Jeremy writes about a variety of topics related to consciousness and well-being. He is an active contributor to sites including

The Problem with Knowledge

By Jeremy on Thursday, December 6th, 2018

Each week I meet new clients who have spent years studying personal development and self-help material. They read all the books, attend all the seminars and enroll in all the courses. They are hungry to know more. They believe that if they can just manage learn the latest productivity hacks, tips on the psychology of … Read More »

Please Share Your Pain

By Jeremy on Wednesday, April 5th, 2017

Imagine gathering all your family members and friends in an auditorium. Now imagine standing before all these people and telling them the most painful and scary things going on in your life right now in full detail. After hearing about the depths of your suffering, how much better would they know you- the real you? … Read More »

On Losing My Father and Emotional Healing

By Jeremy on Monday, May 2nd, 2016

This post was originally featured on — It was five years ago this month that my father passed away from cancer. About four months before his death, his oncologist gave him a bleak diagnosis, telling him to get his affairs in order because he could die at any time. Our entire family was dumbstruck. … Read More »

Subconscious Civics: Why Politics Piss Us Off and How to Change it

By Jeremy on Thursday, April 28th, 2016

“There are two things you never discuss with people,” my granny once cautioned me, “religion and politics.” Depending on where you live in the world, I suppose you could add soccer to the list as well. But drawing from her 101 years of rich life experience, she made a good point; there are few things … Read More »

The Necessity of Human Touch

By Jeremy on Thursday, February 18th, 2016

Have you been held by someone today? Touched, caressed, snuggled, embraced-lovingly. For many of us, the answer is no. Even for those of us in romantic relationships, devoting time to physical touch is often not a daily priority. Who really has time nowadays to prioritize being held when we’re so busy fulfilling our professional and … Read More »

Four Battles you Believe you’re Fighting Alone but Actually Aren’t

By Jeremy on Tuesday, February 9th, 2016

How often do you consider how life appears to flow so easily for some people? Why is it that your co-workers seem to have their money squared away so perfectly, while you still struggle to achieve financial freedom? How come those people at the gym and yoga class look so fit and healthy, while you … Read More »

The Hidden Benefits of Being a Good Giver

By Jeremy on Monday, October 6th, 2014

Take a moment to imagine how you would feel after doing the following activities: Dropping $50 at a lemonade stand run by a few nice kids Giving a family member a framed photo you know they’ll love Telling a stranger how much you love their sunglasses Spending an hour listening to a friend going through … Read More »

A Simple Technique for Taking a Vacation from Worry

By Jeremy on Sunday, July 20th, 2014

  As summer is in full swing, many of us are jet-setting for beautiful vacation spots to enjoy a well-deserved break. Vacation is a marvelous way to de-stress and break up the monotony of daily routines. Research tell us that immersing oneself in a new setting stimulates creativity and promotes mindfulness, which plays a significant … Read More »

Instantly Boost Your Confidence and Motivation with this Technique

By Jeremy on Wednesday, May 14th, 2014

Imagine a close friend coming to you and expressing their doubts about being able to find a romantic partner. “Why would anyone want me?” says your friend, “I’m not good-looking or smart enough to have someone in my life. All the good ones are taken, anyway.” Imagine responding to them without any sarcasm, “You’re right. … Read More »