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The Cognitive Tradeoff Hypothesis

The Cognitive Tradeoff Hypothesis

[clangs] This is Inuyama, Japan, a historic city home to Japan’s oldest original wooden castle. It is also home to Kyoto University’s Primate Research Institute.Here, a group of chimpanzees have been trainedto play a game that exposes something shockingabout their… Continue Reading

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60 minutes of music relaxation music relaxing music for work, relaxing music Youtube

60 minutes of music relaxation music relaxing music for work, relaxing music Youtube

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How to Practice Mindfulness?

How to Practice Mindfulness?

Mindfulness seems to have become the new kale. This new kind of hot thing of today, a new trend, a new fad. And, I think it’s causing a lot of people to wonder why, why has it become this thing… Continue Reading

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How to Draw Praying Hands Step by Step (Albrecht Durer)

How to Draw Praying Hands Step by Step (Albrecht Durer)
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Master of Peace and Conflict Studies

Master of Peace and Conflict Studies

The Master of Peace and Conflict Studies program is a unique interdisciplinary graduate program offered here at the University of Waterloo and housed at Conrad Grebel University College. It is designed to provide students with the knowledge and practical skills… Continue Reading

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Finding Peace Amid The Chaos Of Life – Anthony Gucciardi

Finding Peace Amid The Chaos Of Life – Anthony Gucciardi

You know, there’s one thing that nobody’s going to debate, and that is, there’s a lot of madness in the world, probably at an all-time high, actually, a lot of craziness, a lot of chaos, right? But think about this.… Continue Reading

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Peace Helpers Become Classroom Problem Solvers

Peace Helpers Become Classroom Problem Solvers

>>Student: I want the book.>>Student: No, it’s mine.>>Student: No, it’s mine.>>Narrator: In this second grade classroom, a tussle over a book, becomes a teachable moment.>>Emma: Okay, we’re having a problem here. Would you like the teacher to help you, or… Continue Reading

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Mark Neenan, M.Ed. on Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction & Back Pain

Mark Neenan, M.Ed. on Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction & Back Pain

SEAN MACKEY: By way of introduction, Mark Neenan has a Master’s in education and counseling and personal services from the University of Missouri at Columbia. He’s a former World Health Organization researcher and program coordinator for UCSC’s Disability Resource Center,… Continue Reading

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How to be more mindful pt. 4: Mindful eating | Blinkist How-to’s

How to be more mindful pt. 4: Mindful eating | Blinkist How-to’s

According to the latest research, practicing mindfulness can have amazing effects on the body and the mind: Mindfulness even changes the brain, shrinking the amygdala and growing the pre-frontal cortex so we stress less and become more thoughtful. At Blinkist,… Continue Reading

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Peace Corner: Creating Safe Space for Reflection

Peace Corner: Creating Safe Space for Reflection

(children talking) – What were you all discussing? – Nothing. – [Whitney Holland] I’ve seen a lot of my kids this year, instead of just exploding, getting really upset they are aware of their emotions and before lashing out they… Continue Reading