Surely enough, in a utopian society, discernment, intuition and critical thinking would not be needed; we could believe everyone, trust everyone knowing it's impossible we'd ever be exploited or hurt. We would not need to lock our doors at night. We would not need locks at all. We wouldn't need banks because everyone would be... Continue Reading →
Life can be tricky. There's trusting every person and being suspicious of every person. Both sides are ruled by fear. The key to balance is thinking and intuition. Judging case by case and being discriminating is the action of a wise person not ruled by their past (fear).
I used to be a member of a diet cult back in 2014. Instead of listening to my own body, I allowed the elite members to dictate what I ate and drank and how I ate and drank. It wasn't their fault; it's a choice I had made. I made the active choice to blindly... Continue Reading →
The Importance of self-experimentation and trusting the Self when committing to healing modalities and dieting: Truth might not live outside us like we might think it does. We can only know what works and what doesn't through personal experience, through our mistakes and through our own inner wisdom and guidance. It is great to listen... Continue Reading →
Some of us might make a big deal about how television dumbs us down and that the internet is a safe alternative because as least we can choose what to look at and at least we can do research to learn unlike TV where we don't have many choices. And while that is true, here's... Continue Reading →
As a member of some Facebook groups, I hear often in both dietary and spiritual communities questions like "Should I trust this person?" People ask about books, authors, doctors, gurus and so on. We should always read everything with a discriminating mind at all times. We don't gain to blindly believe or blindly doubt anything.... Continue Reading →