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what is the importance of psychology?
importance of psychology in businesses?
If you take yourself as just one kind of animal made of flesh and blood, then talk of psychology is not for you. The fact is that humans have infinite potential -- except that they have forgotten about it. All this potential is psychic (or mental). In fact, most of it is hidden in the subconscious mind. If you wake this up, you have all the resources to become what we call superhuman. Psychology is merely a branch of studies dealing with human mind. Even psychologists have miles to go before they find out the real potential of mind.
The ideal way to explore potentials of mind is meditation. If that is hard one can try music (embedded with binaural beats, etc) that directly alters consciousness. You can go into states of deep meditation, gain telepathic powers, become highly creative, and do many other wonderful things by altering brainwaves. It is both simple and fun.
The practical aspect of possessing a layman's understanding of psychology is that it gives a person some ability to anticipate and to understand the behavior which they and their peers exhibit. Obviously humans have a mind of their own but like animals they do respond it some form of typical behavior to certain types of stimulus. If that were not true, we would not have road rage so prevalent on our roads. So, on the basis of psychological knowledge, you generally expect that people will react angrily when cut off at the next intersection. Right or wrong, stimulus begets behavior. Thanks. WB
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