Trusting in ourselves, and in fate — Sick With Success

Tim’s premise is that we have two parts, Self One, which we would roughly consider our ego or conscious mind, and Self Two which houses the innate learning ability we are born with. In many circumstances the key to learning is to minimize the interference of our analytic side and to enjoy, observe and be mindful of our task- allowing our innate learning side to operate.

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