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.
Expectations Does our background and our environment have anything to do with the life we have? Is there a correlation between the past and the present? Is there a causation between the events of the past and the events of our present? A lot of people have the belief that we have to deal with […]
It’s not what you think How many stories, poems and rhymes do you recall from when you were a child? Mary and her lamb, Humpty Dumpty, a ring of roses. Stories like “The three Musketeers”, “The Old man and the sea”, “Cinderella” and the story for the theme of this post, “Little Red Riding Hood”. […]
In the Driving Seat Our day is about to start. We get in the car to get to where we are going, to work, to the gym or whatever is on our routine and we drive. We drive, checking the rearview and side mirrors with each manoeuvre, looking behind us and to the side before […]
What they mean Being optimistic or pessimistic can be the difference between success and failure. It’s not just about having a positive mindset or not, it’s about the belief and the hope of how things will turn out. Optimism is having a brilliant or bright outlook for the future. Pessimism is having a bleak or […]
What is a Stoic When Marcus Aurelius was writing his own “Meditations” and lamentations on life in the 2nd Century AC, he would never have imagined that his thoughts would become a book that is prized as one of the pillars of Stoic thought. But in doing so, he left us with an ideal of […]