Life Coaching eBook - I Can Therefore I Will - What is your supernatural powers?( Motivational & Inspirational eBook)

Life Coaching eBook - I Can Therefore I Will - What is your supernatural powers?( Motivational & Inspirational eBook)

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Life Coaching eBook - I Can Therefore I Will - What is your supernatural powers?( Motivational & Inspirational eBook) by Study Guide

The Nature of the Human Mind
No species possesses a purpose beyond the imperatives created by genetic history...
The human mind is a device for survival and reproduction, and reason is just one of its various techniques.
- Edward O. Wilson (1929- )
On Earth, man occupies a peculiar position that sets him apart him from all
other entities in our planet. While all the other things – animate or inanimate, living or
non-living – behave according to regular patterns to balance nature, man seems to
enjoy – within definite limits – a small amount of freedom. Man controls his way of
living, speaks his own language, perceives and learns great amount of knowledge,
manages his emotions, and deals properly with problems he faces. All of which is
unique to man only. There is, in fact, within the infinite expanse of the universe a
small field in which man's conscious conduct can change the course of events.
It is this fact that causes man to distinguish between an external world subject
to unstoppable and endless necessity, and his human faculty of thinking, cognizing,
and acting. In Philosophy, mind or reason is contrasted with matter, something that is
extended in space and persists through time. Fully aware of the fact that his own body
is subject to the same forces that determine all other things and beings, man attributes
his ability to think, to will and to act to an invisible and intangible, yet powerful,
factor he calls his mind.
The mind, including the processes it carries out such as thinking, learning,
memorizing, remembering, and the likes, is one characteristic that distinguishes man
from any other being in the world. The nature of the human mind is like that of a
mirror; having different functions and features: (a) open and vast, (b) reflects in full
and precise details, (c) unbiased towards any impression, (d) distinguishes clearly, and
(e) potential for having everything already accomplished.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION

CHAPTER 1: The Nature of the Mind
Open and Vast
Reflects in Full and Precise Details
Unbiased towards any Impression
Distinguishes Clearly
Potential for Having Everything Already Accomplished

CHAPTER 2: Thoughts Generated by the Mind
Positive Thoughts
Negative Thoughts
The Clash between the Positive and Negative Thoughts

CHAPTER 3: The Mind as an Empowering Agent

Power of Positive Thinking
Power of Negative Thinking

CHAPTER 4: Training the Mind

CHAPTER 5: Mind Power Implies Will Power
I Can Look Good, Feel Good, and Be Good
I Can be Recognized
I Can Make Many Friends
I Can Find True Love
I Can Reach my Goals

CHAPTER 6: Mind Facts, Insights, and Truths
Mind Trivias
Mind Insights
Literature

SUMMARY AND CONCLUSION

Product Details

BN ID: 2940013336636
Publisher: colin
Publication date: 08/19/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 68
File size: 708 KB

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