156: The 6 Best Ways to Think For Yourself

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During the holidays and all year round you are being told to buy something, to think a certain way.  Most of your life you will be coerced to think in ways that go against what you believe.  You maybe tempted to go along with the crowd but that will not always serve you.  What will serve you is to think for yourself, to feel what resonates best with what your higher self is telling you.  Today I talk about the six best ways to do that.

Quote of the Day

"I am ashamed to think how easily we capitulate to badges and names, to large societies and dead institutions." - Ralph Waldo Emerson

"My life is not an apology but a life.  It is for itself and not a spectacle, so it be genuine and equal, than that should be glittering and unsteady" - Ralph Waldo Emerson

Topics Discussed

  • How asking questions leads to truth
  • How to look for exceptions to arrive at the truth
  • Why people who want you to believe something are selfish
  • Why people don't like to be challenged
  • The tools available for discovering truth
  • Why commonalities are useful in researching
  • How challenging your beliefs helps you think for yourself more fully
  • The role of humility in thinking for yourself
  • When to speak up

Question of the Day

What is one thing you used to believe but don't anymore?  Why?

Action of the Day

Find the authors of these two quotes

"Walk softly and carry a big stick"

"Elementary, my dear Watson"

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