We’re all users of feel-good stimuli. Whether it be the more obvious choice of alcohol, tobacco, marijuana or drugs — or the less thought about feel-good kick we get from sugar, chocolate or caffeine. Either way, when we indulge, our brain rewards us with a dose of feel-good chemicals that keeps us coming back for more.
Many suffer from addiction, but we’re all addicts when it comes to our pleasure reward system. Just pleasure-seeking junkies — Constantly in pursuit of our next feel-good High! Continue reading “Our Inherent Addiction To Pleasure”
I had a particularly goofy dream last night, as most dreams tend to be. In this one I was in a dark misty back alley somewhere, when an older English looking chap dressed in a long trench coat complete with tails, a top hat and a silver tipped cane approached me. Now this can’t be good? Continue reading “Why Do We Dream?”
In reality, there is no color, no sound, no smells in the outside world as our brain tells us there are! These are entirely creations made in our brain. A brain that interprets the outside world and then constructs a plausible story (we can understand) before transferring it to our mind. It’s not reality! It’s our brain’s version of reality! Continue reading “Beliefs and Perception: Why we Live in Different Realities”