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THREAD General HealthHealth Tips
12 Posts • 4886 Views
Health & Wellness Forum
It seems that there are more and more claims about what is good for you and what is not. One minute bananas will help fight cancer, the next they will give it to you. Then there was the no carbo...
THREAD Intelligence, Memory & BrainThe Restless Mind - The Constantly Thinking Mind
2 Posts • 1890 Views
Psychology Forum
The natural tendency of the mind is to be restless. Thinking seems to be a continuous and ongoing activity. The restless mind lets thoughts come and go incessantly from morning till night. They give u...
THREAD Religion & HumanityIs Budhism a religion or philosophy?
11 Posts • 8737 Views
Religion Forum
This was the perfect thread for me, rang lots of bells. I love the way you guys are thinking. I have a very interesting religious background, my mum is Jewish , brought up in a very strict Jewish...
THREAD Mental Organisation…
1 Posts • 1319 Views
Psychology Forum
Is it possible, given the fact that the same information can be placed in different areas of the brain in different people (or the same person at different times), that, we can choose where to place o...
THREAD Godreincarnation
28 Posts • 12122 Views
Philosophy Forum
Hmm, I wrote an essay about this a short while ago. Anyhoo, Buddha says: 1. Ignorance is the condition for mental formation. 2. Mental formation is the condition for consciousness. 3. Conscio...
THREAD 7 x 7 = 49
4 Posts • 2068 Views
Science & Technology Forum
The number seven is significant in religion, and I'm sorry, I don't know why. I posted this in religion because life is religion according to Confucius . My interpretation of religion is...
THREAD Emotions & FeelingsEmotional freedom technique - A Method of Repression, Not Freedom.
5 Posts • 17048 Views
Psychology Forum
Hi Mitizaro - thanks for posting and I appreciate you confirming my ideas using your experiences. I will of course search for other ways/sources of info on this but since i ACTUALLY AGREE with all if...
THREAD God in ReligionWhy Do You NOT Believe In God?
192 Posts • 31565 Views
Religion Forum
My experiences with euporia far underweigh my experiences with pain and suffering, so it isn't the best to judge my perspective, I'll just say that in general I am fairly tortured internally...
THREAD Rehab & AddictionWhat differentiates the habitual narcotic user and the recreational narcotic user.
7 Posts • 10697 Views
Health & Wellness Forum
Since I did not try smoking weed until i was in my twenties I have plenty of practice "escaping." This site for instance was one of the ways I used to escape my reality. Often times when...
THREAD Conscious and Sub-ConsciousConsciousness is just the tip of the iceberg
24 Posts • 10856 Views
Psychology Forum
About eleven million bits of information are passed form our senses to our brain every second. Out of this eleven million we can only be consciously aware of sixteen. The rest of the information is pr...
THREAD Religion & HumanityThe Disease of Religious Fundamentalism
19 Posts • 5048 Views
Religion Forum
A religion is a formal belief system. Spirituality is anything but. Religion is an attempt to communicate with the other world through prayers, fasts, ceremonies, meditation, song, etc. That i...
THREAD Intelligence, Memory & BrainMind Clear, Attention and Continuance Exercise…
1 Posts • 1676 Views
Psychology Forum
There is a technique I came up with, which is really an adaptation of other techniques I have been shown in the past, or just learnt naturally… The first technique is that of clearing the mind. N...
THREAD Paranormal & PseudoscienceWhy do you think people can have psychic abilities?
17 Posts • 9400 Views
Science & Technology Forum
Just a little update on the mention of psychic tips in that court case before I respond. The investigators that searched the area the body was found weeks before it was found were actually private inv...
THREAD Emotions & FeelingsConerning emotions and feelings.
6 Posts • 1776 Views
Psychology Forum
We all have this thing in us known as the black box. Noam Chomsky and others have theorized that every human has it. The faculty of language is our unique ability to communicate emotions that have evo...
THREAD Gender PsychologyI Hate Women
84 Posts • 28124 Views
Psychology Forum
"The truth is, what is." - Lenny Bruce. I'm afraid that what all of us are facing here, all from our different perspectives, is a glimpse of the realm of resolving dualities....
THREAD Mental IllnessAre insane people really insane
23 Posts • 7884 Views
Psychology Forum
As usual I fell to communicate well in my post so I am trying to restate a past post in this post. There's people who tell you that they see flying gaint insects or gaint caterpillers telling t...
THREAD Intelligence, Memory & BrainRemoval from Working Memory...
12 Posts • 2038 Views
Psychology Forum
i think i drifted from the main point as i do always. Anyway i doubt removal from working memory is something that can be controlled easily. As in i can never take something out of my mind, i have...
THREAD Out of the Corner of Your Eye…
6 Posts • 2779 Views
Philosophy Forum
I guess the main thrust of what I was saying was about the phenomena of the mind bringing the perception, of say a bird viewed out of the corner of the eye, from the outer area of sight. It is brought...
THREAD Life & DeathWhat is the soul?
194 Posts • 32294 Views
Philosophy Forum
Sub-conscious is definitely a better term to describe this part of us than instinct and agree with what you say about the sub-conscious mind. Intuition would have been my choice but I know that would...
THREAD Conscious and Sub-ConsciousConsciousness is just the tip of the iceberg
24 Posts • 10856 Views
Psychology Forum
Thanks for the meditation idea Angel of death. I'll try it next time I'm camping, since there are so many mirrors around here. From what I understand about the brain, consciousness/sub-consciousnes...
THREAD Eastern Philosophy is comfortable
1 Posts • 1359 Views
Philosophy Forum
Pythagoras invented pythagoras' theorom. He found that by rearranging triangles into different shapes we essentially could rearrange them into a kind of square with a gap representing a square in...
THREAD Religion & HumanityGrand Religious Theories
16 Posts • 4732 Views
Religion Forum
I'm not sure I know what you're asking, but here it goes: There is a scientific explination of the spiritual world, we just have not found it. It is like a mirror reflection of the p...
THREAD ChristianityIs God in your church
18 Posts • 3772 Views
Religion Forum
This is the core issue. All abrahamic religions have hell. Maybe all religions do. If there is a hell, there is a punishment, there is fear. As I outlined above, the conscience is YOURS. If anyone ret...
THREAD God in ReligionThe Problem of Evil
202 Posts • 32142 Views
Religion Forum
Right...lets try and nail this. In short, evil will not exist eternally, everywhere. God will. That does not mean it doesnt exist somewhere, at some time. We have two types of 'knowledge'...
THREAD Scorpion
15 Posts • 3978 Views
Stories & Poetry Forum
Leningrad Task Force 30 miles off the coast of Maine 100 meters below the surface 8:13 Eastern Standard Time The telltale hum of computers were comforting to Valkerie, who had been raised betwe...
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