Human Brain and Technology

Negative Effects of Technology on the Brain, Children, Society and Relationships Sunday 03 February 2013 at 8:00 pm

Conscious Mind

Negative Effects of Technology on Children, Society and Relationships

Inspired or Lost within Technology Matrix

Negative Effects of Technology on Children, Society and Relationships left and right side of the brain

We live surrounded by an increasingly complex matrix of impulses allowing strangers of all sorts (TV, media, Internet) interfere in our mental, emotional and spiritual development.  Understanding this intricate network and how does the human brain interacts with it is becoming our door to happiness and health.

The self or the personality is a bundle of socially influenced traits that emerges and gets formed gradually.  We are shaped by our parents and neighbours, by our religion, the media, by various marketing agendas of major corporations, by our state’s politics, by the way we behave or misbehave towards our-own body, our , environment, animals and plants, and our planet Earth.  So, what would we need to do to understand the importance of a healthy body, to manage our  emotions and nurture love for our friends and family, to become aware of how we can make a positive impact on our society or the environment, or discover the purpose of life and ways to be happy?

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Power of Mind

Power of Unconscious Mind and Success Wednesday 02 January 2013 at 08:34 am

Powers of Mind

Power of Unconscious Mind and Success

Power of mind and Success: Create reality of your dreams

What we 'think' and what we 'believe' are the two main things that decide whether we will succeed or not in our projects in life. Our unconscious mind is responsible for all sorts of illusions. Our is to blame for the phenomenon of the placebo effect (a sugar pill effect). When we believe that a certain procedure or medication is effective, we increase the efficacy of that procedure or medication by 50- 60%.

Often, our behaviour is shaped by subtle pressures around us, but we do not recognize those pressures.  According to ‘Self-perception theory’ people decide on their own likes and dislikes from watching themselves behave in various situations. We assume our sense of identity from observing our own behaviour.

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Will we learn from Finland

Educational Lessons from Finland Tuesday 06 November 2012 at 08:01 am

Our Children

Will we learn from Finland?

Educational Lessons from Finland

Test oriented culture

One of the unfortunate limitations of test-oriented is that if our children pass their school tests, they are considered winners; otherwise, they are viewed as losers and this classification is engraved in their minds at a very young age.

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