Forgiveness sounds nice, and often feels like the hardest thing in the world. How can we learn to forgive others and ourselves without excusing terrible behavior?Read More
When your mind tells you that you’ll never change, and that you’re destined to keep struggling forever with diet, or exercise, or any other bad habit, it’s easy to convince yourself to give up.
But there’s a simple “mind hack” that you can employ, to change your inner dialog, that can give you the tools you need to keep making progress.Read More
Do you binge because you’re eating for emotional reasons, or because your body isn’t designed to say no to hyper-palatable food?
To change how you eat, should you love yourself, or be tough on yourself?
And it is better to learn to eat intuitively, or to create hard and fast rules?Read More
Tyson Yunkaporta is an Australian Aboriginal artist, philosopher, and researcher who lectures on Indigenous Knowledge at Deakin University in Melbourne. He’s also the author of Sand Talk, a book that has influenced my thinking more profoundly than any other.
Basically, Yunkaporta turns the lens of anthropology around and puts Western civilization under the microscope, showing us how insane and unsustainable the entire project is.Read More
Glenn Murphy returns to talk about the importance of embracing physical discomfort, even when we’re already stressed out mentally and emotionally. He offers some tips about how to do so without burning out, and shares a 10-minute guided visualization exercise to help us get back in touch with our bodies and spirits.Read More