Sagara describes how drugs were able to provide a route to a life of mindfulness rather than (fortunately) one of pain.
We can hear the phrase ‘suffering is optional’ banded around like it’s a given. But is suffering REALLY optional? And if so, how exactly, and what does the phrase really mean?
An introduction to Limiting beliefs, how they work, and how to deal with them.
What does the diagnosis process for melanoma? How are you staged? And what does each stage mean?
Sagara outlines eight things you need to know when you are diagnosed with cancer – eight things that could possibly help save your life….
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Sagara reflects on his experience of the lockdown due to the coronavirus.
The Story of Jack attempts to illustrate the hold deficiency stories have over our lives, and how they are kept in place by a feeling of identity.
Does the way we think really affect the world we live in…? Sagara explores this from personal experience.
Sagara talks about the similarities between finding coackroaches in a flat, and his experience of being diagnosed with cancer.