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The blood stream that causes the problem

erson suffering from allergies has a strong but unbalanced immune system a person suffering from an autoimmune disease also has a strong but on balanced immune system to understand the conce

Health

Posted by: Ncuhv Wnayv

Posted on: 18 Dec 2014

How To Buy Health Insurance - Brief Overview

The dilute oftentimes examines the clapper to see the unspecialised verbalise of wellbeing of the longanimous. The organ is the articulator utilized by the body for connexion. Similarly, we determine...

Engineering

Posted by: Jones Jos

Posted on: 18 Dec 2014

How To Have A Sharp Mind

Health

Posted by: Olivo Olivoadam26 Adam

Posted on: 18 Dec 2014

Frontiers forms publishing agreement with ETH Zurich

We are delighted to inform you that ETH Zurich holds a Central Invoicing agreement with Frontiers

Science

Posted by: Frontiers

Posted on: 17 Dec 2014

10 big breakthroughs coming soon

Research on PDX models featured

Health > Oncology > Gynecology Oncology

Posted by: Ronny Drapkin

Posted on: 17 Dec 2014

4 Vital Factors to Consider While Buying Surgical Equipment

Health care industry needs these instruments today and the market is booming with leading suppliers who provide affordable surgical instruments online.

Health > Surgery > Orthopedic Surgery

Keywords: Surgical Instruments

Posted by: Daniel B Clark

Posted on: 15 Dec 2014

Tips to Stay in Good Health at College

Too frequently, students start thinking about their health and living style when it’s too late. The dismissal of simple rules of healthy living sometimes brings unhealthy habits that stay with them...

Society > Education > Higher Education

Keywords: tips, college, good health

Posted by: Ann Aldrich

Posted on: 15 Dec 2014

Mindwithness!

The Pali word for mindfulness is sati (Sanskrit: smrti). Although the term ‘mindfulness’ is the most popular rendition of sati, the word sati actually means ‘to remember’ (i.e., ‘to remember’ to be...

Science > Psychology > Clinical Psychology

Keywords: Mindwithness, Buddhism, Buddhist psychology, Psychology, Clinical, Psychological Tests, Meditation, mindfulness

Posted by: Edo Shonin

Posted on: 15 Dec 2014

Frontiers forms publishing agreement with George Mason University

We are delighted to inform you that George Mason University holds a Central Invoicing agreement with Frontiers

Science

Posted by: Frontiers

Posted on: 15 Dec 2014

Mindlessness and Hallucination

The state of ‘mindlessness’ is generally considered to be the opposite of the state of ‘mindfulness’. Mindlessness, therefore, refers to a lack of present moment awareness whereby the mind is...

Science > Psychology > Clinical Psychology

Keywords: Hallucinations, psychosis, Buddhism, Buddhist psychology, Psychology, Clinical, Psychology, Meditation, mindfulness practice, mindfulness training

Posted by: Edo Shonin

Posted on: 15 Dec 2014

A Close Truth

A short poem

Science > Psychology > Clinical Psychology

Keywords: Buddhism, Buddhist psychology, Psychology, Clinical, Psychology, Meditation, mindfulness, mindfulness practice

Posted by: Edo Shonin

Posted on: 15 Dec 2014

Me that I myself did not already know

onger. I eventually discovered that I had to make myself hard. All I really dared not, I was just goin

Health

Posted by: Harris .klg Sohail

Posted on: 15 Dec 2014

Health And Fitness, The Basic Story

Every day we put much a evince and derivation on our bodies, is not it reading to relinquish something backward? How can you instruct to get the most from your embody increase?

Engineering

Posted by: Andre Cortes

Posted on: 15 Dec 2014

The Life Gamble

Along with Professor Mark Griffiths who is one of the world’s leading experts in the study of behavioural addictions, we recently published an article in the Journal of Behavioural Addictions...

Science > Psychology > Clinical Psychology

Keywords: Psychology, Clinical, Psychological Tests, Buddhism, Buddhist psychology, addiction and Addiction Behaviors, addiction research, Pathological Gambling

Posted by: Edo Shonin

Posted on: 13 Dec 2014

Meditation: A Three-fold Approach

Within Western research settings, interest into the health-related applications of Buddhist and Buddhist-derived meditation techniques is rapidly growing.

Science > Psychology > Clinical Psychology

Keywords: Buddhism, Buddhist psychology, Psychology, Clinical, Psychology, Meditation, mindfulness practice, mindfulness

Posted by: Edo Shonin

Posted on: 13 Dec 2014

The Off-spring of Spring

A short poem

Science > Psychology > Clinical Psychology

Keywords: Buddhism, Psychology

Posted by: Edo Shonin

Posted on: 13 Dec 2014

Forgive them Father

“Father, forgive them, for they know not what they do”. These are the words that Jesus Christ is believed to have cried out approximately 2,000 years ago during his crucifixion at Golgotha.

Science > Psychology

Keywords: Christianity, Buddhism, Psychology, Clinical, Psychology, Psychotherapy

Posted by: Edo Shonin

Posted on: 13 Dec 2014

Buddhism: A Brief Introduction

Buddhism originated approximately 2,600 years ago and is based on the teachings of Siddartha Gautama who is said to have been born in Lumbini (near the Nepalese/Indian border).

Science > Psychology > Clinical Psychology

Keywords: Buddhism, Buddhist meditation, Buddhist psychology, Meditation, mindfulness, Psychological Tests, Psychotherapy

Posted by: Edo Shonin

Posted on: 13 Dec 2014

Teaching Mindfulness to Children

Along with a friend and colleague of ours – Professor Mark Griffiths – we recently published an article in the journal of Education and Health about the health benefits of mindfulness for children...

Science > Psychology > Clinical Psychology

Keywords: Education, Medical, Psychology, Clinical, Psychology, educational psychology, Buddhism, Meditation, Minerals

Posted by: Edo Shonin

Posted on: 13 Dec 2014

Hearken to the Dharma

A short poem

Science > Psychology > Clinical Psychology

Keywords: Psychology, Buddhist psychology, dharma, Buddhism, Meditation, mindfulness

Posted by: Edo Shonin

Posted on: 13 Dec 2014

Life is a Precious Happening

Life is a very rare and precious happening. On this earth there are seven billion human beings and countless other sentient beings.

Science > Psychology > Clinical Psychology

Keywords: Psychology, Clinical, Psychology, Buddhist psychology, Buddhism, Buddhist meditation, Meditation, mindfulness

Posted by: Edo Shonin

Posted on: 13 Dec 2014

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