Tag Archives: self-improvement

Feel like your life is going nowhere? You're not alone. Every day, I hear questions like "How can I find purpose?" and "How can I stop running away from success?" and "How can I stop being such a loser?" and…

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On Saturday, I had a conversation with Christopher Kelley, PhD and we talked about Buddhism, psychedelics, and life. We spent a good deal of the episode discussing self-development and cures for depression and anxiety. I think one of the big…

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I suffered with a chronic, debilitating depression from as early as I could remember until 2004. Depression isn't "sadness" or "unhappiness"; it's an oozy dark goopy feeling that clings to you, muddying your thoughts and feelings, pushing you toward hopelessness…

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Calea Zacatechichi is known to Mexican natives as the dream herb. Traditionally, it was used to inspire lucid dreaming, improve the ability to remember dreams, aid in dream divination, and to bring on deeper sleep and help with mild cases…

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Most people are familiar with tabletop roleplaying games. Most people have never played one. Most people who know about them and haven't played are curious about them. Most people who want to play them (but don't) feel put off by…

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Quite a few people have the idea that they should develop themselves and ride the highway of personal development. And most people give up before they get anywhere. Why do people give up? They usually start off by addressing symptoms…

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