We all know that the word "hypothetically" gets thrown around a lot. But what does it mean? I recently had this conversation with a friend of mine that was new to the process of self-awareness and we agreed that the word "hypothetically" is a perfect description for...
The majority of stress responses are adaptive in nature, meaning they help us cope with challenges and adjust to stressful situations. However, the stress response, as a part of the adaptive response, becomes maladaptive due to the inability to calm down and recover when we are under...
The brain learns and becomes more capable of retaining new information very quickly, but it doesn’t always get the best of us. We can become extremely skilled at something and then become very bad at it, only to have this new skill become more powerful over time....
Spiritual realm meaning is one thing that is most likely up for debate among the modern day spiritual seeker. Some say it refers to the realm of the spirit, others to the realm of the soul, and a few people feel that it encompasses both realms. Whatever...
In this article, we examine various anatomical terms used to describe the body and its parts. Anatomy is the body and its parts. We've all seen the anatomical diagrams that accompany anatomy books. These diagrams show everything from the internal organs, bones, muscles, and...
1. Brain to skin to heart to blood to lungs to stomach to the rest of the body. 2. Brain to skin to heart to blood to lungs to stomach to the rest of the body. 1. Brain to skin to...
Psychophysiological disorders are those that affect our emotions, our mood, and our mental state. They may be triggered, aggravated, or caused by stress, illness, surgery, or trauma. Psychophysiological disorders can manifest any way, and for many people they may occur several times in their...
This was a long and difficult post, mainly due to my desire to be able to share this information with my son, who isn’t yet old enough to comprehend the concepts, but he is old enough to understand that we didn’t come here to study this stuff.
There are three components to an empirical process. The three components of an empirical process are the data, the hypotheses, and the conclusions. We've all done experiments, and we know that when it comes to data, we should only use data...
We believe the act of consumption is an act of connection. We believe the act of consumption is an act of intimacy. We believe the act of consumption is an act of intimacy. We believe the act of consumption is an act of connection. We believe. We...