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Life is no brief candle to me. It is a sort of splendid torch which I have hold for the moment, and I want to make is burn as brightly as possible before handing it on to future generations. ~ George Bernard Shaw


Calibration implies the continuous making a series of finer adjustments to let things run, operate or function smoothly once again. Thus, a deliberate and focused effort to ensure that “our instruments” (i.e. the different components of our bio-computer) are running and operating at their optimal best and are most trust worthy to sustain a healthy psyche equilibrium and healthy energy balance.

The incompatibility between two cognition’sFor example: Our levels of awareness, which can manifest as any element of knowledge, attitude, emotion or behaviour combination. results in an uncomfortable tension that stems from holding two conflicting thoughtsResulting from changes taking place that conflict with our current believes, that …may or may not… be intensified by future shock. at the same time. This conflicting thoughts initiate cognitive dissonance… that often develops into stress, which may gradually turn into constant feelings of fear, frustration, depressed emotions and anxiety. When it isn't efficiently calibrated in a proactive manner, it gradually develops into, establish and firmly sustain an active Newton's Cradle trap.

The process or procedure of calibration states that contradicting cognition’s serve as an initial igniting force that compel our minds to acquire additional knowledge, inventSeeking for and exploring other possible relations, patterns and alternatives. new thoughts and to tweak, adapt, modify or change our structure of reference, perspectives, views and ideas about the world around us accordingly, as to reduce the amount of dissonance between these conflicting cognition’s.

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