What Are We Missing?

Isn't it strange that we all think our world-views are accurate? But, everyone thinks that!... So, logically we can't all be correct! Can we?
Instead of living our life defending the beliefs we mistakenly think of as "ours", let's question the assumptions inherent in our concept of self. 
What if the majority of our struggles were generated by the way we project about ourselves and the world we live in? What if our endless quest for truth was actually the starting point of all our problems?

Investigate with us why and how we manipulate ourselves and are actually gambling with our psyche, from an individual perspective as well as a society.

 How can anything
be more important
than our mind?

The EOF Project is an inquiry and study based on applied rationality into why humans are so cognitively challenged when it comes to thinking properly. 
We combine Critical Thinking,  Memetics, Meta-ignorance Detection, Meta-cognition and Metamemetic Thinking to identify, prevent and decrease gullible, unsound, ideological mindsets and irrational fears.
We explore the links between ideologies / beliefs and cognitive problems and bring a refreshing approach for critical understanding.

We promote the understanding that psychological evolution (in terms of betterment, not just adaptation) is not about producing convenient answers that keep us in our comfort zone but by exploring the mechanics of the psyche to see our mind games for what they are. 
Ideologies of all sorts are ingrained in our lives so it is important to examine the hidden meaning and power of them because identification to such assumptions brings about frustration and lack of logic, leading us to so many harmful choices.
We are about comprehending, the best we can, the limitation of our biased conditioning, so we can evolve past them, thus allowing our mind and our emotions to work with us rather than against.

All of us struggle with our mind in one way or another and it can be a real pain to get a handle on. This is
 why we created The EOF Project, think of us as something like ''Critical Thinking 2.0''. 
We consider our approach something akin to a dialogic, in which we work through a series of inquiries to reconcile all the parts of the mind that appear to be at odds with one another. If we remain unaware of the psychological conflicts festering within our mind, we mistakenly tend to externalize the problem, seeking to impose controls on our ‘outer’ world. 
Why, after all this time, don’t we understand the psychological blocks that hold us back? We invite you to consider these questions with us.
If we can understand the mental and emotional mystifications that alienate us from reason in our daily lives, the frustrating mechanisms will no longer enable us. That is, our thoughts won't eat at our intelligence anymore. The suffering of the mind diminishes, clearing the way for our natural, self-sufficient perception. 

To the  skeptics  we wish to ask:
As a skeptical thinker, are you also skeptical about your own inward processes of thinking? For example, do you question your own values, emotions, memories, and ideals? You see, this inquiry is important because not doing so inevitably brings about biases that distort your vision and may compromise your ability to reason.

What if your mind was actually under the control of your cultural conditionings, caught in undetected contradictions that bring about mental discomfort? 
Psychologically speaking, we know that we struggle, but the real question is, are we interested in changing? If the answer is “yes”, then why don't we change?
Is it because of laziness, wishful thinking, a need to cling to a lifestyle, a belief, a dogma? Perhaps it's a fidelity to family views? Or is it that we simply do not know how to change? 
What are we missing as an individual and as a species? As we struggle with problems inherited from history? What is at the root of this psychological insufficiency?





    Education is crucial for human solutions!  
    However please ask yourself these questions:
    What is really the point of education? 
    What is one really educated for? 
    Is it really important to reform education?

    By 'education' we do not only refer to the mere
    school system: we think at education as the
    whole process of assimilating and processing
    information we inevitably come across with on
    a daily basis.We believe that with our SFADM
    metaeducation programs we can provide 
    concrete, monitorable and reproducible 
    implementation in thinking skills
    Find out more

    click here.
   We provide one-on-one or group coaching
   sessions pivoted on promoting deep self-
   analysis about how we think and how we use
   emotions, to decrease psychological blocks 
   and our tendency towards cognitive dissonance.

   The aim is NOT to add new techniques,
   superimpose new solutions on the persona; 
   rather it is to understand and dismantle 
   accumulated layers of conditioning.

   Do we need all those layers?
   Are they really helping?
   To find out more about our coaching offer 

   click here.
   This course analyzes, investigates,
   and challenges our personal, global, and
   historical conditionings.
   Study with us to discover how pre-packaged
   beliefs intercede on our behalf, creating 
   cognitive malfunctioning, psychological
   congestion, and endless loops of pathological  
   You will understand how imperative it is to
   study the psyche without relying on ideologies
   to think for us. Our course will give you the
   tools to do so.
  To find out more about our online course   

   click here.
  ''Stay with the real world'', Diego and James Randi                                        European Skeptics Congress 2017, Poland                   


 Diego and Kaja Bryx, Racjonalista TV on Metamemetic thin​king              'All Is Not Well' Documentary Film Trailer
 Thinking Ahead: Susan Blackmore, Diego, Tomasz Witkowski