The inverse relationship of faith and reason is a disturbing but predictable finding. The more you rely on belief, the less you use rational thinking processes. Scary, isn’t it? Find out how you can minimize the effects of this condition.
We seek breakthroughs of insight to solve problems. We can use reason and logic to find the answer, but sometimes the answers appear because of an intuitive leap. Does intuition complement, or is it a substitute for common sense?
We ask because we want answers to spiritual questions. But if we don’t know the right questions to ask, we don’t get answers that do us any good.
We know exercising the body is good for our health and wellness. But we forget that exercising the mind is just as important. If we exercise the mind, we open the door to the secrets of the memory and the mind. We need these enhanced learning skills more than ever in our modern world.
Spotting these 10 common logical fallacies is the only way to guard against being manipulated. We have compiled a set of the most common misconceptions that destroy your reasoning abilities. Once you can spot these tactics, you won’t fall into their trap.
We want to know the truth. Most people think they are too smart to fall for propaganda. However, we are all susceptible to cultural programming. So, here are some truth-seeker “axioms” that will help you distinguish fact from fiction. They don’t require any advanced mathematics or philosophy.
Find out how enhancing analytical thinking can help you in all areas of your life. Learn why common sense and logic are essential for your journey.
Spiritual and intellectual growth requires expanding our range of perception and awareness. We need to open the three windows that govern the bandwidth of perception. Do you know what they are and how to open them?
Are you drawn to the paranormal and supernatural but also fear it? This love and fear relationship is a part of our instincts. Understanding how this works helps us to control this automatic reaction.