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empathy and healing

Empathy

A look at global consciousness, empathic living, neuro linguistic programming and what modern science says. Are humans by nature aggressive, materialistic, utilitarian and self-interested?   According to Jeremy P. Tarcher, author of The Empathic Civilization: The Race to Global Consciousness In a World In Crisis , recent discoveries in brain science and child development are forcing humanity to rethink this long-held …

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the unified field and its theories

The Unified Field and it’s Theories

A look at current scientific explorations of a grand unification theory, Holofractographic model, explaining the supernatural, a theory of consciousness, meditation and world peace. Unifying Consiousness Throughout the ages great minds have dreamt about a Grand Unification Theory that could unite all branches of science under a common tree, with a complete understanding of the physics of our universe we can eliminate unnecessary …

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genetically modified organisms

Genetically modified organisms, chemicals and our health.

A look at Genetically modified organisms and the use of chemicals in our environment. Many people believe that we need genetically modified foods in order to feed the world population.  Genetically modified organisms, or GMO’s as they are often called, are found in many places today, even in Denmark (http://www.dr.dk/P1/Netvaerket/Udsendelser/2011/01/05140145.htm).  Even countries that dont specifically grow crops that are GM, they …

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unconscious mind

Power of the subconsious mind

I have always been quite curious about studies that show how our beliefs or expectation often steer or experiences.  There are people doing studies all the time, and this was published this year: As PiPS Director and study coauthor Ted Kaptchuk notes, “It’s not what patients think will happen [that influences outcomes] it’s what the nonconscious mind anticipates despite any …

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the human mind

We are magic – Your brain and what we know

“Your brain is being disassembled and reassembled every day,” said Don Arnold, associate professor of molecular and computational biology at the USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences, and corresponding author of an article about the research that appeared in Cell Reports on July 26. “One week from today, your brain will be made up of completely different proteins …

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is feedback always good

Is feedback always good?

Apparently not, not when it comes to complex decisions. Dr Magda Osman from the university of London (psychology expert at Queen Mary).  They did a study with 100 people who were given a complex decision making task, like choosing the best options to predict and control the state of health of a baby and they found that if people received feedback …

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