statement: feelings are not in your body, they're in your mind

request: Doc said something similar to this once. At what level is this realized?


"a type of mind–body intervention in which hypnosis is used to create a state of focused attention and increased suggestibility in the treatment of a medical or psychological disorder or concern" --

Internal Family Systems therapy

"We believe the mind is naturally multiple and that is a good thing. Our inner parts contain valuable qualities and our core Self knows how to heal, allowing us to become integrated and whole."

ACT therapy

Acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT therapy) is a type of mindful psychotherapy that helps you stay focused on the present moment and accept thoughts and feelings without judgment

extraversion, introversion

"Extraversion tends to be manifested in outgoing, talkative, energetic behavior, whereas introversion is manifested in more reflective and reserved behavior" -- (brain training)

After 10 weeks, Lumosity users improved more than the control group on our assessments of working memory, short term memory, processing speed, problem solving, fluid reasoning, and overall cognitive function

psychedelic assisted psychotherapy

Request: Efficacy of this treatment option for PTSD, depression, anxiety, etc.

T/F: dogs can sense a psychopath

Dogs have unique and heightened senses that may help us identify good and bad people. Moreover, Dogs can even reveal a psychopath upon meeting one!

Mentalization-Based Therapy (MBT)

a type of psychodynamic therapy designed to treat borderline personality. The process of mentalizing, or the capacity to understand how actions are influenced by mental states, is the focus

tall poppy syndrome

a cultural phenomenon in which people hold back, criticise or sabotage those who have or are believed to have achieved notable success in one or more aspects of life, particularly intellectual or cultural wealth; "cutting down the tall poppy" -- wikipedia

depersonalization-derealization disorder

feeling as if they are an outside observer of their own thoughts or body, and often report feeling a loss of control over their thoughts or actions... Individuals experiencing derealization may report perceiving the world around them as foggy, dreamlike/surreal, or visually distorted --wikipedia

Answer to Job, by C.G. Jung

Considered one of Jung's most controversial works, Answer to Job also stands as Jung's most extensive commentary on a biblical text

feeling cut off, disconnected from society

When you don't feel like you're really there, but your body is there. Or actuality doesn't seem real.

positive procrastination: a spiritual tool

You can stop the mind from obsessing by saying "I'll think about that later." As one temporarily releases involvement with mentation, what was thought to be a problem is often found to be self-resolving.

The Wisdom of Psychopaths, by Kevin Dutton

What Saints, Spies, and Serial Killers Can Teach Us About Success