Archive for May, 2007

Personal Reality – Here’s Another Way Of Looking At It

Thursday, May 31st, 2007

The beliefs that you hold, whether deliberately chosen or indoctrinated, create a model for interpreting and structuring reality. This model is sometimes called a personal reality paradigm. In Avatar, we usually just call it your viewpoint. If you want to take a very broad look at consciousness, you will discover that it consists of viewpoint […]

Trusting Your Instincts Leads You To The Right Answer

Tuesday, May 29th, 2007

A UCL (University College London) study has found that you are more likely to perform well if you do not think too hard and instead trust your instincts. The research, published online in the journal Current Biology, shows that, in some cases, instinctive snap decisions are more reliable than decisions taken using higher-level cognitive processes. […]

Call it Luck – Coincidences Are Fulfilling Your Intentions

Sunday, May 27th, 2007

A coincidence is an incident that happens with another incident. It can happen at the same time at the same place, same time but different place or same place but different time. It can even happen at a different time and different place but is related to the first event in some special way. Coincidences […]

Sleep Strengthens And Helps Complete Memory Puzzle

Friday, May 25th, 2007

Memorizing a series of facts is one thing, understanding the big picture is quite another. Now a new study demonstrates that relational memory — the ability to make logical “big picture” inferences from disparate pieces of information is dependent on taking a break from studies and learning, and even more important, getting a good […]