In the first post of this series I explained the way the brain uses Concepts to regulate it's body budget and construct experience. Check it out here if you haven't read it yet, it's a prerequisite to this post. The second part in the series will teach you why this information is useful, and give… Continue reading Reframe your brain into submission | Introducing Important Concepts Part 2
Two big questions often arise on the path to flourishing, and if you haven't asked yourself these questions, well, this article wants to give you the opportunity. Start a document or write in your journal along with this article in order to engage more fully if you'd like to. What do you want? Look into… Continue reading What Do You Really Want?
As time goes on and more content appears on Flourisch, you might notice that some of it seems a bit contradictory. Well, it is. And for good reason. One of the aims of Flourisch is to provide you with new, useful and interesting tools to better understand yourself, others and the world. When you choose… Continue reading Adapt to Your World
As humans we are conditioned to become wrapped up in small and often meaningless problems throughout our lives. Our brains are thought machines that incessantly generate information from our subconscious mind. Try even for a moment to focus on a single thing for as long as possible and your mind will continue to create sounds… Continue reading Nothing Will Never Be Not Okay
In my Flourish post I briefly mentioned the way we excuse ourselves from doing difficult things, how we rationalise that next beer, or one more episode, or continuing on somebody else's pursuit of happiness. Often this is just because we haven't paused for a moment to consider what might be the best course of action… Continue reading How to Begin Engaging with Yourself