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1. IMMMUN chapter 6
(Workshop/Stuff by Members)
... children? With all our existing commitments, it's not possible.  To nurture something is to provide for its needs, whilst helping it to acquire the skills to meet those needs on its own. That's ...
2. IMMMUN chapter 4
(Workshop/Stuff by Members)
...  During the last decade or so, though, the big picture is emerging as follows: intelligence emerges from the interactions between nature and nurture; between genes and environment. The underlying biological ...
3. IMMMUN chapter 3
(Workshop/Stuff by Members)
... We are cutting ourselves off from a major source of nurture – nature. We are deprived of biological imperatives firstly because most of us don't know what they are, and secondly because even when ...
4. IMMMUN chapter 2
(Workshop/Stuff by Members)
... environmental triggers (nurture), and both need to synchronize for successful development. Whatever is available on the outside has to match up with the needs of whatever is on the inside; that is, the ...
5. IMMMUN Chapter 1
(Workshop/Stuff by Members)
... is a huge developmental issue. We have lost a great deal of cultural communication and nurture for our mental development; we are shown no examples of many skills, and thus we have no way to develop many ...
6. Subject Index for Archives
(Neurohacking/Resources)
...        2.302 nurture ...
... to the nucleii of cells and affect the copying or readout of genes, we are in the realm of epigenetics.   Where nature becomes nurture Epigenetic control comes from the environment via ...
... species. If it is honored, nurtured and respected, development takes place at an optimal rate. Before we consider augmenting executive skills, we have to make sure they have the wiring necessary to support ...
... and pleasure). Abstracting these concepts has led to the development of moral 'values' or 'rules' such as: Harm/care. It is good to nurture intelligence; to care for others, to relieve suffering, ...
... and do your piano practice. It's a rehash of the old, nature-nurture argument again but thanks to research we are now able to provide the answer, and it's the usual answer we find in the new paradigm ...
... the 6 main ones; interpreted over the centuries as various roles as follows:   N1: The faithful servant loyal companion / beast of burden / nurturer / faithful animal / Batman's butler Alfred ...
... state), because we have also experienced it as a dynamic system of moods responding to events and our environment, easily communicable, and adaptable to "our nurture", ie cultural norms. We know ...
... body and speech, into the complex database of remembered life experiences and knowledge that we depend on every day? The feedback loop between nature (your genes) and nurture (your context) allows epigenetics ...
... Obviously we can nurture intelligence by answering questions and revealing truths as information, and this is good input, but more important is the attitude of the facilitator. Rogers pointed out that ...
15. Physiological methods - Epigenetics - Hacking the genome
(Neurohacking/Methods & Technology)
... that ought to be there.   Nature meets nurture Gene transcription is where nature meets nurture, full on and with no holds barred, and this is why it can be hacked by intelligence. Nature is ...
16. Methods & Technology Intro - Part I: Methods
(Neurohacking/Methods & Technology)
... regard in the face of whatever the client may be experiencing, nurtures the beneficial relationship. Without a beneficial relationship there is no benefit.   Genuineness Being your natural responsive ...
... from parents, friends or partners, and the lack of which caused the depression in the first place? Human beings need to be nurtured throughout growth to be mentally healthy, to avoid insecurity and fear ...
18. Matrix Theory - The Basics
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
... on smart behavior, are another example of the nature/nurture dichotomy(2), and they are to be solved in the same manner –Both are true. It works both ways: “smart behavior” (intelligence ...
19. ICMM 5 System Information (chain reaction)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... carer is the absolutely reliable safe place to which it can always return from exploring new things, and be nurtured. For the familiar carer not to be there (for example, if a child were left with strangers), ...
20. ICMM 8 Setup (a workspace)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... in the first place? Human beings need to be nurtured throughout growth to be mentally healthy, to avoid insecurity and fear of abandonment. Insecurity = fear = anxiety = depression in a lot of cases. How ...
21. BTPT 3, 2
(Workshop/Beyond The Porcelain Throne)
... and being good at such an amazingly diverse variety of things. Your brains are moulded by experience just as much as by original development; by nurture just as much as genetics. ...Incidentally, just ...
22. BTPT 2, 3
(Workshop/Beyond The Porcelain Throne)
... that could learn, and then nurtured it]. Emergence works like this: a linear increase in the energy going into a system can produce a nonlinear change in the system conducting that energy. It's something ...
23. BTPT 1, 4
(Workshop/Beyond The Porcelain Throne)
... with toys and it won't explore. It becomes totally apathetic, or depressed, or both. The world appears uninteresting in the extreme. Such animals reproduce, but fail to nurture any young that are born, ...
24. BTPT 1, 3
(Workshop/Beyond The Porcelain Throne)
... the perfect beautiful plants, but the keys for decoding that potential via RNA keys, lies with your environment. Nature and nurture, you need them both [as I said, Reality is never 'a or b'.] 'Environment', ...
25. Intelligence - The Basics
(Neurohacking/Basics)
... or Nurture” Argument Is Over   'Intelligence' is not inherited. The discovery of the brain’s plasticity has shown us that both genes and an appropriate environment are necessary for ...
... addicted. Such animals reproduce less often and avoid each other most of the time, and fail to nurture successful litters that are born. Their brain chemistry causes faulty gene transcription and they ...
... in NH. Yet these terms are so recent you may not have even heard of them yet. As I said, you're in for a few surprises. Importantly, the “nature or nurture” argument is over. The discovery ...
... of personality is very different. Personality is now known to be dynamic, not fixed, Nurture and examples from others play a big part in its development, as can trauma, malnourishment or neglect. And because ...
29. Intelligence Archetypes
(Neurohacking/Entelechy)
... or any kind of "three-legged" symbols or "triskelion" (as our logo), yin / yang and unity, father / son and holy ghost,  left / right and center, nature / nurture and intent, mother ...
... them.” - (Buckminster Fuller)   The “nature or nurture” argument is over. The genome is not “fixed”. The discovery of the brain’s plasticity has shown us ...
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