What is Emotional Baggage?

Part of  being wise in Applied game Based Thinking is the exploration of “emotional holding patterns” or EHPs. These patterns are known by many different names and terms in different traditions and domains of thought. These EHPs are neither good… Continue Reading

Tipping Points, the Butterfly Effect and Black Swan Theory

In my work in game based thinking and the creation of strategies for winning at the game of life I often speak of ideas related to cause and effect – Black Swans, Karma, Critical Mass, Tipping Points, Ripple Effect, Butterfly… Continue Reading

Game Based Thinking, Game Theory and Creating Strategic Scenarios

  Often game based thinkers and strategists explore what I call “What would happen ifs…” This is where you create an unusual scenario just to see how things “pan out” when you bring many variable together. It’s a bit of… Continue Reading

Game Theory and the Chinese Board Game “Go”

  One way to become skilled in game theory is board games, combination puzzles and certain card games. These include chess, Rubic’s cube, Sudoku, Go and Poker. For those seeking to become skilled at dealing with complex scenarios there is… Continue Reading

Who is Temple Grandin and Why is She an Autism Pioneer

  Some of us can achieve great things in spite of the challenges.   I have always been amused by the idea of diagnosing people as ADD, ADHD, Asperger’s  Syndrome, and Autism and Autism Spectrum. Some people ate just extraordinary… Continue Reading

Ask Lewis Harrison: What is Truth?

What better time is there to ask the question, “What is truth?”         Truth is most often used to mean being in accord with fact or reality, or fidelity to an original or to a standard or… Continue Reading

What is Enlightenment?

Enightenment

A student recently asked me about the concept of “Enlightenment” This is a concept drawn primarily from Eastern thought….actually a Western idea imposed on Eastern Thought. The actual translation in Tibetan and Sanskrit is closer to “spiritual awakening.” I cannot… Continue Reading

Applied Game Theory as a Path to Enlightenment

I was having a conversation with a group of spiritually oriented students who are studying game theory. The question arose, “How might one apply ideas from  Applied Game Theory” to the concept of Enlightenment.   Like art, God, and truth… Continue Reading