Social Experiment

Definition from Wikipedia

A Social Experiment  is a research project conducted with human subjects in the real world. It typically investigates the effects of a policy intervention by randomly assigning individuals, families, businesses, classrooms, or other units to different treatments or to a controlled condition that represents the status quo.

At Subconscious Self, through meditation; we know that the only thing we can truly control is ourselves. So, when you’re asked to participate in a Social Experiment the objective will always be based on how you feel about your experience.

Our emotions can push us forward, hold us back or make us paralyze with fear so, that we’re indecisive and for some of us, if we can’t decide for ourselves we simply become a follower.

Subconscious Self wants you to know that we make up our own world by inviting people and things into our lives.