Part of our brain keeps an eye out for things we want to find. Back in prehistoric times, we may have kept a lookout for berries on a bush or rabbit tracks in the snow. Nowadays we may notice a certain type of car on the road, just like the one we are thinking about buying. It's an automatic instinct: want it and see more of it. Truth is like that. We know it when it zings us. If you're looking for bits of truth, they will stand out to you like finding coins on the beach. Truth has an instantly recognizable value that sets it apart from anything around it. In this blog, I want to share with you those fascinating flashes of truth that I come across in my daily life as a writer and psychotherapist. I hope you will enjoy what I find, and that we can share an ongoing enjoyment of psychological and spiritual discovery through this twice-monthly blog.
How to find your true self and get free from others' immaturity