Feeling empty? Great, this is a door to freedom.
In a world that encourages activity, emptiness is considered a waste.
Our habit of constantly filling up space makes us dependent. Since we can’t deal with lack of movement, we lower the bar for what we accept in our actions and thoughts. Everything becomes better than nothing. We readily accept mediocrity.
You can break out of this. Life exists outside of “doing stuff”.
Do you spend most of your free time distracting yourself? Texting while sitting on the toilet. Watching TV before you fall asleep and checking Facebook during the commercials. Talking constantly to break the anxiety of silence. Making plans while never getting anything done. Distractions are not fun anyway. They’re even tiring. So why do you […]
Practicing meditation can enrich your life. But to get benefits, you have to do it right. You need to know how to meditate effectively.
You might have heard that there’s no such thing as “bad meditation”. I disagree. If you just sit down and ruminate negative thoughts for 20 minutes, you might as well not meditate at all.
Here are 5 sure signs that you’re not approaching meditation properly. Keep an eye out for them!
A common conception in so-called “spiritual circles” is that we should willingly and directly try to be less egocentric, think more about others and become more compassionate.
I disagree, as I find this to be a dangerous, ignorant, idealistic and self-culpabilising approach to the development of compassion.