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Short-term memory is key to psychological understanding

Short-term memory is where the rubber of human psychology meets the road.

It is the active part of human psychology as it functions in real-time. 245 more words

Functional Interpersonal Meta Linguistics (FIML)

Intuitive Psychic and the Law of Attraction

Join Jewels and Dr. Michael Mosley as he talks about being Psychic and serving the world.

New research: short-term memory depends on the thalamus

Karel Svoboda, lead author of the study, says:

It’s like a game of ping-pong. One excites the other, and the other then excites the first, and so on and so forth.

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Functional Interpersonal Meta Linguistics (FIML)

How to teach an old dog new tricks - Cognitive Science of Habits

Research shows our brains are plastic, moldable and easy to please and despite sayings to the contrary, you can, in fact, teach an old dog (or cat) new tricks. 516 more words

Emotional Health

Psilocybin as effective psychotherapy

We should be looking for ways to effectively use drugs people already like and seek out on their own rather than ban them.

There is good evidence that psychedelics like psilocybin can do good things for people. 180 more words

Mindfulness Explained by a Mind-hacker

An explanation grounded in neuroscience and direct experience

By Due Quach, Founder of Calm Clarity
Featured Image: “Self Reflected in Violets” courtesy of artist  1,568 more words
Science And Meditation

on muted emotional gradience

To you with beating heart,

I feel what you feel, no matter your distance.  In this ‘feeling’, I often know what you are going through emotionally. 274 more words

Musings