Category Archives: Detachment

Phronesis (Practical Wisdom)

When discussing moral behavior, it is worth noting that some “virtues” can be faults if they are not balanced by wisdom. An individual may be honest, generous, or respectful, but if they do so “to-a-fault,” then potential hardships could result. … Continue reading

Posted in Causality, Detachment, Fulfillment, Inner-Voice, Life Tools, Managing Stress, Success, Wellness | Leave a comment

Obstacles Equal Success

It might seem odd to suggest that obstacles are the source of success versus failure. But it is true. Whenever obstacles present themselves during the process of manifesting our goals, they should be viewed with appreciation. They should also spark … Continue reading

Posted in Balance & Flow, Career and Job, Detachment, Interconnectiveness, Managing Stress, Motivation, Struggle, Wellness | Leave a comment

MindFul vs. MindLess Thinking

Last month we discussed the most common thinking habit, which we defined as defensive routines or defensiveness. By understanding the various types of Defensive Routines that we discussed, individuals are able to get a better grasp on how they create … Continue reading

Posted in Detachment, Life Tools, Meta-Cognition | Leave a comment