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Intellectual Wellbeing…

The intellectual dimension of wellbeing involves embracing creativity and mental stimulation Intellectual wellbeing is having a curiosity and strong desire to learn. It is valuing many experiences, staying stimulated with new ideas, and sharing. It is responding to challenges and…

How To Change your Brain’s Default Mode

Someone wiser than me said that “taking on the practice of meditation is not so much adding something to your life, but rather removing things, obstacles to you awareness.” This is definitely in line with the point of the video….

Mastering Logical Fallacies

Presented by Bo Bennett, PhD This is a crash course, meant to catapult you into a world where you start to see things how they really are, not how you think they are. The focus of this course is on…

Why Self-mastery Involves Copying Others

Why is it important to copy the ideas, work, and methods of other people? What’s the difference between imitation and innovation? What is the ideal master-apprentice relationship and why are they necessary? Today’s “practical wisdom” post is a master-student comparison…

4 Mental Domains You Need to Develop Daily

What does it mean to master your mind? What is the full extent to which you can consciously influence the development and expression of your mind? If there was a universal benchmark for mental mastery, what would it be? I believe there…

Gather Mind Acuity From The Intellect Tree

Words by Ben Greenfield The Intellect Tree (Celastrus paniculatus) is a woody climbing shrub that grows throughout India at elevations up to 5,900 ft (1,800 m). Celastrus paniculatus, also known as Jyotishmati and “intellect tree”, is widely used in traditional…

How to fine-tune your mindset

Identify your counter-mindsets Mindsets are formed through prior experiences and emotional milestones, and the mindsets that aren’t producing the results you want are called counter-mindsets. Some examples of these are self-doubt, limiting beliefs, and any other negative thoughts that get…