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How to Heal the Mind and Create Lifelong Benefits in 15 minutes per Day

I woke up this morning thinking about efficiency. I asked myself, if I could only have three practices to increase well-being and life satisfaction, what would I choose?  The Pareto Principle states that 20% of what you do yields 80% of your results, so I wondered how to cut the 80% that’s not pulling weight.

The result: 15 minutes per day is enough to create lifelong mental benefits and heal the mind! For the three practices that you need to know, visit the post!

Week 8 Questions for Know Thyself 2019: Immortality

(This blog is part of a weekly series for Know Thyself 2019, a 365 day journal project. Start here!) This Week’s Journal Topic: Immortality The previous topics have been relatively light.  Bear with me as we approach some questions that require courage and serious philosophical thought! The attitude you have towards death influences your attitudes towards other human life, ethics, ownership, society, and politics. Physical death is the great equalizer; no one – no matter how rich or powerful, and regardless of citizenship – can avoid it.  Despite the fact that death is natural and unavoidable, you might not have thought about it much.  Some cultures do not talk about mortality, immortality, the soul, the afterlife.  Even if it’s difficult and brings up fear or anxiety, please give the questions a try! Views of Death: Final State? Or Transformation? If you were raised in Western culture, you are probably familiar with concepts of dying, death, and the afterlife.   Most adults could thoughtfully answer the question, “What do you think happens after we die?” There are few grave superstitions about death, and we even joke about it!  For example, …