• The Law of Reversed Effort

    The Law of Reversed Effort

    In the pursuit of success, we often find ourselves caught in a paradoxical situation where the harder we try, the worse our outcomes become. This phenomenon, known as the Law of Reversed Effort,…

  • You don’t deserve what you want

    You don’t deserve what you want

    Stoicism, an ancient Greek philosophy, is gaining renewed attention in modern times for its emphasis on personal development, resilience, and inner peace. At the heart of Stoicism is the idea of focusing on…

  • the power of illusion

    The Power of Illusion

    Crowds have the power to influence individuals in ways that are often irrational and unpredictable. This phenomenon has been the subject of study for many social psychologists, including Gustave Le Bon, a French…

  • when life hurts care less about it

    When life hurts, care less about it

    Life can be full of challenges and difficult situations that can leave us feeling overwhelmed, stressed, and hopeless. However, the philosophies of Stoicism and Buddhism offer valuable insights and practices for dealing with…

  • The control paradox

    The Control Paradox

    The desire for control is a fundamental human need, but sometimes our attempts to control a situation or person can end up controlling us. This paradoxical phenomenon, known as the “control paradox,” can…

  • Wabi Sabi


    Wabi-Sabi – A Japanese Philosophy of Perfect Imperfection. Wabi-sabi is a Japanese aesthetic philosophy that has been around for centuries but has gained popularity in recent years as people seek to embrace simplicity,…

  • Douglas Harding Headlessness

    The Headless Way

    Douglas Harding was a British philosopher, spiritual teacher, and author best known for his unique approach to self-inquiry called “Headlessness.” This approach involves investigating one’s own consciousness and sense of self, to uncover…