The Mirror

“I’m starting with the man in the mirror, I’m asking him to change his ways.” Michael Jackson

In this week’s podcast I talk about the internal emotional states that cause us to continually act out the victim/oppressor dynamic and how internal reflection helps to change the external world. We have become a planet of pontificators, certain we will change the world through dialogue and a redefinition of terms. Political correctness confuses more than it does change the status quo and as we continue to spin out of control, we create more rhetoric, as opposed to taking on the difficult work of inner change.

Can we ever feel empowered and live without fear while clinging for dear life to our right to be victims? Are we prepared to stand out from the crowd and start telling a new story?

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Books

1. The Road Less Travelled – M.Scott Peck (Psychological Growth)

11. A New Earth – Eckart Tolle (Consciousness/Mind)

12. Happiness – Matthieu Ricard (Buddhism/Mind)

20. Cutting the Ties that Bind – Phyllis Crystal (Psychology)

21. Change Your Thinking – Sarah Edelman (CBT)

37. Biology of Belief – Bruce Lipton Ph.D. (Science/Epigenetics)

39. The Brain that Changes Itself – Dr Norman Doidge MD (Mind)

56. 1984 – George Orwell (Political Fiction)

Other Videos

77. Political Correctness Debate: Fry, Peterson, Goldberg & Dyson

85. Joe Rogan Podcast with Bret Weinstein & Jordan Peterson (SJW and Left vs Right)

118. Ben Shapiro’s Sunday Special with Factual Feminist Christina Hoff Sommers

126. James Damore, Helen Pluckrose on Postmodernism & Psychological Needs

128. Fired Google Engineer James Damore on Rubin Report

129. Factual Feminist: The Gender Pay Gap (Christina Hoff Sommers)

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