Learning = Behavior Change

By Leo Gura - August 21, 2017 | 4 Comments

A more effective way to think about learning

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Freyah says:

Leo, I’ve just read your addendum to the video regarding ‘grasp intellectually so deeply that a behaviour change occurs without effort” ……. when examining closely, any behaviour change I’ve seen in myself like this has not been intellectual. Significant behaviour changes have come from…something more ‘visceral’. I don’t think I have learned anything intellectually that has made a definatel, permanent change .Yikes! The intellectual things have all required effort, and ‘gone against the grain’ because they are what I think I should from my intellectual learning…. and I’m kind of in the process of dropping these things it seems.. Do you think it is more the intellectualising after the internal shift that makes you thinking has been a choice or conscious change?

Brian says:

At some level in existence, our intensions and desires are just as material as what occurs in this world of substance. Jesus once said, “But I tell you that anyone who looks at a woman lustfully has already committed adultery with her in his heart.”
It seems though, that when one teaches us, it’s not believed ….

Brian says:

… instead is has to come up from within. And so this could be a good meditation on which to examine ‘where’ something is learned.

Yagmur Kinali says:

Thank you for valuable information. I really appreciate.

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