Rewiring the Mind to Achieve Happiness

We all crave to achieve happiness, yet the biggest question remains, “Is happiness something we cultivate individually or is it a result of our environment?” Imagine your brain as a seemingly endless circuit of neural pathways. Every single time you feel angry over anything, a series of interconnected neural pathways …

A Better Way to Deal with Bad Memories

Bad memories aren’t just sources of cringe-worthy thoughts, embarrassment or mild grief. If you look at things from a different perspective, you would understand that bad memories can weaken the mind-body connection. It is the source of all our negative behaviors, limiting beliefs and plethora of invisible illnesses. In cases …

Understanding that Self-confidence is Memory Related

The relationship between memories and self-confidence is sometimes difficult to grasp. But more often than not, the relationship is obvious. Mastering how our mind utilizes memories can help us greatly in building self-confidence that may lead us to happiness and success. 1. Past Mistakes Creates Projected Fear We go about …

5 Cognitive Biases That Supports Your Negative Behavior

Cognitive biases are human tendencies to tap into a particular mindset that leads to some methodological deviations from the “norms” of rationality or judgement. Notice that I placed quotation marks on the word norms in the previous statement. The reason behind this is because the standards of each person is …

Some of the Many Ways Stress Distorts Our Reality

When stress and myriad life problems, coping requires us to change our perception of the subject. Nevertheless, our subconscious programming often works the other way around, instead of changing our perceptions, we cling into resistance thinking that how we see, hear, feel or remember is right. Often even disguised as …