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Exploring the power to change our world,
and the world of those around us,
for the better.

Bad things happen on their own. However, good things need someone to make them happen.

This is not pessimism. It simply a side-effect of the law of entropy.

This blog is a collection of resources, knowledge and practical ideas to help us make good things happen.


A piece of magic for beginners

Yes, finally! We’ve been reading this blog about “Worldchanger magic!” and it’s taken this long for us to finally reach an article on how to do a piece of actual magic to change our world. Before we get too excited, let me clarify that this is only at the beginner level though. This specific magic… Continue reading A piece of magic for beginners

Understanding our power

We have an incredible amount of power to change our world for the better.
However, this power has limits. It has rules. What are these rules?
Can we tap into them, and make our world even better?

Blind Spots – An introduction

There are some things that we cannot see, even when we are looking right at them!
Why is this? What causes this type of blindness?
What can we do to see them more clearly.

A quick update…

Hello. This is just a quick update to talk about changes to the site you may notice (or be interested in) in the near future. I’ve added a reading list page called Worldchanger Library to the site. It is a collection of books that I have found (personally) to provide a great amount of insight… Continue reading A quick update…

A good relationship…

A good relationship is not something we find. It is not something that happens to us or something we luckily discover. If we want a good relationship, it is something that we will have to Build. Let’s take a best-case scenario. Let’s say that we believe in soulmates. We believe that, once we find the… Continue reading A good relationship…

Our Cast of Characters: A Worked Example

This post is a worked example of how we can use the ideas discussed in the previous post “You are not the only voice in your head”.
It should hopefully help make a lot of the abstract ideas discussed there a bit more concrete.

Young children think they are selfish

Young children think they are selfish. However, if they are lucky, they will grow up to learn better.

The thing that gives the most happiness, …

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