Tag Archives: Peak Experience

Investing and Game Theory

Question: What is the best way to start investing using Game Theory if you have limited financial resources? Lewis Harrison answers:  As in any other domain using game theory to invest involves knowing how to strategize. Game theory is “the study … Continue reading

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Cause and Effect, Karma, The Butterfly Effect and Tipping Points

I received an interesting article on cause and effect today from a friend. This is not a superficial subject of inquiry. I use many elements concerning cause and effect in my mentoring, speaking and teaching on game Based Thinking. The … Continue reading

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Zen, Business Success and Stress Management

 Zen is a practice that deals with the concept of deep awareness and wisdom  through intuition during meditation, and the application of all this in daily life including in business success Zen defies definition. It is a philosophy of non-philosophy, an … Continue reading

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Joseph Campbell, Symbols and Culture

Symbols are a means of complex communication that often can have multiple levels of meaning. This separates symbols from signs, as signs have only one meaning. Human cultures use symbols to express specific ideologies and social structures and to represent … Continue reading

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Truth and Game Based Thinking

  In game based thinking and Lewis Harrison’s Applied Game Thinking (LAGT)  “truth” means constancy or sincerity in action or character. In general terms it is difficult if not impossible to specifically define truth since the word has a variety of … Continue reading

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Problem Solving, Particle Swarm Optimization, & Lewis Harrison’s Applied Game Theory

I was having a conversation with one of my students this week about how mathematics and computer sciences can solve extremely complex problems. She specifically asked me to describe it in a simple and understandable way.   This was not … Continue reading

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Spirituality, Game Theory and Peak Experience

  Beyond Peak Experience When you are in alignment with your authentic self you will experience a sense of harmony – a softness of spirit and absolute flexibility. This is an authentic peak experience.  Whenever you experience unnecessary struggle and … Continue reading

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