Jung's view of neurosis

Jung's view of "neurosis" and how staying in present time, i.e.: feeling your ...

Why Doctors So Often Get It Wrong

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Trusting the Observer: A Neglected Factor

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Once you've let go of what you don't want, you can create what you do want in its place...

Botox may deaden perception, study says

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Brain on Religion

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Brain Waves and Meditation

What is the function of the various brainwaves? It is well known that the brain is an electro...