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Entries for February 2012

Tuesday, February 21, 2012
"Thoughts for the 99% (and the 1% as Well)" by New World Library publisher Marc Allen
By Samy AbulEla

Einstein was not only a math genius; he had tremendous insight into the everyday problems of our lives and our world as well, insight so brilliant that it can show us where to find the answers to a huge number of our problems:

Significant problems cannot be solved
on the same level of thinking
that created the problems.

— Albert Einstein

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Marc Allen
Thursday, February 09, 2012
"7 Tenets of Neuroplasticity" by guest blogger Kelly Howell
By Samy AbulEla

When I first heard of the science of neuroplasticity, the word struck me as a rather odd way to describe the brain. How could the brain be plastic? But as I delved into the sea of astonishing research, I realized that scientists refer to plastic as a malleable substance that can be stretched, flexed, shaped, reshaped, molded, and transformed easily. The more I researched the subject, the more proof I found that we’ve been living under the influence of false scientific beliefs — beliefs about our mental capacity to change, shape, and transform the structure, function, and ultimate potential of our brains.

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health & wellness
Wednesday, February 01, 2012
"What Type of Meditation Is Best for You?" by guest blogger Patricia Monaghan
By Samy AbulEla

We love this piece by Patricia Monaghan, coauthor of Meditation: The Complete Guide, about finding the right form of meditation for your personality type. It made us wonder what your favorite form of meditation is, and we'd love for you to tell us in the comments section under this post.

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meditation

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