When a person begins to understand how the perceptions, feelings, and experiences are all created via his/her own thinking and that circumstances as such have no power over him/her, a large amount of burdensome thinking will start to drop off. This transformation frees the mind’s capacity to do what it is intended for: to create new and to provide solutions effectively in any given situation.

As every person and organization are unique, it is impossible to predict the results and benefits of the new understanding before hand. However, some implications are seen quite often and here are some examples of the possible benefits:


  • Reduction of stress and mental exhaustion
  • Better mental wellbeing
  • Better ability to handle pressure
  • Quicker adaptability to change
  • More resilience in life’s ups and downs
  • Enhanced communication skills
  • Increase of  creativity
  • Better ability to concentrate and focus
  • More efficiency by doing less
  • Stronger connection to own intuition


  • Increase in wellbeing at work
  • Reduction of sick leaves
  • Higher quality of leadership, with more ease
  • Better atmosphere
  • More productive meetings
  • Better ability to adapt to change
  • Better communication and co-operation
  • Increase of innovation

These are all very important factors in any company’s ability to adjust to continuous changes, to innovate and create new ways of doing business and take care of personnel’s wellbeing; thus they have a direct impact on the competitiveness, success, and results of a company.


There is some research already available about the effects of understanding the principles behind human mind. Here are links to some sites with research findings: