Monthly Archives: June 2017

Everyday Invalidations Anxiety and Neurosis

Recently this seems to be a topic of interest.  As I understand it neurosis is conflicted or off balance. Anxiety is a feeling of worry about a future event. As change and impermanence go is there not a degree of neurotic … Continue reading

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Everyday Invalidations: The Possibility Of Competition

Reading David Nichtern’s book Awakening from the Daydream;The Buddha’s Wheel of Life. I am learning to let go of competition or for that matter what is sold today as “healthy competition”. In all the sales and agency and recruitment bullpens … Continue reading

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Everyday Invalidations Slow Fix:Confess Mistakes

A 1st chapter of Carl Honore’s book The Slow Fix is about confession of mistakes and taking the time to slow down and understand the cyclical nature of error and denial of error and the suffering it produces. Of course this … Continue reading

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Everyday Invalidations Change,Loss And Grief-The Business Edition

Change is a hot word these days it is sizzling in fact aka transition, systemic shifts, transformations, impermanence, etc Loss is moderately used and has some degree of popularity in business aka financial loss, sales losses, loss of market share … Continue reading

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Everyday Invalidations What’s My Problem? Expectations!

What’s my problem?  Expectations, essentially.  Wanting people, places and things to be other than they are.  An overall lack of gratitude and lack of critical thought of how I get myself into drama and disappointment cycles. Is an expectation and … Continue reading

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Everyday Invalidations Expectations Are The Seeds Of Future Resentments

My expectations set up my suffering and resentments.  Then they should be changed, easier said than done.  But what is an expectation?  How come I project it onto others?  I even have expectations for the family cat.  My sense is … Continue reading

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Everyday Invalidations Small Wins And Slow Fixes For Change

I am now reading The Slow Fix by Canadian Carl Honore and Small Wins by American Karl Weick.  Both provide me with time to slow down and break the change into tiny pieces to eat one at a time instead … Continue reading

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