Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, or PTSD, is a condition in which a person’s mind is stuck in some past traumatic event. This “disorder” is much more effectively treated with meditation than with any of the mainstream methods used by psychologists and psychiatrists in the western world today. ...

Here is a short list of the benefits of meditation, in western terms. ...

Why do some people like to ponder, while others love to socialize? Why is the introvert so good at math, while the extravert is so good with people? Is there a way that we can combine the good parts of both the Introvert and the Extravert, to become — something never seen before on the face of the Earth — ...

Modern Western Psychology (our entire paradigm of analyzing the “unconscious mind”) is based on the idea that through thinking, analyzing, and understanding, we can treat and cure the disorders of the mind. The problem is that most of the disorders that we attempt to treat through thinking and analyzing are arising from that very thing: thinking, and analyzing! ...

The difference between “niceness” and “kindness” is night and day, yet people often use these two words interchangeably, assuming that they’re “basically the same thing.” Well, I hope that I can help clear up that misconception with this article. ...

Among other things, this episode subtly touched on some of the fundamental flaws of Western Psychotherapy. ...

Meditation is a brain-exercise that is good for a lot of things. Ultimately, it is designed to make you happy & successful in life, as well as making you completely impervious to suffering and unhappiness. It also happens to obliterate all kinds of “mental disorders” along the way. Lucky for Little Timmy and his Teachers, ADD / ADHD is the ...

WARNING: This article will teach you how to generate happiness at will, and be completely happy all the time. This may seem like a good thing, but keep in mind that this power is very dangerous if you don’t know how to control it. ...

“Repression” and “Letting Go” are two — essentially opposite — ways of dealing with the things in life that make you go “oh crap.” Repression is the path of judging, denying, ignoring, and running away. Letting Go is the path of being aware, accepting, going with the flow, and moving on. ...

Meditation powerfully affects the way in which you experience life. Here's how... ...

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