Conventionally we assume that we have the freedom of choice over our actions, feelings, and our thoughts. But we don’t. There have been numerous enlightening discussions over underlying psychological factors for our behaviors and feelings while physiological aspects have been in shade.

There are psychological and physiological aspects of our engagement with the world and with ourselves. The portfolio of what we can think, feel, and do at any given time depends on our physiological state.

Because of that, I believe, it is important to regulate our physiological state in order to increase our freedom to choose our thoughts, emotions…

Banu Hantal

Leadership Psychologist // Executive Coach // SuperHumanist

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