Category Archives: Metathoughts

What Facebook Does (To You)

I had been an active Facebook user for six years since 2008 and honestly, the login was part of my daily routine for the vast majority of my days. A few months ago I deleted my account. Since then, a lot of … Continue reading

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Inspiring Metathoughts – Part II

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This Monday simply didn’t flow as smoothly as I always wish my Mondays to be like, so I decided to stop struggling and instead send out some Metathoughts I collected. This time the quotes and thoughts are focused around the … Continue reading

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Why Travelling is Real Life Condensed: 9 Lessons

The last months were marked by transition. Decisions and changes appeared ahead, as I redefined the road I’m choosing to travel. At the end stands the decision to leave South Africa for Europe, to do clinical psychology training in Munich, … Continue reading

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Inspiring Metathoughts – Part I

These are the quotes and thoughts which inspired me most over the last few months. Chose one which particularly speaks to you and leave me a comment on what it means for you, and how you are going to act … Continue reading

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Can we think ourselves healthy or sick?

Thinking about Positive Psychology and well-being, one  will sooner or later ponder the question whether and how our thinking, or mind, influences health and disease. Answers to this question vary greatly. On the one extreme is the traditional medical viewpoint, … Continue reading

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What are Metathoughts?

Ordinary Thoughts Thoughts are the driving force in our lives; every idea, action and creation originates in thought. However, most of the time we experience thoughts as automatic and accept our inner voice without reflection. The result are thought processes … Continue reading

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