Everyone believes they are guided by reason. It doesn’t matter if you have deeply held religious beliefs or none at all. Funny thing. Everyone has unexpected common ground in the most unexpected place.
This is a visual aid showing the nine elements that make up a well-rounded spiritual practice. Not coincidently, these elements are also the foundation of a well-balanced health and wellness program. So, spiritual practice and wellness go hand-in-hand.
“The mind needs exercise as much as the body.” — John Morgan
There are three windows that we must find on the journey; three apertures which allow light and energy in and out.
Is there any fact that would change your mind regarding the paranormal? Is there anything you can do to lessen the fear of the unknown?
Here’s what we’ve discovered. There is an inverse relationship between critical thinking abilities and the magnitude of extremist religious beliefs. Scary isn’t it. Find out how you can minimize the effects of religious extremism.
Is “Intuition” the opposite of “Logical Reasoning”? Or, is the relationship something else?
“There is no answer greater than the right question. So, if you are offended by questions about your view of spiritual reality. It’s time to ask yourself some questions start with “why does this offend me?”— Guru Tua
Learning to spot a logical fallacy is an indispensable skill. Fallacies are failures in reasoning which render an argument invalid or false. Learn how you can enhance your critical thinking by spotting logical fallacies.
These simple logical axioms will help you distinguish fact from fiction. All you need is common sense. No need for sophisticated mathematics philosophy.