Chi Nei Tsang Massage: Healing The Inside

Chi Nei Tsang is a Tantric Taoist technique developed according to the principles of traditional Chinese medicine. Chi Nei Tsang physically seeks and treats emotional blockages found in the organs to free them from pain, helping us heal. This particular style of massage can at first feel unpleasant to a lot of people who are…… Continue reading Chi Nei Tsang Massage: Healing The Inside

The Body According To Plato: Desires

For Plato, the body was the prison to the soul for it limits the expression of our desires, but have we understood his words correctly? Plato was one of the first philosophers who started the debate regarding the body in relations to the soul and our desire. Now, you may agree or disagree with this…… Continue reading The Body According To Plato: Desires

Albert Camus On The Absurdity of Life

Who was Albert Camus? He was one of the greatest most lucid thinkers and writers of the 20th century. The depth and simplicity of his works made his writings highly valuable in philosophy and literature. Why have I chosen him today? Because today I feel the absurdity of life which Camus often referred to. In…… Continue reading Albert Camus On The Absurdity of Life

A Child’s Silent Cry: Being Raised By Parents With Depression

Even though we live in a society where we often hear the word “Depression”, the subject still remains one of the most stigmatized illnesses; this is the result of ignorance on what depression actually is, and the desire to run away from our own wounds–“If I tell myself, I am all about rainbows and unicorns,…… Continue reading A Child’s Silent Cry: Being Raised By Parents With Depression

The Incognisable: Rumi, A Story Of Love

Although in the west the word “Guru” has become synonym with “expert”, “master”, “influential teacher”; in its origin, it means “guide” or “mentor”, and although at first glance many would say mentor and teacher are the same, etymologically based on their Latin roots, they are not, but that is a subject for another day. A…… Continue reading The Incognisable: Rumi, A Story Of Love

Understanding Narcissism & Narcissistic Parenting

Narcissism or Narcissistic Personality Disorder

Today I would like to expand on the subject of Narcissism; a subject often misunderstood. Franco Volpi; a philosopher and historian; wrote “Tell me who you see when you look at yourself on the mirror, and I will tell you what philosophy of life you live by”. We all know the myth of Narcissus; a…… Continue reading Understanding Narcissism & Narcissistic Parenting

Assumptions Lead To Wrong Conclusions

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This article in some way goes hand in hand with my previous article on “Paranoia…The Silent Epidemic”–for it is based not just on assumptions per se, but on the high level of sociological paranoia currently being faced all over the world. How many of your thoughts about other people, situations or things are due to…… Continue reading Assumptions Lead To Wrong Conclusions

Paranoia…The Silent Epidemic Of Our Current Society

Would you be surprise to know, one of the biggest disorders that our society is currently facing is Paranoia? Paranoia, is¬†thinking and feeling like you are being threatened in some way, even if there is no evidence or very little evidence that you are. Paranoid thoughts can also be described as delusions; for example, assuming…… Continue reading Paranoia…The Silent Epidemic Of Our Current Society

Benefits of Tantric Counseling

Traditional therapy can be an intimidating thing; it should come as not surprise then how much more “terrifying” the idea of Tantric counselling can be; whether by one self or as a couple. Tantric counselling is similar to what is commonly known as Sex Therapy; which focuses on physical and mental dysfunctions; however, Tantric counselling…… Continue reading Benefits of Tantric Counseling