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Pam Grout New Book - E3 - FABULOUS

   Pam Grout, Bestselling author of E-Squared (E2) joins Jewels as Pam delivers her latest and greatest book on the Law of Attraction, E-Cubed (e3).  You are going to Love this new book launching on September 16, Hay House. 7 more words

Law Of Attraction

I'm not saying Greenfield's a pseudoscientist. I point to her pseudoscientific reasoning. That is all

Like a good sharknado, Susan Greenfield is (a) ridiculous and (b) back for more.

We all remember this defence of her claim that internet use causes autism, don’t we? 758 more words

Health

Fractals in the humanities

“A fractal is a natural phenomenon or a mathematical set that exhibits a repeating pattern that displays at every scale.” (Wikipedia)

Most of us know what math fractals look like and understand that shorelines and trees exhibit fractal patterns that display at different scales. 884 more words

Functional Interpersonal Meta Linguistics (FIML)

There are no mistakes on the dance floor

There are no mistakes on the dance floor. What we think of as a “mistake” is really an shortcoming in perception, a failure to perceive what someone else is putting out there. 364 more words

Ballroom

Science of Salt

Awhile ago we posted a quote by Denison:

“The cure for anything is salt water; sweat, tears or the sea.”

And while we were speaking more about the spiritual side; getting the rest our bodies and minds so desperately need, it warrants talking about the physical healing powers of salt. 368 more words

Epsom Salt

Repost: FIML and cerebral efficiency

This article argues that the human brain saves energy by predicting or imagining “reality” more than actually perceiving it: Do Thrifty Brains Make Better Minds? 131 more words

Functional Interpersonal Meta Linguistics (FIML)