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Your Brain Is Not for Thinking
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Your Brain Is Not for Thinking

5 min read “Your Brain Is Not for Thinking” is described as “a surprising lesson from neuroscience” in an article in the New York Times with the same title. Written by Dr. Lisa Feldman Barrett, professor of psychology at Northeastern University and the author of Seven and a Half Lessons About the Brain, who describes this conclusion that the...

The Urgent Need for a Psychiatrist in the White House
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The Urgent Need for a Psychiatrist in the White House

4 min read And the even more urgent need for meditation… Slowly, but only slowly, there is some kind of understanding that perhaps politicians are not the most intelligent people to handle planet Earth and our future, and that perhaps they are a very real danger to our survival. In the U.S. the latest President, Donald Trump, is...

Psychology of Freedom
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Psychology of Freedom

3 min read Freedom Has Two Sides Q: Meditation has given me the sense of freedom of not belonging to any particular place, country or even nationality. It’s really great. I’ve felt able to move about without much fear and to be committed without feeling imprisoned. Why then, after nine years, do I feel a bitter sadness mixed...

Meditation: The Psychology of the Buddhas
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Meditation: The Psychology of the Buddhas

5 min read Today’s Psychology Is Not Comprehensive Enough to Shift Human Consciousness. It Only Studies the Mechanical Aspects of Human Behavior and the Mind This havoc can be witnessed in angry explosions on social media, among political, religious, and, celebrity rivals, and riotous outbursts in the streets. It seems the world has gone made. Osho explains: “The...

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