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Emotions are not primarily judgements

I was struck by two things when I predict Martha Nussbaum’s Anger and Forgiveness. On one mitt, as I noted previously, I’m excited by Nussbaum’s new, and more Santidevan , normative coming to indignation; it seems like she and I have moved toward the same position there. On the other, though, I “ve learned that” […]

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How Perception Gives Us The Wrong Impression – About Nearly Everything

Over a thousand years ago a certain spiritual captain carried, perhaps in one of the most profound actions that any one has done so in the history of spirituality, many of the principles and drawbacks we all face in our everyday and spiritual livings by famously declaring that‘ the water takes the shape of the […]

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How to Use Mindfulness to Unwind Anxiety (With a Free Meditation)

We all feel a little uneasy at times. It’s a ordinary reaction to the more stressful occurrences of “peoples lives”, such as a job interview, a driving exam or say, a world pandemic. You may notice a few physical responses, like the hotshot of’ butterflies in your tummy’ or your middle overpowering faster than usual. […]

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Meditation as a Journey to the Unknowable

Meditation is a passage into the unknowable. The practice of sitting and being perfectly free, unattached and nonreactive allows all of the concepts of our intellect to fall away. You see, we live in a largely conceptual reality. What is Conceptual Reality? The vast majority of what we experience are concepts- feelings that take over […]

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4 Mindfulness Tips To Reclaim Your Center & Ground Your Being

” Your own thinker is a sacred enclosing into which nothing hazardous can register except by your dispensation .”- Ralph Waldo Emerson Do you have eras when you feel a little out of control? Maybe even a little crazy? I sure do. Sometimes phenomena spiral out of my controller( amaze astonish !), my psychological core […]