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Self: Human Sexual Activity, Consciousness, Omnipotence, Meditation, Egolessness, Individualism, Omniscience, Procrastinatio
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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: LIFE JOURNEY, 590 Seiten, L=152mm, B=229mm, H=33mm, Gew.=853gr, Kartoniert/Broschiert Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 171. Chapters: Human sexual activity, Subject, Omnipotence, Meditation, Egolessness, Individualism, Omniscience, Procrastination, Self-help, Sentience, Gender identity, Sapience, Mindstream, Self-enhancement, Executive dysfunction, Anatta, Illusory superiority, Self-determination theory, David Sarwer, Trance, Self-knowledge, Shivarudra Balayogi, Executive functions, Introspection illusion, Self-verification theory, Other, Self control, Body image, Self-awareness, The Self-Discrepancy Theory, Self-handicapping, Self-perception theory, Five wisdoms, Looking glass self, Mirror test, Identity negotiation, Sense of agency, True self and false self, Philosophy of self, Self-affirmation, Psychology of self, Nafs, Jangama dhyana, Outline of self, Alter ego, The Century of the Self, Religious views on the self, Self-compassion, Genealogical bewilderment, Impassibility, Daniel Van Meter, Human self-reflection, Ego integrity, Omnipresence, You, Psyche, Sexual identity, Human fit, Rouge test, Self-disclosure, Egosurfing, Self-consciousness, Nigredo, Mistaken identity, Crystallized self, Self-schema, Mind machine, Subjectivity, Subpersonality, Inferiority complex, Mommy and I are one, Crisis of faith, Subjective character of experience, Self-hatred, Selfism, The God of the Machine, Metaphysical solipsism, Face-to-face, Unhappy consciousness, Self-criticism, Body transfer illusion, Lived body, Cinderella complex, Leveling, Deidentification, Self-confidence, 'I' and the 'me', Sociometer, Self-acceptance, Self-abasement, Atomism, Self and Identity, Destructiveness, Amour-propre, Self-parenting, Amour de soi. Excerpt: Meditation refers to any of a family of practices in which the practitioner trains his or her mind or self-induces a mode of consciousness in order to realize some benefit. Meditation is generally an internal, personal practice and done without any external involvement, except perhaps prayer beads to count prayers, though many practitioners of meditation may rely on external objects such as candle flames as points on which to focus their attention as an aid to the process. Meditation often involves invoking or cultivating a feeling or internal state, such as compassion, or attending to a specific focal point. The term can refer to the state itself, as well as to practices or techniques employed to cultivate the state. There are dozens or more specific styles of meditation practice; the word meditation may mean different things in different contexts. Meditation has been practiced since antiquity as a component of numerous religious traditions, especially, in Western countries, in monastic settings. In the Eastern spiritual traditions such as Hinduism and Buddhism, meditation is more commonly a practice engaged in by many, if not most, believers. A 2007 study by the U.S. government found that nearly 9.4% of U.S. adults (over 20 million) had practiced meditation within the past 12 months, up from 7.6% (more than 15 million people) in 2002. Since the 1960s, meditation has been the focus of increasing scientific research of uneven rigor and quality. In over 1,000 published research studies, various methods of meditation have been linked to changes in metabolism, blood pressure, brain activation, and other bodily processes. Meditation has been used in clinical settings as a method of stress and pain reduction. Caravans on the Silk Road helped spread meditative practices from India.The English meditation is derived from ...

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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 171. Chapters: Human sexual activity, Subject, Omnipotence, Meditation, Egolessness, Individualism, Omniscience, Procrastination, Self-help, Sentience, Gender identity, Sapience, Mindstream, Self-enhancement, Executive dysfunction, Anatta, Illusory superiority, Self-determination theory, David Sarwer, Trance, Self-knowledge, Shivarudra Balayogi, Executive functions, Introspection illusion, Self-verification theory, Other, Self control, Body image, Self-awareness, The Self-Discrepancy Theory, Self-handicapping, Self-perception theory, Five wisdoms, Looking glass self, Mirror test, Identity negotiation, Sense of agency, True self and false self, Philosophy of self, Self-affirmation, Psychology of self, Nafs, Jangama dhyana, Outline of self, Alter ego, The Century of the Self, Religious views on the self, Self-compassion, Genealogical bewilderment, Impassibility, Daniel Van Meter, Human self-reflection, Ego integrity, Omnipresence, You, Psyche, Sexual identity, Human fit, Rouge test, Self-disclosure, Egosurfing, Self-consciousness, Nigredo, Mistaken identity, Crystallized self, Self-schema, Mind machine, Subjectivity, Subpersonality, Inferiority complex, Mommy and I are one, Crisis of faith, Subjective character of experience, Self-hatred, Selfism, The God of the Machine, Metaphysical solipsism, Face-to-face, Unhappy consciousness, Self-criticism, Body transfer illusion, Lived body, Cinderella complex, Leveling, Deidentification, Self-confidence, 'I' and the 'me', Sociometer, Self-acceptance, Self-abasement, Atomism, Self and Identity, Destructiveness, Amour-propre, Self-parenting, Amour de soi. Excerpt: Meditation refers to any of a family of practices in which the practitioner trains his or her mind or self-induces a mode of consciousness in order to realize some benefit. Meditation is generally an internal, personal practice and done without any external involvement, except perhaps prayer beads to count prayers, though many practitioners of meditation may rely on external objects such as candle flames as points on which to focus their attention as an aid to the process. Meditation often involves invoking or cultivating a feeling or internal state, such as compassion, or attending to a specific focal point. The term can refer to the state itself, as well as to practices or techniques employed to cultivate the state. There are dozens or more specific styles of meditation practice; the word meditation may mean different things in different contexts. Meditation has been practiced since antiquity as a component of numerous religious traditions, especially, in Western countries, in monastic settings. In the Eastern spiritual traditions such as Hinduism and Buddhism, meditation is more commonly a practice engaged in by many, if not most, believers. A 2007 study by the U.S. government found that nearly 9.4% of U.S. adults (over 20 million) had practiced meditation within the past 12 months, up from 7.6% (more than 15 million people) in 2002. Since the 1960s, meditation has been the focus of increasing scientific research of uneven rigor and quality. In over 1,000 published research studies, various methods of meditation have been linked to changes in metabolism, blood pressure, brain activation, and other bodily processes. Meditation has been used in clinical settings as a method of stress and pain reduction. Caravans on the Silk Road helped spread meditative practices from India.The English meditation is derived from ...

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781156819661
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1156819660
Publishing year: 2010
Publisher: LIFE JOURNEY
590 Pages
Weight: 0,853 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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