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“The Anti-intellectualism of AA…”

I came across this the other day and was baffled by the inconsistencies in the content.  Anecdotal evidence is logical fallacy..using a personal experience or an isolated example instead of a sound argument or compelling evidence.  The argument presented actually alternates between "fact" and personal experience when it’s most convenient.  Can't have it both ways.… Continue reading “The Anti-intellectualism of AA…”

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Experiencing Reality in 4-D

Perception is Reality Your perception is simple  It’s based on a frame. You’re limited to seeing one dimension. You only see what you want to see. And can either use something or you can’t. Your point of view will never be wrong. Because you know all of the answers. Until you can see another point… Continue reading Experiencing Reality in 4-D

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The 2 Minute Happiness Drill

If you read my last blog post, I mentioned the limitations of our spoken language and how it impairs our ability to have meaningful success or lasting happiness. Happiness and love both work as a kind of paradox, independently of one another.  The more love you take, the less you will receive and the more… Continue reading The 2 Minute Happiness Drill

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5 Secrets to an Amazing Life

Are you living your life on purpose? Take a moment to stop what you’re doing.  Breathe in deeply, exhale, and continue reading this glorious post. It could change your life. Today we communicate at light speed and move even faster.  It’s hard to take time to slow down in a world that is speeding up. … Continue reading 5 Secrets to an Amazing Life

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Freedom is a State of Mind

Freedom is a state of mind The best lessons I’ve learned in life are always the ones that humbled me the most.  I was laying in bed, mid-day, Hawaii. I went to the beach a few times and did some cool shit, but most of the trip was spent swiping through dating apps trying to… Continue reading Freedom is a State of Mind

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Taking Responsibility for Your Life

Taking Responsibility for Life Routine monitoring of my thoughts was a major factor in taking responsibility for my life. Conscious thought determines my emotional state, behavior, and impacts my perception. I was very reactive to life and instinctually compulsive by nature. I usually felt like I had little control over the success and happiness I… Continue reading Taking Responsibility for Your Life