Soul Talk: Vipassana – Finding Peace in Fear

This world is too loud. Our mind is rarely conected to our body, we are rarely living in the present. We wanted to know how we could fight against this trend of never ending worries and we found the ancient practice of Vipassana. This form of meditation tries to connect you to your own self.  It is often defined as a form of meditation that seeks “insight into the true nature of reality”. To learn more about it, we talked with Yalid, a Vipassana practitioner for over a decade. He currently helps people overcome Social Anxiety at BeatSocialAnxiety.com using tools from the intersection between Buddhist and Western Psychology.

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Thinkpiece: Objectifying the Objects

Guest article

We need to see a bag as a bag.
And we need so badly to see a person as a person.

Since we engaged in mass production, we are coming down the hill.
We should discuss what we feel when, exiting the mall, we find a homeless person lying next to the door.
Is there a feeling?
Do we feel sorry for that person? Culpability?
Is there an emotion? What happens in our head when we see the homeless?

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