This is not philosophy, this is our life!

What Are We Missing?

   
Isn't it strange that we all think our world-views are accurate? But, everyone thinks that!... So, logically we can't all be correct! Can we?
 
Instead of living our life defending the beliefs we mistakenly think of as "ours", let's question the assumptions inherent in our concept of self. 
What if the majority of our struggles were generated by the way we project about ourselves and the world we live in? What if our endless quest for truth was actually the starting point of all our problems?

Investigate with us why and how we manipulate ourselves and are actually gambling with our psyche, from an individual perspective as well as a society.
 
   

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The EOF Project is a self-analysis and study into why the human species is so cognitively challenged when it comes to rationality. We combine the understanding of Critical Thinking, Logical Fallacies, Metacognition, Memetics, and 'The Dunning Kruger Effect' as an aim to prevent and decrease our so common gullible and ideological
thinking.    

Here we explore the mechanics of our psyche to see our mind games for what they are and to help us think about the way we think. We nurture rational thinking over the numerous unquestioned world views we often use to hide uncomfortable 'truths' and facts. It's not what to think but how to think.
 
In order to understand our conditioning, it is crucial to decode our thoughts, emotions and their relationship to our memory, which stores our translations of the past.
 We must see the vital role our mind plays as the 'driver' of our life. Otherwise, we find ourselves disrupted by confusion and mental tension, leaving us to feel like we are at the mercy of our minds.
 
We promote the understanding that psychological evolution is not about producing convenient answers that keep us in our comfort zone. It is about comprehending, the best we can, the limitations of our biased conditioning, so we can evolve past them, thus allowing our mind and our emotions to work with us rather than against.

Think of our content as not just food for thought but food for understanding thought itself. We aim to provide the proper sustenance that is so badly needed nowadays, a refreshing perspective on our mental wellbeing. Let's look into the mechanics of the mind, to comprehend  conditioning as it relates to irrational fears.
 
- Jessica Schab, Co-Founder
 
We consider our approach something akin to a dialogic, in which we work through a series of inquiries to reconcile all the parts of the mind that appear to be at odds with one another. If we remain unaware of the psychological conflicts festering within our mind, we mistakenly tend to externalize the problem, seeking to impose controls on our ‘outer’ world. Why, after all this time, don’t we understand the psychological blocks that hold us back? We invite you to consider these questions with us, block by block.
 
If we can understand the mental and emotional mystifications that alienate us from reason in our daily lives, the frustrating mechanisms will no longer distract us. That is, our thoughts won't eat at our intelligence any more. The dullness and suffering of the unthinking mind diminishes, clearing the way for our natural, self-sufficient perception. 
To the  skeptics  we wish to ask:
 
As a skeptical thinker, are you also skeptical about your own inward processes of thinking? For example, do you question your own values, emotions, memories, and ideals? You see, this inquiry is important because not doing so inevitably brings about biases that distort your vision and may compromise your ability to reason.

What if your mind was actually under the control of your cultural conditionings, caught in undetected contradictions that bring about mental discomfort? 
    
Psychologically speaking, we know that we struggle, but the real question is, are we interested in changing? If the answer is “yes”, then why don't we change?
 
Is it because of laziness, wishful thinking, a need to cling to a lifestyle, a belief, a dogma? Perhaps it's a fidelity to family views? Or is it that we simply do not know how to change? 
 
What are we missing as an individual and as a species? As we struggle with problems inherited from history? What is at the root of this psychological insufficiency?

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Orientations

'Understand Your Mind' Coaching

EOF Online Course

 
   We provide one-on-one or group coaching
   sessions, pivoted on promoting deep self-
   analysis about how we think, to decrease
   psychological blocks and our tendency
   towards cognitive dissonance.

   The aim is NOT to add new techniques,
   superimpose new solutions on the persona; 
   rather it is to understand and dismantle 
   accumulated layers of conditioning.


   Do we need all those layers?
   Are they really helping?
 
   To find out more about our coaching offer click 
   here .
 
   Our "Orientations" consist of books, articles,  
   aphorisms, and essays. The content, the
   life blood of our project, offers a daily 'gym'
   for the mind.
 
   The purpose is to achieve a comprehensive
   understanding of the many 'psychological
   traps' and conditionings within the mind.
   This has to be attained without relying on
   or adding any new beliefs, ideals, mindsets
   nor methods to the initial confusion.
To many, this would sound impossible.
   Let us show you how and why it's not!
 
   To find out more about our "Orientations"
   click  here .