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The Many Ways We Deceive Ourselves

One of the central goals of yoga is seeing the world clearly. But when it comes to knowing ourselves, we often lack self-awareness about our real nature. In the Yoga Sūtras of Patañjali, this misperception is…

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Shame—Dissolving This Driving Force Behind Addiction Through Mindfulness

Scott Kiloby begins a 4-part Webinar Series on Sunday March 11. Here’s a short article to introduce you to this frequent presenter at SAND Conferences, author, international speaker and founder of the Kiloby Center for Recovery….

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It Didn’t Start With You: How Inherited Family Trauma Shapes Who We Are

by Mark Wolynn A well-documented feature of trauma, one familiar to many, is our inability to articulate what happens to us. We not only lose our words, but something happens with our memory as well. During…

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A Better Answer to Chronic Stress

By Deepak Chopra, MD and Rudolph E. Tanzi, PhD   If an epidemic is defined as a disease that affects whole populations without having a medical cure, then the epidemic of modern life is stress. Itself…

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Of Phantom Limbs and Mental Maps

by V. S. Ramachandran How Ramachandran Fooled the Brain into Easing Pain Ninety percent of amputees suffer from phantom limb pain, a feeling of discomfort where their missing limb would have been. How do you treat…

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A New Theory of Consciousness: The Mind Exists as a Field Connected to the Brain

By Tara MacIsaac Between quantum physics and neuroscience, a theory emerges of a mental field we each have, existing in another dimension and behaving in some ways like a black hole. The relationship between the mind…

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Follow Your Emotion

By Eric Baret Translated from the French by Mary Mann from his book, De l’Abandon. Fear, rage, love, sadness or any emotion with no apparent cause are bursting bubbles in a boiling magma pointing back to…

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The Danger Of Inadvertently Praising Zygomatic Arches

by Robert Sapolsky Neuroscientist, Stanford University; Author, Behave I don’t think that there is Free will. The conclusion first hit me in some sort of primordial ooze of insight when I was about 13-years old, and…

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