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The Helpful Teachings of the Stoic Thinkers

Stoic thinkers offer us a new way of seeing life based on acceptance, virtue, and connection with ourselves. You may think that the teachings of the Stoic thinkers and, in general, their philosophy of life are far removed from our reality today. However, if you stopped to analyze their proposals and basic principles, you’d see that…
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100 reassuring bravery & courage quotes

If only we all had a little more courage; how much more would we get done? How many of us would actually pursue his/her dreams instead of just simply thinking of them? Sometimes, it’s all we need to be able to go from an idea to action, to success. But often we’re too afraid. And so we never start. If you’re someone who struggles…
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48 Leonardo da Vinci beautiful quotes

Leonardo da Vinci, the famous Italian artist and intellectual of the Renaissance, was born in Vinci, Italy, in 1452, and passed away in France, in 1519. Below there is a beautiful collection of 48 Leonardo da Vinci quotes. “A beautiful body perishes, but a work of art dies not.” “Art is never finished, only abandoned.”…
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The Eranos Circle: Symbolism and Existence

The Eranos Circle emerged during the 1930s as a reaction against the ideological and cultural extremisms of the time. Its goal was to seek new horizons on a scientific and philosophical level. The Eranos Circle is one of the organizations that have been influential in the field of psychology and philosophy. Like the Vienna Circle,…
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38 spiritual Eckhart Tolle’s quotes

Eckhart Tolle is a German author, best known as the person behind the best selling book The Power of Now. In 2011, he was listed by Watkins Review as the most spiritually influential person in the world. Below is a list with some of the most spiritual and inspiring Eckhart Tolle’s quotes. “Acknowledging the good that you already…
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How transforming your thoughts transforms your life

How many thoughts do you have every day? How many of these thoughts are ones you are consciously aware of? How many of them are helpful to you or others? How many of them are harmful? Taking this path of self-inquiry can help you perform a “thought audit” where you assess whether your current life circumstances are being improved or…
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