The Thalamus – a Brain Part that Can Make Liars of Us All
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Do you get angry when you’d rather not?  Have you tried ‘shouting an obsession or phobia out?’ – you know, that old trick about going ‘STOP!’ and that’s supposed to interrupt the response before it happens (but it still happens). Are you frustrated you have emotional responses before you can consciously control them?  Do you […]

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Living Deliberately by Michael Neill
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I work in educational administration management.  I believe my role is to help empower students in freeing themselves from social traps; poverty and crippling social conditioning.  Whenever I feel the day has been in any way a failure (which is rare) I focus on this overall mission and it lifts me.  I relate everything I […]

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Birth of an Obsession: Did You Lock the Door?
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Well, did you lock the door?  Did you really lock the door or do you just think you did? A pal was describing to me how her mum has to keep going back to check she locked the door and has been diagnosed with OCD.  In this post I am going to talk about what […]

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Mindmapping to Balance the Left and Right Brain
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Mindmapping is an approach that helps in exploring new ideas; recording your life experiences and working through emotional issues. As often as I can I swing open my A4 journal to draw an A3 sized mindmap across two pages. I start with a central point (such as the date) and then link off from it on […]

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Tim Kitchen poem – Song for the Redundant Man
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A Better Way (Song for The Redundant Man) Now they don’t want me, now they don’t care Might just as well go back to bed, up those wooden stairs. They took it all away from me, everything I knew Now it’s all gone and there’s nothing I can do. I wondered if it would happen, […]

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