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Memory

Think of your memory as a mental white board. whatever we need to pull from long term memory shows up on its surface so we can use it efficiently in the moment. But, during periods of high stress, when rumination, … Continue reading

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Word of the day

  I hope that you understand what the word “spiritual” really means. It means to search for, to investigate, the true nature of the mind. There’s nothing spiritual outside. My rosary isn’t spiritual; my robes aren’t spiritual. Spiritual means the … Continue reading

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Daydreaming

“You’ve probably had the experience of reading a book or an article and suddenly realizing that you’ve spaced out and missed the meaning of a whole passage. Of course, sometimes this is because you’re tired or not that interested in … Continue reading

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