This blog post is about our propensity to always compare ourselves with others. In general, I am arguing that we must stop this comparison, and instead be focusing more on our own abilities and happiness.
This blog post is about “victim mentality” and the need for a law of attraction practitioner to abandon such a paralyzing emotional state in order to achieve a more positive and dynamic state of being.
This blog post is about negative emotions and the common observation that people in general normally do not shy away from negative emotions very quickly, or at all. Why is that?
This blog post deals with happiness in today’s Western countries: How happy (measured in terms of overall “positivity”) are people in general?
This is a book review of The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz. This book may be of interest for philosophically inclined people who are into self-realization, self-actualization, and self-help type personal development, or are interested in Toltec philosophy and spirituality.
This is a book review of Religions, Values, and Peak-Experiences by Abraham H. Maslow. It may be of interest to psychologists, philosophers of education, and philosophers of religion, and perhaps also to some religious and spiritual people.
This blog post discusses my new negativity-positivity scale, and deals with the issue of how to divide it. On this scale, how many different levels of negativity and positivity is theoretically and practically possible or useful to have?
Continue reading “The Negativity-Positivity Scale: How Many Levels Do We Need?”
This blog post is about levels of core emotional energy, and about the definition of those levels. Also discussed is a one-dimensional system for evaluating or “typing” human character and behavior, for the purpose of practical prediction, explanation, and understanding. It also touches upon the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator.
Continue reading “Levels of Core Emotional Energy: Labeling the Negativity-Positivity Spectrum (3)”
This blog post is a continuation of yesterday’s post, introducing the concept of an individual’s Core Emotional Energy (CEE). I am here touching on “linguistic usage” and “levels” of CEE to further lay out the landscape around Core Emotional Energy.
Today’s blog post is about the introduction of the concept of one’s Core Emotional Energy (CEE). Also discussed is the idea of different “levels” of CEE, correlating to different “levels” of negativity and positivity.