The “Can’t Complain” Philosophy: How Stoicism Can Level Up Your Life

Stoicism probably isn't what you think it is. Here's how this ancient philosophy can make your life a hell of a lot better.

Jordan Bates

12 Books That Destroyed and Rebuilt My Mind

Some books are not books at all. They’re sticks of dynamite.

Jordan Bates

Baba Brinkman Interview: The Rap Guide to Consciousness

Baba Brinkman is the only peer-reviewed rapper in the world. From evolution to climate change,...

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How to Defeat the Procrastodragon Once and For All

The Procrastodragon is hiding over your shoulder... growing larger every time you make an excuse.

Martijn Schirp

The Key to Meditation is Noble Failure

If you're convinced that you suck at meditation, you need to read this.


35 Ways to Get Paid While Traveling the World

Traveling the world has never been more accessible. And earning a living while doing it has never been easier.

Jordan Bates

7 Thought-Provoking Questions from Dr. Jordan B. Peterson

Jordan Peterson shares his seven most thought-provoking questions.

Jon Brooks

Carl Jung and the Shadow: The Ultimate Guide to the Human Dark Side

The "shadow" might be the single most important concept in psychology, yet most people have never heard of it.

Jack E Othon

10 Books That Will Help You Actually Make a Lasting Change

10 books that will help you finally stop repeating the same bad habits.

Jon Brooks

HighExistence Podcast #7: Daniel Schmachtenberger – Neurohacking, Evolutionary Philosophy, and the Future of Humanity

Daniel Schmachtenberger is a genius and listening to this conversation will make you smarter.

Jon Waterlow

Dream Yoga: The Ancient Practice of Using Lucid Dreaming to Gain Enlightenment

Tibetan Buddhists have been meditating in their dreams for more than a thousand years.

Andrew Holecek

HighExistence Podcast #6: Peter Sjöstedt-H on Nietzsche, Panpsychism, and the Hidden Psychedelic History of Philosophy

Peter Sjöstedt-H has been called a "psychedelic Nietzsche." His insights on psychedelic phenomenology, panpsychism, and the utility of philosophy are not to be missed.

Jon Waterlow