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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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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’ [...]

8 Signs of a Hypersensitive Person (and Why It’s Not the Same as a Highly Sensitive Person)

By | April 14th, 2018|

Ever heard someone being described as a hypersensitive person or a highly sensitive one? You might think they are one and the same, but actually, the two are completely different. The best way to describe them is that hypersensitivity is an emotional state whereas high sensitivity is biological. To demonstrate what the difference between a hypersensitive person and a highly sensitive one, let’s take a hypothetical incident: A car has accidentally gently hit another car [...]

6 Things That Hide Behind Defensive Behavior and How to Deal with It

By | April 13th, 2018|

Defensive behavior can be detrimental in both personal and professional spheres. We typically perceive defensive behavior as an intentional slight or offense to us. But what we don’t realize is that we are also capable of unintentional offense. As human beings, we react to our environments and, when we feel threatened, we try to protect ourselves. So, if it is so instinctual, how can we control it? Defensive behavior usually stems from a perceived threat. But [...]

7 Side Effects of an Above Average IQ Backed by Scientific Studies

By | April 12th, 2018|

Having an above average IQ obviously has many benefits. However, there are some less positive side effects. Read on to find out the drawbacks of having a high IQ. Having an above average IQ gives you many opportunities in life. However, it doesn't guarantee success and happiness. Understanding the drawbacks of having an above average IQ can help you to overcome them. Not all of these may apply to you, however, it is worth being [...]

What Is Emotional Blackmail and 5 Personality Types That Use It

By | April 11th, 2018|

In today’s time and age, emotional blackmail has become a common behavior trait found in most people. It causes the victims to feel vulnerable and answerable to those who they are close to or those who know them well. Relationships can either enhance one’s self-esteem or break it. Someone close to you can be a threat as they know your weakness and may use emotional blackmail against you to get what they want. Ultimately, as [...]

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