What We Want

The way we experience life is a result of how we frame the information we collect. We aren’t responsible for how we initially interpret what happens, that’s a product of our conditioning. However, we can reformulate, reassess and re-position almost...

Perspective Matters 

Our perspective about anything is relative to our position. Since others are standing elsewhere, their ideas and feelings are sometimes incomprehensible. When the very same thing is seen from another angle through a different lens, it doesn’t seem as legitimate....

Misunderstandings

Because we’re each operating in our own, self-fabricated world, we are sometimes offended by things that weren’t meant to be offensive. We all interpret our experiences according to our memories and programming. We can even subconsciously like and dislike...

It’s Just You

The world we perceive is filtered through our personal experience. Our perception is inextricably linked to where we’ve been and what we’ve done. When we’re upset, it’s always with ourselves. We may be unhappy that someone’s speech or...

Embrace It All

Life inevitably contains a full spectrum of emotions. Sometimes things seem perfect, sometimes they don’t. If we consciously choose the perspective that every situation possesses some benefit for us, our life experience will be very different than if we view...

The Webs We Weave

The bigger the web of judgment we weave, the more likely we are to be annoyed. The more we criticize the world, the more imperfect the it feels to us. This cycle of judgment creates a densely woven fabric of dissatisfaction that ultimately results in us getting caught...