If most of us remain ignorant of ourselves, it is because self-knowledge is painful and we prefer the pleasures of an illusion.

- Aldous Huxley



                                                                         The thought realm

Thought (definition) 

1. An idea or opinion produced by thinking or occurring suddenly in the mind.

2. The action or process of thinking.

3. The formation of opinions.

A thought is a response to a memory, which comes from knowledge and experience.

In the world of science, what do we really know about thoughts?

We know we can measure them by hooking up scanners. You can measure the frequency that is emitted when you think them; they're measurable yet there isn't anywhere specific in the brain that holds them.

Where do thoughts come from in the brain?

Early cognitive psychologists defined thought as an activity that resides in the brain: Sensory data come in from eyes and ears, fingers and funny bone, and the mind turns these signals into disembodied representations that it manipulates in what we call thinking.

 Is it possible that you project your thoughts into the external world from your beliefs, fears,  past memories, and experiences?  In these sessions, we will examine our own thoughts and how they influence our life experiences.

Click Here to Add a Title

Click this text to edit. Tell users why they should click the button.