decent man?
Until we awaken from our sleepwalking slumber party – the experience of life for many – we usually either indulge our judgements of other people as being right or wrong, good or bad (for example, acting them out through road rage and domestic violence), suppress them, or attempt to change and get rid of them. … Continue reading Why be grateful for people who judge you?
I've noticed a tendency in some people to think they are "telling the truth" to others when in fact it is just their ego speaking. I'm not referring only to the vile abuse prevalent on some social media sites but to many live interactions I've had with people, male and female. At first, knowing no … Continue reading The power of empathic communication
Perpetual peace – the silent stillness of no-thought – cannot be found, brought about, gained or achieved through any practice or technique done by mind. This is the dilemma brought about in some novice mindfulness practitioners by the word "mind"fulness. It is a word coined in the early 20th Century by a writer who needed … Continue reading The peaceful Heart of mindfulness