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This is a source for deep thinkers, lifelong learners and truth seekers.

Here you will find thought-provoking and informative content to give you inspiration, food for thought and new ideas on how to uncover your inner potential. Our purpose is to help you expand your knowledge and consciousness, discover yourself and become a better person.

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5 Traits of a Complex Person (and What It Really Means to Be One)

By | April 18th, 2018|

“Everybody's a complex person. Everybody. Everybody's nuanced.” Jack Abramoff I tend to believe this. Human beings are, by nature, extremely complex. We have the ability to think ahead, to dream, to love and to mourn the loss of loved ones. But this is in comparison to animals. What does it mean to be a complex person? There are some people that like the simple life. They have a 9 to 5 job, a partner, and [...]

The Vicious Cycle of Emotional Manipulation and How to Break the Pattern

By | April 17th, 2018|

The worst part of emotional manipulation is not feeling and going through this struggle. No, the most horrible part of enduring this abuse is repeating it with others. I’m going to be honest with you, I have endured emotional manipulation since as far back as I can remember. No, there is no defined point in my life that I remember the start of this abuse. I just look back and see the characteristics in many [...]

4 Stages of Sleep and What Happens to the Brain and the Body during Each

By | April 17th, 2018|

What happens to the brain during the different stages of sleep? The answer to this question will take you closer to understanding how the amazing brains of humans work. Sleep is boring, right? Well, yes and no. On the one hand, you close your eyes, everything goes black and then a few hours later, you wake. If you’re lucky, you might be able to recall a snippet or two of a dream in which you [...]

What Is Socratic Questioning and How to Use It for Self-Analysis and Problem-Solving

By | April 16th, 2018|

Socratic questioning can help you reach a different conclusion to the questions you were asking. This can be useful when dealing with problems and insecurities. Aside from Plato, Socrates is one of the most famous Greek philosophers and is regarded as one of the wisest people ever to have lived. Socrates used an educational process which sought to discover the answers to questions by allowing his students to examine ideas more closely and evaluate the [...]

8 Stephen Hawking Quotes about Life, Humanity and the World

By | April 15th, 2018|

While Stephen Hawking's death on the 14 March 2018 saddened the whole world, his life has been an inspiration in so many ways. The following Stephen Hawking quotes sum up his attitudes to science, life, the universe, relationships and living with a disability. Before we present our list of inspirational Stephen Hawking quotes, let's talk about this great man's life first. At the age of 21, Stephen Hawking was diagnosed with motor neuron disease. Doctors predicted [...]

What Is Cognitive Learning and How It Can Help You Use More of Your Brain

By | April 15th, 2018|

Cognitive learning might not sound like a useful phrase. Cognition, after all, means ‘to acquire knowledge through thought, experience and the senses’. And as that is pretty much is what ‘learning’ means (what other ways are there to learn?), at first blush, it sounds like I’m just repeating myself. Fortunately, the idea of cognitive learning is a bit more interesting than me writing how we should ‘completely eliminate’ racism or how I ‘crept softly’ [...]

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