This was originally posted in 2018 in the early months of this blog. I've decided to pull a few posts out of the archives where they were gathering dust, give them an overhaul, and bring them back to life. It's a bit of an experiment, and here's the first one. "Happiness is a choice." … Continue reading Happiness Is a Choice, My Ass
One of my major pet peeves is pseudoscience, which Google defines as "a collection of beliefs or practices mistakenly regarded as being based on scientific method." There's a lot of pseudoscience out there in the world that can spread easily and quickly via the internet, and it often astonishes me what people will believe. There's also… Continue reading How to Spot Pseudoscience
Find Your Glow, Feed Your Soul: A Guide for Cultivating a Vibrant Life of Peace & Purpose by Emily Silva, who is a life coach. It provides an A to Z of ways that you can tap into your inner glow, with quotes to accompany each entry. The interior of the book, like the cover,… Continue reading Book Review: Find Your Glow, Feed Your Soul
On a somewhat regular basis, I read or hear someone talking about vibrational frequencies and thoughts vibrating and all that jazz. This is often in relation to the so-called law of attraction. This concept doesn't stay in the metaphorical realm; instead, it's not uncommon to see quantum physics being used to justify these kinds of… Continue reading Do thoughts vibrate?
At one point I had come home from an extended stay in hospital, and because ECT had wiped out a chunk of memory, I discovered things in my house that I had no idea how they had gotten there. One of those things I found was a book on the law of attraction. At first… Continue reading Is the law of attraction real?