Tag Archives: Oliver Burkeman

Is your penis really shrinking?

The article below describes what could be interpreted as self suggestion. The capacity of our mind to produce the feelings, emotions and behaviour that we repeatedly entertain in our thoughts and imagination is powerful. With the use of hypnosis we may … Continue reading

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Is stress bad for your health?

The article below reminds us of our potential for reframing, reinterpreting our negative experiences. Sometimes it is worth fighting for changing situations or rebelling against what we believe to be an injustice. Other times there is nothing that can be done … Continue reading

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Change happens…and it may be ok

Oliver Burkeman, The Guardian, Saturday 25 January 2014 ” Unless you’re eight, the world really has changed since you were seven. But possibly not as much as you have…In psychology, the term “consistency bias” refers to the well-studied way we’ll retroactively … Continue reading

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Adjusting your Default Settings

Here is an interesting article considering undesired behaviour and a way to swap in for desired behaviour, written by Oliver Burkeman in The Guardian Friday 7 December 2012. Read about our mind’s constant stream of thinking and how this informs … Continue reading

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