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Most people don't understand just how little we know about the human brain

That fantastically complex organ is the main focus of several massive scientific research projects right now, including the more than $300 million Brain Initiative and the EU's Human Brain Project.<p>What most people may not realize is how much this research is truly delving into the unknown. As …

SCIENTIST: Orgasms Are Good For The Brain

The sexual climax gives the whole brain a good workout, rather than just one area of it, Professor Barry Komisaruk said.<p>The sensation can, moreover, block pain and could therefore be used to alleviate the agony of childbirth, among other things, he suggested.<p>Depression, anxiety and addiction could …

How to Have a Full-Body Orgasm

Four steps to feeling pleasure from your fingertips to your toes<p>Tantric sex sounds intimidating (or best left to Sean Diddy Combs, who has been known to tweet about his 10-hour sex marathons), but taking some tips from the ancient practice sets you up for electrifying full-body orgasms that you can …

Sean Combs

Introduction and Lengthening the Arms: An Awareness Through Movement Exercise

From David Zemach-Bersin and Elizabeth Beringer’s popular 2-volume CD set: <br>Introduction to the Feldenkrais Method <br>www.FeldenkraisResources.com

Feldenkrais mp3, Feldenkrais Exercises, Back Pain Relief and TMJ Pain Relief

Eliminate Back Pain Now! (Power Pack)<p>More than 15-sessions and 5 hours of material for only<p>was 68 49 Add To Cart<p>Practitioner Power Pack<p>Start teaching …

podcast

Well, here it is–the last lesson I’ll be teaching for a while. Enjoy the archives! And don’t stop rolling!<p>If you want to feel really asymmetrical …

Teaching

twisting

We’re finishing up this series—this is the fourth last class perhaps for the next year—with some classic lessons. Whatever a “classic” lesson means! …

Feldenkrais: Everything You 'Know' About Healing May Be Dead Wrong

<i>A brain without a body could not think.</i><p>-- Moshe Feldenkrais<p>When I told her that cross-training on the exercise bike only added hip joint stiffness to my chronic shoulder pain, my Pilates instructor was incredulous. "Don't you get it?" she asked. "Your body is telling you to <i>stretch out</i> those aching …

7 Mistakes Your Brain Makes Every Day – And How To Fix Them

This article reveals seven common mistakes your brain makes every day and suggests concrete solutions based on a regular mindfulness practice.

Melbourne is spectacular (obviously) and part of this is due to the parks and gardens that carpet our city. We stopped over at Fitzroy Gardens to meet the people who make that particular spot so special http://ow.ly/N47K5

20 free things to do in Melbourne

Melbourne is consistently voted the world’s most liveable city and Melburnians are quick to tell visitors what makes this city such a great place to live from their favourite restaurants (‘400 Gradi makes the world’s best margherita pizza, you know!’) to the laneway bars and cafes (‘better than …

Cognitive enhancement through real-time fMRI neurofeedback

Neuroscience has demonstrated that individual differences in cognitive task performance are closely linked to differences in brain activity. …

A less hysterical reaction

There’s a fascinating article in <i>The Guardian</i> about one of the least understood aspects of human nature: experiences like blindness, paralysis and …

Top 10 Questions About Neurofeedback - Robert J. R. Graham

Recently, with publication of Bessel van der Kolk’s new book, The Body Keeps the Score, there has been a flurry of calls from people with a variety …

I think, therefore I heal: the weird science of neurofeedback

It's been dismissed as bunk science for decades. But does neurofeedback deserve a second look?<p>Imagine if treating a mental illness was as simple as playing a video game — except your mind is the controller. That idea isn’t only real, it’s a therapy gaining traction in the medical community and …

Brain hacking: using neurofeedback to master conflicting wills in your mind

I've written before about Moran Cerf -- celebrated neuroscientist, former military hacker, and good-guy bank robber -- who also happens to be a great …

Neurofeedback on Your Bookshelf: Two Great New Books

The Body Keeps the Score, by Bessel van der Kolk, M.D., is currently at number 12 on the <i>New York Times</i> list of bestselling science books. It discusses the history of trauma treatment and the author's personal evolution within the field. Van der Kolk has been looking for breakthroughs in the …

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