Absolute Zero.

…Cold, light and brittle temperatures. You awake to the azure skies and experience the reality of your environment – absolute zero. You enjoy the cold at times, and maybe not at others. Once bundled up, you move to explore what you came here for – a little time away from the south. The trip is…

Color.

A second-person adventure, meant to exercise the imagination. Like objective analyses, the fastest way to filter the bias is to explore it yourself. In that case, like Neo, others can only show you the door. The same can be said about most of the writing on Thoasp so far. A part of critical thinking is…

A Functional Mindset.

Not to be confused with the popularized growth mindset. Although it might be included, a mindset that provides utility and practicality is not always geared towards growth. There are ways to harbor a fixed mindset while still providing utility. How many people are willing to grow themselves while serving someone else the most financially? Methods,…

Going Somewhere with Your Life

Internal victories. Everyone has them – the victories no one knows about. The ones that remind us that we’re making progress, even when it doesn’t look like it. Have you considered the consequences of making no progress in the wake of anticipated fear and panic? Like many other situations, mindset helps make the difference in…

Vetting Information

Do you have a library of books you’ve never read before? Several people do, and if that’s you, don’t worry – I don’t know it’s you. I’m not here to call you out. I am suggesting a process to vet information, though, and it’s up to you to receive and employ it. Like all methods…

Primary Contact

Not to be confused with a Prime Mover. Primary contact can be likened to the six degrees of separation. Primary contact is the closest means to modeling any individual – by directly interacting with them. A medium such as technology and any online platforms also stand between this, making them secondary contact. You can speak,…

Pseudorobe

Pseudorobe – An artificial robe. The clothing we call robes could be considered, in actuality, pseudorobes. What would a natural robe look like anyway? Does the amount a word is questioned determine whether it’s changed to its’ truthful equivalent, as we’ve already collectively defined it? To my surprise, if you search for pseudorobe, you might…

A Sensus Plenior Reality.

Seeing a vision through creates a meta reality. One that exists in contrast to the reality that was previously accepted as real and true. Over the course of the inevitable changes there are plenty of ways to explore, sensus plenior. One means of exploring the numerous meanings of reality is mindset. Another avenue, well documented,…

Eustress, Sensus Plenior.

Applying Eustress is so rewarding that it doesn’t reach the surface right away. You can apply this for years and if others can’t see your progress, they may mistake your progress for a lack of results. Fret not, it reveals how those individuals respond to a lack of information. The less eustress we apply on…

Artful Thinking

The gateway to any action is thought. Without thought, there’s no action. With no action there can be no habit. With no action there is also no expression. No expression, no art. Or is there? Following a tenet from the Foundation for Critical Thinking, some thought tendencies gone unchecked can lead to self-delusion. There’s also…