“I know but one freedom and that is the freedom of the mind.”
Antoine de Saint-Exupery1
The Mind Principles are focused on our inner landscape – knowing ourselves: how we think and what we think about. The Mind, described as the “personalization of the brain”,2 provides us with our identity. The mind is constantly busy: assessing and evaluating past actions, scenarios and conversations, creating hypothetical futures and strategies, and conversations associated with those future possibilities.
Our minds can enable us to focus, recover, perform, connect and experience fulfilment and move forward. Our minds also hold ...