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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 18 Sep 23

New Discourses Bullets, Ep. 65 One of the hottest topics in education (and beyond) right now is ‚Äúresilience.‚ÄĚ Youth mental health initiatives are being launched and entrenched all over the country, not just through school counseling but also through Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) initiatives, and their goal almost always includes ‚Äúfostering emotional resilience.‚ÄĚ What is meant by ‚Äúresilience‚ÄĚ in the Woke Marxist context, though? We know it must mean something. In this episode of New Discourses Bullets, host James Lindsay¬†draws from a UNESCO source¬†and explains that ‚Äúresilience‚ÄĚ refers to the opposite of ‚Äúfragility,‚ÄĚ which means¬†taking your brainwashing well. Join him to

New Discourses Bullets, Ep. 65 One of the hottest topics in education (and beyond) right now is ‚Äúresilience.‚ÄĚ Youth mental health initiatives are being launched and entrenched all over the country, not just through school counseling but also through Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) initiatives, and their goal almost always includes ‚Äúfostering emotional resilience.‚ÄĚ What is meant by ‚Äúresilience‚ÄĚ in the Woke


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 21 Apr 23

What Are Psychobiotics?Psychobiotics are health-promoting microorganisms (probiotics) or compounds that support such microorganisms (prebiotics) which, when ingested, confer cognitive and mental health benefits to the host through their interaction with the gut microbiota [1]. To put it simply: they’re probiotics and prebiotics for the brain.Psychobiotics are probiotics and prebiotics for the brain.Psychobiotics are able to influence brain function because the brain and the gut microbiota are in constant crosstalk through the gut-brain axis. By modulating the composition or the metabolism of the gut microbiota, psychobiotics change signaling from the gut to the brain. And because this signaling impacts brain activity, it is

What Are Psychobiotics?Psychobiotics are health-promoting microorganisms (probiotics) or compounds that support such microorganisms (prebiotics) which, when ingested, confer cognitive and mental health benefits to the host through their interaction with the gut microbiota [1]. To put it simply: they’re probiotics and prebiotics for the brain.Psychobiotics are probiotics and prebiotics for the brain.Psychobiotics are able to influence brain function because the brain and


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 9 Mar 23

Most of the time, humans can overcome adversity. Most recover from even the ugliest traumas and vilest human experiences‚ÄĒwar, rape, domestic violence, natural disasters‚ÄĒwithout lasting psychological damage. Remarkably, we have‚Ķ View Post The post Why Trigger Warnings Won‚Äôt Help (and May Harm) Vulnerable People appeared first on Areo.

Most of the time, humans can overcome adversity. Most recover from even the ugliest traumas and vilest human experiences‚ÄĒwar, rape, domestic violence, natural disasters‚ÄĒwithout lasting psychological damage. Remarkably, we have‚Ķ View Post The post Why Trigger Warnings Won‚Äôt Help (and May Harm) Vulnerable People appeared first on Areo.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 13 Dec 22

Life is utterly meaningless, but this is a great opportunity to have fun creating our own meanings‚ÄĒthat‚Äôs the latest postmodern self-help mantra. The trend known as optimistic nihilism is a‚Ķ View Post The post The Optimistic Nihilists appeared first on Areo.

Life is utterly meaningless, but this is a great opportunity to have fun creating our own meanings‚ÄĒthat‚Äôs the latest postmodern self-help mantra. The trend known as optimistic nihilism is a‚Ķ View Post The post The Optimistic Nihilists appeared first on Areo.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 7 Oct 22

How Psychedelic-Assisted Therapy Promotes Neural Plasticity‚Ää‚ÄĒ‚ÄäA Q&A With Molly Maloof,¬†MDMolly Maloof, MD is here to share with us the neuroscience behind using psychedelic-assisted therapy to support trauma healing and promote structural and functional neural plasticity.‚ĆWhat makes the neuroplastic state promoted by psychedelics different from existing neuroplastic capabilities of the¬†brain?Anyone can harness neuroplasticity through exercise, meditation, and other activities that engage cognition. However, when someone is suffering from poor mental health or chronic stress, this can make the brain more rigid. Research suggests that a deficiency in neuroplasticity is associated with mood disturbances, along with sleep difficulties, and overstimulation. Psychedelics can

How Psychedelic-Assisted Therapy Promotes Neural Plasticity‚Ää‚ÄĒ‚ÄäA Q&A With Molly Maloof,¬†MDMolly Maloof, MD is here to share with us the neuroscience behind using psychedelic-assisted therapy to support trauma healing and promote structural and functional neural plasticity.‚ĆWhat makes the neuroplastic state promoted by psychedelics different from existing neuroplastic capabilities of the¬†brain?Anyone can harness neuroplasticity through exercise, meditation, and other activities that engage


