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Evolve your Brain - Verändern Sie ihr Bewusstsein
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Evolve your brain Ein 2-stündiges Seminar mit Dr. Joe Dispenza ( weltbekannt geworden durch den Erfolgsfilm "What the bleep do we (k)now!?" ) Wie kommt es dazu, dass wir trotz der unendlichen Möglichkeiten, die sich uns bieten, immer wieder die selben Realitäten erschaffen? In dem inspirierenden, zweistündigen Seminar "Evolve Your Brain - Von der Wissenschaft, seinen Geist zu verändern" erläutert Dr. Joe Dispenza (www.bleepkongress.de) wie sich das Gehirn entwickelt, wie es neue Fähigkeiten erlernt, wie wir darauf Einfluss nehmen können und wie unsere Gedanken chemische Reaktionen in Gang setzen können, die uns von Verhaltensmustern und Gefühlen abhängig machen - auch solchen, die uns schaden! Wenn wir verstehen, wie diese Muster entstehen, können wir sie nicht nur durchbrechen sondern wir können unser Gehirn auch umprogrammieren, so dass wir neue, positive Verhaltensmuster entwickeln, die uns im täglichen Leben von Nutzen sind. Dr. Joe Dispenza wurde bekannt durch seine Forschungen in der Neurologie und Neurophysik. Er beschäftigt sich seit Jahrzehnten mit dem menschlichen Gehirn - wie es funktioniert, wie es Informationen speichert und warum es dazu neigt, die selben Verhaltensmuster immer wieder zu wiederholen.

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Evolve your Brain - Verändern Sie ihr Bewusstsein
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Evolve your brain Ein 2-stündiges Seminar mit Dr. Joe Dispenza ( weltbekannt geworden durch den Erfolgsfilm "What the bleep do we (k)now!?" ) Wie kommt es dazu, dass wir trotz der unendlichen Möglichkeiten, die sich uns bieten, immer wieder die selben Realitäten erschaffen? In dem inspirierenden, zweistündigen Seminar "Evolve Your Brain - Von der Wissenschaft, seinen Geist zu verändern" erläutert Dr. Joe Dispenza (www.bleepkongress.de) wie sich das Gehirn entwickelt, wie es neue Fähigkeiten erlernt, wie wir darauf Einfluss nehmen können und wie unsere Gedanken chemische Reaktionen in Gang setzen können, die uns von Verhaltensmustern und Gefühlen abhängig machen - auch solchen, die uns schaden! Wenn wir verstehen, wie diese Muster entstehen, können wir sie nicht nur durchbrechen sondern wir können unser Gehirn auch umprogrammieren, so dass wir neue, positive Verhaltensmuster entwickeln, die uns im täglichen Leben von Nutzen sind. Dr. Joe Dispenza wurde bekannt durch seine Forschungen in der Neurologie und Neurophysik. Er beschäftigt sich seit Jahrzehnten mit dem menschlichen Gehirn - wie es funktioniert, wie es Informationen speichert und warum es dazu neigt, die selben Verhaltensmuster immer wieder zu wiederholen.

