You really must take some time, perhaps not here on Sunday night, but take the time soon to listen to this outstanding interview with Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson – boy from Brooklyn with a mind beyond the stars. No this isn’t Mike Tyson, this Tyson dances in a different ring – in the deliberate, informed process of changing thinking on a universal scale.
Most of the mistakes in thinking are
inadequacies of perception rather than
mistakes of logic. ~ Edward de Bono
Watch how Neil both entertains us, then moves on to tell us deep truths about human behavior and perceptions vs dogma. Perceptions rule. Dogma and logic help, but they pale in the face of Reality.
Yes, dear reader, you and I are on the same path with our good friend Neil. Listen here to the remarkably entertaining interview with Brian Rose, a very sharp London Real [It’s About The Journey] host as they discuss understanding these many levels of new Realities. ADHD is the opportunity we share in evolving mind science to identify and correct what doesn’t work with dogma – and how new perceptions dramatically change mind assessment and mind treatment objectives… even beyond the low hanging fruit of ADHD. Details matter.
There are so many forces that deny a scientific truth because it conflicts with their ideology. ~ Neil deGrasse Tyson
The act of finding out is the lesson, not the lesson itself. ~ Neil deGrasse Tyson
The Cosmos is anything on the frontier of knowledge of how the world works. ~ Neil deGrasse Tyson
Knowing how to think empowers you far beyond those who know only what to think. ~ Neil deGrasse Tyson
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Also, if you appreciate the quote above by Edward de Bono you will love how his thinking runs parallel to Neil’s in this video series collected here at CorePsych: de Bono Wisdom.
Dr Charles Parker
Author: New ADHD Medication Rules – Brain Science & Common Sense
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