Mind

This category is all about your psychology, your mind, your emotions, your thoughts and much more. Learn from it, apply it, and master your mind once and for all!

10 Life Transforming Habits

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Self Talk Determines Your Reality

Self Talk Determines Your Reality https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bCviqYimv1s&t=3s We talk to ourselves – almost constantly. And, although it may appear that, first, we do it consciously, and second, it really doesn’t matter, nothing can be further from the truth. Self-talk is one our most powerful tools as human being but, as everything that powerful – it is

Mind is Everything

It can be pretty difficult to grasp, but our mind rules everything in our lives. From the goals we can conceive, to the results we can accomplish, our happiness, inner peace, the quality of our relationships, our creativity and much more.

The mind can be an amazing tool but a despicable master, and this is solely determined by the degree in which we are aware of how our inner mechanisms work. Most people go through life not knowing the tricks their minds are playing to them and end up being victims of their unconscious processes. By learning and studying how the mind work, we start to open up to the possibility of guiding it, of using it rather than being used by it.

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What is Mind?

Mind is the element that humans possess which enables them to be aware of themselves and their surroundings, to think and to feel, to imagine and conceptualize, to dream and to conceive, to speak and to communicate. Basically, it is what makes us truly human.

It’s true nature is still a mistery. On a personal and experiential level, we are aware of our thoughts and feelings but we never experience the source of them; in our experience there isn’t something called “mind” to which we can point our fingers to. Here’s a Zen Koan that explains the matter clearly:

A student came to Bodhidharma crying, “My mind has no peace as yet! I beg you, master, please pacify my mind!”

“Bring your mind here and I will pacify it for you,” replied Bodhidharma.

“I have searched for my mind, and I cannot take hold of it,” said the student.

“Now your mind is pacified,” said Bodhidharma.

The Hard Problem of Consciousness

The Hard Problem of Consciousness is the problem of trying to explain the relationship between physical proccesses in the brain and our rich inner experience. In a nutshell, it seeks to respond to the question of how inert physical procceses can give rise to subjective experience.

Possible explanations have been created but there is no consensus yet.

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