Most of the content that fills our minds is a reflection of our common cultural narrative. The goods and bads, rights and wrongs, fairs and unfairs that we adopt from what we learn and from trying to interpret the beliefs of our peers.
The modern mind then judges, compares, complains, and weaves a compelling narrative (which we often accept unquestioningly) that much of what we experience, often including ourselves, is not good enough. The resulting inner narrative couldn't be more destructive for our happiness. Learn how to recognise this self-sabotaging process and, over time, neutralise it.
In this episode, Robert takes the listeners on a meditative journey into thought and the mind to teach us how we can discover a state of mind without the incessant repetition of the modern mind.