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I like to research the internet for information about life and how we can improve this existence of ours. This is my passion, my internal drive. I found a man on the internet by the name of Darius Foroux. He is a good writer and thinker. His website is dariusforoux.com.
Here is a little synopsis of one of his articles. It is about cognitive biases. Cognitive biases are systematic thinking errors that impacts judgments and therefore decision making. There are 106 of these cognitive errors. Let's look at a few.
One of these errors is "thinking that life "happens" to you". The is called attentional bias. This bias states that our perceptions determine our actions and decisions, which make up our lives. If you have negative thoughts then you will have a negative perception of life. We can help ourselves with this error if we are interested in what we read, watch, how we communicate, Know what influences you.
Another cognitive error is, "thinking that your mind can be trusted". This error is called confirmation bias. If you believe in something, you keep looking for information, signs or other people to match your perceptions. It is difficult to find that your "not wrong". Even if we are not a scientist (who have their preconceptions also) we need to be able to examine the way we think. Be pragmatic and neutral about the way that you think.
LENS neurofeedback is a good way to start untangling the neurons to create a better perspective of life.
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Hello, my name is Dana Lee Collins M.A.,L.P.C. I am a psychotherapist that has been trained in the art of neurofeedback. This science helps to heal the brain of trauma. I am dedicated to helping people heal.