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Mindful Photography: A Simple and Fun Exercise That Boosts Well-Being

Mindful Photography: A Simple and Fun Exercise That Boosts Well-Being | Let us learn together... | Scoop.it
New positive psychology exercise helps remind you of meaning and value in your life.

Via The BioSync Team
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Sheila Shuster's curator insight, August 1, 2013 3:52 PM

Ordinary things, when caught on film, can make us stop and think.

Joanna Boj's comment, August 13, 2013 3:02 PM
It's an interesting approach. Personally I had times in my life when I had to quit photography, because I felt it made me detach from the moment - I was more concentrated on "taking a good photo" than on what I saw. Like in this joke: - Where did you go on holidays? - I don't know, haven't seen my photos yet.
God Is.'s comment, August 13, 2013 3:30 PM
I can see what you are saying @Joanna.. Makes a lot of sense...LOL
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57 Behavioral Biases That Make Us Think Irrationally

57 Behavioral Biases That Make Us Think Irrationally | Let us learn together... | Scoop.it

We all view the world through different lenses. This has to do with our upbringing, our collective experiences, and our subconscious behavioral biases. 

Until we take a deep look into why we see the world the way we do, we'll never have the capacity for real change. 

Inherent biases cause us to make snap judgments based on bad information, to be unfair and to waste time. This is clearly problematic for investors, managers and people in general.

We've collected a long list of cognitive biases from the Singularity Institute, Tim Richard's Psy-Fi Blog and more, to bring these biases to light so we can disrupt our thinking and come to terms with reality. 



Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/behavioral-biases-2012-12?op=1#ixzz2UQ1FQvDA

Via Alessandro Cerboni, Philippe Vallat
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Interesting... I just finished taking a class on REBT (rational emotive behavior therapy).. In it, one of the things that Dr. Albert Ellis covers is the fact that we have irrational beliefs, which cause a lot of interference on the way we act, think and feel about life and living... To keep it simple, these irrational beliefs can be disputed, and in their place, we can then change the way we believe so we change those beliefs into rational ones...

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Emre Erdogan's curator insight, May 27, 2013 6:00 PM

Ways of being irrational...