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Meet the man who bumped his head and woke up with a brand new talent

  Published by BBC2, March 11th 2017, Facebook page. To watch from original source please click here  

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Scientists identify brain areas altered during hypnosis

Distinct areas of the brain show altered activity and connectivity during hypnotic trances in individuals who are highly hypnotizable, researchers have discovered. These changes in neural activity underlie the focused attention, enhanced somatic and emotional control, and lack of self-consciousness … Continue reading

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TED Talks with Dr Joe Dispenza

“Mind is the brain in action, the brain at work…thoughts and self suggestion can trigger stress…meta-cognition: self observation…new brain circuits…intention…” watch the 17 minute long film below to find out more about the science of changing your brain. The repetition … Continue reading

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Consciousness revealed

When we consider the evolution of the human species, what makes us human is not defined by our unique human functions, such as opposable thumbs, abstract thinking, reasoning, or computational abilities—those are good. The defining feature of our species is … Continue reading

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Serotonin: discover the effects of this hormone in your body and mind

Discover the basic principles of serotonin’s importance by reading the following article. With the help of hypnotherapy we can learn to mentally stimulate the presence of this hormone in our body. Hypnosis can help us get to sleep more easily and to incorporate … Continue reading

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How anxiety scrambles your brain and makes it hard to learn

Find few tips for anxious students in the article below. With the help of hypnotherapy, we may learn to employ those tips from a hypnotic state. This may encourage the quick assimilation of positive and realistic self talk. It may … Continue reading

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How Oxytocin Acts on Brain Cells to Prompt Social Behaviors

Neuroscientists at NYU Langone Medical Center have discovered how the powerful brain hormone oxytocin acts on individual brain cells to prompt specific social behaviors — findings that could lead to a better understanding of how oxytocin and other hormones could … Continue reading

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