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    Lack of motivation and excitement

    TL;DR: I have no hobbies (and no will to make one) and nothing is interesting for me anymore. Hello people, I am a 21-year-old guy, currently in my second semester in a university. 3 years ago I have been through some tough family issues and at the same time, I was rejected by the girl I...
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    Am i delusional..

    I dnt knw sometimes i think my beliefs are delusional ...in the sense they are different...some of them include_- 1.My belief in science particulary psychology..how i could utilize it to change and improve myself.. i mean to an extent that is practically impossible..to attain ..i...
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    What does the OCD brain look like?

    I find it's always important to remember that living with OCD means that there is some type of malfunctioning going on in the brain. This can help you attribute the disorder to simply that, a disorder and can help with recovery. I've found some interesting research on what goes on inside the OCD...
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    Fish Consumption And Diabetes Risk

    There’s little question that fish contain environmental pollutants such as mercury and PCBs with, generally, bigger fish such as shark and tuna containing more and smaller fish like sardines containing less. That’s been common knowledge between health researchers for a while now. The real...
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    The best of everything

    Doesn't it make sense in relation to all human knowledge & wisdom, within all areas; East & West, religion, spirituality, philosophy, science, the humanities, mythology etc - to take the best of everything & to create a syncretic / Universal Wisdom. Especially within an Age of Globalisation &...
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    Cosmic Pantheism

    Cosmos on Nautilus: Cosmic Pantheism "Modern cosmology may rule out a personal God, but leaves open a broader conception of divinity. By Mary-Jane Rubenstein Aren’t those opposites?” people often ask me, when they discover I study science and religion. As a professor of religious studies, I am...
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    Science Confirms That People Absorb Energy From Others

    Science Confirms That People Absorb Energy From Others - Science Confirms That People Absorb Energy From Others - Reflection of mind "Have you ever felt like being depleted of energy when with a person? A bad vibe often surrounds this experience. According to science, everything is energy and...
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    Was Buddha Just a Nice Guy? - Dean Radin

    Was Buddha Just a Nice Guy? - Dean Radin - YouTube Published on Jan 8, 2014 Did Buddha's teachings survive and thrive because he was more attractive or charismatic than most, or because he was a great teacher and a tireless advocate of the poor? Or— and here's the core question I'll explore...
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    My Nightmare On Seroquel

    My Nightmare On Seroquel PART 1 This essay examines my own personal tragic experiences with Seroquel and the doctors who prescribed it over a period of 6 years. This drug has taken away from me the best years of my life, and almost completely destroyed me. Therefore the tone of this essay will...
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    When is art a better tool for understanding mental illness than science?

    When is art a better tool for understanding mental illness than science? https://aeon.co/videos/when-is-art-a-better-tool-for-understanding-mental-illness-than-science The Norwegian artist Edvard Munch (1863-1944) – best-known for his painting The Scream (1893) – was a key figure in the...
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    Why the Human Brain Project Went Wrong--and How to Fix It

    Why the Human Brain Project Went Wrong--and How to Fix It - Scientific American Two years in, a $1-billion-plus effort to simulate the human brain is in disarray. Was it poor management, or is something fundamentally wrong with Big Science? In 2013 the European Commission awarded...
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    High Castle Blade Runner

    https://steveawiggins.com/2016/05/12/high-castle-blade-runner/ Growing up evangelical, one of the popular topics of conversation was crypto-christians. (My spellcheck insists that this is a lowercase expression.) Crypto-christians are people, generally famous people, who might be secretly...
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    Philosophy of Psychiatry

    Philosophy of Psychiatry (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy) Philosophical discussions of mental illness fall into three families. First, there are topics that arise when we treat psychiatry as a special science and deal with it using the methods and concepts of philosophy of science. This...
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    The Science of Reincarnation

    The Science of Reincarnation | Virginia Magazine [A lot of comments to the article]
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    Helping science out a bit.

    Cause of schizophrenia is as follows: Evil fucks. Yeah they can do that. If you were to study the evil fucks that can do this you'll get all of your answers to the causes and how it all works. Can't lie though, sure as fuck does look like a disease. No one would ever know would they. Thats...
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    The Congruence & Confluence Of Spirituality & Psychosis

    I would like to support the idea that psychosis and spirituality not separated, but when the two are considered even a layer beyond skin deep insight appears. Psychosis and spirituality are in fact interdependent and related. The orientation of the west toward more secular science and to leave...
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    Something Unknown is Doing We Don't Know What

    Something Unknown Synopsis | Something Unknown “There are only two ways to live your life; One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as if to everything is. I believe in the latter” Albert Einstein A FASCINATING SPIRITUAL JOURNEY INTO THE SCIENCE BEHIND PSYCHIC EXPERIENCES Award...
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    Gabor Maté: The Mind/Body Connection

    https://soundcloud.com/user-585394721/gabor-mate Physician and award winning author, Dr Gabor Mate, discusses his research at the intersection of addiction, science, psychology, and compassion
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    only one certainty in life

    Life it seems is one big vanity fair. All that glitters is not gold. The louder people shout the longer they take to insist on being right usually means its quicksand philosophy. And I have had more than enough of that. I think the only thing that has integrity is the meer kat they keep it...
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    Sci-Art-Met - International Symposium for Science, Art & Metaphysics

    Sci-Art-Met - International Symposium for Science, Art & Metaphysics The International Symposium for Science, Art and Metaphysics (Sci-Art-Met) aims to be a platform for discussion, collaboration as well as holistic, creative and critical action on a global scale. Supporting the best of...