This week’s episode of Caffeine for the Soul talks about the art of “pulling on threads”, and how we can get better at getting down to the truth of what’s really going on when people are suffering.
This week’s episode of Caffeine for the Soul takes a look at fear, and the idea that you don’t have to be afraid, but it’s totally ok if you are.
A look at where expertise comes from, and how we can cultivate more of it where we want it.
This week’s episode of the Caffeine for the Soul podcast talks about “quiet listening” - what it is, how to do it, and how it can enhance your life. Click the ‘podcast’ link in my bio to listen to the episode!
This week’s episode looks at the value of proceeding with clarity versus drama.
This week’s episode of Caffeine for the Soul talks about a metaphor referred to as "The 4 Horsemen of the Mental Apocalypse", (stress, pressure, discouragement and fear) and what we can do about them.
This week's episode is a look at how the solutions to our problems are almost always much simpler than they may seem.
This week's Caffeine for the Soul is a re-release from one of my older episodes. It's an exploration of how we can truly fall in love with life.
An exploration of the best magic trick in the world.
This week's Caffeine for the Soul is a re-release from one of my older episodes. It is a look at the problem with thinking we "should" be doing anything.
This week’s Caffeine for the Soul is a re-release from one of my older episodes. It is based on one of my favorite questions from the spiritual teacher Byron Katie - who would you be without your story?
What it means to dwell in possibility, and how it can change our lives for the better.
How what we decide to tolerate/not tolerate in our lives can make them better.
The only thing you need to know to change your life forever.
An exploration of self-care, and how it ties into caring for others.
A look at what NOT to do to have a wonderful life.
A look at where we really come from, and where we are now.
Exploring the question of free will in relation to the inside-out understanding.
A look at the illusory nature of the mind, and whether or not we should spend our lives trying to escape it.
A look at who we think we are, and how two ways of using the mind can affect that.
A look at unhelpful habitual thinking, and what we can do to suffer from it less.
A metaphor for the problem with how most of us try to work with our minds, and a suggestion of a more helpful method.
An exploration of two common reasons we struggle.