When the little thing could be the big thing
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When the little thing could be the big thing

Last week’s experiment was about keeping in mind that “Weight of the sacrifice is based on the individual.” It’s definitely advice from “Hell yeah!” category, even though it triggered cognitive dissonance (because it reminded me too much of labor theory of value – see below). Summary: I learned two things from this experiment: I see … Continue reading

Week 8 – Dealing with anger by “Inviting Mara to Tea”
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Week 8 – Dealing with anger by “Inviting Mara to Tea”

I had to do something. Do you know that feeling when everything and anything around you feels just slightly more irritating? People walk too slowly. You frown. Someone stands in your way. You ostentatiously walk around and make sure they notice. Your colleague forgot to tell you that agenda changed and you are not prepared … Continue reading

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Weekly experiment 4: Rules of “10 seconds to happiness”

Titan Chade-Meng Tan Who is he/she Google pioneer, best-selling author, mindfulness teacher Name 10 seconds to happiness You can read more details here Category Wise Duration 08.05.-14.05.2017 Claim 10 seconds of loving kindness daily makes you a happier person Test Every day I will randomly identify two people who walk past me or are standing or sitting … Continue reading