Category: Psychology Page 2 of 10
Patients with Dissociative Identity Disorder can transform their body chemistry based on which personality they currently believe they are.
Perhaps the very people who suffer the most in this world are the ones who have the ability to show us what isn’t right about it.
“Synapses that fire together wire together.”
Write a short story that involves three of your worst fears coming true, but make the protagonist someone who is not you.
It’s easy to confuse beauty for happiness. What do we say when something is particularly awe-inspiring, or meaningful? We say it’s beautiful.
Your mind is an over-worked auto-suggestion machine.
Let your creative addictions and obsessions heal you.
You have to make sure you’re more in love with your life than you are with your problems.
We make a choice to do the thing that most people won’t do, and to live the way most people won’t. So we can live the way that most people can’t.
Good and bad become irrelevant when the focus isn’t “what can I enjoy” but “what can I create?” Obstacles become opportunities. Life becomes an incredible journey.
1,095 days of waking up without a hangover. I spend my Sundays reading, not recovering.
Any idiot can enjoy the positive things in their lives, but it is only a few that can take the negative and find something even more profound.
Understanding the fabric of resistance is the only way we can unstitch it.
“Happiness and freedom begin with a clear understanding of one principle: Some things are within our control and some things are not. It is only after you have learned to distinguish between what you can and can’t control that inner tranquility become possible”
Get messy, get bold. Weed out those moments of mechanical motions, repeated phrases, and half-assed hugs and kisses. Zeal is contagious, and the energy and light you reflect out can only be reflected back to you.