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 16 Jun 22

A cognitively rich and physically active lifestyle can be very beneficial for brain health and cognitive performance. Underlying these effects is one of the most important properties of the brain: brain plasticity, or neuroplasticity, is the brain’s capacity to adapt based on life experiences and it’s what allows us to learn and become more skilled with practice.Brain plasticity acts at a functional level by adjusting the functional properties of existing neurons and synapses through molecular changes, and at a structural level through changes in neuronal morphology, neuronal connections, glial cells, and other dynamic adjustments in cellular structures. To learn about

A cognitively rich and physically active lifestyle can be very beneficial for brain health and cognitive performance. Underlying these effects is one of the most important properties of the brain: brain plasticity, or neuroplasticity, is the brain’s capacity to adapt based on life experiences and it’s what allows us to learn and become more skilled with practice.Brain plasticity acts at


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 26 Apr 22

The term ‚Äėhacker‚Äô has its origins in computer programming subcultures from the ‚Äô60s, and was used to describe people who wanted to take on hard problems in a spirit of playful exploration and a resistance to ‚Äėunearned‚Äô authority. Although the methods, means and intentions of hackers varied widely, all seemed to share a unique ethos that mixed a deep commitment to individual autonomy and agency with an equally deep commitment to collaboration and co-creation.Over time, the concept of hacking has traveled far from its origins, finding its way into a number of domains like Biohacking, Consciousness Hacking, Flow Hacking and

The term ‚Äėhacker‚Äô has its origins in computer programming subcultures from the ‚Äô60s, and was used to describe people who wanted to take on hard problems in a spirit of playful exploration and a resistance to ‚Äėunearned‚Äô authority. Although the methods, means and intentions of hackers varied widely, all seemed to share a unique ethos that mixed a deep commitment


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 28 Jan 22

Five favorite hacks of Neurohackers to up-level your mental¬†energy.What is a Neurohacker?A Neurohacker is generally considered to be someone who takes command of their neurology with sophistication. They do this by treating the power of their mind with the same care that most of us put into examining the specs of our computing power.Our brains mediate how efficiently we use our computing tools. If you‚Äôre treating neurohacking as an afterthought, you‚Äôre shortchanging your peak performance capacity.First, a warning; if you‚Äôre not doing the basics of ‚Äúclean diet, regular exercise, good sleep,‚ÄĚ start there. The neurohacks in this article are to

Five favorite hacks of Neurohackers to up-level your mental energy.What is a Neurohacker?A Neurohacker is generally considered to be someone who takes command of their neurology with sophistication. They do this by treating the power of their mind with the same care that most of us put into examining the specs of our computing power.Our brains mediate how efficiently we use


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 27 Jan 22

The science of stress is more complex than ever before. New studies shed light on the fact that while emotional stressors are definitely part of the equation, ‚Äústress‚ÄĚ must be viewed holistically in order to attain true well-being.Lack of sleep, the gut-mood connection, daily exposure to toxins, and even our stress mindsets are all components that tax our body, putting our health, longevity, and mental wellness at¬†risk.The good news is, there are easy to implement techniques to hack your body‚Äôs biology in order to feel your best. Here are a few of our favorite biohacks for stress free¬†living.5 Science-Backed Biohacks

The science of stress is more complex than ever before. New studies shed light on the fact that while emotional stressors are definitely part of the equation, ‚Äústress‚ÄĚ must be viewed holistically in order to attain true well-being.Lack of sleep, the gut-mood connection, daily exposure to toxins, and even our stress mindsets are all components that tax our body, putting


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 5 Jan 22

How Our Second Brain Affects Mood, Immune Function, and CognitionYour gut is home to trillions of bacteria and other microbes that communicate with your brain. This communication occurs in large part via the vagus nerve and is part of the gut-brain axis. These findings and more have earned our gut microbiome the nickname ‚Äúthe second¬†brain.‚ÄĚToday, Naveen Jain, Founder of Viome, is here to help us understand how our second brain affects mood, immune function, and cognition.An Overview of The Gut MicrobiomeCan you give us a high-level overview of the gut microbiome?The microbiota is the entire collection of microbes living in

How Our Second Brain Affects Mood, Immune Function, and CognitionYour gut is home to trillions of bacteria and other microbes that communicate with your brain. This communication occurs in large part via the vagus nerve and is part of the gut-brain axis. These findings and more have earned our gut microbiome the nickname ‚Äúthe second¬†brain.‚ÄĚToday, Naveen Jain, Founder of Viome,


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