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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 Best Psychology Books to Help You Live the Life of Your Dreams

By | February 16th, 2018|

The human mind is a complex and wonderful thing. Have you ever wondered why you do the things you do? And have you also wondered if there is a way you could be more happy or successful? The best psychology books can teach you all this and more. Most of us are sometimes dissatisfied with our lives. Whether we have problems with relationships, success or just being happy, psychology has many answers. The following are [...]

What Is Psychological Splitting and How You May Be Using It without Even Knowing

By | February 15th, 2018|

Psychological splitting is also known as all-or-nothing or black-and-white thinking. Psychological splitting is an unconscious process whereby a person tends to view themselves and their life in extremes. Everything is either good or bad, and there are no grey areas. Typically, psychological splitting is about having polarising beliefs. This is where a person will exclusively focus on the positive or negative. The American Psychiatric Association (2000) defines splitting as: “The individual deals with emotional conflict [...]

What Is Brain Plasticity and How to Use It to Supercharge Your Brain Power

By | February 15th, 2018|

Brain plasticity or neuroplasticity is the brain’s ability to change. Moreover, you may not know that you can stimulate it to supercharge your brain power. This article will reveal the ways to do it. The brain is easily one of the most important parts of our body. In order to properly function, our brains use up the most energy, accounting for about 20% of what our bodies produce each and every day. Neuroscientists often [...]

What Is Red Herring Fallacy and How to Use It to Win Any Argument

By | February 14th, 2018|

Politicians will do anything to avoid answering a question directly. They use a multitude of avoidance tactics in their rhetoric, including red herring fallacy. But what does this term actually mean and how can we use it to master everyday conversations? Red herring fallacy occurs when someone deliberately introduces an irrelevant subject into a discussion in order to divert the other person's attention. In essence, red herring fallacy is a form of changing the topic of conversation for personal gain. [...]

You Were Raised by Narcissists If You Can Relate to These 9 Things

By | February 13th, 2018|

Most people have no clue that they were raised by narcissists. In fact, many of the traits that develop from such a childhood often get misunderstood as isolated character traits. Let’s pretend we’re traveling in time, back to the 70s, 80s or 90s. In other words, let’s visit your childhood. Think back to those faded days of running with friends and watching early morning cartoons. Now, remember your parents. Were they kind, tough, or even [...]

What Is Fluid Intelligence and 6 Science-Backed Ways to Develop It

By | February 12th, 2018|

Our fluid intelligence is more about the way we think than the knowledge stored in our brains. In the past, people thought intelligence was fixed. However, we now know that there are many things we can do to increase our intelligence. This article looks at the ways we can develop our fluid intelligence. The idea of two distinct types of intelligence was developed by the psychologist Raymond Cattal in the 1960's. He called these different [...]

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