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Visiting a cousin who grew up with you long ago can cause the memories to come cascading back, especially if heightened by old photos and the music of your past. 89 more words

Telling A Story

Day 5: Body Language

It's late, so this will be brief. In an Art of Charm episode about body language, the guest speaker said something that I thought was really interesting. 45 more words


The Decision Making Process in Cells

The same way we have an internal thought life and from that wider field of opportunity we decide what to say or not say, our cells also have these same processes that determine what to leave in and what to leave out. 22 more words


How Trauma Can Distort Our Vision

The fight or flight response, that section of our biological expression that leaps into action to deal with a perceived threats is mirrored in many behavioral systems throughout the biological body of life. 223 more words


Nothing dries faster than tears

I was inspired to write this article by Aeschylus’ quote :

Nothing dries faster than tears.”

Aeschylus was an ancient Greek tragedian. Many also call him a father of tragedy. 993 more words

Don't Worry Be Happy

The Relationship Economy that Defines a Coherent Body of Life

The article link below describes how a single species of gut bacteria can reverse autism-related social behavior in mice.

The fact that a single organism can have so much influence on mouse behavior and experience is also a glimpse not only into the powerful biological drivers that result in what all organisms experience as life, but indeed what life experience is founded on. 169 more words


Month for Loki, Fifth: Signs.

Again, a member of a Lokean forum posted an interesting question today:

Has anyone felt moved to learn sign language for/because of Loki? (Do any of you sign btw?) 652 more words