The Six-Word Breathing Technique

The founder of existentialism, Soren Kierkegaard, saw human existence as a conversation between life and death. Only humans know we'll die, and death anxiety is part of the human condition. The existential dilemma here is that we desperately need intimacy with another, AND we are terrified of it. The need …

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Accelerate You need fuel

Both of these together seem to provide the best metabolic and neurogenic benefit (eg, HIIT once or twice a week, endurance training three to four times weekly), but if you do just one type, do endurance workouts for 30-60 minutes. If you're struggling with this, don't beat yourself up about …

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Nothing to hide, lose or prove

So guess what happened when they noticed that negative superlatives work 30% better to get readers attention than positive ones, or that average click-through rates on negative headlines skyrocket and are a whopping 63% higher than that of positive headlines? But slowing down, whether through self-care rituals like taking a …

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Two-way talent

Exams might be coming, but guess what? The antiparkinsonian medications amantadine and selegiline can also make it hard for people to fall asleep or stay asleep, due to their stimulant effect. My mom had this problem. With advanced Parkinson's, she would sometimes experience excessive dyskinesia, which she took amantadine to …

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Fly with eagles

When you really want to feel less depressed, anxious, stressed, or stop cognitive decline, then you will be successful even if it takes some false starts or you fall off the wagon at times. They won't smooth over your lips, and they won't add enough shine. And don't go matte …

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Give and take

People with positive mindsets display positive behavioral patterns which create positive results on every level of life. Cost, lack of available trained clinicians, and stigma associated with seeking mental health services are some of the most common barriers to accessing clinical care. Drop-in support groups are especially nonthreatening and do …

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Trust builds engagement

Say you postpone doing a certain task during your normal workdays. It is all mine to use and to have. The One Infinite Mind, the One Infinite Intelligence, always says yes to me. No matter what I choose to believe or think or say, the Universe always says yes. I …

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Your inner circle

Try it out and figure out what works best for you. Mindfulness will also be your ally as we move deeper into the era of the selfie and the status update. It is extraordinarily difficult to remain present with what's happening right in front of you when there is intense …

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Body image in women

When you're done, do one or more of the tasks that you and your anxiety have identified, and also do something that's fun, grounding, or soothing. The Hands-On Grounding practice is quick and comforting, and the Rejuvenation practice can also help you spend some healing imaginal time in your favorite …

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Learning and play supplies

Beyond your more focused list making, writing in a stream-of-consciousness way can help you mindfully express your anxieties, become aware of them, and organize them physically. This may seem like a simplistic activity, but it's specifically suited to what anxiety does, why it arises, and how it works; Attending to …

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Self-esteem in women

The major policy implications of this change in the medical model will play out in a progressive fashion. Whether you agree with the transhumanist enhancement/ augmentation model of health or not is irrelevant, the fact remains that this is a very likely probability for the future of medical technology. As …

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A prepared environment: setting the stage

Famous historical figures who allegedly had autism: This is just a partial list. As you can see, these are people who had a great deal of influence in their respective times and places. The inference that all of these people had autism diminishes the implications of the diagnosis. This is …

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Grammar, physics, phonics - yes, it can be fun

You get a credentialed expert on the subject to basically invent the narrative out of whole cloth, and then throw in the backing of a major university, and ultimately publish these ideas in academic journals and call it science. This is how a very few people control how the masses …

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Concrete communication: solid words

It's really quite sinister. So, what exactly are they hoping to accomplish by insinuating that autism has been with us all throughout human history, and has been an integral component of our evolution? They are trying to put a positive spin on autism. They are trying to create autism without …

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Special Asper-needs

Others create a circular or seemingly disorganized list that visually represents many different activities and ideas and serves as a loose guideline in which items may never be crossed off. Still others create a list of lists and sublists that spread out over their workspace. There are many ways to …

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Futility with a Capital G

Variation: Resourcing with Your Anxiety If you're dealing with intense anxiety, you can focus inside yourself and find an area in your body that feels calm and grounded right now -- not to repress your anxiety, but to open your focus to include the physical sense of unhurried stability that exists …

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The Wicked Witch is dead.

