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Tag Archives: stress
As you know, I love trying new practices that allow me to prod my unconscious 🙂 While researching what next practice to try, I learned that FloatWorks offer floating in a sensory deprivation tank (ok, pod) in London and I … Continue reading
My latest spiritual callings have been to take part in the gong bath and go on a water fast. The Psychedelic Society runs gong baths but the location is too far for me (East London). As if by chance 🙂 … Continue reading
Recently I screwed up big time at work and panicked. It’s been a while since I experienced such anxiety when your heart races, you get tunnel vision, beat up yourself endlessly and your mind is engaged into a negative thought loop, … Continue reading
Universe seems to have given me the answer to my question about work vs freedom vs money. Minimalism is the answer.
I have been sceptical of Google talks before. They seemed too long. However I am glad I stuck out with this one by Ajahn Brahm (a Buddhist monk from Australia). Even despite the poo story somewhere in the second half … Continue reading
In studying the science of happiness, it’s interesting how sometimes you get a new perspective on the same thing or several different perspectives come into one and reveal something new. I’ve recently blogged on how thinking about stress symptoms as signs … Continue reading
Last 2 weeks were mad. My team and myself did not sleep properly and faced some tough timelines while having had to deliver top notch strategic work. What do you do to stay sane, when you have such intense periods in … Continue reading
In my recent post about stress I have discovered that apparently stress has same physical symptoms as courage (this is not scientific but seems plausible enough), so in some cases it may make sense to reframe feeling stressed as being brave. … Continue reading
Happiness: What Can I Learn Right Now In Just 10 Minutes That Could Be Useful For The Rest Of My Life
I love reading Quora. I wish I had more time to do that! One thing stroke me in a reply to a recent post. One way to view stress is reframe it as courage. Nice life hack that I will … Continue reading