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... others and (very importantly) protect you from coercion or being deceived or lied to. For this reason a basic understanding of critical thinking is extremely valuable whatever subject you apply it to, ...
... academic pressure and fears of coercion, which should not be ignored. The 2015 report by the British Medical Association concluded that the effect size of these drugs in healthy people to be moderate ...
3. Subject Index for Archives
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... problems 7.201 abuse & wronguse Coercion, school & work  ...
... via interference, conditioning and coercion; and with various excuses, justifications, lies, threats and promises in a counterfeit framed context of imagined 'authority'. It both drives and relies on anxiety, ...
... experienced free choice and made our own preference decisions without coercion or denial; and our own personal decisions have been respected. This issue is a stunning example of how wrong input or failing ...
... give us insight about the intent or intentions of others and (very importantly) protect us from coercion or being deceived or lied to. For this reason a basic understanding of critical thinking is extremely ...
... 'Society's Ideal Self' programs the conscious mind to permanently separate from and abandon the unconscious; leaving the resulting conscious mind isolated, programmable and vulnerable to coercion from ...
... and puts boundaries around our perception of knowledge, preventing us from seeing individuals and events as they really are or learning anything new; leaving us open to misunderstanding, coercion and deceit ...
... have personal integrity and am true to myself 6.2 Diplomacy & communication [ ]A I treat everyone with equal respect regardless of age, sex, color or any other factor [ ]B I never use coercion ...
10. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 2
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... else to do it -simply because with a stranger involved, the unconscious feels more stressed and often suspects coercion. This is why many people can't 'be hypnotized' by others, and we recommend self-hypnosis ...
... to understand how westerners get anxious so easily, many are now learning by experience, as western-style society brings them constant coercion and impoverished (urban) environments, supplemented with ...
... of behavior; the two things that don’t motivate people very well -- the promise of rewards and the threat of punishment, because both are forms of coercion. (The trick to real motivation is to know ...
... do it in pictures and experiences. Remember also that we don't respond well to coercion. People with attention deficit disorder (ADHD) often have problems with inattention and reduced motivation, and ...
14. Alternatives to work
(Homeworld/School & Work Alternatives)
... the unconscious mind knows it is coercion. No matter how much you justify it, your unconscious knows that you don't have all the facts. These are the facts: doing things for money slowly turns off some ...
... others and (very importantly) protect you from coercion or being deceived or lied to. For this reason a basic understanding of critical thinking is extremely valuable whatever subject you apply it to, ...
16. Books: Why We Cooperate
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... Why We Conform Are humans fundamentally helpful, or does coercion inevitably come with altruism? Julia Fischer examines this question in her review of Michael Tomasello's new book, Why We Cooperate. ...
17. Methods & Technology Intro - Part I: Methods
(Neurohacking/Methods & Technology)
... to change the beliefs and behaviors of other people”. This blatantly opposes our principles of 'no coercion' and we do not recommend any practice that encourages it. While we do not recommend ...
... you will be able to see its place in the natural cycle of learning.   For You and Against You: Motivation Versus Coercion (**) The process of stress/relaxation is part of the cycle of growth ...
19. ICMM 5 System Information (chain reaction)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
...  There should be no harassment, medical spam, coercion, threats or any other kind of nasty behavior aimed at getting more custom from people who are not ill. Information should however be a priority, ...
20. BTPT 3, 6
(Workshop/Beyond The Porcelain Throne)
... be available to all, it demands freedom from coercion into viewing any of it. Those who have the potential to become Captains will already be trying to learn; to explore. They'll be building their own ...
21. Introduction to Tutorials
(Neurohacking/Tutorials)
... for anything with certain exceptions. It is not to be sold or used for making financial profit in any way It is not to be used with intentions of coercion or any deliberate attempt to control others, ...
... possessiveness, aggression, jealousy, anger, hysteria, melodramatics, coercion, prudery, prejudice, sarcasm, unkindness, pomposity, authoritarianism, bossiness, conceit, mania, biased assumption (jumping ...
...  : ) but in reality it’s science. Coercion is a bad habit! Pushing information on people makes them anxious and so turns them away from a healthy path, and if we truly care about anyone the first ...
24. Homeworld Introduction
(Homeworld/Introductive Material)
... education as the most beneficial means to optimal intelligence and heath. We share our knowledge and skills here for mutual benefit, but a part of freedom is freedom from coercion, and our one ...
... coercion or any deliberate attempt to control others, including children. Any person breaking these conditions will be denied access to the NHA community and all connected sites     ...
26. The Neurohackers Community
(FAQs/General Issues)
... emergence. Having said this, we have no interest in coercion either: we can only show you the door, you are the ones who must choose to walk through it. And we're fully aware that, at this point, you ...
27. For Newbies
(FAQs/General Issues)
... members (and therefore requires you to be logged in).   NHA forum rules are very simple: No Coercion, and Keep the Core Conditions.   Core Conditions are: empathy, genuineness (honesty) ...
... via interference, conditioning and coercion; and with various excuses, justifications, lies, threats and promises in a counterfeit framed context of imagined 'authority'. It both drives and relies on anxiety, ...