In a wonderful book called ‘The Misleading Mind’, psychotherapist Karuna Cayton uses the principles of Buddhist psychology to explain that the true source of our dilemmas lie in our own minds. Because we tend to use labels and to see people in certain ways, we are...
When making big decisions, the ability to objectively and realistically appraise our environments is vital. Easier said than done? When it comes to stress, the answer’s probably yes. Stress puts us into hyper-vigilant adrenaline-fuelled fight or flight mode,...
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