Psyche and Cerebrum

Author: John Niemeyer Findlay

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Category: Mind and body

Page: 62

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Psyche's Palace: How the Brain Generates the Light of the Soul

Author: David Aaron Holmes

Publisher: David Aaron Holmes

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Category: Science

Page: 284

View: 711

This pioneering theoretical model of consciousness deftly bridges the chasm between science and spirituality--with a bridge of literal and figurative Light. Conventional wisdom in neurobiology holds that the brain is nothing more than a complex biocomputer, whose neurons' sole purpose is to process and transmit information. Psyche's Palace proposes a new theory--that the brain creates this brilliant sound and light show directly upon the convoluted surfaces of the cerebral cortex. A filigree of sparkling pixels suspended in the crystal-clear fluid of the cerebral cortex forms the live and luminous theater in which the external world is continuously recreated. Everything you see and hear and feel must be sculpted directly from the bioluminescence of vast, oscillating networks of neurons. The brain is simply the material substrate that holds the exuberance in place. What if it actually is true--what the wise have always said--that YOU ARE the pure Light of consciousness that shines within?

Soul, Psyche, Brain: New Directions in the Study of Religion and Brain-Mind Science

Author: K. Bulkeley

Publisher: Springer

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Category: Medical

Page: 278

View: 213

Soul, Psyche, Brain is a collection of essays that address the relationships between neuroscience, religion and human nature. Kelly Bulkeley's book highlights some startling new developments in neuroscience that have many people rethinking spirituality, the mind-body connection, and cognition in general. Soul, Psyche, Brain explores questions like: what can knowledge about the neurological activities of the brain tell us about consciousness? And what are the practical implications of brain-mind science for ethics and moral reasoning?

Psyche and Brain

The Biology of Talking Cures

Author: Fred M. Levin

Publisher: Routledge

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Category: Psychology

Page: 352

View: 288

This book contains essential data necessary to develop both a learning theory and a theory of therapeutic change for psychoanalysis. It approaches how the mind-brain deals with the acquisition, transfer, modification, and utilization of information.

Unlock Your Mind

"A calm mind is a solid and focused mind."

Author: Zayd Haji

Publisher: Zayd Haji

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Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 235

View: 126

How will this book help you? I have seen miracles happen in real life of people in the world. Magic can happen with anyone. People grow inferior to rich and wealthy to the poor in reality within magic, and I have perceived that in the realm. It only happens when men and women realize their purpose of birth. Why do they birth in this beautiful world? Why their existence is essential? These question pops up in my mind when I start to know myself: my inner talent and my hidden skills. I started developing my skills to a professional level from a beginner. I try to acquire more knowledge about the profession I chose to be successful. I tried feeling my mind to focus on one thing that is my goal. I grasped the subconscious mind to act the way I want it to function. I allowed my mind to take a break and feel useful information. Take my decisions and every step in my life carefully. I followed people who are already master and excel in my field. I keep my update with knowledge. I used techniques to train my mind and accomplish my plans. I started thinking openly in my life. I took the help of the power of thought and concentration to achieve my goals. Learning about the subconscious mind, I achieve a lot in my life and helped my family and friend with this information—that why I thought to share my knowledge with this book to millions out there. This book designed to teach you the way of thoughts comes in mind to train your brain to reach your goals, thinking open-mindedly, minding your business by investing in yourself. Create your destiny with this book by making your mind calm and focus. "A calm mind is a solid and focused mind." - Zayd Haji

Brain and Psyche

The Biology of the Unconscious

Author: Jonathan Winson

Publisher: Vintage

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Category: Science

Page: 322

View: 274

A neurologist presents evidence for locating the unconscious--Freud's concept--within the actual physiology of the brain, in a study that explains current knowledge about perception, memory, sleep, dreams, and Freud's theory of the unconscious

Intelligent System Algorithms and Applications in Science and Technology

Author: Sunil Pathak

Publisher: CRC Press

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Category: Computers

Page: 428

View: 190

The 21st century has witnessed massive changes around the world in intelligence systems in order to become smarter, energy efficient, reliable, and cheaper. This volume explores the application of intelligent techniques in various fields of engineering and technology. It addresses diverse topics in such areas as machine learning-based intelligent systems for healthcare, applications of artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things, intelligent data analytics techniques, intelligent network systems and applications, and inequalities and process control systems. The authors explore the full breadth of the field, which encompasses data analysis, image processing, speech processing and recognition, medical science and healthcare monitoring, smart irrigation systems, insurance and banking, robotics and process control, and more.

The Brain and the Psyche

Author: United States. Joint Publications Research Service

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DAWN OF THE LIFE

Dialogues and Essays

Author: John O'Loughlin

Publisher: Centretruths Digital Media

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Category: Philosophy

Page: 244

View: 566

DAWN OF THE LIFE is a composite of two projects, viz. 'The Transcendental Future' (1980) and 'The Way of Evolution' (1981) and therefore combines dialogues with essays in a largely philosophical text which has the merit of both a lengthy introduction and a summational aphoristic appendix, as per custom for John O'Loughlin's works at this comparatively early stage of his development as a self-taught philosopher, or thinking literary writer. The 'dawn' in this instance is a new one, and the 'life' has more to do with eternity than with anything temporal, much less infinite or even finite.

A Knowledgeable Approach to Truth

Author: John O'Loughlin

Publisher: Centretruths Digital Media

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Category: Education

Page: 347

View: 199

A KNOWLEDGEABLE APPROACH TO TRUTH is Volume One of John O'Loughlin's 'Collected Essays' and embraces material from five other titles, some in part, some in total, dating from 1977-81. The title is intended to be slightly tongue-in-cheek about approaching truth from such an egotistically if not egocentrically physical standpoint, but that is what the author was doing back in the late 1970s, at what was a comparatively early stage of his philosophical development, when he had yet to earn his aphoristic spurs or, rather, wings.