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Chopra

 

 

 

Where science and soul coexist

The Chopra Foundation is dedicated to conducting scientific research that examines the effects of mind-body practices on health and wellbeing. These practices include meditation, yoga, breathing techniques, diet, massage and use of adaptogenic herbal supplements, plant fiber and ingestible oils. While there are studies in the scientific literature on the beneficial effects of a variety of individual mind-body practices for wellbeing, few studies have taken a more systems biology approach that are simultaneously inclusive of numerous practices and examine genetic, biochemical, physiological and psychosocial measurements.

www.choprafoundation.org

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vagus nerve

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Healthy feedback loop linked to positive emotions

Researchers suggests that positive emotions, robust social connections, and physical health influence one another in a self-sustaining upward spiral dynamic and feedback loop that scientists are just beginning to understand.

A higher vagal tone index is linked to physical and psychological well-being. Conversely, a low vagal tone index is associated with inflammation, depression, negative moods, loneliness, heart attacks, and stroke.

Healthy vagal tone is part of a feedback loop linked to positive emotions…if you want to get to know more about it, have a look:

https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/the-athletes-way/201607/vagus-nerve-stimulation-dramatically-reduces-inflammation

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psychoanalysis comic

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Freud as a comic is online

Once Freud referred to the issue of ending a psychotherapy by saying: a patient is cured when he can laugh about his neurosis.Freud as I was told never really wrote about the criteria of ending a psychotherapy in a professional way.

More than 60n years ago there were three comics published on Freud, though they call him simply “the psychiatrist”. When reading These Comics you can find out by yourself if you are already cured and laugh about your neurosis. Enjoy. 🙂

The comic featured three patients, Freddy Carter, Ellen Lyman and Mark Stone, who were undergoing psychoanalysis. The analyst was the central character. He was never named, simply listed as The Psychiatrist

http://freudquotes.blogspot.de/2014/04/psychoanalysis-comic-books.html

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Have no fear of perfection. You’ll never reach it

Another world-famous painter and artist Salvador Dali is also wellknown for his funny beard. He was a master of fantasy and realizations of dreams. He in a paradox citation was convinced: “Have no fear of perfection. You’ll never reach it”.

It’s calming to know what he said and it’s true: You can never reach perfection and the more to try to the more you loose your own creativity, your own emotional life and its surprising expression.

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emotionally strong

 

 

 

 

 

 

Emotionally strong people

Sometimes people want to be emotionally strong, sometime they have to be. But what does this mean to be emotionally strong and how can you judge a person`s internal state of feeling by what you see on the outside. Often people think emotionally strong people are quiet, never complain or don’t show too much emotional Expression. In contrast to this any signs of emotional ‘leakage’ (i.e., expressing emotional distress in any way) or tears (especially in men), is often viewed as evidence the person has difficulties coping and is emotionally weak.

This often is not correct and…………..

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Cultural difference in mother-infant-communication

There’s a lot being said about mother-infant-relationship. There’s also a lot to be said about the possible cultural differences or similarities.

Now it’s proofed that there’s a big difference in the embodied intersubjective engagement in mother-infant-tactile communication. ………..

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fluid intelligence

 

 

 

 

 

 

Peaks of fluid intelligence

Now the truth about intelligence is scientifically proved. The results of this study encourage all people, especially those who still fear not to be intelligent enough.

Intelligence skills peak at different ages. This is the most important result of the latest study on intelligence ……..

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money and love

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Reading emotions is worth money

A lately published research says that there’s a quite an obvious connection between emotional recognition and annual income. This does not mean that only people with a high annual income have an emotional competence or emotional intelligence. If you judge from the other way round of course you as a manager or business man are clever enough to earn more money if you’re able to rely on your emotional competence.

And yet on the other hand …………….

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Chinese love money and love adventure

A new inquiry has tried to find out what Chinese love most. Not astonishing is numer one. Still as the years before Chinese love to have Money.

Astonishing is favourite number two. Chinese want to be normal and unsuspicious.

Favourite number 3………………

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Collective emotions

The common parlance is convinced that you experience the world in the way, in the mood you’re.  It is also convinced that you look at the world in your very personal way and you react to it the same.

Meanwhile scientific research confirms this. I will pick out two main branches of science to illustrate this. The one is the concept of affect-logic based on the research and thoughts of Luc Ciompi. The other one is the concept of functional identity based on …………………….

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