Practice cognition through mindful exercises. These texts describe environments, objects, and social situations in a way that increases awareness and gratitude. Emphasis is placed on breathing and mindful meditation. The texts are based on scientific studies, which demonstrate that mindfulness can improve focus, memory, and cognitive thinking, reduce stress and anxiety, and enhance mental health.
These science-based essays explore ideas about everyday life. These include current and ancient social issues, cultural conundrums, philosophical dilemmas, and simple observations about human nature.
This site is for sharing ideas and observations. If you wish to become a contributor, please get in contact. Alternatively, share your thoughts at the bottom of a post or via email.
Laura Turpeinen, Head Writer and Editor
Originally from Finland, Laura is a perplexing frontline product of millions of years of evolution. She converts caffeine, plants, and sunlight into patterns of tiny pixelated symbols on a screen. She has a background in Molecular Biology and is currently completing an MSc in Synthetic Biology and Biotechnology at the University of Edinburgh.
She enjoys looking down at life through a microscope and wondering if the behaviour of its components make any sense. She mistakenly applies the same method to everyday life, revering and questioning human behaviour in modern society, and now hopes for you to join this conscious movement.