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Wednesday, December 2, 2020

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"Many Lives, Many Masters" is the true story of a prominent psychiatrist, his young patient, and the past-life therapy that changed both their lives. 


As a traditional psychotherapist, Dr. Brian Weiss, M.D., graduating Phi Beta Kappa, magna cum laude, from Columbia University and Yale Medical School, spent years in the disciplined study of the human psychology, training his mind to think as a scientist and a physician. He held steadfastly to conservatism in his profession, distrusting anything that could not be proved by traditional scientific method. But when he met his 27-year old patient, Catherine, in 1980, who came to his office seeking help for her anxiety, panic attacks, and phobias, he was taken aback at what unfolded in the therapy sessions that followed, which jolted him out of his conventional ways of thought and psychiatry.

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Robert Ballard, one of the world's most famous underwater explorers, has set his sights on proving the existence of one of the Bible's most well known stories. The archaeologist who discovered the Titanic discussed his findings from his search in Turkey for evidence of a civilization swept away by a monstrous ancient flood.
"We went in there to look for the flood," Ballard said. "Not just a slow moving, advancing rise of sea level, but a really big flood that then stayed... The land that went under stayed under."

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Senses are the physiological capacities within organisms that provide inputs for perception. The senses and their operation, classification, and theory are overlapping topics studied by a variety of fields. Depictions of the five traditional senses as allegory became a popular subject for seventeenth-century artists, especially among Dutch and Flemish Baroque painters. A typical example is GĂ©rard de Lairesse's Allegory of the Five Senses (1668), in which each of the figures in the main group allude to a particular sense. Take a look and see if you can recognize the depiction of the five senses:


Take a close look at the painting and see if you can recognize the depiction of the Five Senses:

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A dream is mental activity occurring during sleep and includes images, thoughts and emotions. Some believe that a dream has the power to unify the body, mind, and spirit, by providing you with insight into your own self and as a mean to self-exploration. Some believe dreams bring you messages from the paranormal universe while others find dreams as the expression of a person's deepest fears and desires. 


Most dreams occur in conjunction with rapid eye movements; hence, they are said to occur during REM-sleep, a period typically taking up 20-25% of sleep time. Infants are believed to dream during about 50% of their sleep time. Dreams occurring during non-REM periods are said to occur during NREM-sleep. Researchers have found that different kinds of dreams occur in REM and non-REM sleep. REM dreams tend to involve strong socially aggressive emotions, while non-REM dreams tend to involve friendly, non-threatening social interactions.

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What is Hidding in the Unconscious Mind?


"Incognito" explains how learning more abaut the unconscious portions of our brain can teach us more about time, reality, conciousness, religion and crime and what scientists are learning about this hidden world of cognition. Eagleman is a Neuroscientist at Baylor College of Medicine, University of Texas in Houston, where he directs the Laboratory for Perception and Action.  He explains that everything we think, do and believe is determined by complex neural networks battling it out in our brains.