Every thought you have has energy. Some of those thoughts are limiting, while others are empowering. Your limiting thoughts are comprised of catabolic energy - destructive energy that shows up as doubt, worry, guilt, regret, etc.
What Was Milton Erickson's Unique Approach to Hypnosis "The reason why many people suffer from emotional and mental afflictions is because they are out of rapport with their unconscious minds... Milton Erickson was a ...
How Jesus Had the Cheek to Support Neuroscience Wired The suggestion of Acosta and co is that the sixth-century scribe and Altdorfer, and all the hundreds of other artists through the centuries, have had an implicit understanding of the...
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This is an interesting article about how early artists and scribes intuitively used neuroscience to depict emotion in a scene and emotionally move the viewer. The author cites a study on the topic.
Quick links from the past week in mind and brain news: Science News reports on a ‘brain training’ app that actually seems to be a data gathering tool for big data neuropsychology research. Interesting if not a bit ethically dubious.
Emerging findings in neuroscience research suggest why inspiring and supportive relationships are important -- they help activate openness to new ideas and a (Neuroscience and Leadership: The Promise of Insights http://t.co/wy7ZumlL4t)...
Psychologists have shown humans are poor judges of their own abilities, from sense of humour to grammar. Those worst at it are the worst judges of all. You’re pretty smart right? Clever, and funny too.
The Persuasion Slide is a deceptively simple new model for the process of persuasion that accommodates both traditional conscious factors as well as the often more significant and powerful non-conscious factors.
Fast Company 8 Subconscious Mistakes Our Brains Make Every Day––And How To Avoid Them Fast Company Dan Ariely is a behavioral economist who gave one of my favorite TED talks ever about the irrationality of the human brain when it comes to making...
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