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Feb
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comment Is it normal for men in long term relationships to want to have sexual relationships with other women?
wonder what types of answers you would get if you asked this question in the 60's and 70's (swingers).
Feb
9
comment What is depersonalization and derealization disorder from a neurological point of view?
FYI -giving this bounty to @caseyr547 but will need to wait 23 hrs.
Feb
9
comment What is depersonalization and derealization disorder from a neurological point of view?
wow that was very helpful, thank you. I threw a bounty on for 50 points for you, but can't award it to you until 23 hours.
Feb
9
accepted What is depersonalization and derealization disorder from a neurological point of view?
Feb
9
asked How does cognitive science explain distant intentionality and brain function in recipients?
Jan
28
comment What is depersonalization and derealization disorder from a neurological point of view?
@caseyr547: I think I am asking about the disorder....although I thought as soon as it was experienced, it was a disorder in the person.
Jan
28
revised What is depersonalization and derealization disorder from a neurological point of view?
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Jan
28
comment Can the daily use of two or more languages impact cognitive capacity?
in theory, theory and practices are the same...
Jan
27
accepted How to achieve homeostasis and cognitive closure, while living with more infinite unanswered questions and concrete explanations?
Jan
27
asked What is depersonalization and derealization disorder from a neurological point of view?
Jan
26
comment When we are sad, why do we feel pain in our stomachs?
"The concentration on the exhalation creates great energy in the lower abdominal region. The body's energy center is not in the head or upper body but in the major nerve groups located from the solar plexus to the lower abdomen. All martial arts are traditionally based on this breathing. Strong action of the body-mind takes place during the exhalation. During inhalation, a person is weakest and most vulnerable." nozt.org/zazen.shtml#anchor443082
Jan
25
comment How to achieve homeostasis and cognitive closure, while living with more infinite unanswered questions and concrete explanations?
nice, thank you.
Jan
25
revised How to achieve homeostasis and cognitive closure, while living with more infinite unanswered questions and concrete explanations?
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Jan
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asked How to achieve homeostasis and cognitive closure, while living with more infinite unanswered questions and concrete explanations?
Jan
25
comment Can scientific evidence support concepts of the soul?
@caseyr547: "because it would be non-material..." that makes science very narrow and constricted.
Jan
25
comment Does law of attraction have psychological basis?
@nick-stauner: +1 fair enough
Jan
25
comment At what age are women perceived to be most attractive?
I was going to say 75 but that's just me...
Jan
24
comment Does law of attraction have psychological basis?
@nick-stauner: I completely get the skepticism...but it is hard to ignore certain life experiences that defy common scientific findings. I am not saying there is a formula for this either but rather elements that perhaps science has yet to explore or is outside of our awareness. Did you get a chance to watch the video? Re: "it means whatever vibrations we create are an infinitesimal fraction of overall activity. " yes, I do agree but also relative to the size of the world your awareness is part of.
Jan
23
comment What causes a person to be curious, inquisitive and explorative?
is it possible to reach homeostasis and/or cognitive closure while living with more infinite unanswered questions an or concrete explanations?
Jan
23
comment Does law of attraction have psychological basis?
@nick-stauner: the idea is that everything in reality is energetic vibration, a thought a physical object an intent...the "vibrations" that we have free will in creating do effect what we experience to some degree, this I know for sure.