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Carl Jung On Why We Must Learn To Accept Ourselves First Before We Can Help Others

Bring your shadow tendencies into the light and you will be able to help others do the same.

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The Reluctant Jihadist: My Views on Religion, Ingratitude, and the False Ego

The word religion comes from the Latin re-ligare, it means to re-align, man to man, man to his source.

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Civilization: A Saga

we all reside in self-inflicted purgatories guided by the light coming from the fire we set a flame walking, rather tip toeing carefully along a tight rope we strung tightly eyes...

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How To Follow Your Bliss [VIDEO]

How To Follow Your Bliss “Follow your bliss and don’t be afraid, and doors will open where you...

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3 Steps to Change Your Inner Narrative: How Neuro-Linguistic Programming Helped Me Talk to Myself Differently

With the help of NLP, I learned a new way to talk to myself. I re-molded my self-talk to be much less demanding and stressful, relieving myself of huge loads of inner tension.

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Best of TED Talks: Part 2

The second installment in a series highlighting the most mind-blowing, inspirational and flat-out awesome TED Talks. TED is a conference that allows people to come and share their unique insights on a...

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A True Story About Adversity, Violence, and the Importance of Role Models

This true story will make you see adversity in a totally new light...

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The Follies of Perception: Why We Should Admit We Know Little

Perception is reality, or so they say. Actually, reality is way more sophisticated than your perception will ever grasp. How could your perceptions fool you? Should we be less cock-sure of our...

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Work Should Be Like Sex: Finding Meaning and Engagement in Our Work

Work: Would you rather drown or have sex? In his book, Happier, Tal Ben-Shahar has two models of...

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Dominator vs. Partnership Cultures: A Profound Re-Telling of Human History

In this essay you'll learn the troubling history of society's evolving culture — how we ditched our empathetic "partnership" system for one founded on domination, and what hope there is looking...

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The Open-Source Revolution Is Here

I recently signed up for an online class on game theory offered by some professors at Stanford University. Unlike most online classes, this one is completely free, does not count towards any degree...

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Don’t Chase Your Bliss… LIVE IT

If the little-engine-that-could plugs boldly onwards by repeating: “I think I can, I think I...

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