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The Perfectionist

Perfection can Inspire us to a goal, or be a demon in our head that makes us suffer. The Perfectionist is one of the voices in our head. It has the role of pointing out all the ways that we should be perfect, better or different than we are. As a secondary role it also points […]

How To Stay Mindful

When we learn something new it is important to note progress. It keeps our confidence up, and reinforces that we are doing the right thing. The most common sabotage to our mindfulness progress is the Inner Critic in our head, or what I call The Judge.  It criticizes everything, and rarely has a complimentary thing […]

Persistence and Resistance

There might be simple rules or edicts to follow to be happy, but sometimes following them ain’t that easy.  When we struggle to follow simple rules of happiness it is because fear and false beliefs pull us off track and into an emotional ditch of misery.  It’s easy to say the words, “keep on the […]

Self Improvement Myth: Setting Goals

Some people put a lot of importance on goals.  They are big in the self help / Personal Development world.   I’ve found that goals can sometimes cause misery and unhappiness that more than wipes out any positive gains people might make with them.  In Buddhism this is referred to as the “Near Enemy” of a […]

Practicing Presence with Your Emotions

I have a lot of respect for the work of Eckhart Tolle. Part of the genius of his best selling book, The Power of Now, is that he keeps it simple. This is extremely helpful in a world where seekers often wander off the path to inner peace by filling up their heads with massive […]

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