How to Handle Intrusive Thoughts and Other Bothersome Behaviours

Intrusive Thoughts The mind is a tricky aspect of ourselves that can create a great deal of distress when it isn’t functioning in the way we “want” it to. Have you ever had intrusive (and sometimes violent) thoughts that you wanted to get rid of? These intrusive thoughts can be quite bothersome and scary because…

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How to Be Creative and Improve Intelligence

How to Be Creative “Creativity is the greatest rebellion in existence” – Osho That is one of my favourite quotes from Osho. It is also true. Creativity requires you to become a rebel in some ways that the society/world cannot handle. If you depend a lot on others for security, love, acceptance and approval then…

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Why Public Speaking Never Gets Any Easier…

Fear of Public Speaking Got a great question from a user on SAS about public speaking. Have you ever felt that public speaking never gets any easier? I have felt the same way. No matter how many times you speak in front of medium to large sized audiences, you may find that you get equally…

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How to Deal With Mood Swings and Personality Disorders

Mood Swings and Personality Disorders Mood swings can have you feeling awesome in one moment and miserably depressed the next. I have received this question from a member of the SAS forums and I thought I would give my advice on this issue. I used to have mood swings and personality disorders but they all…

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Nothing You Do Ever Seems to Work. You Just Can’t Achieve Anything.

A Mission To Achieve In your desperation of wanting to achieve love and respect from others, you are like a slave moving from one authority to the next. The first one convinces you that self hatred is the key to being loved and respected. You diligently exert most of your effort towards hating the aspects…

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Stop Trying to Overcome Social Anxiety

How to Overcome Social Anxiety? I recorded a video about the dangers of trying to overcome social anxiety. Social anxiety is not something you are suppose to “fight”, “conquer”, “destroy”, etc. This video is directed at people that are desperately trying to “overcome” social anxiety. I am NOT saying that you can’t overcome social anxiety…

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My Experience and Opinion of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy In the past, I saw several psychiatrists and doctors regarding depression and anxiety. They advised me to try something called Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT). It is essentially designed to change your negative beliefs into something more empowering and positive. To be be honest, I did not find this particular therapy useful for my condition…

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“Need” to Socialize But Have an Avoidance Disorder?? Allow Me to Help!

Avoidance Disorder An avoidance disorder contains lots of valuable insight if we have the awareness to dive deep into as opposed to trying to “fight”, “cure” or “overcome” it. If we had the nerve to honour our feelings and instincts, we could realize that it isn’t even anything that needs to be fixed because it…

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Showing Off My Own “Serial Killer” Journal Collection. A Great Way To Heal Your Inner Shadow!

My “Serial Killer” Journals I have been doing a lot of shadow work by writing my thoughts down in journals. In this video, I show you several of my journals and what they look like. I have a lot of personal information in them and the writing is usually illegible. I rarely ever reread anything I…

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How to Recover From ALL Embarrassing Situations!

Socially Embarrassing Situations I’m sure we’ve all had an experience of saying something we regret or doing something we are ashamed to admit. Some people have the ability to take these mishaps and suddenly change them into something that “saves” themselves or stops outside criticism. On the other hand, other people seem to experience similar…

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