The two researchers hypothesized that there might be a psychological explanation: when faced with a problem, people tend to select solutions that involve adding new elements rather than taking existing components away.
— Read on www.scientificamerican.com/article/our-brain-typically-overlooks-this-brilliant-problem-solving-strategy/
“Like an astronomer associating with astrology,” Solms writes. Neuropsychoanalysis seems to attract the punkish interdisciplinarians, those thinkers who won’t be contained by the ridigities of their respective fields. But the thing about these rebel types is that, so much of the time, they’re the ones most capable of making the wildest leaps. Not the patient, incremental advances of everyday science, but the world-historical, paradigm-shifting transformations in global consciousness. Or, in Solms’ case, a new theory of consciousness itself.
— Read on www.wired.com/story/sexy-new-theory-consciousness-will-give-you-feels/
What Is Consciousness? | Theory: Human Mind Is Electromagnetic
— Read on www.popularmechanics.com/science/amp34496675/consciousness-electromagnetic-theory/
“A binaural beat is the tone (or frequency) perceived by the brain when two different tones very close in pitch are being sent to the listener’s ears simultaneously and interfere with one another, resulting in them producing a third tone which is the difference between their pitches.”
Decades of science and a whole host of historical luminaries have all come to the same conclusion: if your work involves your brain, then the right answer is just four hours.
The funny thing is that stories of such brilliant insights spurring out of deep thought aren’t unique. Throughout history, luminaries ranging from Charles Darwin to Friedrich Nietzsche have attributed much of their genius to the many hours they spent lost in their mind.
Some movies are made to touch our heart and soul with an overabundance of sentiment. They make us come in touch with…
The other side to Mindfulness.