Are your doubts holding you back? The way to conquer your doubts is with action. Wondering about whether you can do it will not get it done. The only way to know for sure is to jump right in and get started.
Avoiding the challenges will only make those challenges grow bigger. Instead, walk right up to each challenge, and the closer you get, the more ways you’ll discover to get beyond it. If you wait until conditions are perfect, all you’ll ever do is wait. Great accomplishments are given birth by starting from where you are with what you have.
“Right now, billions of neurons in your brain are working together to generate a conscious experience — and not just any conscious experience, your experience of the world around you and of yourself within it. How does this happen? According to neuroscientist Anil Seth, we’re all hallucinating all the time; when we agree about our hallucinations, we call it ‘reality.’ ”
Neuroscientist and Professor of Cognitive and Computational Neuroscience at the University of Sussex Anil Seth recently gave a TedTalk discussing the origins of consciousness. He begins his lecture by asking the audience, how does consciousness happen? He refers to it as “the greatest remaining mysteries in science and philosophy,” and he’s not the only one to view it this way. Theoretical physicist Max Planck, who originated quantum theory, regarded “consciousness as fundamental,” stating that “we cannot get behind consciousness,” and that “everything we talk about, everything that we regard as existing, postulates consciousness.” Continue reading Neuroscientist Shares How Your Brain Hallucinates To Create Reality→
In processing the same vasana, I discovered that I could take a stand and, if the stand came from an authentic and commited place, that cut right through the vasana. It also landed me again in the space of mastery.
The human mind is incredibly complex. It’s been approximated that the human brain contains around 100 billion neurons, which is a testament to just how little we know about the uniqueness of the human experience. With as much as there is to understand, psychologists have spent years building conceptual frameworks of personality which serve as a way to break down the complexity into more easily digestible parts. One of the most common of these concepts is the “Big Five” dimensions of personality, however many more exist including work done by Carl Jung, as well as Dr. Carol Pearson’s “Six Archetypes We Live By,” as popularized by her book “The Hero Within.” Continue reading Why Rebels Are So Important to Society→
New Chemical Pollution Study Highlights Importance of Where Fish is Sourced
While there have been various advisories over the years against eating tuna – from moral to health related – a new study might be zeroing in on an even greater problem than what has been addressed so far.