Monthly Archives: February 2013

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Copy of Ordinary Mirrors Shadow Work 30 day Journal

Copy of Ordinary Mirrors Shadow Work 30 day Journal


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Weight Training: 30 Day Guided Journal

Weight Training: 30 Day Guided Journal

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Moments of spirituality can induce liberal attitudes, researchers find

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Moments of spirituality can induce liberal attitudes, researchers find
People become more politically liberal immediately after practising a spiritual exercise such as meditation, researchers have found.

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Preventing chronic pain with stress management

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Preventing chronic pain with stress management
For chronic pain sufferers, such as people who develop back pain after a car accident, avoiding the harmful effects of stress may be key to managing their condition. This is particularly important for people with a smaller-than-average hippocampus, as these individuals seem to be particularly vulnerable to stress.

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30 Day Journals:

30 Day Journal: Weight Training for Every Person

30 Day Journal: BED Binge Eating Disorder



30 Day Journal: Retrieving your self from the Human Shadow

Is the internet frustrating you? Do you fear technology? Is promoting your site or products failing while consuming your time? 

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 It took 5,000 hours to uncover these secret tools. Now, they are yours. Your book, product, concept or group before the world FAST I was there. I’m a therapist and spent 10 years trying to promote blogs, books, Cd’s, and move up the search engines. It failed despite 3 hours per day hard work. But, 5,000 hours researching gave way to answers and solutions that were easy to use and cheap (most free). Saving time and having fun was plus with these methods. Making an internet presence, manipulating social media to be effective, and driving web traffic to sites: it happened. And, fast.

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Subliminal Hypnosis Cd’s and MP3 downloads at Amazon.com 

 Internet Rainmakers All: Symbolism, tools and more for presenting yourself on the Net

Main Mental Health Website for Boise Bipolar Center. Click this link 

Catalog of Subliminal Hypnosis Audios 

Books on symbolism, tragedy, transformation, transcendence 

Brazil Bipolar: Transtorno Bipolar 

Zen Living for Mental Health 

Gitter Done Books and Media 

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30 Day Journals:

30 Day Journal for Weight Training 

30 day journal for BED Binge Eating Disorder 

30 day journal for retrieving your power and self from the Human Shadow 

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Why some soldiers develop PTSD while others don’t

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Why some soldiers develop PTSD while others don’t
Pre-war vulnerability is just as important as combat-related trauma in predicting whether veterans’ symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder will be long-lasting, according to new research.

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Social capital — the benefit of Facebook ‘friends’

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Social capital — the benefit of Facebook ‘friends’
Intense Facebook usage is found to have a positive effect on psychological well-being, according to a new study. 

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Trustworthy mating advice deepens bond between straight women and gay men

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Trustworthy mating advice deepens bond between straight women and gay men
A new psychology study suggests the glue that cements the unique relationship between gay men and straight women is honest, unbiased relationship advice.

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Children with brain lesions able to use gestures important to language learning

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Children with brain lesions able to use gestures important to language learning
Children with brain lesions suffered before or around the time of birth are able to use gestures — an important aspect of the language learning process — to convey simple sentences.

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Horses don’t get stage fright — but their riders do

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Horses don’t get stage fright — but their riders do
It is well known that horses show symptoms of stress when ridden but relatively little attention has been paid to the effects on their riders. This is surprising, as equestrian sports rely on the close cooperation between the animals and their riders. How does the horse-rider team cope with the stress involved in competing in an equestrian event?

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Horses don’t get stage fright – but their riders do

ScienceDaily: Stress News
Horses don’t get stage fright – but their riders do
It is well known that horses show symptoms of stress when ridden but relatively little attention has been paid to the effects on their riders.  This is surprising, as equestrian sports rely on the close cooperation between the animals and their riders.  How does the horse-rider team cope with the stress involved in competing in an equestrian event?

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Sports, shared activities are ‘game changers’ for dad/daughter relationships

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Sports, shared activities are ‘game changers’ for dad/daughter relationships
The most frequent turning point in father-daughter relationships is shared activity — especially sports — ahead of such pivotal events as when a daughter marries or leaves home, according to a new study.

