The Intra-past

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You come from what you were part of even before your birth. Each of us is one specific human-type cell of the whole cosmic energy body. It’s impossible that you are not of your origin. If you got this, you’ve established the foundations of intra-past awareness. Continue reading

The difference between Awareness Intelligence and Emotional Intelligence

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Without a more complete socio-temporal scope, people across different realities of societies, cultures, and eras are continuing to insist on which would be the most likely illusion of their places and times. Continue reading

Developing (Cultural) Empathy

Empathic concern •Empathic concern goes beyond simply understanding others and sharing their feelings; it actually moves us to take action, to help however we can (https://www.inc.com) Positive Empathy (and the avoidance of antipathy) can be taught! •The main roadblock to be removed is the distraction from paying attention. Motivate yourself to be more empathetic by knowing how important empathy is to personal (private and career) and collective well-being! Emotional hypersensitivity •Emotional … Continue reading

Developing Cultural Empathy: Perspective Taking

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This article reflects on example biases that could impact one’s intercultural behavior and decision making and how the role of the media is shaping ideas about cultures. Finally, specifics of the European culture are analyzed as relevant for global talent management issues. Culture is an unconsciously learned way of thinking and living of a particular group of people that reinforces that worldview through its in-group similarity [1]. To change ‘cultural … Continue reading

Egocentrism: Who can take whose empathic perspective?

Egocentrism occurs as part of preschoolers’ development in the so-called pre-operational stage and means the inability of a child to differentiate between its own and other people’s thoughts [1]. In other words, children would not realize the suffering of others as such at all [2]. This poses a quite depressive outlook and may not correspond to own experience and observations. Aren’t there more empathy-promising possibilities than such a radical and … Continue reading