The power of curiosity

Being curious can enhance our lives. In Issue 17 you can read about some reasons why, plus eight ways how to do so. Below, we share two tips. 

Keep wondering about yourself
If you’re not feeling so good about yourself, it’s important to examine why. “If something is bothering you or your thoughts are agitated, try to approach yourself and your mind with friendly curiosity,” says American psychologist Ruth Baer. Don’t suppress or ignore the turmoil in your head, but open yourself up to it without judging what you notice. Greet your feelings kindly, like honored guests.” That’s how you can keep developing yourself.

Keep observing
Approach “boring” situations in a different way: As you stand in line at the checkout in the supermarket, instead of catching up on Facebook, study the labels of your groceries. Or observe what other people in the line are doing. In short, look carefully at what you would normally not notice.

  • You can read more about The Power of Curiosity in Issue 17.

Text Chris Muyres Photography Felix Hux/Stocky United Pixel Stories/ Stocky United

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