Tag Archives: critical thinking

Is stress bad for your health?

The article below reminds us of our potential for reframing, reinterpreting our negative experiences. Sometimes it is worth fighting for changing situations or rebelling against what we believe to be an injustice. Other times there is nothing that can be done … Continue reading

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Stinking Thinking and Expectation Bias

“Whatever your mind believes influences you positively or negatively.” Published on November 16, 2013 by Dr. Bernard Luskin in The Media Psychology Effect “The words “stinking thinking” may sound a bit pejorative or even a little funny, but there isn’t anything funny about … Continue reading

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Try Positive Action…but why not combine it with Positive and Critical Thinking?

Acting positively may be useful, but why not do it with a realistic positive thought in our mind? The mental rehearsal of positive actions and thoughts from a hypnotic state can contribute to integrating them into our subconscious mind, allowing … Continue reading

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Critical Thinking Instead of Positive Thinking

Find out different points of view and ideas about hapinness and perfectionism: Here is an interesting article extracted from The Guardian, Friday 15th June 2012. This article stimulates us to think about our fallible condition as human beings. Once this … Continue reading

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Individual Versus Collective Thinking: the Power of the Brain

Are you interested in finding more about the functioning of the brain? Learning about our brain can help us understand why we feel and think and behave in certain ways, and what we can do if we want to change … Continue reading

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