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New evidence for link between depression and heart disease

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New evidence for link between depression and heart disease
Interleukin-6, an inflammatory biomarker associated with cardiovascular disease, is significantly higher in patients with major depression, a study has found.

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Happily married couples consider themselves healthier, expert says

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Happily married couples consider themselves healthier, expert says
An expert says that people who have happy marriages are more likely to rate their health as better as they age; aging adults whose physical health is declining could especially benefit from improving their marriages.

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Facial structure may predict endorsement of racial prejudice

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Facial structure may predict endorsement of racial prejudice
The structure of a man’s face may indicate his tendency to express racially prejudiced beliefs, according to new research.

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GPA may be contagious in high-school social networks

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GPA may be contagious in high-school social networks
High school students whose friends’ average grade point average (GPA) is greater than their own have a tendency to increase their own GPA over the course of a year, according to new research.

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A dozen red roses may not be as welcome as washing the dishes on Valentine’s Day

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A dozen red roses may not be as welcome as washing the dishes on Valentine’s Day
As audiences chuckle at films such as new romantic comedy “I Give It A Year”, researchers have been looking at what keeps couples together after the flurry of Valentine’s Day romance is over.

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Does ‘I love you’ mean your relationship is in trouble?

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Does ‘I love you’ mean your relationship is in trouble?
Affectionate behavior may not be all that it seems, according to a new study by a relational communication expert.

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Does ‘I love you’ mean your relationship is in trouble?

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Does ‘I love you’ mean your relationship is in trouble?
Affectionate behavior may not be all that it seems, according to a new study by a relational communication expert.

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A dozen red roses may not be as welcome as washing the dishes on Valentine’s Day

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A dozen red roses may not be as welcome as washing the dishes on Valentine’s Day
As audiences chuckle at films such as new romantic comedy “I Give It A Year”, researchers have been looking at what keeps couples together after the flurry of Valentine’s Day romance is over.

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GPA may be contagious in high-school social networks

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GPA may be contagious in high-school social networks
High school students whose friends’ average grade point average (GPA) is greater than their own have a tendency to increase their own GPA over the course of a year, according to new research.

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Happily married couples consider themselves healthier, expert says

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Happily married couples consider themselves healthier, expert says
An expert says that people who have happy marriages are more likely to rate their health as better as they age; aging adults whose physical health is declining could especially benefit from improving their marriages.

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Facial structure may predict endorsement of racial prejudice

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Facial structure may predict endorsement of racial prejudice
The structure of a man’s face may indicate his tendency to express racially prejudiced beliefs, according to new research.

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Neural basis for benefits of meditation

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Neural basis for benefits of meditation
Mindfulness meditation training in awareness of present moment experience, such as body and breath sensations, prevents depression and reduces distress in chronic pain. Scientists have now proposed a neurophysiological framework to explain these clinical benefits.

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We’re emotionally distant and that’s just fine by me: Closer relationships aren’t necessarily better relationships

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We’re emotionally distant and that’s just fine by me: Closer relationships aren’t necessarily better relationships
When it comes to having a lasting and fulfilling relationship, common wisdom says that feeling close to your romantic partner is paramount. But a new study finds that it’s not how close you feel that matters most, it’s whether you are as close as you want to be, even if that’s really not close at all.

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We’re emotionally distant and that’s just fine by me: Closer relationships aren’t necessarily better relationships

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We’re emotionally distant and that’s just fine by me: Closer relationships aren’t necessarily better relationships
When it comes to having a lasting and fulfilling relationship, common wisdom says that feeling close to your romantic partner is paramount. But a new study finds that it’s not how close you feel that matters most, it’s whether you are as close as you want to be, even if that’s really not close at all.

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Neural basis for benefits of meditation

ScienceDaily: Spirituality News
Neural basis for benefits of meditation
Mindfulness meditation training in awareness of present moment experience, such as body and breath sensations, prevents depression and reduces distress in chronic pain. Scientists have now proposed a neurophysiological framework to explain these clinical benefits.

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