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Mind, Behavior & Personal Development Research – Day 355

 

Every day there is new research and there are latest studies being published online, related to to areas of mind, brain, thoughts, behavior, personal development research and similar.

This page will give you links to the interesting ones that I find in my travels around the internet.

Please do not take the research or news items as true and factual. Very often in research it can be the observer or recorder of the events who wishes for something to be true and therefore colors the material with bias.

I will do my best to filter such material, however sometimes I will include links to content about our human mind, brain, thoughts, behavior, personal development, that is simply very interesting reading.

It will be up to you to discern whether you want to take it on board as truth or theory. Yet many widely believed theories can have a wonderful effect on our outlook on life that does no harm at all.

Reality is made by agreement. Agreement is created when two or more similar or identical images are projected and fused. The more similar or identical images that are fused from more sources, the more solid the agreement and the more real the reality. Reality is not truth. The more solid the reality, the more untruth it contains. -Alan C. Walter, from “Gods in Disguise”

Albert Einstein once commented that the most fundamental question we can ever ask ourselves is whether or not the universe we live in is friendly or hostile. He hypothesized that your answer to that question would determine your destiny. -Harald Anderson, from “Reinventing Failure: Designing Success”

And certainly we should take care not to make the intellect our god; it has, of course, powerful muscles, but no personality. It cannot lead, it can only serve; and it is not fastidious in its choice of a leader. -Albert Einstein


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