Mind

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.

Golden Buddha statue in the temple of Wat Traimit, Bangkok, Thailand. Who are you, really?

Who are you, Really?

Most of us travel through life like a tourist, never really knowing the whole truth of the place we are visiting. Who are you? Not in the spiritual sense but in a real, pragmatic sense. Most of us lack the awareness to see through the armour and ideals that we cover ourselves with, never seeing […]

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Person leaning on a window-sill, looking out. The Truth About of Motivation

The Truth About of Motivation

There’s a fallacy behind motivation. We hear that we need to motivate ourselves to do better, to get things done. But motivation is like happiness and sadness – it’s a state that comes and goes. So if it’s not always there, if we are not always motivated to do, then what will keep us going? […]

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A group of people looking at a laptop screen. The Language of Thought and Change

The Language of Thought and Change

We think that we think, but the language we speak gives us away. The language of thought and the language of change is foreign to us to start with, but like any new environment, we learn, understand and apply what we learn. The process of thought and change is no different. It all starts with […]

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A person looking up at a wall. What’s Your Twelve-Foot Wall?

What’s Your Twelve-Foot Wall?

Have you ever tried going over a twelve-foot wall? Just you, no help allowed. The answer would be a resounding no. It’s one of the obstacles in the military assault course. It is when you realise that cohesion and cooperation are important. It’s when you realise that you cannot achieve everything without help – that […]

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A painter, painting a scene at the seaside. The Two Sides of Perfectionism

The Two Sides of Perfectionism

There are two sides to perfectionism. One side is seeking to make sure that something gets done or is done flawlessly. On the other hand, perfectionism can stifle us, blind us and stop us in our tracks. What is perfectionism Perfectionism isn’t OCD (Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder). OCD is when someone does the same thing again and […]

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