(Exploring Your Mind) In an increasingly competitive and individualistic world, knowing collaborative thinking could help society a lot. In the face of the challenges that await human beings, it’s essential to learn to think together in order to shape a better future.
(Justin Deschamps) There are several pillars of living that once embraced make everything else better in our lives. Often these pillars force us to face our fears and grow. Life improves, not because it’s without challenge, but because we face challenges and in doing so grow stronger and wiser. Communication is one of these pillars. Without effective communication, most of the things you enjoy in life fall apart. There is a science to communication, ancient wisdom that we still use in the modern world in certain places. If we took this wisdom and used it everywhere we could, almost every problem you can imagine can be dealt with as a collective effort.
(Gerald Sinclair) In this day and age, we tend to forget the powers within ourselves. Healing is not always something doctors do, if you are someone who heals others on an energetic level chances are you don’t even know it.
(Joe Martino) For centuries art has been used as a tool for telling the human story. What we look like, what we do, artistic expressions of our society – all are encompassed in centuries worth of art.
(Barry Brownstein) Civil society seems to be waning. People are losing respect for the conditions that allow human beings to flourish, warns Jonah Goldberg in his book Suicide of the West: How the Rebirth of Tribalism, Populism, Nationalism, and Identity Politics is Destroying American Democracy.
(George Monbiot) There’s nothing they need, nothing they don’t own already, nothing they even want. So you buy them a solar-powered waving queen; a belly button brush; a silver-plated ice cream tub holder; a “hilarious” inflatable zimmer frame; a confection of plastic and electronics called Terry the Swearing Turtle; or – and somehow I find this significant – a Scratch Off World wall map.
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(Justin Deschamps) Relationships are one of the most important aspects of human life. No matter who you are, or what your spiritual status is, you need to interact with other people, to help you realize personal goals, express yourself in ways others appreciate, and enjoy the rewards that come from fellowship and togetherness. Yet in our world, the science of what makes relationships work has been hidden to the detriment of all people. Ultimately, all relationships are contractual, based on the laws of social interaction, the mechanics of free will and consciousness. Understanding these laws and how to use them in social settings empowers us to have authentic, rich, and deeply satisfying relationships. It all starts with honesty and a dedication to the truth.
(Jacob Devaney) Researchers are perplexed by recent studies that have placebos performing very well compared to new and experimental pharmaceuticals. Meanwhile the science of Psychoneuroimmunology (PNI) is echoing what mystics and shaman have been saying forever which is that we have untold powers to heal ourselves!
(Carolyn de Lorenzo) Let’s face it: Relationships have their ups and downs. Even in the best scenarios, disagreements, misunderstandings, and conflict can flare up from time to time. There’s also pretty much no one who doesn’t encounter various forms of stress on a semi-regular basis. And everyone encountering this kind of distress is 100 percent looking for something that can make them feel better after the fact. Well, according to a new study from the Department of Psychology at Carnegie Mellon University, something as simple as a hug can help calm you down after encountering a fight or stressful situation. Isn’t that just a breath of fresh air? I think so, too.
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(Stillness in the Storm Editor) As someone keenly interested in solving the world’s problems, I began studying psychology with greater enthusiasm and focus several years ago. Since beginning that research project, what I have uncovered about the human condition, how it forms, and what factors are the most influential, the childhood experience is one of the […]
(Teresa Yanaros) This is the first amendment of the Bill of Rights of the United States of America, approved by Virginia’s legislature in 1791. How deeply has our country defaulted on this promise? Ideas and words that free the minds of the people have a history of being stifled, and that wave is about to break. With the uprise in censorship of alternative media outlets across the board, the need for speaking up is more vital than ever before. Why is it that attempts to silence our voices are increasing? What ideas are the people expressing that those in power desperately want to be eradicated from public consideration?
(Lance D Johnson) The people who are closest to you are subtly shaping your brain and influencing the way you behave and think. Researchers have found that when two or more people spend a lot of time together, their brainwaves find compromise and likeness, syncing together. The coherence grows stronger as they spend more time together. The study highlights the importance of choosing friends wisely.
(Richard Enos) Stuart Hill is a resident of Shetland, ‘Scotland.’ Scotland is in quotation marks here because Hill believes that Shetland is not, and never was, a part of Scotland. Nor does he think it is part of the UK, or the European Union, for that matter.
(Richard West) Hugging. It can be one of the most powerfully healing ways of connecting with someone, releasing the bonding hormone oxytocin into our systems. It can help us to feel connected, release emotions and experience love. However, if you, like me, are quite sensitive to other people’s energies, it can also pose a problem. Empathic people often take on other people’s ‘stuff’ just by being in close proximity to them.