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Meditation: Navigating the Subconscious and Superconscious Realms of the Mind with Terry Sidhu

Meditation: Navigating the Subconscious and Superconscious Realms of the Mind with Terry Sidhu

Terry Sidhu shares how meditation can reduce anxiety and enable you to push through the subconscious mind into the superconscious state where you feel empowered and more in control.

The Subtle Art of Freezing For Health

The Subtle Art of Freezing For Health

We are Homo Sapiens, a (somewhat) hairless ape, and we've been 'anatomically modern' for about 200,000 years. Our ancestors had to rely on their innate biology to survive. When it was cold in the winter they had huts, open fires, and animal furs to keep warm. They didn't have climate control that would keep them in the same temperature 365 days per year. This is comfort is now causing health problems.

The Greatest Basketball Coach of All-Time (and Non-Attachment)

The Greatest Basketball Coach of All-Time (and Non-Attachment)

You might not expect to find much wisdom in the obsessed world of college basketball. Many of us think of false machismo, and even a propensity to cheat and put aside long-term health. The pursuit of victory trumps everything, or so we imagine. But former UCLA Coach John Wooden is the source of some of the most remarkable insights. He even practiced an almost Buddhistic non-attachment. Of course, he loved to win and wanted to win. But Wooden created a unique definition for winning. And he remained loyal to it even under the immense pressure of his job.

How We Create False and True Beliefs

How We Create False and True Beliefs

As anyone who floats, meditates, or practices yoga knows, our perception apparatus is imperfect. While it seems like we directly perceive reality, the truth is that we have second-hand perception (at best). This allows room for much error.

There is objective truth. But we only see tiny slices of it. Then we layer on complexities like our personal story and our emotions. Our initial limitations combined with the complexity we add means that our sense-making systems often fail to provide accurate pictures of reality.