If we want to grow, we need to open the 4 windows of self awareness which govern the bandwidth of awareness. The trick is opening them in the right order. Do you know what they are and how to open them?
Most people want to know the truth, but think they are too smart to fall for propaganda. This isn’t true. Everyone susceptible to cultural programming. The spiritual axiom is a tool to help you avoid these traps.
Are you drawn to the paranormal and supernatural but also fear it? Do you have mixed feelings loving and fearing the unknown? What’s it all about? When we Understand how this works helps us to manage this complex relationship of feelings and instincts.
Find out how to enhance your essential critical thinking skills through some simple reading activities. They can help you avoid many of the tactics used to sell harmful ideologies. You need to know this.
What is the common ground? These are the shared opinions about a subject. Finding these common interests makes it possible to discuss other topics with less friction. If you learn how to do this, then you can influence others more effectively. Come and see how it can be done.
“True autonomy arises when we have broken free of all the old structures, all psychological dependencies, and all fear.” — Adyashanti
What is the mind blind mode and what causes it? It’s when blindness is in the mind, not the eyes. So, the eyes are useless if the mind is blind. Find out, so it doesn’t happen to you.
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.
The framework of spiritual exploration might seem to be an odd place for the study of logic and rational thinking. However, these mental skills are essential. Let’s look at examples of analytical thinking and illogical thinking. The goal make better decisions by avoiding common pitfalls and errors.
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?