Your learning process should work for you. It's important to use these practices in your everyday life, and especially when you're struggling. When your anxiety arises and you feel unsettled, see if the Grounding and Focusing practice helps. You can do it in a split second once you learn the …

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The unexpected redhead

Or when you're in the presence of someone who's in emotional turmoil, you can experience their difficulty and also connect to your own inner sources of grounding, peace, and stability. Resourcing gives you ways to clearly identify difficulties and clearly identify your extensive internal resources in the exact same moment …

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Damned If You Do and Damned If You Don't

This website and campaign was set up by a non-profit called the Autistic Self Advocacy Network. This is a perfect example of the social engineering tactic known as the Overton Window. This concept64 is used to shift the public consciousness to accept as normal more and more bizarre ideas gradually …

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How to Kill a Patient: Part 1

There are indeed real spraying programs going on, this is not a crazy conspiracy theory. One of the chief proponents of these programs is named David Keith, from Harvard University. The stated purpose for these geo-engineering programs is to try to reverse the damage caused by runaway climate change. So …

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In It for the Long Haul

Then, later, we'll examine how this all relates to the creation of super soldier programs. Does this sound ridiculous? Stick around awhile. We're only just beginning to expose all of the many diverse facets of the agenda that is engineering the autism epidemic. The next aspect of the autism epidemic …

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A Good Death

These disorders are not just random symptoms that have always afflicted mankind at this scale. There is a massive eugenics campaign going on behind the scenes with this. Then we will examine the social engineering strategies that they are using to normalize these conditions and bring about the demand for …

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Awareness of Mortality

And, the answers to these questions are not going to be comfortable ones, as the implications of these answers would seem to indicate that there is an interdisciplinary, purposeful, well thought out, deliberate, negligent and/or nihilistic agenda at play. Let's begin by looking at what is on everyone's mind …

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Death on a Plate

Whichever way this practice works for you is the right way. You can also use the Emotional Vocabulary Lists in article 2 to find words for the specific intensity levels of each emotion you feel. Remember that a stronger emotional vocabulary -- all by itself -- can increase your ability to regulate …

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Best Ways to Explore Options and Think Through Confusion

IARPA is currently funding a project called MICRONS47, whose goal is to mesh neural networks with existing models of neuroscience research, and find that secret algorithm that makes the brain capable of training with far less input using a predictive model. Designing algorithms that mimic autism learning through Bayesian decision …

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Best Ways to Focus Your Attention

This parchment should have a calming feeling to it or a gentle color that can absorb whatever you place or project onto it. Now, you can project, envision, write, speak, or just think your agreements onto this parchment -- whether they're emotional expectations, intellectual ideas, physical rules, spiritual concepts, or entire …

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Best Ways to Innovate or Create

When you can get these behaviors, relationships, and agreements out in front of you, you can begin to observe and individuate from them. In this protected space, you can see yourself not as an unwitting victim of your behaviors or the situations in your life, but as an upright individual …

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Your Most Effective Decision-Making Strategies

It would appear that, in addition to the development of advanced artificial intelligence systems, there is also an ongoing agenda to re-engineer mankind to become more compatible for machine interface. My speculation is that this process is being observed and measured by the dramatic uptick in psychological disorders, such as …

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How smart am I?

Keep breathing softly, counting to three on the inhale through your nose and counting to five on the exhale through your mouth, until you feel rooted and aware. Thank the emotions that help you ground and focus yourself. Thank your soft sadness, which helps you relax, let go, and rejuvenate …

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Perceive differences as a deficit

Accessing Your Relaxed and Stable Attention Being grounded means feeling stable, calm, relaxed, focused, embodied, and integrated. When we talk about being here now, it's important to realize that your body is always here now. Your body can remember the past and imagine the future, but it lives only in …

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The more we share, the more we have!

Bateson's model of the theory of mind41 outlines some important distinctions that will be important to understand the mechanisms used for the purpose of control. Let's start by outlining what Bateson's definition of mind is. The following precepts are Bateson's Criteria of Mind as conveyed in his 1972 article titled …

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Uses influence with others to connect

These scientific disciplines were created for the purpose of quantifying and controlling consciousness, using the whole systems principles implemented by the cyberneticists. And, the agenda, and the push of the cybernetics movement, was controlled from the top down by the same small groups of financiers supplying the resources to the …

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What kind of support do you need?

Also, unstable work or unemployment, because they may feel or actually are endangering to your basic survival, will likely require heightened emotional responses as you struggle to care for yourself and meet your responsibilities. How is your community? Are you in a healthy community where you feel comfortable and welcome …

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Righteous Believing

Nothing else. We do not even control much of our mental life, which is largely automatic, according to modern cognitive science. Everything else--especially externals like health, wealth, reputation, and so forth, we can try to influence, but ultimately depend on a combination of other people's actions, as well as on …

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Thinking Logically

Hoarding has a number of features that overlap with OCD. These include indecisiveness, perfectionism, checking, and doubting. It is not uncommon for people who are diagnosed with OCD to indicate during a clinical assessment that they also have hoarding symptoms. However, the reverse is not true--those with HD are less …

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Fascinated by the future

The world is a better place because Arrian preserved Epictetus's teachings. Countless have benefited from his insights into how the cosmos work and how to behave toward others. More broadly, the endurance of Stoicism across the millennia is a testimony to the basic pragmatism of its doctrines and to the …

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