Mind and Mindset

 External Writer

Why Everyday Personal Common Sense Is So RARE?

Why Everyday Personal Common Sense Is So RARE?

One might, think, since we hear, references, on an ongoing basis, to using, common sense, we would witness, far – more, evidence, and use, of it! In fact, it often seems, common sense, is, anything, but, and, unfortunately, an extremely, RARE behavior, etc! After, over, four decades, of, attempting to help people, in this direction,…

 External Writer

Depression And Hopelessness: The Mother And Father Of All Problems

Depression And Hopelessness: The Mother And Father Of All Problems

To get over the Mother-Father combination of depression and hopelessness, it takes more than pills, it takes a consciousness. Sure, I do not deny that the medication can help at times, but it takes a consciousness to get over the two worst things in life. Indeed, it not only takes a consciousness, but, a patience…

 External Writer

Snap Judgements, Never Make Them With Your Conscious Self

Snap Judgements, Never Make Them With Your Conscious Self

Judgement. It is better to make a judgement from intuitive consciousness than from “normal” everyday consciousness that goes only upon surface information. With that said I can honestly tell you this in this article: With our normal, every day consciousness we need to look a little deeper at life intuitively. Especially when it comes to…

 External Writer

Impulsiveness and Deliberation

Impulsiveness and Deliberation

At the outset let us understand the meaning within the context of individual’s mind and try to evaluate the impact and its repercussions. Prior to we ponder on the subject we must objectively investigate what goes on in the mind and how it affects people. In psychology impulsive or impulsiveness is a tendency to act…

 External Writer

Physical Activity Has a Direct Correlation to Overall Wellness,Relaxation, and Mind/Body Connection

Physical Activity Has a Direct Correlation to Overall Wellness,Relaxation, and Mind/Body Connection

Scientific evidence and studies show that the mind and the body are actually ONE SYSTEM. So you ask,” What does the mean exactly?” Our mind and body are not as distinct as first perceived, there is quite a correlation i.e. the relationship of your individual mind to your own unique individual body that houses everything…

 External Writer

How A Mental Diet Can Reorganise Your Thinking And Improve Your Life

How A Mental Diet Can Reorganise Your Thinking And Improve Your Life

Reframe Negative Or Limiting Self-TalkI want to introduce you to an idea that may improve your life. I know I’m making a big claim, which might seem unrealistic at first. All I ask is that you read the article and practice what I outline for at least seven days. That is your commitment to test…

 External Writer

Justice to ‘decision Making’

Justice to ‘decision Making’

There is a busy & congested road in front of my house. I use this road sometimes driving my car & sometimes walking on foot. Whenever I am driving my car & in a hurry (which is the case mostly), I think,” why so many people are walking on this road?

 External Writer

The Power Of Framing And Why It Matters

The Power Of Framing And Why It Matters

Framing theory is about communication and how we create meaning in our communications.Framing is about how we define context, make associations, establish reference points and emotional touch points all designed and positioned to convey the sense and meaning that we want to convey. An example of this could be how a political party or pressure…

 External Writer

Don’t Let Your Senses And Reason Dictate What Is Possible For You

Don’t Let Your Senses And Reason Dictate What Is Possible For You

Think of a problem you’re currently facing. Have you tried to overcome it? If your efforts have failed, are you willing to consider correcting your thoughts about the situation? It’s common that when problems and challenges arise, we fixate on the issue trying to find a solution.

 External Writer

First Principles Thinking

First Principles Thinking

First principles thinking is the act of reducing something down to the most basic parts that you know are true, and using that as your foundation for building up from there. It involves digging deeper and deeper until you are left with only the foundation truth of a situation. Aristotle described a first principle as:…

1 2 3 380