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Unity Consciousness Wired into Our Brains

According to the personal account of Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor's massive stroke recovery in My Stroke of Insight, she notes that during the eight years of living mostly with right-brain functioning that she was constantly in a state of bliss.…

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Multi-tasking Amnesia

Multi-tasking is productive but impairs memory retrieval greatly. Encoding of memories into the hippocampus happens best when the prefrontal cortex can focus on one thing at a time. How much of your life is fading away into the background because…

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Our Truths at War

Each of us vacillates between truths battling for attention and dominion: closeness and solitude, autonomy and independence, caregiving and mastery, certainty and uncertainty, and the list goes on.  According to Dr. Daniel Siegel "Mindsight (mindfulness or meditation) permits us to…

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Gray Matters

According to Dr. Daniel J. Siegel, author of Mindsight, the right side of the brain creates an "AND" stance, while the left creates an "OR" point of view.  "AND" becomes an inclusive mindset that leaves room for the shades of…

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We are Figments of Our Own Imagination

According to Dr. Jill Bolte-Taylor, Neuroscientist and author of My Stroke of Insight, hard-wired directly into the right hemisphere of our brain is the ability to perceive nirvana, oneness with all beings, unity consciousness, egoless existence, and the miraculous power…

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The White Rabbit Effect

Feed your head! The body ages as brain speed declines. Acetylcholine is a neurotransmitter associated with learning and neural firing speed.   "When the brain loses acetylcholine, it sends a death code to the organs and hormone-producing glands of the…

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Music can Prevent Dementia

According to a study published in the New England Journal of Medicine, playing a musical instrument and dancing were among the best activities to reduce the risk of dementia.  Songs and melodies running through our minds gives a vivid charge…

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A Joke to Improve Cognitive Abilities

Can a joke improve your cognitive abilities?  According to a New York Times article, maintaining a positive mood makes it easier to find solutions to problems, including solving puzzles, noticing details, and seeing the big picture.  It is believed that…

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Developing Intuition Can Make You Smarter

What does intuition have to do with intelligence? Being in touch with your emotions and the emotions of others not only makes you seem smarter, it actually improves your memory.  This is because it uses the prefrontal cortex.  Unless you…

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