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We all dream. It’s one of the few things that we share as humans, no matter what country or culture we’re from.

However...

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Trauma is not just an individual tragedy—it is rooted in larger social systems that shape our lives. When we peel back the layers of a traumatic experience, we find that they’re bound up within a larger social context. Whether it’s violence...

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Each of us has a divine destiny. We are constantly moving and evolving into this destiny. At times, our progress may be waylaid by life’s detours. But these side trips through bad marriages, dead-end jobs, financial shortfalls, health...

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Over the last decade there has been an explosion of new findings and public interest in neuroscience. However, most books and resources don’t demonstrate and explain in practical and concrete terms how these discoveries apply to everyday life...

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Omega: How do you define self-compassion?

Steven: The most common way we talk about it is treating yourself the same way you would treat a good friend when they suffer, fall short, or fail. In general...

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Omega: Can you explain how the brain’s way of learning sets us up for addiction?

Judson: Our brains operate with a reward-based learning system, or habit loop, that has a couple of key pieces: a...

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Omega: You grew up with a sign above your bed that said, "If you don't do it, it won't get done." Can you talk about our cultural obsession with hard work and how that influenced your life?

Tosha: I...

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Byron Katie, founder of The Work, demonstrates how you can change the world by making minor and major shifts in your thinking.

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What if we thought of judgment as another form of intuition? From the perspective of ego, judgments are the criticisms that divide our hearts from those that seem foreign to our known perceptions of reality.

While the soul is...