Category: Positive Psychology

Deep Work and the Bhagavad Gita

(TL;DR version; happiness and fulfilment are found in the process of mastering our craft/dharma. Actively dedicate 3-4 undistracted hours towards yours everyday, not the results of the process. Summary and reading…


Why We’re Negative: Understanding Negativity Bias

I see it on social media, I hear it from friends when they recount their day. We remember the bad, we recall the negative. I’ve read about this in a couple…


Two Psychologist’s Quest for Universal Virtues

Psychology is the science I know and love. However, a fair criticism of this field is that it focuses on identifying what is wrong with people, and works to help suffering…


Post-Traumatic Growth and the Psychedelic Experience

I owe my life to psychedelics and to the writers who learned from them and wrote about them. The most genuine people I have met are psychonauts. In our age, in…


The 6 Universal Virtues

For the last 200 years, psychology has been obsessed with the faults in our nature. Positive Psychology is a relatively new branch of the “soul-healing” science and it’s focus is on how…