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Advancing Spiritual Awareness: Spirituality: Re...
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Reason and faith are paradigms that are poles apart, reflecting vastly different attitudes from which one looks at the world. Reason is linear content (conflict, left brain), while faith is nonlinear context (coherence, right brain). In this seminar, Dr. Hawkins demonstrates the contrast between these paradigms, pointing out that they are completely different processes for synthesizing information. He reveals the step that switches us from the left brain to the right brain. Also included is an in-depth discussion on guilt and the karmic purpose of human life, the evolution of human consciousness. Dr. Hawkins shows us how spiritual intention totally changes everything. And ultimately when the blinders are removed, the essence of all that exists shines forth. 1. Language: English. Narrator: David R. Hawkins. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/veri/000057/bk_veri_000057_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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The Years That Matter Most: How College Makes o...
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The best-selling author of How Children Succeed returns with a devastatingly powerful, mind-changing inquiry into higher education in the United States.Does college still work? Is the system designed just to protect the privileged and leave everyone else behind? Or can a college education today provide real opportunity to young Americans seeking to improve their station in life? And it introduces us to the people who really make higher education go: admissions directors trying to balance the class and balance the budget, College Board officials scrambling to defend the SAT in the face of mounting evidence that it favors the wealthy, researchers working to unlock the mysteries of the college-student brain, and educators trying to transform potential dropouts into successful graduates.With insight, humor, and passion, Paul Tough takes listeners on a journey from Ivy League seminar rooms to community college welding shops, from giant public flagship universities to tiny experimental storefront colleges. Whether you are facing your own decision about college or simply care about the American promise of social mobility, The Years That Matter Most will change the way you think - not just about higher education, but about the nation itself. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Paul Tough. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/163650/bk_acx0_163650_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Alive AG 6410767 Film/Video DVD 2D Deutsch, Eng...
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Ein 2-stündiges Seminar mit Dr. Joe Dispenza (weltbekannt geworden durch den Erfolgsfilm "What the bleep do we (k)now?").nnWie kommt es dazu, dass wir trotz der unendlichen Möglichkeiten, die sich uns bieten, immer wieder dieselben Realitäten erschaffen?nIn dem inspirierenden, zweistündigen Seminar "Evolve Your Brain - Von der Wissenschaft, seinen Geist zu verändern" erläutert Dr. Joe Dispenza wie sich das Gehirn entwickelt, wie es neue Fähigkeiten erlernt, wie wir darauf Einfluss nehmen können und wie unsere Gedanken chemische Reaktionen in Gang setzen können, die uns von Verhaltensmustern und Gefühlen abhängig machen - auch solchen, die uns schaden! Wenn wir verstehen, wie diese Muster entstehen, können wir sie nicht nur durchbrechen sondern wir können unser Gehirn auch umprogrammieren, so dass wir neue, positive Verhaltensmuster entwickeln, die uns im täglichen Leben von Nutzen sind.nDr. Joe Dispenza wurde bekannt durch seine Forschungen in der Neurologie und Neurophysik. Er beschäftigt sich seit Jahrzehnten mit dem menschlichen Gehirn - wie es funktioniert, wie es Informationen speichert und warum es dazu neigt, dieselben Verhaltensmuster immer zu wiederholen. Joe Dispenza ist Doktor der Chiropraktik der Life University in Atlanta, USA. Er hat Biochemie studiert und forscht im Bereich Neurologie, Neurophysiologie und Hirnfunktion.

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The embodied mind
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Seminar paper from the year 2007 in the subject American Studies - Linguistics, grade: 1,3, University of Bonn (Institut für Anglistik, Amerikanistik und Keltologie), course: Cognitive Linguistics, 20 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: The 2.000 year old dichotomies of mind versus body and inner self versus external world are still ubiquitous in Western spontaneous philosophy (in Gramsci's sense), science and education. However, they cannot be empirically testified. On the contrary, more than thirty years of rich evidence from interdisciplinary cognitive science leave no doubt that the human mind is embodied in our entire organism and embedded in the world.The nature of our everyday sensory (i.e. visual, auditory, haptic, olfactory, gustatory, vestibular) and motoric experience, which is interactive and could be described as "organism-environment co-ordination" (Johnson & Rohrer 10), constitutes our "species-specific view of the world" (Evans & Green 45). Moreover it serves as information on the "opportunities and costs of acting in the environment" (Proffitt 110) and thereby at least indirectly (i.e. via our individual conceptual structures derived from embodied experience of our natural and socio-cultural environment) guides our (linguistic) behaviour. Perception (i.e. processing of information obtained by our sensory system), cognition (i.e. conceptual representation of perceptual input and off-line employment of the concepts), consciousness (i.e. confluence of distinct phenom-ena such as first-person-perspective and volition) and action do not form clearly divided sys-tems of brain activity but function as continuum of ongoing interaction between our body, mind and ambiance. They are "not merely contingently in individuals, they have also evolved together." (Rosch & Thompson etc. 173)This paper will sum up the most fundamental findings from the branches of cognitive linguistics, psychology and neuroscience, giving account of the neural and mental structures and processes that link all (in equal measure physical) aspects of our existence. More precisely we are going to see how mechanisms of thought such as image schemas, conceptual domains and even metaphors are derived from bodily experience and how they are embodied themselves in the brain structure. Metaphor in particular will be looked at as a conceptual rather than purely linguistic device that structures our world view (including our political and scientific stance, cf. Lakoff Why the embodied... 33), language and social action in place of some universal, disem-bodied reason (which is a Rationalist illusion). Further we will be concerned with embodied language understanding on the basis of neural computation over so-called Perceptual Symbol Systems. Finally the reader will learn about the Neo-Whorfian notion of language as a "shaper of thought" (Evans & Green 98) and why it does not contradict the Embodied Realist model of semantic structure encoding conceptual and ultimately perceptual structure.

