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LOOK: What Meditation Can Do For Your Mind, Body And Spirit

LOOK: What Meditation Can Do For Your Mind, Body And Spirit | Personality | Scoop.it
Over the past few years, meditation has evolved from an of-the-moment fad to a legitimate health craze, as research has linked the practice to everything from improved cardiovascular health to cognitive benefits. Science has even shown that mindfulne...

Via Kat Tansey, Melanie Greenberg
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Meditating will put your mind at restaurant and get rid of the stress. It helps you calm your nerves and be peaceful. It takes your mind away from everything and focuses you on what's better for you. 

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Kat Tansey's curator insight, May 14, 2:01 PM

Very nice graphic and summary of studies in this article about how meditation benefits us in so many ways.

 

Kat Tansey

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Melanie Greenberg's curator insight, May 15, 7:40 PM

Studies show #meditation can rewire your brain to be more connected and less reactive.

Christine Blyth's comment, June 23, 7:37 AM
good informative web site
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LOOK: What Meditation Can Do For Your Mind, Body And Spirit

LOOK: What Meditation Can Do For Your Mind, Body And Spirit | Personality | Scoop.it
Over the past few years, meditation has evolved from an of-the-moment fad to a legitimate health craze, as research has linked the practice to everything from improved cardiovascular health to cognitive benefits. Science has even shown that mindfulne...

Via Kat Tansey, Melanie Greenberg
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Meditating will put your mind at restaurant and get rid of the stress. It helps you calm your nerves and be peaceful. It takes your mind away from everything and focuses you on what's better for you. 

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Kat Tansey's curator insight, May 14, 2:01 PM

Very nice graphic and summary of studies in this article about how meditation benefits us in so many ways.

 

Kat Tansey

www.choosingtobe.com

Melanie Greenberg's curator insight, May 15, 7:40 PM

Studies show #meditation can rewire your brain to be more connected and less reactive.

Christine Blyth's comment, June 23, 7:37 AM
good informative web site
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People Are Like Music. Some Speak The Truth And Others Are Just Noise

People Are Like Music. Some Speak The Truth And Others Are Just Noise | Personality | Scoop.it

 People are like music. Some speak the truth and others are just noise!
We’ve all done it. That moment when a series of words slithers from your mouth and the instant regret manifests through blushing and profuse apologies.


Via Barb Jemmott
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Not everyone has a voice for music, and music can sometimes speak for itself. Some people become close to music and it's the only way they can express there selves and others just sing it because they like it. Music speaks to some people but not all.

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Personality Traits & Personality Types: What is Personality?

Personality Traits & Personality Types: What is Personality? | Personality | Scoop.it

What makes you who you are as a person? You probably have some idea of your own personality type — are you bubbly or reserved, sensitive or thick-skinned? Psychologists who try to tease out the science of who we are define personality as individual differences in the way people tend to think, feel and behave.

 

There are many ways to measure personality, but psychologists have mostly given up on trying to divide humanity neatly into types. Instead, they focus on personality traits.

 

 


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I like this one because it tells and shows you how your personality is like a puzzle. Their are different pieces you just have to put them together and everyone's pieces are different and no one is the same.

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Vicki Kossoff @ The Learning Factor's curator insight, November 21, 2013 5:36 PM

What makes you, you? Psychologists use five major traits to sketch out personality types.

Elaine LEEN's curator insight, November 22, 2013 1:27 AM

Quick overview of the OCEAN traits. The study says disagreeable men earn higher salaries...hum, maybe other factors influence this and not just personality traits. 

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How to Make a Relationship Work When Your Schedules Don’t Gel

How to Make a Relationship Work When Your Schedules Don’t Gel | Personality | Scoop.it
When it to comes to juggling work and life schedules, many partners feel like ships passing in the night. Whether it’s business travel, long hours at...

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What I like about this is that it speaks for itself. Having a lot of things to do everyday  and not begin able to see your spouse will only make it worse. Being able to fit in time for you two will make it very easy and a better paste for you

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6 Reasons Why People That Annoy You Can Make You Happy

6 Reasons Why People That Annoy You Can Make You Happy | Personality | Scoop.it

I hate to admit it, but people annoy me pretty regularly. Not only strangers and acquaintances, but those dear to me, as well! What’s wrong with everyone?! That’s what I used to wonder – what’s their problem?

 

Now I know better. When something that someone is doing annoys or irritates us, it is actually something about ourselves that we are not fully aware of.

 

This is the concept of “mirroring”. Psychology calls this projection. We are projecting that which we need to see about ourselves onto someone else so that we are able to see it. When we see that behavior in ourselves, it is called projection recall. Think of it like an actual mirror, where other people are the mirror. We cannot see ourselves clearly until we look in the mirror. The mirror does not get personal or have an agenda. It simply and truthfully reflects back
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Via Kenneth Mikkelsen
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This one shows us how their are many different people in your life who have an impact on you. The ones that gets on our nerves the most and the ones who bug us are the ones who really make our day better. 

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Info Graphics

Various Interpretive and Info Graphics.Information Organization and Visual Communication.

Via Neil Wilkins
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I really like how they put it together in alphabetic order. It was neat not messy and it all made sense. The best part I like is the middle where they tell what those kinds of foods help with.

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Neil Wilkins's curator insight, March 12, 2013 7:53 AM

Awesome vitamin food guide infographic

Giselle Durán's curator insight, September 19, 2013 3:41 PM

Why are they so important for our body ?