David B. Grinberg
29/8/2017 路 2 min read 路 ~10 路 3
To Neurologists and 8 more
Proma 馃悵 Nautiyal
28/8/2017 路 2 min read 路 ~100
To Creative Writers and 8 more
Train the Brain

Train the Brain

This happens to be oneof my favorite topics. Ever since I trained my brain to work for me the way Iwant, I feel more empowered and in control.聽It is often said that humans use only 10 percent of their brains. This made me think if only I could get...

Preston 馃悵 Vander Ven

Preston 馃悵 Vander Ven

Proma 馃悵 Nautiyal Great Insight. A friend of mine share with me a great way of 'Training our Brains'. It is very similiar to the Tweet Lance 馃悵 Scoular shared above. My friend told me to always pick a impossible goal. Than use our brain to figure out to break into possible steps. As long as the plan is sound my focus only needs to be on the next step of that Impossible Goal. While taking action toward this step, I can pick another impossible goal and do the same this. The excitement of this brainstorming will sometimes keep me up for hours. Our brain might not be a muscle, but we should treat it like one. I like to do this through conversations like this, reading, puzzles, I love math, and never stop learning.

19/1/2018
Proma 馃悵 Nautiyal

Proma 馃悵 Nautiyal

Thank you, Mohammed A. Jawad!

30/8/2017
David B. Grinberg
10/8/2017 路 2 min read 路 ~100 路 1
To Neurologists and 4 more
Melissa Hughes
9/8/2017 路 2 min read 路 +100
To Lifestyle and 4 more
Mindfulness Changes Your Brain... Literally!

Mindfulness Changes Your Brain... Literally!

Mindfulness is a pretty big buzz word these days. And beforeyou dismiss it as new-age hype, there is scientific research and neural imagingstudies to back it up. Mindfulness doesn鈥檛just change your mindset; it literally alters your brain. Anyone...

Claire L Cardwell

Claire L Cardwell

Excellent article Melissa Hughes! Meditation and practice of mindfulness has helped me immeasurably over the years.

16/8/2017
Puneet Srivastava

Puneet Srivastava

The truth of the pudding, is in discovering its taste. Plus the feeling called 'yum' can't be captured in the charts, reports & statistics put together in the world. For that can be read only on the face of the one who just had a bite into the 'yum'. Same is this stuff, which you call Mindfulness. Gud day & Gud wishes. :)

10/8/2017
David B. Grinberg
10/8/2017 路 4 min read 路 ~10 路 3
To Neurologists and 6 more
Ian Weinberg
9/8/2017 路 4 min read 路 +100
To English and 6 more
Emergence

Emergence

Somewhere in the depths of my sleep I heard a noise. Thenoise was persistent. Slowly I emerged from a deep slumber and identified thenoise as my ringing mobile phone. Then further time lapsed until I arrived atsufficient awareness to acknowledge...

Cyndi wilkins

Cyndi wilkins

At the risk of mincing words, I will do you the honor of having the last one on this subject on your own post...Perhaps we will cross paths on this again;-) Speaking of respect...That lady ER doctor, as your ' said colleague' deserves some too...which is really at the HEART of the matter...and quite frankly why I brought the heart into the discussion in the first place...It sounds like hers took quite a beating in front of a patient's husband...not to mention being berated by someone she undoubtedly has a great deal of respect for herself. It's a difficult job...but somebody's got to do it. That is how you save lives...by saving each other on the battle field ...We make mistakes...That's what makes us human but are all in this together...learning and teaching. Thank you for your time.

13/8/2017
Ian Weinberg

Ian Weinberg

Cyndi wilkins As you may have gleaned from my collective writings I am very much a proponent of other elements, including neurophysics which give rise to the human state. However we need to respect a hierarchical structure starting with anatomy and physiology at the foundation. Upon that we can build the mind- body influences (PNI) which I pioneered in the clinical domain. Then we can add in the energy interface with nonlocality. At the latter level exists resonance and not cause and effect. But to take the resonant energetic connections from nonlocality and imbibe functional significance to physical elements is incorrect. In other words energetic grids may incorporate the heart in nonlocality integrations but in physicality the heart is a muscular pump which generates a strong electric field (ECG) - it 'expresses' and amplifies mind cognition and emotion and in turn, influences the mind-brain electrically and via autonomic connections. But at the pure physical level the heart as an organ has no intrinsic emotional or cognitive function.

13/8/2017
David B. Grinberg
21/2/2017 路 3 min read 路 ~100 路 6
To Neurologists and 8 more
Sarah Elkins
21/2/2017 路 3 min read 路 +200
3 Easy Applications of Neuroscience in Real Life

3 Easy Applications of Neuroscience in Real Life

I've always been fascinated with the human brain. What's so amazing to me is how little we really know about our brain, despite decades of intensive study. And even as we learn more, there is so much that cannot be explained, like when I know my...

Simone Luise Hardt

Simone Luise Hardt

hi Sarah :) thanks for sharing your great article :) and it麓s true, there麓s still so much we don麓t know, but I guess we麓ll never know for sure ;) how any brain "works" ;) our brain is the most complicated organ of/in our body ;) it controls everything and has to deal with everything too ;) some motions/emotions are only "present" or "available" for just a second ;) and then they麓re gone ;) so trying to catch up with (and registrate ;) every single "detail" is likely infeasible ;) but to be honest I don麓t mind surprises lol ;) and being surprised can only happen if you don麓t know it all ;) Have a surprisingly great evening :) Regards Simone :) campaign@work(c)

31/5/2017
Aaron 馃悵 Skogen

Aaron 馃悵 Skogen

Love seeing this pop up again in my feed Sarah Elkins. I didn't mention it before, but I LOVE that song by Pink Martini and I heeded to hear it again this morning.

31/5/2017

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