https://youtu.be/n3ytcuyx1HI Smart people tell me I should read more books. So here's four books I've been reading. Modern Man In Search Of A Soul by Carl Jung - 66 pages into this. Not as 'esoteric' as what you find in his books like Symbols of Transformation. But it is difficult in that it references points… Continue reading Four books I’m enjoying: Jung, Holiday, Nietzsche, Kurtz
Listen on Spotify | Listen on Apple | Watch on YouTube I'm starting a new podcast talking show with my buddy Pranav Mutatkar. It's called PAUL AND PRANAV DISCOVER THE MEANING OF LIFE. ABOUT THE SHOW -- Pranav and I have searched high and low for the meaning of life. After countless hours reading a… Continue reading PAUL AND PRANAV DISCOVER THE MEANING OF LIFE #1
Listen on Spotify | Listen on Apple | Watch on YouTube Warning: what follows is a conversation for book nerds Books transform us. When we really dig into a book, nestle beneath the words, peek under the author's skin, we transcend our current self. We become someone greater. The best books maintain that transformation long… Continue reading The Penguin Latte Podcast #19 – The Mad Scientist of Reading: Poor Bjorn on Self-Experimenting with Non-Fiction
Have you ever played Binky's Facts and Opinions? It's a game that teaches players the difference between what's true and what's not. Here, let's play together. Look at at this question from my Positive Psychology™ midterm, and tell me if it's a fact, or opinion, that one of these things decreases happiness.* Yeah, I could… Continue reading I have no idea how to answer this question on my psychology midterm (Part 1)
Jung was a juggernaut. Inspired by Poor Bjorn's post about his reading the entire “Story of Civilization” by Will Durant, I’d like to share with you what I consider to be my most ambitious reading project: to read through the entire collected works of C.G Jung (The Bollingen Series as translated by RF.C Hull. Can… Continue reading My Most Ambitious Reading Project: The Collected Works of C.G Jung.