In 1889 Prentice Mulford wrote “Thoughts Are Things“. A classic book on the subject of power of the mind. But what’s behind thought, where are our thoughts and what produces the initial impulse to think? Not many people take the time to analyse their thoughts let alone seek to find out where they come from. The mind […]
This is a demonstration of The Mirror Effect and can be seen clearly where both observers have a differing evaluation of the subject. You see a nice person, someone who is kind and friendly. Your friend sees someone who is deceitful and unsubstantial. Why is that? The person you both refer to is the same person for both of you, so why do you both see someone different?