About This Show
One of our purposes at ASCEND is to consistently challenge the beliefs of the human species to show all of you that you shouldn’t be so certain. For the world is an endlessly complex and mysterious place… The freethinker understands this. The freethinker seeks consistently to expand and refine their worldview, knowing that there is always room for more knowledge and perspective.
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Observing Our Thoughts
Topics Disscussed: Looking through the eyes of other people, Physiology of Seeing, What is it we cannot see in the world, Gratitude, Self-perception, Self Love, Dreams
This week on the Ascend podcast we bring to you our new feature on the podcast called observing our thoughts. This new feature to the podcast is really going to give you a lot of interesting insight and value. We always have new thoughts, questions, new concepts, new tools, new ideas, new philosophy's we are playing with, or toying with in our mind's so we are now going to share them all with you.
In my experience, one of the keys to personal development and ultimately self-understanding is observing your own thoughts, observing what your heart feels and what your body experiences. tapping into and developing this self-observing system is essential for mental and spiritual growth. Just as physical exercise is important to our well-being, regular self-observation practice is beneficial to our mental well-being. It is through anliziling our own thoughts that we become aware of our patterns and preoccupations. By becoming more aware of our habitual modes of thinking, feeling and behaving we are better able to direct our attention and make empowering, conscious choices. Monitoring our thought-life enhances our experience of reality. When we practice self-observation we are becoming more aware of the “thinker” behind the thought.
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Show Notes - http://ascendbodymind.com/ascend-podcast/
Rated 5 out of
Ascend- elevates others
Ascend- I really love the name of this podcast as it is action oriented and
focused on elevating others to be their best selves, as well as illustrating the difference between judgement (as in judgement of oneself and others, which is quite unnecessary) and discernment (as in fine tuning one's habits and preferences towards life affirming habits). Acknowledging individual differences in self care approaches and providing support towards that exploration is so important, and to me, reflects the resplendent variety of Nature, as not every approach works for each person.. thank you for providing this voice.
Date published: 2016-04-01
Rated 5 out of
some amazing podcast episodes, love the Matt Belair one, my favorite. Looking Forward to seeing more from this podcast. Keep up the amazing work Dan and Chris
Date published: 2015-11-04