Exploring cognitive empowerment

Cognition gives us the ability to make choices, decisions, to recognize, to build new axioms and conclusions about ourselves, about the way the world works. Cognition is therefore a powerful tool for our evolution. What then are the possibilities that empowerment at a ‘cognitive level’ offers us?

Cognition gives us the ability to make choices, decisions, to recognize, to build new axioms and conclusions about ourselves, about the way the world works. Cognition is therefore a powerful tool for our evolution.

In this talk, Srinivas explores how ‘cognition’ enables or disables us; and what does it mean to be empowered or disempowered at a cognitive level.

 

(An exploratory discussion with the team at Illumine, Mumbai, February 2015)

From why to why-not – building a new future by changing our stance

What stops us from accepting change and new ways of doing and thinking? What creates so much resistance to anything new? One simple answer to this question may lie in our stance of life. This Little Book proposes a shift from ‘Why’ to ‘Why Not’ in our stance to life.