Monthly Archives: December 2012

mirror neurons

I first heard about mirror neurons many years ago when flipping through a science magazine in a store.  I was intrigued and read the article standing there. Now I’m regularly running into references to mirror neurons and I bet you … Continue reading

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perceptions gifts

Perception is the act of scanning current sensory information against past experience.  Perception helps us know; what is it? Does it have relevance? Can I ignore it? Of course all this is happening while your conscious attention is busy elsewhere. … Continue reading

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the somatic now

You have four billion sense receptors firing at all times, that’s a lot of information to choose from.  Isn’t it great that we don’t have to choose consciously?  Yet we can choose by attending to the now. I usually try … Continue reading

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