We all see reality through a personal lens shaped by our beliefs, culture, religion, and experiences. The movie “Roshomon” was a brilliant example of this, where three witnesses to a crime recount different versions of what happened. When couples argue, they usually can’t agree on the facts of what happened. Additionally, our mind tricks us according to what we think, believe, and feel. These are cognitive distortions that cause us unnecessary pain. Continue reading “Reality Isn’t What You Think! How Cognitive Distortions Harm Us By Darlene Lancer”
Self-sabotage has been dubbed ‘the enemy within.’ I agree.
It’s self-defeating behavior that we use to solve or cope with a problem that ends up causing new problems. Bigger headaches. Greater stress. More worry. Continue reading “Bring Your Health Back to Life by Breaking the Self-Sabotage Cycle By Nicole Dennison”
Human nature may be defined by two groups, those whose focus is on the probabilities in life and those who dare to focus on the possibilities. The possibility group is always focused on what can be possible while the probability group denies the existence of anything they cannot see, touch or test. For many in the latter group extraordinary events, even miracles are often pooh poohed and mocked. Impossible, they say! And for them it may be. Continue reading “If Only You Believe – Why It Matters By Alexa Keating”
“The map is not the territory” is a famous quote, but I would like to put a new spin on it in this article: The map inside of you counts more than the map outside of you on paper or computer Global Positioning System (GPS). When I think of reality in this way, I take nothing for granted. Indeed, reality comes down to our inner understanding, outer understanding is just an effect. Inner understanding is the biggest cause and reality of all. Continue reading “The Reality That Does Always Count, No Matter What We Do By Joshua Clayton”