6 excellent Tools of the Mind
6 excellent Tools of the Mind
In grade school, we are taught to caress life straight through the five senses; hear, touch, see, smell, taste. By encouraging us as young students to found our intelligence from theses senses, we come to learn how to let the outer world control our inner world, allowing the experiences of our five senses to determine the outcome of our daily lives.
I am here to propose that although our senses are vital to us living a full life, there is much value in developing the six noteworthy tools of the mind; perception, will, memory, imagination, surmise and intuition. Just a mere limited each day spent in exercising each one of these senses can keep you on the edge of increase and able to learn from your daily experiences. Of course, I will encourage you to gift yourself more than 6 minutes each day for your personal growth, but those minimal six minutes will create an occasion of your intelligence to allow for increase and change, to create new habits from which a life of meaning and joy can be derived.
Exercising the mind, developing our intuitive and involving ourselves to spend time in questioning our ingrained, uncostly beliefs is a way to keep our lives involving and meaningful. We become what we think. We can direct the outcome of our lives by focusing and developing our imagination, following our intuition, ask our thinking and using our will to direct our actions.
Perception: the act or faculty of apprehending by means of the senses or of the mind, cognition, understanding; a particular unified awareness derived from sensory processes while a stimulus is present.
Will: the faculty of conscious and especially of deliberate action; the power of control the mind has over its actions; the free time of will.
Memory: the thinking capacity or faculty of retaining and reviving facts, events, impressions, or of recalling or recognizing former experiences.
Imagination: the faculty of imagining, or of forming thinking images or concepts of what is not honestly gift to the senses. The potential to face and determine difficulties, resourcefulness.
Reason: a basis or cause, as for some belief, action, fact, event; the thinking powers concerned with forming conclusions; the faculty or power of acquiring intellectual knowledge, either by direct comprehension of first principles or by argument.
Intuition: direct perception of truth,, fact, etc., independent of any thinking process; immediate apprehension; pure, untaught, non-inferential knowledge.
Our ever changing global cheaper is forcing us to think differently, and to create new opportunities for ourselves. Spending time each day on yourself, which the old paradigm carefully to be selfish and a waste of time, will offer you the potential to begin to think face of original thinking and found new ways to bring fulfillment not only to yourself but to the others who you share your days with. Man who is expensed up with new ideas and concepts is involving to be around! A fully advanced imagination that is allowed to pursue its depths can lead to new careers, new products, new lives. It is the pavement on the path of contentment and purpose. A strong will is the foundation where determination, accountability, and activity take a dream into reality. Intuition is the potential to know when to make a move, to effect a hunch, to contemplate a notion that becomes a solid basis for reality. Memory serves at a crossroad, to effect a path when success or failure can shine its light and be the guide for selecting the accepted way. Perception and surmise lend themselves to the processes by stimulating questions and the following of ones own truth.
Leadership is not honestly an choice any longer, we must choose to lead and mold our own lives, to perceive the happiness we were intended to have.