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Teaching and Learning English at Primary Level....
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Seminar paper from the year 2015 in the subject English - Pedagogy, Didactics, Literature Studies, grade: 1,7, University of Koblenz-Landau, language: English, abstract: Looking back, many adults remember school not only as a place and time of friendships and personal development but also as a time of boredom, restrictions and even fear. It does not take today's neurobiological knowledge of the brain to guess that a boring and fearful atmosphere is not the best learning environment. Instead, children1 should be taught in a way that is inspiring, fun and caring. A good opportunity for providing this type of teaching is through language classes in primary school.Some years ago, the governments of the German federal states decided to establish English as a first foreign language to be taught from as early as first grade. This enables English teachers to introduce children to the English language in a playful and natural way. Games, art activities, outdoor action and other activities can be combined with learning English. In addition, songs and rhymes can be used as age-appropriate teaching modules.This paper examines how songs and rhymes in primary school English classes support learning and focuses on vocabulary learning: Why and how is vocabulary taught? What is the role of songs and rhymes in teaching English? These two aspects will then lead to the main research question: How do songs and rhymes support vocabulary learning? The approach is to examine relevant literature on primary school education and English lessons with a focus on vocabulary learning and on songs and rhymes.According to the research concern, the paper first gives insight into vocabulary teaching (chapter 2). Next, it explores why and how songs and rhymes can be part of teaching English. Chapter 4 then examines songs and rhymes as a means of teaching vocabulary. The conclusion summarizes the findings concerning the research question. Shou

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Bigorexia. When 'big' isn't big enough.
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Seminar paper from the year 2010 in the subject Psychology - Miscellaneous, Atlantic International University, language: English, abstract: The term 'bigorexia nervosa', along with another synonym 'reverse anorexia', are nicknames for muscle dysmorphia. Muscle dysmorphia is deemed to be a sub-type of body dysmorphic disorder. It is seen primarily in men who usually perceive themselves as puny, or not muscular enough. The man or boy with muscle dysmorphia is bombarded with obsessive thoughts that their muscles aren't big enough and feel small and weak, even though, in many cases, they may actually have large, strong muscles.The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, fourth edition (DSM-IV) describes body dysmorphic disorder (BDD) as a preoccupation with a defect in appearance. The defect is either imagined or minor, but if a defect is present, the individual's concern about the defect is markedly excessive in comparison with the severity of the defect (Claiborn & Pedrick: 2002). Sufferers of Muscle Dysmorphia, like others with BDD, see parts of their body as defective. This excessive preoccupation with body size and muscularity causes the sufferer to feel small when they're actually big.In Paterson (2008), muscle dysmorphia is defined as a syndrome seen in both men and boys who feel dissatisfied with their bodies, not believing they are muscular enough. Morgan (2008) explains that at the 'root' of muscle dysmorphia is a distortion of body image. Body dysmorphia occurs almost exclusively in males and is a condition that consists of believing that one cannot be big enough (Andersen et al: 2000). In the Psychology Today magazine of 1997, it was reported that 43% of men interviewed were dissatisfied with their overall appearance, this is a dramatic increase form 15% in 1972 and 34% in 1985, so much so that Claiborn & Pedrick (2002) suggest that male body image dissatisfaction is catching up with that of women. Andersen et al. (2000) purports that more men than ever are dissatisfied with their weight, but unlike women, half of them want to get heavier, almost always in the form of increased muscle. In Phillips (2009) we discover that approximately one-quarter of men with body dysmorphic disorder are preoccupied with their overall body build.Morgan (2008) suggests that muscle dysmorphia exists at the end of a spectrum of behaviours designed to reshape the body. A strong parallel with body dysmorphic disorder is the 'imagined' status of the defect in appearance, the brain of the bigorexic sufferer sees a perfectly normal body shape...

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Superslow Process
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Superslow processes are processes in which values change so little that their capture is very difficult because of their smallness in comparison with the measurement error. Most of the time, the superslow processes lie beyond the scope of investigation due to the reason of their superslowness. Multiple gaps can be easily detected in biology, astronomy, physics, mechanics, economics, linguistics, ecology, gerontology, etc. Traditional scientific research in this area was focused on the describing some brain reactions. In 2003, the term superslow processes was brought to wide attention by Russian mathematician Vladimir Miklyukov who founded Superslow Processes laboratory on the base of the Volgograd State University (Russia). Reports of seminar members are published yearly in Notes of the Seminar ''Superslow Processes''.

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