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Modified Buddhism – Buddhism for Modern Society


I was a bit of a dick as a kid. I was relatively aggressive considering my lower-middle-class routes, especially in primary-school, I remember chinning lots of people for virtually no reason. I can vividly remember lamping someone in the infant-school’s … Continue reading

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New Philosophy on Life


Combing the Teachings of Aristotle & Rocky Sorry – my posts are very short at the moment as I’m working from home and juggling looking after the kids – one who’s just started walking Decide on Your Virtues Every tribe … Continue reading

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Best Carl Jung Quotes


Carl Jung was an early advocate of analytical psychology and like Freud is well known for his work relating to theories of personality & the human subconscious. Whilst Freud’s work, was still rooted in 19th century theories regarding suppressed desires, … Continue reading

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Intrinsic Goals vs Extrinsic Goals – How they can hinder success & happiness


Goals have been associated with sports psychology and general high-achievers for several decades. They’re also inherently tied to personal development and Positive psychology. The type of goal you set is in many ways, as important as the outcome. Coaches and … Continue reading

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