Sam Harris’s 'Waking Up' is as much of a theoretical text, synthesizing a multi-level analysis of the spectrum of Inner vs Outer, as it is a practical manual of how to move along that continuum and achieve wellbeing...
What if I told you that your success in any area of life depends on knowing the answers to 3 key questions...
In this video I talk about what I call the 'meditation-time paradox'. Your subjective experience of time changes as you meditate more...
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I read Sam Harris' "Free Will" - a short 60-something page book. In it, the author argues that, based on current neuroscientific evidence, we have every reason to accept that determinism (the view that all actions are determined by prior causes) is true. He proposes that we are not the authors of our own thoughts and experiences, but rather they appear in consciousness. A moment of deep introspection would reveal exactly that...
Many elements combine and complement each other to form your sense of well-being. You will be able to identify and address potential deficiencies by being aware of these dimensions. Assess and optimise each facet of wellness to live the vibrant, meaningful life that you deserve.
Martin Stefanov Petkov
Master Superior Power