• Stories We Tell Ourselves; New Ideas for the New Year

    1 January 2018

    Our human brain is naturally wired to extrapolate data, categorize, and label the experiences of our life. We make judgments, with awareness or not, that we file away in the archives of a massive database in our brains, and within our cellular memory. We do this strategically as a powerful survival mechanism starting at the earliest of age.  We arrange our world and our stories about ourselves, about others, and about the world at large, and about what we can or cannot do.  We are influenced by the collective beliefs of our culture and religion.   What initially may begin as […]

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