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Practical Philosophy

PERSONALITY VS. CHARACTER

Posted by:   |  Jan 01, 2019

Do you know the distinction between PERSONALITY and CHARACTER? If not, I think it is worth understanding. The word character is from the Old French character and means “imprint on the soul.” The historical meaning of the word personality suggests veneer (covering) and is associated with the Latin word persona, which was a mask worn […]...  Read more

Characteristics of Mindfulness

Posted by:   |  Jan 13, 2015

The seven characteristics and attitudinal factors of mindfulness constitute the major pillars of mindfulness practice. The following is a list that shortly describes these factors: NONJUDGING: “Being with” whatever arises without judgment requires gentleness, kindness and acceptance. To do this requires awareness of the constant stream of judgment and reaction to inner and outer experiences. […]...  Read more

Why People Resist Solving Their Problems? (2)

Posted by:   |  May 06, 2014

In my previous blog, as the name indicates “Why People Resist Solving Their Problems? (1),” I explained why people resist solving their psychological challenges despite complaining about them, even after asking psychotherapists for help and being offered a remedy. Addressing the complaint alone, without considering the context and the system as a whole, is not […]...  Read more

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