Can brain anatomy and function account for psychiatric conditions? – A New Vision for Mental Health
Can brain anatomy and function account for psychiatric conditions? – A New Vision for Mental Health — Read on www.newvisionformentalhealth.com/2022/09/26/can-brain-anatomy-and-function-account-for-psychiatric-conditions/ —-Here she is going a little deeper… So good ! 👽 x
Rp The role of mind in neuroscience
After failing to find anatomical or functional correlates of a variety of psychiatric conditions, Dr. Sarah Durston (neuroscientist and Professor of … The role of mind in neuroscience —— If you are not as concerned about the philosophical side and want to hear just about the biological side of mental disorder and diagnosis from the…
The Shit is Hitting the Fan: The Covert Sound Philosophy just dropped
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The Covert Sound Philosophy: having already come to an idea of you.
soundcloud.com/usertransspace/holy-cow New album coming…2022 Stay in tuned. — Only through darkness we come unto light. 👽 There is only the Two. Open and Closed. The covert sound philosophy includes all possibility of knowledge. That which closed in knowledge (real modern-postmodernity ) is reckoned only through what is open (truth).
3 Types of Awareness
Awareness is the state of mind in which one is consciously mindful of his or her physical body, mental states, circumstances, climate, and conditions… 3 Types of Awareness
Experiments in Human Kindness
The logic of being human. The next time someone annoys you or when you get angry at someone for something they do… Attempt to change your viewing. Of course, first acknowledge that you are feeling whatever way. Then consider the possibility involved in their “wanting” with relation to why you might be annoyed or angry.…
Not Emotional, but Rational?
Is there a time when you are not emotional? That is, when you’re awake at least. 😄 What is that state? Is the only time you are emotional is when you are “feeling“ emotions? What are you feeling when you’re not feeling emotional? Are you then “thinking“ emotional? It’s kind of an interesting exploration into…
A friend used to have a blog called “in the salt mine”. And I only recently have I come up on a kind of funny ironic play on words: “The world is like a mine. And I go dig through it. My mind is not a mine. But what I find out about the world…
The Unconscious Mind, Part 2
Here is the link to the part one post concerning the unconscious mind. It seems obvious. An Unconsciousness seems to be a good name for what is occurring in oneself, as a feature of the mind: There is this, in a way, Whole Consciousness which is made up of parts which are functioning at all…
The Unconscious Mind, Part 1.
The other day I had a brief discussion with someone about psychology. In particular, his extended comment was a quasi-semi-theoretical proposal that was based upon the psychological idea of the Unconscious, the notion that there is something “underneath” the common every day experience of being conscious. I thought his proposal ( I don’t remember what…
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