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Suggestible You 4

“Suggestible You” is the title of a book by Erik Vance.  The subtitle is “The Curious Science of Your Brain’s Ability to Deceive, Transform, and Heal.  591 more words

Human Memory: Theory And Data

Our Vices and How We Feed Them

Dear You,

Being single in the midwest is like living outside of a fast food restaurant with a revolving door. The restaurant never closes. And the food is always shockingly delicious once you take a bite. 923 more words

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10 Things You Gain From Doing a Baby Massage Course

By Lucy and Rebecca from For Baby & Me

After teaching baby massage for a combined 10 years, we have seen for ourselves just how much parents gain from doing one of our courses. 1,163 more words

Music- A scientific and meta scientific perspective

Introduction

‘Where words fail, music speaks’, – HC Anderson.

HC Anderson was a famous musician and a Danish author best known for writing children’s stories including “The Little Mermaid” and “The Ugly Duckling.” By its very nature, music is a powerful medium of communicating emotions to others as well as to oneself. 357 more words

Articles On Music And Body-Mind

Don't eat in the Office

The modern world has changed how life is being perceived a lot. 30 years ago when there was no cell phone people disconnected easy, driving home, being at home or even better being at lunch. 544 more words

Personal

Sunday Gratitudes #46: The Little Red Number

You know that little red number. It signifies unread texts, unread emails, missed calls, voicemails waiting for you to listen to, and other notifications. There are so many demands on our time and attention these days that it’s like omg overload all the time — depending, of course, on how many apps you have, how much friends and family members text, and whether or not you have your work email synched to your phone. 444 more words

Mindfulness

Misapplication of Theories of Being and Non-Being

Forgive me, oh Fanon, for using your work to analyze the life of this petit bourgeois bastard.

But first, who thought “hey, let’s mix guavas and bananas to make a syrupy concoction and then call it 20% fruit nectar blend.” It has the most strange texture and it tastes like a mistake. 684 more words