Does Belief in God Mask the Fear of Death?

According to Michael A. Persinger, if a person experiences God, their brain might just be playing a trick on them, for good reason. In the episode “Is There a Creator?” of Science Channel’s Through the Wormwhole, Persinger explains how the sense of self must be tied to language and left-hemispheric processes. Tweet

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7 Awesome Ways to Deflect Adamant Arguers Like an Armadillo

Have you ever expressed your opinion about something, only to face an argument with someone who doesn’t seem to care at all about what you think? Did you get wrapped up defending yourself, only to see your actions backfire, because you found yourself knee-deep in verbal warfare? Tweet

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What to Do When Someone Calls You a Nutbar (Or Just Plain Insults You)

Kevin O’Leary did what mainstream journalists and political pundits do best — he insulted his guest. On October 6, 2011 American journalist Chris Hedges expressed his views on Occupy Wall Street on CBC News Network’s The Lang & O’Leary Exchange. Tweet

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Sign Up for My Free Course on Working with Emotions

Do you know that your thoughts, beliefs, and feelings actually co-create your life experience? Wouldn’t it be nice to have a healthier relationship with all of your emotions, so that you can step into your power and get better at co-creating what you want? You’ll get useful tips on how to do just that and […]

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A Simple Lesson on Codependency at My Chiropractor’s Office

I’m sitting at my chiropractor’s office. A family of four walks in — mom, dad, older sister (around 12 years), and younger sister (just old enough to run around). The youngest can’t sit still for a moment. She jumps to her feet, stomps her feet, and circles the waiting room, stumbling occasionally with a loud […]

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Get Your Butt on that Roller Coaster, or How to Embrace Fear

I’m not a roller coaster person. I’m usually afraid of heights, I don’t need a “thrill,” and I have a sensitive neck. But a few months ago I went to Six Flags: Magic Mountain with some family and friends. Tweet

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Questioning the Official 9/11 Story Doesn’t Make You a “Conspiracy Theorist”

“I’m not a conspiracy theorist. I’m an air force pilot. And based on my experience, the story we’ve been told about 9/11 doesn’t add up.” That’s a powerful statement. Because its framing shatters the programmed thinking that many Americans have been indoctrinated into via establishment media — that those who question the official 9/11 story […]

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7 Reasons You’re Wrong No Matter What You Say

No matter what you say, anyone can claim that you’re dead wrong. Does that mean you’re necessarily wrong? Of course not. Everyone is entitled to make their own claims. Claims are claims, not stakes to truth. Tweet

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6 Reasons I’m Right about Everything & You’re Always Dead Wrong

Do you think your opinion matters to me? Do you think it’s at all valid? Well, you shouldn’t, because your opinion is dead wrong. For at least six reasons. Let me enlighten you. Tweet

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