it's time for a new adventure, one where you learn about your own mind.
Often we think that we need a lot of, books, coaches, courses, how-to's, 5 step plans to understand how things work. We try to grow, become better, learn.
We try to define what we think, feel, do and based on these definitions we seek a way out, a solution.
It's always about more knowledge, ideas, concepts.
But what if everything is upside down?
What if it's not about getting more, holding on to, but about letting go. Not about going somewhere, but realising it's already here. Not about learning, but about unlearning.
The point of this project is to ask all of these questions. A simple notebook where you can figure it out for yourself.
Without courses, tips, 5 step plans but through direct experience.
Just a blank page, for you to explore what is real.
Who am I?
Have conversation with philosophers like; Alan Watts, Lao Tzu, Nietzsche and many more to eventually have the conversation with yourself. Below the answers on the question on why we should explore our own mind;
It's important because it helps me to understand my thoughts, feelings, and beliefs. It also helps me to gain insight into the world around me and my place in it. By understanding my own mind, I am better able to make decisions that are in my best interest and to live a more meaningful and fulfilling life.
I explored my own mind by turning my attention inward and observing my thoughts and feelings. I sought to understand my true nature and the nature of reality, which was the basis of my teachings.
When you dive into the depths of your own mind, you can gain a greater understanding of yourself and the world around you.
Exploring one's own mind is important because it can provide insight into our true nature, motivations, and values. By reflecting on our thoughts and feelings, we can develop greater self-awareness and can come to better understand why we make the decisions that we do. This can lead to more meaningful and fulfilling relationships with ourselves and with others.
In the end based on all your mind notes you should be able to have the conversation with yourself, like you have today with all the different philosophers.
So why should you explore your own mind?
Our goal is to create the most simple app that exist, not more, but less features.
We made it easy to reflect on all of your thoughts by creating a daily review of 10 of your mind notes. These are both new and old ideas. Ideas that are part of spaces, or need to be organised.