Blog Posts - Perceptions



10 Mistakes People Make with Perceptions (plus 1 bonus)

Lightning fast read meant to make you think... 10 Mistakes People Make with Perceptions (plus 1 bonus): 1. Think theirs is without flaw.2. Think somebody else's is without flaw (e.g. a parent's, a peer's, etc).3. Overlook how easy it is to manipulate...
by Sugar Pine Realty/GMAC on May 23, 2016

Disillusioned

Have you ever been disillusioned? What I mean is… have you ever allowed yourself to be fooled by something or someone and then later realized that you were deceived? Take for instance this photo below. I took this the other … Continue reading...
by Putting My Feet in the Dirt on Feb 3, 2016

Perceptions

Recently I asked my students to list what they felt they found 'odd' about foreigners to help them explore differences between people and cultures and also what they felt foreigners would find 'odd' about them.Here are some of the findings.Indonesian...
by Jakarta News on Jan 15, 2016

Expanding Our Lens of Perception

by DL Zeta Our Lens of Perception determines the Nature and Quality of our Experience. The nature and quality of our life experiences are directly related to our levels of seeing. Everything is here and has always been here. We are only limited...
by Global Family 1ღ on Dec 4, 2015

DOUBLE VISION in the ER - DO THEY SEE WHAT I SEE?

My friend and colleague Vickie Cammack and I are co-writing a book of reflections on caregiving.  Vickie and I would love to know your thoughts about our work so far!  This is the first instalment by Vickie from a section we're wo...

Book Review: attractive unattractive americans

American travelers trying to pass themselves off as Canadians is a old story. I’ve seen them with Canadian flags sewn onto their backpacks – but I haven’t heard them going so far as to claim to be from Moose Jaw… The post Book Re...

Letter to my Younger Self

by Charles Eisenstein - Dear self. Your secret, lonely knowledge is true. Despite all you have been told, the world that has been offered to you as normal is anything but normal. It is a pale semblance of the intimacy, connection, authenticity, c...
by Global Family 1ღ on Aug 16, 2015

Philosophy Wire: A matter of perspective. Simply interesting? Or fundamental?

Philosophy Wire by Spiros Kakos [2015-07-27]:Look at a circle. And think: Does this circle exist?See it from very close and it looks like a straight line.See it from very far away and it looks like a single point.An interesting observation one might...
by Harmonia Philosophica on Jul 26, 2015

Questioning Consciousness

by Brendan D. Murphy - Etymologically, the word consciousness derives from the words scire (to know) and cum or con (with). Consciousness is “to know with.” So if you, the persona, cognize (to know or be aware of), who are you cognizin...
by Global Family 1ღ on Jun 30, 2015

Fink Cards Provide Support for Parents

Once in a while, someone comes up with an idea that is supremely unique, fantastic in its simplicity and 100 fold more powerful than anything that has gone before it. Lisa Warner had such an idea. Read more...
by Honest Mum on Mar 29, 2015

The Awakening Of Intuition

by Julie Redstone -  Listening Within: We live at a time when the capacity to hear God’s voice speaking within heart and mind has become greater, due to the intensification of light within the physical plane. As a result, even for those who...
by Global Family 1ღ on Mar 6, 2015

Green

This is green.
by Harmonia Philosophica on Feb 21, 2015

Changing perception. [Crazy]

Things change. Many people are afraid of change. But if you think it is something you may count on, then it …Continue reading →...
by Harmonia Philosophica on Jan 29, 2015

Down the Rabbit Hole

by Judith Pennington - In Lewis Carroll’s famous book, Alice in Wonderland, the little girl, Alice, falls asleep and awakens in a new world where she experiences different states of consciousness and bizarre and heroic characters that show her wh...
by Global Family 1ღ on Jan 26, 2015

Higher Perspective of Conscious Awareness

by Guy Finley - Practicing the Presence of Peace: The short “truth tale” that follows is intended to help us learn two very simple, yet crucial spiritual lessons in letting go. Read it carefully. Within its story is hidden the secret place whe...
by Global Family 1ღ on Jan 15, 2015

The Principle of Perception

by Julia Fairchild - Everything is energy.  Energy is only energy, until perception is placed upon it. For instance, two women could each experience sexual relations with the same man. Every caress, every word, every aspect of the encounter...
by Global Family 1ღ on Jan 8, 2015

Creating Your Healthy Reality

by Chris W. E. Johnson -  The phrase you create your own "reality" is one that many in the so-called “New Age” fraternity seem to express these days. What does it mean? And surely it doesn’t apply to unpleasant stuff like ill-health? THE NA...
by Global Family 1ღ on Jan 2, 2015

Journey of Love

Love is......when you miss himin his absencewhich makes you restlesswhich disturbs your peace of mindwhen he is not aroundSometimes, you feel insecureYou have no reasonyou look lostyou start liking waitingbut when it approachesyou lose calmYou can no...
by Pratibha The Talent on Dec 29, 2014

Human culture. Ape’s culture. Human stupidity.

The ability to build up knowledge over generations, called cumulative culture, has given humankind language and technology. While it was …Continue reading →...
by Harmonia Philosophica on Dec 17, 2014

Sensory Perceptions

by Marlene Buffa -  Rich with sensory perception, our human experience allows us to take in and assimilate the world around us. Unlike the rainbow portraying the very basics of color schematics, the real world vibrates with a truly unlimited spect...
by Global Family 1ღ on Dec 12, 2014


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