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April 28, 2017

One of the rules we set when we first start to express our resentments with Radical Honesty, is that we cannot resent someone for something they didn’t do. There’s a good reason we make this (sometimes frustrating) caveat, and I feel it’s worth spending some time under...

January 8, 2016

 

As one of the more outspoken members of the Radical Honesty cult, this week I got asked to take part in a documentary that's going to be aired on Radio Canada next Wednesday evening (the 12th of January) around 9pm. It's a regular feature in which the show's host disc...

November 15, 2015

I am afraid of fear. It seems like a crazy thing to say I know, but the physical sensations of fear; the hammering heart, the nausea, the dry-mouth, the muscles shaking, these are all sensations that I would do pretty much anything to avoid. Feeling fear is telling mys...

October 26, 2015

 

One of the many misconceptions about being 'radically honest' is the idea that you have to - not only be 100% honest - but also have to divulge every single thing that's going through your mind, like there is no filter between your brain and your mouth. However, there...

October 22, 2015

 

One of the first hurdles I came up against when I started being radically honest is my society's obsession with "being nice". The idea that I should keep my thoughts inside my head unless they are positive and full of sunshine was deeply ingrained in me from my childh...

October 18, 2015

 

I posted a graphic on Facebook today produced by the "F**K IT" guys (who I love) that said: "A fantastic side effect of accepting yourself for whoever you are; you start accepting other people for who they too". Shortly after I'd posted it one of my favourite people,...

October 17, 2015

Since returning from the workshop in Virginia, I find that I'm struggling to be around my friends who only want to communicate about surface topics. I feel constantly frustrated by talk of 'events' and 'incidents' rather than what I see as the real subjects under discu...

October 15, 2015

Back at the start of last year, roughly halfway through a diploma in Integrated Counselling, I had become more than a little obsessed with the subject of shame. Having watched a number of TED talks by a fascinating lady called Brené Brown and read some of her books, I...

September 27, 2015

One of the parts of learning about Radical Honesty that has helped me the most is learning about the way in which the Sufi's chart the levels of human consciousness. According to their belief 95% of humankind spends 95% of its time on the lowest rung of human conscious...

August 3, 2015

Fresh returned am I from my week in Greece (just east of the city of Volos for those who are interested), and from my week in the company of Mr.Brad Blanton and 25 other wonderful people hell-bent on discovering the benefits of practicing Radical Honesty.


I can only de...

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