Three kinds of negative thinking —  and why they all aren’t undesirable
Oct23

Three kinds of negative thinking — and why they all aren’t undesirable

Nowadays, negative thinking is often criticized. However, what that term means is frequently left unspecified. Broadly,…

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Winning, whining, wining — or worshiping?
Sep30

Winning, whining, wining — or worshiping?

Suppose we strive to do something challenging. If we win, our mind becomes jubilant; if we don’t, it often goes into…

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The things that hurt us = the things we think hurt us?
Sep11

The things that hurt us = the things we think hurt us?

Suppose we are bitten by a snake. We may get panicky, dreading that the snake bite will kill us. Actually, the snake-bite …

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How to live amid danger
Aug08

How to live amid danger

We often worry when visiting dangerous areas infested with terrorists or infected by pandemics. If fear overwhelms...

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Why things seem to happen to us, not for us
Jul23

Why things seem to happen to us, not for us

We sometimes feel, “Good things rarely happen to me, but bad things happen repeatedly. Things happen to me, never for...

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How to change our inner frequency
Jun07

How to change our inner frequency

We all have a certain frequency to our thoughts. Roughly speaking, this correlates with the thoughts that most often frequent…

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