Tag: mind

 

The Mind Games Series

I’ve been reflecting on human behaviour for quite some time – 22 years to be precise. In recent months I’ve really been troubled by what I refer to as ‘mind games’. Yes I know Eric Berne has written a book, The Games People Play. I probably read the book overRead More

Afterlife

Just listen.. or not.

Yet more tips on being popular

[Disclaimer: none of these tips are guaranteed to work. No liability is accepted for damage or loss arising from use of these tips.] After my first round of tips on being popular – How to be popular – Twenty core  tips – some further tips came to mind as IRead More

The dance of the molecules. What is the song?

Facing the existential vacuum is not everybody’s cup of tea (especially on a Sunday morning, when this is written). Sure – most ‘normal’ people will be in a building designed for religious believers, learning how great God is and re-confirming ‘his’ goodness and purpose. Instead, my thoughts this morning doRead More

Assumptions

I’m briefly addressing something that’s happening in the minds of others – that hasn’t been communicated to me. How do I know it’s happening? Ahhh.. human nature and the failure of logic predicts what they’ll be thinking. You see people use their own experiences as yardsticks to estimate the world.Read More

Tamasic

Word of the day: ‘tamasic’. I’ve been judged by an intelligent individual (who will remain nameless – and no it’s not a mental patient) as being involved wholly or in part in “tamasic” qualities. This is taken as intended to mean any one or all of the following: I’m aRead More

The effort of thought

It’s no secret that I’ve been working on an analysis of how minds decide things and take their respective paths. Well, I can tell you right now that reading this will be painful for some. I mean let’s get real, who the hell has any time or effort to thinkRead More

When you’re right

I must thank my colleagues on Facebook and other electronic forums for stimulating me to put together the list below. I was also driven to think and write by responses to ‘Of riots in banana republics’ on Facebook. Over the last year or so, I’ve been observing how people comeRead More

The avoidance of pain and discomfort

In conversations with several others over the last month the above theme has come up several times. I’ve been thinking about it – and have put some thoughts together here. This is not advice. It appears to me that the avoidance of immediate or impending pain and discomfort is aRead More

Is there a thing called IgQ?

I think it is stupid to pay for an email address when there are free high quality email services out there e.g. gmail, yahoo, gmx – but as I’ve said before the ‘dummy market’ is still wide open and waiting to be taken advantage of. Okay so you wanna knowRead More

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