As the foundation of your ability to see holistically, emotions are an essential ingredient of any viable notion of intelligence, not a separate notion of intelligence.
Our minds are flexible but, at the same time, we tend to get stuck. Why is it so easy to precipitate a change of thinking sometimes, and impossible at other times? It does not have
Enlightened people live close to their weakness, while those those with unflagging strength are often dull minded. Why is this? Is enlightenment a weakness and stupidity a strength?
Do you need to remember your dreams? What are they telling you? Should they change you? Can you change them? Answers from brain science, theories of mind, and therapy. Meeting in Room #1 or #2