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Tips to Play the Didgeridoo

Aug 22, 2016 | | Say something

  If you plan to learn how to play the didgeridoo, this article will work. With these guidelines below, you will see that it is much easier than you think. Playing Position Posture is important when playing your didgeridoo. It is best to be comfortable and in an upright position. The sound you hear when […more]

Open your eyes and look at what is going on

Aug 17, 2016 | | Say something
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This is the latest Anonymous message to the global public. Anonymous Message for August 2016 – You have to watch this! We need to disconnect from the Matrix! #OperationMatrix

Cognitive Dissonance Theory explained

Aug 5, 2016 | | Say something
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The Big Bang Theory helps us to understand the theory of Cognitive Dissonance in layman’s terms. (or not)

Anxiety Disorder And Panic Attacks: How Cognitive Behavior Therapy Can Help You.

Jul 8, 2016 | | Say something
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In order to understand exactly what Cognitive Behavior Therapy involves, it’s necessary to de-construct the three-word term. By de-construct I mean that we will examine each of the three words separately to increase our understanding of the whole. Cognitive The first part of CBT is from the Latin cogito I think. Some of you might […more]

Feng Shui for the Conference Room

Jun 19, 2016 | | Say something
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Things can happen fast in meetings, or they can drone on for hours will little progress or inspiration. If you want to use every trick available to get ahead, make sure you get a spot at the table that has no negative or stagnant chi. Where to sit in a conference room 1) Sit where […more]

NEURALTA BRAIN POWER Liquid Capsules and Cognitive Impairment

Jun 6, 2016 | | Say something
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It stands to reason that the older we get the more our body deteriorates, both physically and mentally. The brain is no exception. We start having trouble remembering the names of people we met recently, remembering the flow of a conversation, and maybe even a tendency of misplacing things. We normally become aware of all […more]

Cognitive Skills Retraining & Recovery

May 28, 2016 | | Say something
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Cognitive Skills Retraining & Recovery Once a heavy accident that involves trauma to the brain, it is usually necessary for a patient to bear cognitive skills retraining. This is often a therapeutic process with the goal of improving memory, attention span, organization, downside solving and decision creating skills. In some cases, the goal of the […more]

Mind Over Munching: Weight-loss Through Mindfulness

May 22, 2016 | | Say something
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Why are you overweight? Why can’t you lose weight? It comes down to two things: eating too much and eating the wrong food-and most likely eating too much of the wrong food. So, why do we eat too much, and why do we eat the wrong food, when we know with absolute certainty this will […more]

Americans: Government corrupt, elite serving only themselves

Mar 13, 2016 | | Say something
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Americans: Government corrupt, elite serving only themselves amen. while the sheeple have been keeping up with their sports and leisure while their trusted representatives have been stealing their country and feeding them a big crap sandwich and we are about out of bread and will only have the crap left but don … Read more […more]

Everyone Tries to Out-Trump Trump

Mar 9, 2016 | | Say something
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In a Trump-Free Debate, Everyone Tries to Out-Trump Trump If Donald Trump becomes president of the United States, the world will be a much more dangerous place. A thoughtless, impulsive, thin-skinned lunatic obsessed with his own machismo is not someone you want in charge of the most powerful military (not to … Read more on RollingStone.com