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The Millionaire Hippie

0 In Authenticity

Archetypes Narrative And The Jungian Shadow

Introduction In this article, my aim is to demonstrate the abstraction of our cultural (archetypes) narrative from the human experience and vice versa. How our stories are reflections of our journey through life and how they are encoded into the structure of the psyche. I will draw heavily on the concept of The Heroes Journey as put forward by Joseph Campbell in his 1949 book, The Hero with a Thousand Faces. I will also use Mythology, Religion and Jungian Psychology…

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0 In Awakening

Why Do I Think I Will Change If I Don’t Work At It?

Is change without effort possible? Of course not, but then why do we believe that it is. Recently, my goal has been to change the way I do my yoga practice in the morning. Normally, what I do is I do a half-assed job of practicing. I am standing there, in a yoga pose, in an asana, and completely not focused on what I am doing. My body is in the pose, in the asana, in the correct posture. But…

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0 In INFJ

A Brief Introduction To The MBTI Cognitive Functions by Cat Sawyer

This is a guest post written by Cat Sawyer – I consider her one of the foremost experts in cognitive functions, as labeled by me. In this Introduction to Cognitive Functions, my aim is to give you a basic understanding of the eight Functions, how they are ordered inside a personality type and how they manifest in the behavioural traits. I won’t overload you with a breakdown of all the sixteen types. However, I will use a few, particularly the…

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0 In Doubt/ Entrepreneurship

I Feel Like An Imposter – Everyone Else Seems To Know What They Are Doing

Imposter Syndrome hits us all and it hurts us all. I hear over and over from my friends, and coaching clients, that they feel like they are the only ones in their circle who have no idea what they are doing with their lives. They are the only ones who are lost. The only ones who are searching. The only ones who are misspent. And the only ones who don’t have their shit together. Everyone else they know is happy,…

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0 In Authenticity

A Tragic Story Of Someone Who Waited Too Long

A good friend of mine was telling me a story they heard from an OkCupid date. The story was about the girl’s father. This man was taking early retirement. He had dreamed of retiring for a while now and he was finally getting close to that magic number of 55 years of age. He counted down the weeks: 20 weeks to go, 19, 18… A week or so before the big day, he was hit by a pick-up truck. He…

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0 In INFJ

Decisions May Be Hard For INFJs Because They Have A Tendency To See 8 Sides To Everything

One of the main reasons my INTJ sister and I fight is because she doesn’t understand that I see the world in extreme shades of gray. Whereas for her the world is more a case of black and white, with a little bit of gray somewhere in there, sometimes. Decisions are easier for her, and not so much for me. In fact, this is one of the main reasons why I despised myself for the longest time. I used to think…

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0 In INFJ

Why Is The INFJ I’m Dating Slowly Pulling Away From Me?

One of the magnificent things about having a YouTube channel about INFJs is many non-INFJs message me asking questions about their beloved INFJs and about a potential doorslam. This really makes me ecstatic. I know how hard it can be for an INFJ, one of the introverted Myers-Briggs personality types, to be in a relationship, especially a romantic one. So, I take these questions as an opportunity to help my fellow INFJs find long-lasting love.  Time after time, INTJs, INFPs,…

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2 In INFJ

INFJs Need A Couple Of Hours Every Night To Detox, Process, And Let Go Of A Busy Day

Mood swings suck, don’t they?? I am visiting my family at the moment in Toronto, Canada. Even though, I absolutely adore them to death, I have realized that if I spend too much time with them, without a break, I start feeling an immense amount of rage, and resentment towards them. It’s wholly without reason, and I know it is related to the lack of alone time, and not related to them at all.  Nowadays, I am able to catch…

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0 In Authenticity

The Day My Life Changed Forever

I had just come back from Thailand – it had been a dream trip. The trip had been absolutely epic. I had spent 3 weeks sitting by the ocean, under the sun, or the stars, contemplating the surf. No thoughts ran through my mind. I was calm, relaxed, and happy. I hadn’t touched a computer or looked at a screen for 3 weeks. My body felt the effects of it, too. I came back more flexible in my hips and…

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