Belief

Podcast Episode 12: Disgust

Traditionally as an adaptive function, disgust has served for disease avoidance. In other words: to keep us healthy and to keep us from getting ill. Our feeling of disgust works incredibly well for us to tell us to avoid, for example, faeces, rotting meat, or parasitic infected food. (more…)

By Sifiso, ago
Emotions

Podcast Episode 11: Listener Mail

In this episode, Jake will be replying to some of our listeners questions that have been sent in. Thank you to those who have emailed us with questions and topic ideas for the show. We hope to get through all the mail and answer all your questions. We will be doing more listeners mail podcast to get you all involved. Enjoy! (more…)

By nogginnotes, ago
Emotions

Podcast Episode 11: Listeners Mail

In this episode, Jake will be replying to some of our listeners questions that have been sent in. Thank you to those who have emailed us with questions and topic ideas for the show. We hope to get through all the mail and answer all your questions. We will be doing more listeners mail podcast to get you all involved. Enjoy! (more…)

By Sifiso, ago
Emotions

Podcast Episode 10: Joy

joy Jake discusses the emotion of Joy in this episode. Happiness is a blurred emotion. It can mean different things to many people. Most of us will agree that happiness is an emotional state of well-being defined by positive feelings ranging from contentment to intense joy. (more…)

By Tom, ago
Forgivness

Trust

Trust is questionably one of the most complex and misunderstood concepts that we are faced with in our daily lives. Its meaning is encapsulated within various connotations – ask five friends, you’ll get five definitions – and ironically, it becomes difficult to trust in one definition alone. Yet, trust is deemed as one of the most important components of our society and ourselves. (more…)

By Me, Myself and I, ago
Anger

Podcast Episode 9: Anger

Jake discusses the emotion of Anger in this episode. Anger is an emotion that everyone has experienced. Something or someone has made you frustrated, infuriated, irritated, annoyed or just plain angry. This episode aims to illustrate the significant role that anger contributes to motivation and if your motivation is not to make change, then you might need to let go of your anger because anger should always serve an intentional purpose. (more…)

By Sifiso, ago