The Truth About What We See

Does optimism alter our perceptions?

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Optimism doesn’t require us to bend our view of reality or put ourselves through illusions in order to ignore how things really are and come up with our own explanation. We instead must have the strength to see ourselves through hard times and remain hopeful that everything will be fine. You can see things exactly as they are and still be optimistic, as…

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Exploring the world of lucid dreaming, theories without proof, and applied philosophy.

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Aimee Sparrow

Aimee Sparrow

An explorer of the philosophy behind psychology and what we dream to inspire peace and solace from suffering. aimee.sparrowling@gmail.com

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