[Video] Nihilism: The Way Out
Nihilist - the eternal child living in the eternal present, failing to perceive and name the figures that appear in front of him, calling them 'nothing', 'none', 'absent'. The one who refuses to engage himself in the stream of life, the one who refuse to
The Hidden Costs and Limitations of Self-Control
And so, by the age of 25, a typical individual in the Western society possesses either of the viewpoints – that everything within his grasp must be controlled, or that everything is just the way it is, cannot be controlled and thus, such individual then f
Some of my Thoughts on Choosing the Right Therapy
Regardless of the approach, each form of therapy provides us with an opportunity for self-discovery. It opens the doors into our mind and deepest emotions. Many people consider the therapy for those who are weak or possess some mental illness, but a desir
End of Apathy: Causes and transformation
Maybe we recently felt so many emotions that our brain simply got tired from feeling anything? Maybe we cared too much for things that didn’t need to be cared for that much and now we are simply tired of caring? Allow this state to be and honour it just l
In the Age of Information, Ignorance is a Choice
Having easily accessible answers saves a tremendous amount of time and frees us to do other important things. This is one of the biggest comforts in this century. You want to build a reactor at 1am at night? You want to know how the Jupiter was formed at
We Know Not Through Our Intellect But Through Our...
Being within “The Experience” makes us intimate with the world.
The Uninvited Guest: How to Handle Jealousy
The experience of jealousy has been described as intrusive and challenging to one’s sense of self and relationships. It’s like an uninvited guest - we become jealous when a person enters into our life and threatens our relationship or possession or social
Cognitive Dissonance as a Tool for Acquiring New Knowledge
Cognitive dissonance is the experience of mental tension that is caused by holding two or more conflicting beliefs, thoughts or feelings. It does not occur just on a mental level, but might also involve our behaviour, such as doing something against our b