Taste buds are a lot like beliefs. They change over time. And they give us a “flavor” for how we experience food and life.
Here’s what that means:
You might have hated vegetables as a kid, but have learned to love them as you grew up.… READ MORE
I’ve noticed a lot of support groups zeroing in on being addicted to lust. The trouble with thinking you’re addicted to lust is that lust doesn’t exist — it’s simply an experience.
Labeling your addictive behaviors with an abstract, vague term like lust makes it even harder to leave your addictions in the dust.… READ MORE
Most people try to solve their problems by simply talking about them. But this only deals with your thinking brain — not your sensing or feeling brain.
That’s why you can talk endlessly about all your problems, but you can’t kick the root cause of why you feel that way.… READ MORE
Religion is supposed to lift you up. But too often, we fall into the trap of letting authority figures indoctrinate us — whether it comes from religion, a 12-step program, or something else.
Falling into this trap makes finding true happiness impossible.… READ MORE
Humans think about life like it’s a war. So we try to conquer all our problems by going to war with them.
But there’s a glaring problem with this:
War is a miserable way to live a life. It deprives you of the boundless joy life was meant to be experienced with.… READ MORE