14 Amazing Psychology Facts Everybody Needs to Know About
Here are 14 amazing psychology facts everybody needs to know about! These facts will change your perception if you believe them to.
1) Your favorite song is likely associated with an emotional event. (Subconsciously the brain uses sense memory to "itemize" and place your memories in a "vault" for later usage.
2) Music impacts your perspective. (By adding this sense and the energy omitted from the music will sub-consciously alter a decision depending on how your body reacts.)
3) The more you spend on others, the happier you are. (Or by spending time and energy on someone, essentially adding value to someone's life other than your own.)
4) Spending money on experience instead of stuff also makes you happier. (Material objects come and go but experiences are one of a kind.)
5) Kids are more high strung today than the average psych ward patient in 1950. (In other words, society has instilled the idea that working extra hours and using energy drinks among all the GMO's in food and hormone growth and fast speed distractions on the internet, parents are teaching their children less and the DNA in our bodies has changed drastically, resulting in birthing higher energy children with more distractions than they can possibly fathom. This will result in a "high strung" mentality.)
6) Certain religious practices lower stress. (Yoga, Meditation, etc...are methods used to center one's self and release all distractions, aggression and thoughts into one central focus.)
7) Money does buy happiness, but only up to $75,000 a year. (This is the "comfort zone" to get away from the poverty level. As inflation rises faster than income levels, this might rise in the future even further.)
8) Being with happy people makes you happier. (Positive energy spreads, and so does negative energy, so be sure to monitor who you are associated with, because that energy can spread into your world.)
9) 18-33 year olds are the most stressed out people on the planet. (High testosterone, energy drinks and expectation levels to succeed are a big part of this equation.)
10) Convincing yourself you slept well convinces your brain that you did. (Your mind will always believe what you focus on believe = the power of intention.)
11) Smart people underestimate themselves and ignorant people think they're brilliant. (Often times, intelligent people over think scenarios which often time leads them into indecision and not willing to take the step to get to their desired destination. Whereas ignorant people are not informed enough to make an educated decision and end up "just moving forward" with it to find themselves in a bind later from a situation that was not fully thought out.
12) When you remember a past event, you're actually remembering the last time you remembered it. (Inevitably, a recurring thought will be on the foreground of memory before the actual memory was recorded in the brain.)
13) Your decisions are more rational when thought in another language. (When the human becomes "comfortable" they often times are not on such a high level of intellectual "alert", thus resulting in a more casual approach to cognitive thinking. When thinking in another language, the brain must be more alert to process the information, thus resulting in a more rational thought.
14) If you announce your goals, you're less likely to succeed. (By promoting goals publicly, this announces that you must keep your word and if you don't, your integrity is on the line. By keeping them private, this offers time to evaluate, trial-and-error test and move at your own pace. No matter, as long as your reach your desired goals!
This video was filmed and produced by Higher Perspective.