Have you ever persisted with something that wasn’t in your best interests?
Either a job you disliked, a destructive habit or unfulfilling relationship?
It’s not that we don’t know what to do, rather we just can’t bring ourselves to do it.
Why is that? I mean, if we can diagnose the problem, it should be an easy fix.
I start this article embracing the simple living philosophy – lying in a warm bed on a Saturday morning, a cup of hot tea by my side.
The day is dawning and I’ll soon rise, meditate and perhaps run outside in the sun. I know I’ll feel good afterwards.
The schedule looks uncluttered, life admin turned down as near to zero as it goes.
Thinking about the power of thought?
There’s a mental conundrum if ever there was one.
I often find myself contemplating my ability to bend spoons and assorted objects.
Aside from becoming a psychic strongman, to a large extent, we are what we think, our mental gymnastics contributing significantly to our quality of life and wellbeing.