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Our Mind is not our brain. It is ethereal, untouchable, unseen. To understand it better we break it down into the Conscious and Subconscious, and how our mind works generally, that dictates the outcome of our lives.

The mind is not fixed and science has shown that is is plastic – it can change by using it correctly, by altering the way we think, what we think and using our imagination.

Male standing on the edge of a rope bridge, Assam, India. Decision, Decision, Decision.

Decision, Decision, Decision

Reading time: 7 minutes Decision, Decision, Decision Have you made up your mind yet?! Before we can do anything we have to make that conscious decision that we are going to do it. And yet it’s one of the most difficult things to do. We procrastinate, we doubt we fondle and trip, never arriving at a decision that could […]

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Two people walking together under an umbrella, in the rain, in a street in London, England. You and Your Environment.

You and Your Environment

Reading time: 5 minutes You and Your Environment The Lie we tell ourselves I’m always amazed when someone says to me or I overhear someone say, that they can’t do something because of where they are at. The job they have, family reasons or even because of the environment they grew up in. It’s the belief that we are […]

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A person walking along a coastal path, with gaslighting. Gaslighting your life.

Gaslighting your life

Reading time: 6 minutes Gaslighting your Life Following the Crowd In 1940 a film came out called “Gaslight”. It’s a thriller about a man who tries, and to some extend succeeds, in convincing his wife that she’s imagining things, that she’s becoming insane. From that film and the plays that followed it, came a psychological definition, “gaslighting“, which describes […]

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A male holding a bow at an archery range.

A Lack of Focus

Reading time: 5 minutes A Lack of Focus Why most of us don’t succeed For most of us life is a series of experiences, settling into a job or a career that we do because it’s part of the way we make a living, it’s what society expects us to do. And yet, regardless of our best efforts we […]

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The Monastery of Varlaam, Meteora, Greece. Decision

Desire, Faith and Passion

Reading time: 5 minutes Desire, Faith and Passion Knowing where you’re going I recall two stories that describe desire. The first is about the monk that was pushed under the water and told that when he wanted something as bad as he wanted to breathe, then he would be on route to achieving his desire. The other is an […]

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