Mindblown: a blog about philosophy.

  • A framework to understand emotions in 60 seconds and change them.

    I just LOVE frameworks, models, and processes for change! One of my favorites is the Scale of Human Conscious by renowned psychiatrist Dr. David R. Hawkins, in his book Power vs. Force. Hawkins wondered if maybe, emotions aren’t just “good” or “bad” as we think, but they are connected together, literally. He came up with […]

  • Fats & Junk Food Kill Your Ability to be Happy

    Do you know people that just cannot kick their habit for fatty foods, simple sugars, or junk food? Maybe they’re just overweight, or headed for obesity, even diabetes, but they just cannot stop killing their happiness with every bite they take. For example: Chris Farley By Source, Fair use, Link Here was a man that […]

  • Stop the lie: No such thing as ‘fat but fit’, major study finds

    Stop the lie: No such thing as ‘fat but fit’, major study finds

    A new study, from the University of Birmingham, involved 3.5 million people, approximately 61,000 of whom developed coronary heart disease. Medical records from 1995 to 2015 were reviewed and everyone should be talking about the results: The study found that those obese individuals who appeared healthy in fact had a 50% higher risk of coronary heart […]

  • “Always remember: Your focus determines your reality.” ~Jedi Master

    “Always remember: Your focus determines your reality.” ~Jedi Master

    In honor to the new Star Wars movie soon to be released, here’s an amazing reminder from one of the greatest Jedi masters, next to Yoda: The teacher of Anakin Skywalker himself, Master Qui Gon. (Who sure looks like the teacher of Batman). Psychology researchers have now demonstrated scientifically that the human mind has a Negativity Bias […]

  • Embrace Mental Health Awareness Week #IAmStigmaFree

    In 1990, Congress designated the first week in October every year as “National Mental Health Awareness Week.” It seems each day we hear of someone that has a cold or flu, an injury, or maybe something worse, and we have so much compassion for them. As we say, “If you don’t have your health, you don’t […]

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