Phil Friedman
15/11/2017 · 4 min read · ~10 · 9
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Ian Weinberg
15/11/2017 · 4 min read · ~10
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Reflections of a mirror

Reflections of a mirror

Did it ever occur to you how you made that choice of ‘A’over ‘B’ and how you had to live with the consequences of your choice?The choice was made in the very front of your brain, thepre-frontal cortex (PFC), which sitsjust under your...

Ian Weinberg

Ian Weinberg

Thanks for that Dorothy Cooper

29/12/2017
Dorothy Cooper

Dorothy Cooper

Refreshingly simple explanations and entertaining to read as well as inform! I look forward to reading more material and enhancing my own understanding of the brain.

28/12/2017
Kathy MItchell
29/8/2017 · 3 min read · ~100 · 1
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The 5 Best Exercises to Increase Your Happiness

The 5 Best Exercises to Increase Your Happiness

Exercise and happiness There are numerous benefits of regular workouts, and there are various types of exercises. Each exercise has its specialty. The study shows that regular workouts can not only enhance your overall health, but it can also make...

Kathy MItchell

Kathy MItchell

Thanks!

31/8/2017

Anonymous

I totally agree. I practice almost every day. Also walk through nature and always I can dance. If you move, the mood never falls....

29/8/2017
Roger Hilleboe
10/5/2017 · 1 min read · ~100
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Love and Hate

Love and Hate

This is a painting about symbolic conflict.It uses two symbols: the Swastika, an ancient religious symbol co-opted by the Nazi Party, and the Heart, a religious ideograph that dates back to the 13th Century.Adding faces to these ancient symbols...

Javier 🐝 beBee
23/10/2016 · 1 min read · ~10 · 1
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Lisa Gallagher
16/10/2016 · 1 min read · ~10
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xThe Prime Directive - The Brain As An Information Reduction Machine

xThe Prime Directive - The Brain As An Information Reduction Machine

I have deleted the contents of this article. Fortunately, it still exists so you can still learn how your brain works to reduce information it has to deal with. That explains a good deal about memory, perceptions of events, the use of labels and...

Harvey Lloyd

Harvey Lloyd

"Heuristics" is where choice lies and success begins from a practical lifestyle of learning. I agree with the many points that are made here . The question for us to consider is whether the brain controls us or we the brain. I myself believe we have some level of the latter. Twenty years of inputs into a brain in a unique walk known as "you" creates a huge data set. Managing the data set based on the inputs is one set of issues and the need for "Heuristics" and once self aware (an area of self that is a challenge to achieve) we can develop intake filters we create to better parse the data stream. Intake filters consist of values that we aspire to maintain within the social/professional envelope. When confronted with another human do i seek to understand "first" then be understood would be such a value or filter. When participating with a team am i focused on the outcome or the individual speaking. Developing habits that screen data a certain way is a our best chance to not pick up the bitter aspects of personal emotional challenges. The faith part comes from the need to believe that if my filters are honorable, my interactions follow these filters then, the right outcome will be achieved. This belief has to come in spite of others actions where their filters may be more of a personal agenda. From this personal perspective i would state that the earlier we become self aware of the need for these values/filters of interaction the less damaging data we imprint on our brain. Ultimately meaning that the imprints don't go away permanently but rather must be managed after we become self aware of our parsing values go in place.

23/10/2016
Javier 🐝 beBee

Javier 🐝 beBee

Faith and determination is what beBee have to go on growing a lot ! Faith without determination don't take you to your goals. Good article that made me think. Thanks

23/10/2016

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