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31. ICMM 6 Run (COMP)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... or melodramatic tragedy, bossiness, sulks, tantrums, pathos, even the 'attached' pallid version of 'love' is founded in fear of loss. I believe as very small children, when we first encounter sentiment, ...
32. ICMM 9 Disc Cleanup (wiping sentiment)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... poisoning. Watch for 'playground' behavior, sulks, tantrums, melodrama, name-calling and verbal abuse in toto. (If you get free of sentiment it will never occur to you to use verbal personal attacks again. ...
33. ICMM 15 AL Tutorial (imagination enhancement)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... same dramas are played out. We don't have room to file every event we experience as a separate event. Archetypes are the patterns of our lives, stripped down to the common denominators of all experience. ...
34. ICMM 19 My Documents (personal account)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... opera melodramas where nothing important is really going on, and the other, is the strength of genuine emotion and the nature of your personal perception experience when the temporal lobes kick in. It ...
35. ICMM REFS & further reading
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... New Orleans (Nov 2003) R51: Study published by Science, vol 297, p851 (Aug 2002) R52: http://www.rpi.edu/~verwyc/BIGFIVEOH.html R53: Ramachandran, V. S. 'Mirror Neurons and Imitation Learning ...
36. BTPT 3, 4
(Workshop/Beyond The Porcelain Throne)
... and melodramatic if off sick. If you develop a morbid fear of poetry and mystical, magical stuff, you've probably got some sick Darragdomians down there. If they're badly ill they can start hallucinating ...
37. Psychological methods - Meditation - benefits
(Neurohacking/Methods & Technology)
... the most significant outcome of the study was the stark contrast between the pre and post-training SPECT scans. Follow up scans showed dramatic increases in blood flow to the posterior cingulate gyrus, ...
... wholemeal bread Wholemeal egg noodles Oatcakes Mixed nuts (unsalted) 1 jar honey 1 pot houmous or similar (eg guacemole, taramasalata) ...
... children are exposed to under the age of seven, and particularly under the age of three, is of paramount importance. It's really the under threes we're most concerned about and dramatically limiting the ...
40. In The Beginning: A Kabbalists View
(Neurohacking/Entelechy)
... substance into our world. Like Rashi, the kabbalists derive a lesson from their cosmology: Humanity has a role in this drama. They explain that the work of creation has not been completed. Tikkun olam ...
... for eight weeks showed a more dramatic change in brain activity when asked to move from the narrative to the experiential focus - they shifted away from the midline brain regions to areas that regulate ...
42. Anxiety - Cortisol and Violent Behavior
(Neurohacking/Disorders & Problems)
... maturing from early childhood. But the way this region matures can be impaired in a child who has experienced violence, deprivation of input or neglect. Brain scans, Dr Maki reveals, have shown "dramatic ...
... possessiveness, aggression, jealousy, anger, hysteria, melodramatics, coercion, prudery, prejudice, sarcasm, unkindness, pomposity, authoritarianism, bossiness, conceit, mania, biased assumption (jumping ...
... Life and experience become 'shallow' and there is never any real passion or thrill. This is 'anhedonia', an inability to experience emotion -although on the outside the sufferer may seem melodramatic and ...
  The Neurology of Self Awareness, by Rama       Presentation by NHA Editor This is a very useful and important article by one of the brightest minds in neuroscience ...
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