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... to see the associated relationships between everything. Life makes Sense. For many of us life stopped making sense when we had our train of questions derailed by the distraction of training frantically ...
2. Subject Index for Archives
(Neurohacking/Resources)
...      4.305 interaction & relationships  ...
... happens all the time; not just in formal language or science research; but in everyday life communications and relationships: people don't ask the right questions, they don't answer the right questions, ...
... reality through the filter of perceptual framing in every aspect of our lives, thoughts, relationships and behavior. For millions of years the human body and mind adapted to the natural environment ...
... which have emerged from a consistent history of cultural relationships. Darwin recognized valuing as a basic function of biological creatures generally, and moral valuing as a basic function of intelligent ...
... abstract, and can see the relationships between things. These are the characteristics of the formal operational stage.[9] Grasping formal operations means that for the first time in our life we have the ...
7. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 3
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... output? In your relationships? In your plans?   feedback exercises Draft a list of the judgments and decisions you’ve made over the past 30 days. Reconsider each one, focusing on how bias ...
... we are never alone; we are always a part of the big picture; a participating character with complex relationships on every level in the game of life. Interacting with, even bonding with, others does ...
... this way will enable us to understand its roles in learning, play, unconscious processing, interaction and relationships. We'll also be looking at the practical ways we can use creativity and play to improve ...
... and “space” (background stuff) is a container for the objects. In this second stage of awareness we explore the relationships between these concepts over and over with many different objects; ...
11. Emotion - disorders of emotion
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
... 5. Such findings encourage a more mechanistic delineation of potential causal relationships between BDNF and discrete aspects of these complex illnesses. Future studies will benefit from separating BDNF's ...
...  stability, images and 3-dimensional maps of the world and places in it Relationships and associations of Density; liquids and concentrates, ratios, ...
13. Intermediate Functional Analysis PART TWO
(Neurohacking/Tutorials)
... relationships are healthy and enjoyable and sentiment-free (on my part) [ ]D The results/outcomes of almost all of my interactions these days benefit myself, my environment, and others [ ]E I'm eager ...
14. Intermediate Functional Analysis PART ONE
(Neurohacking/Tutorials)
... office/hospital/police station [ ]C I'm rarely taken by surprise by changes in relationships [ ]D I'm good at following written instructions [ ]E I am good at remembering verbal instructions or ...
      Neurohacking Tutorial 10 Emotion, relationships & interaction (Updated: Jan 2013) In tutorial 9 we explored emotion and its associations with human motivation, perception, ...
16. Deschooling essays by John Taylor Gatto
(Homeworld/School & Work Alternatives)
... every aspect of our lives. Easy divorce laws have removed the need to work at relationships; easy credit has removed the need for fiscal self-control; easy entertainment has removed the need to learn to ...
17. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 2
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... the better we can direct them in future. 6. Interaction/ handling relationships This is mainly about skill in understanding and responding effectively to emotions and sentiments in others, and social ...
... of buildings, relationships, cultures and information. In N2 (concrete, spatial), 'stretching + spreading apart' means exploring new places, hunting, seeking and spreading the news. In N5 (abstract, ...
... and cortex (through the thalamus) are disrupted. Two pioneers [3] in research on the thalamus examined the close two-way relationships between thalamus and cerebral cortex and looked at the distinctive ...
... connections and relationships between things, as well as the basic details about things themselves. Understanding how the machinery of the brain relates to the products and processes of the mind will ...
... lines create relationships and a structure. They also demonstrate the level of importance, as from a branch to a twig. Allow your thoughts to come freely, meaning you ‘jump about’ the Mind ...
22. Permaculture: the basics
(Homeworld/Permaculture & Self Sufficiency)
... between animals, plants, insects, soil, water and habitat, and how to use these relationships to create synergistic, self-supporting ecosystems. Permaculture strives to work with the laws of nature, and ...
... to see the associated relationships between everything. Life makes Sense. For many of us life stopped making sense when we had our train of questions derailed by the distraction of training frantically ...
24. Processing - Input Weighting
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
... population about the features it encodes for. These two measures of information are not the same, and a significant amount of theoretical research has been devoted to clarifying the relationships and differences ...
25. Methods & Technology Intro - Part I: Methods
(Neurohacking/Methods & Technology)
... improves it!   Dietary Analysis Relationships between dietary patterns, food group intakes, health and behavior are now well established. Higher total withdrawn/depressed and delinquent/aggressive ...
26. Disorders & Problems - Introduction to This Section
(Neurohacking/Disorders & Problems)
...  Generally, delusional disorders tend to persist but without being severe enough to cause disruption, although delusions of jealousy can make it very difficult to form relationships. Attacking the underlying ...
27. Books: Magical Parent / Magical Child
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... to rediscover the precious place of play in life. Play here is defined not as an activity but as a unique quality of relationship –“Writers and poets have playful relationships with words. ...
... going on or why people are 'what they're like'. This confusion and its attendant misunderstanding shows up most clearly in interpersonal relationships. We don't even understand why we don't understand, ...
29. Matrix Theory - The Basics
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
...  6. Piaget, J. (1952). The Origins of Intelligence in Children.  7. Rogers, Carl (1959). "A theory of therapy, personality and interpersonal relationships as developed in the client-centered ...
30. ICMM 4 Find (key factors of damage)
(Workshop/I've Changed My Mind)
... and an inability to form personal relationships. 8. Isolation and abandonment (i.e., lack of human interaction) at any time during the first year or so of life, causing the production of hormones ...
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