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Vagus Nerve - Inflammation – Heart Rate Variability

Vagus Nerve - Inflammation – Heart Rate Variability | mBraining | Scoop.it
In the brilliant scientific paper, ‘The pulse of inflammation: heart rate variability, the cholinergic anti-inflammatory pathway and implications for therapy,’ Dr. Jared M. Huston, Department of Surgery, Stony Brook University Medical Center discovered a neural control circuit that acts to keep the body’s cytokine production, and therefore inflammatory response, in check.[1] During the 1990s, the …
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Research Shows The Heart Has Intuitive Intelligence

Research Shows The Heart Has Intuitive Intelligence www.abundanceunleashed.com Reseachers at the Heartmath Institute have shown that the heart does indee
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Your Heart and Stomach May Be Smarter Than You Think

Your Heart and Stomach May Be Smarter Than You Think | mBraining | Scoop.it
When the stomach talks, the brain listens—and vice versa.
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Timeless Advice for Making a Hard Choice

Timeless Advice for Making a Hard Choice | mBraining | Scoop.it
Approach it like a manager, but resolve it as a human being.
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Aligns well with mBIT,  "where ancient wisdom meets neuroscience".
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How to pretend you’re a great designer

How to pretend you’re a great designer | mBraining | Scoop.it
Practical tips and principles to trick people into thinking you’re an industry thought leader.

Via Jean-Luc Le Moal, Fred Zimny
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Tongue in cheek tips with good use of graphics
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mBIT Loving Your Life at The Inspiration Factory

An introduction to the Loving Your Life Program with The Inspiration Factory
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Compassion: Universally Misunderstood

Compassion: Universally Misunderstood | mBraining | Scoop.it
When people hear the word compassion, they tend to think of kindness. But scientific study has found the core of compassion to be courage.

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One Earth, Two Social Fields

One Earth, Two Social Fields | mBraining | Scoop.it
Dallas, Ferguson, Nice. Turkey, Trump & Brexit. The simultaneous rise of global terrorism, of authoritarian strongmen and the far-right are the twi
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Otto Scharmer describes two fundamentally different states of awareness that social fields can operate from. The first state is the one we see embodied in the  rise of terrorism, strongmen, and the far right. It’s a social-emotional logic that operates through: prejudice (closing the mind) anger, blame (closing the heart) and fear (closing the will).He calls this "absencing"
The second is  "presencing" because it makes our human essence more present to the world, to each other, and to ourselves. It’s a generative social field that comes into being whenever groups move outside their habitual filter or bubble and engage in processes by opening the mind (curiosity), the heart (compassion), and the will (courage).
What results is a cycle of co-creative action: seeing with with fresh eyes (open mind) sensing other perspectives (open heart) presencing our highest future possibilities (open will) co-creating those possibilities through learning-by-doing (realizing).
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The Global Health Show EPISODE 2

mBIT Master Trainer, Viv Berry, was interviewed on The Global Health Show, along with Bruce Lipton, about the multiple brains and their importance to health
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Enhancing compassion in general practice: it’s not all about the doctor

Enhancing compassion in general practice: it’s not all about the doctor | mBraining | Scoop.it
‘ Patients were left lying in soiled sheets or sitting on commodes for hours. Some patients needing pain relief got it late or not at all. ’1 Such were the findings from the Mid Staffordshire Inquiry with recommendations for recruiting compassionate staff and having clinician compassion training.2 However, this call for compassion is not new. Medical codes of practice require us to practise with compassion. Compassionate care should be routine, a daily motivation and practice not unlike antisepsis and hand washing.

The crisis of compassion in medicine is multifaceted in origin and no universal panacea is likely to be found. Many of us cannot define compassion or articulate the differences between compassion and empathy. Others might argue that compassion training is redundant as doctors are either compassionate or not. We remain remarkably ignorant about compassion, unsure of what it is, where it comes from, or what might influence compassion in our practices.

Compassion comes from the Latin roots com , which means ‘together with’, and pati , ‘to bear or suffer’.3 Compassion is built on the capacity to empathise — a form of cognitive and emotional perspective taking — but involves the additional step of wanting to alleviate suffering.4 The distinction is important. An after-hours GP may recognise and feel the distress of a crying child having an asthma attack but, because he is now 30 minutes late in picking up his wife at the airport, rushes to the car park and lets colleagues manage the child. The family concerned might feel fobbed off and is unlikely to have experienced compassion as part of the clinical interchange. The doctor was empathetic but, technically, was not compassionate. Empathy without compassion is not only out of step with professional requirements but also is differentially likely to sustain negative …
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Designing Beyond Empathy — IDEO Stories

Designing Beyond Empathy - IDEO Stories - Medium
Create solutions that are meaningful, helpful, and relevant
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Depression's Link to Inflammation Gains Strength

Depression's Link to Inflammation Gains Strength | mBraining | Scoop.it
Depression is increasingly recognized as a problem rooted in chronic inflammation and it can have a profound impact on your mental health.
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Strategic decisions: When can you trust your gut? | McKinsey & Company

Strategic decisions: When can you trust your gut? | McKinsey & Company | mBraining | Scoop.it
Nobel laureate Daniel Kahneman and psychologist Gary Klein debate the power and perils of intuition for senior executives.
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Scientists Have Solved the Mystery of "Gut Instinct"

Scientists Have Solved the Mystery of "Gut Instinct" | mBraining | Scoop.it
Researchers are working to unlock the secrets of those "butterflies" we feel in our stomach when we experience anxiety in a effort to learn what makes up "gut instinct". This research is going a long way to develop treatments for people who have irrational fear responses and other conditions like PTSD. 
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Why complaining rewires your brain to be negative

Why complaining rewires your brain to be negative | mBraining | Scoop.it
Dr Travis Bradberry explores the negative impact of complaining, and offers some solutions.
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Bugs, Bowels, and Behavior: The Groundbreaking Story of the Gut-Brain Connection: Teri Arranga, Claire I. Viadro, Lauren Underwood, Martha Herbert: 9781616087364: Amazon.com: Books

Bugs, Bowels, and Behavior: The Groundbreaking Story of the Gut-Brain Connection [Teri Arranga, Claire I. Viadro, Lauren Underwood, Martha Herbert] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
According to the National Institutes of Health, there are sixty to seventy million people affected by digestive diseases in the United States. The old proverb tells us “you are what you eat
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Meet Your Second Brain: The Gut - Mindful

How what's going on in your gut could be affecting your brain.
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There is now no doubt that what happens in your gut does effect the brain. Check our www.mbraining.com

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How the Gut Feeling Shapes Fear

How the Gut Feeling Shapes Fear | mBraining | Scoop.it
Neuroscience News has recent neuroscience research articles, brain research news, neurology studies and neuroscience resources for neuroscientists, students, and science fans and is always free to join. Our neuroscience social network has science groups, discussion forums, free books, resources, science videos and more.
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Chronic fatigue syndrome is in your gut, not your head

Chronic fatigue syndrome is in your gut, not your head | mBraining | Scoop.it
Physicians have been mystified by chronic fatigue syndrome, a condition where normal exertion leads to debilitating fatigue that isn't alleviated by rest.
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The Mind-Gut Connection 'Emeran Mayer"

he Mind-Gut Connection: How the Hidden Conversation Within Our Bodies Impacts Our Mood, Our Choices, and Our Overall Health. Combining cutting-edge neuroscience…
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The Six Bridges

The Six Bridges | mBraining | Scoop.it
Six anatomical zones that facilitate conscious control of autonomic function.
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