What It Feels Like to Be Me

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What It Feels Like to Be Me

What It Feels Like to Be Me

  • Author: Jenny Salaman Manson
  • Publisher: John Hunt Publishing
  • ISBN: 1846943620
  • Category: Psychology
  • Page: 205
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This book is about being alone in our heads. It gives a rare glimpse of what other people feel like: to read it is to reflect on our own experience of being. People hide behind their appearance in order to get by in the world. In this book men and women alike of all ages reach beneath their skin to reveal their inner self. Am I the same person day to day, year to year? Is there an essential core as the layers of life are peeled away? And to what extent do the different stages of life beg different kinds of answers to the question what it feels like to be me? Readers will see how similarly Julie aged 85 and Nina aged 14 address the questions and how the themes thread through all the contributions. Brilliant poems by Dannie Abse and Peter Phillips look back and forwards in their lives. An Israeli artist looks at himself in two photographs. Three commentators give their views: a professional counsellor, a distinguished scientist and Dr Jonathan Miller.

What it Feels Like for a Girl

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What it Feels Like for a Girl

What it Feels Like for a Girl

  • Author: Philip Monk,Derek McCormack,Sally McKay,Sheila Heti,York University (Toronto, Ont.). Art Gallery
  • Publisher: Art Gallery of York University
  • ISBN: 9780921972433
  • Category: Art, Canadian
  • Page: 60
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It Feels Good to Be Me!

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It Feels Good to Be Me!

It Feels Good to Be Me!

  • Author: Dana Livoti
  • Publisher: Balboa Press
  • ISBN: 1452597847
  • Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
  • Page: 48
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It feels good to be me! You cant help but smile when you say it because you know in your heart its true. You were born with the inner knowing that you are filled with only good feelings like happiness, joy, peace, comfort, security, elation and love. In your heart you feel this truth. This is who you really are. The main character in this story lives from her heart but she also understands that feeling good is choice. As the story unfolds you see the life she has created for herself. Her life is filled with joyful experiences because she pays attention to her feelings and thoughts. When her feelings are not in alignment with what she knows to be true, she also knows that she is empowered to create a new thought, a new feeling to live the life she desires. You can too! This book will show you the ways to live from your heart and create the life you truly desire.

Mind

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Mind

Mind

A Brief Introduction

  • Author: John R. Searle
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press
  • ISBN: 0199882681
  • Category: Philosophy
  • Page: 336
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"The philosophy of mind is unique among contemporary philosophical subjects," writes John Searle, "in that all of the most famous and influential theories are false." One of the world's most eminent thinkers, Searle dismantles these theories as he presents a vividly written, comprehensive introduction to the mind. He begins with a look at the twelve problems of philosophy of mind--which he calls "Descartes and Other Disasters"--problems which he returns to throughout the volume, as he illuminates such topics as materialism, consciousness, the mind-body problem, intentionality, mental causation, free will, and the self. The book offers a refreshingly direct and engaging introduction to one of the most intriguing areas of philosophy.

So This Is What It Feels Like

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So This Is What It Feels Like

So This Is What It Feels Like

Stories of True Life Experience Stories Based on Survival, Endurance, and Inner Strength

  • Author: N.A
  • Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
  • ISBN: 1462835805
  • Category: Self-Help
  • Page: 153
  • View: 5940
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Womens Courageous Battles These are the stories of women who valiantly fight lifes grueling challenges Life is not only made up of joys and excitement, it is also packed with odds, obstacles and obscurities. During the lowest point of life, we tend to give in to the call of retreat and submission to the power of the unknown dark force. But for some women, this point is something not to be feared. As you flip through the pages of author Jacqueline Prydies So This is What it Feels Like, you will learn about different true stories but of the same theme valiance of women in facing lifes greatest and backbreaking challenges. A compilation of more than thirty true stories contributed by professional speakers, authors, business executives, life coaches, and many in the healing professions, So This is What it Feels Like will take us to the real-life struggles and battles of women, which show the different faces of their life encounters. This books aims to inspire and revolutionize women or give awareness to men that to contend against the multifarious intricacies in life, you must know, understand and trust yourself. There are ambition-driven stories, self-realizations, and survival during the toughest times of the womens lives. Various morals can be drawn from these inspiring stories, which will strengthen the womens belief on themselves that will enable them to achieve their dreams, defeat all impediments, and to face each challenge with nerve and self-trust. These stories will inspire you, will rejuvenate your senses, will invigorate your heart and let the best and the true you to come out and stand against the tests of time a call to endure and hit your goal! The authors of these stories are deeply concerned with helping and touching the lives of many women in a positive manner; to help women attain their own personal success and empowerment without all the struggles and hardships that theyve endured along the way. Their gift to you is their life experience. These are stories that opens hearts and rekindles the spirit. Quite simply, their message is: To Thine Own Self Be True! www.kinesiologyhealthpractice.com.au [email protected]

Encyclopedia of Neuroscience

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Encyclopedia of Neuroscience

Encyclopedia of Neuroscience

Volume One

  • Author: Larry R. Squire
  • Publisher: Academic Press
  • ISBN: 0080963935
  • Category: Medical
  • Page: 12505
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The Encyclopedia of the Neuroscience explores all areas of the discipline in its focused entries on a wide variety of topics in neurology, neurosurgery, psychiatry and other related areas of neuroscience. Each article is written by an expert in that specific domain and peer reviewed by the advisory board before acceptance into the encyclopedia. Each article contains a glossary, introduction, a reference section, and cross-references to other related encyclopedia articles. Written at a level suitable for university undergraduates, the breadth and depth of coverage will appeal beyond undergraduates to professionals and academics in related fields.

Esquire Presents: What It Feels Like

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Esquire Presents: What It Feels Like

Esquire Presents: What It Feels Like

*To Walk on the Moon*To Be Gored by a Bull*To Survive an Avalanche *To Swallow S words*To Go Over Niagara Falls in a Barrel*To Be Shot in the Head*To Win the L

  • Author: A.J. Jacobs
  • Publisher: Crown Archetype
  • ISBN: 0307522989
  • Category: Humor
  • Page: 144
  • View: 6009
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Have you ever wondered what it feels like: to be stuck in a tornado? “[It] is exactly the feel of a freight train approaching—that low, ever-louder howl and the shuddering ground.” to participate in an orgy? “And all the while, the thought that keeps going through your mind (and through the cab ride home, and into breakfast the next day): ‘I’m at an orgy! I’m at an orgy!’” to have a severe stutter? “The thing is, there’s a disconnect thing between my mind and my tongue. My mind’s processing a thousand words a minute, and the tongue is only squeezing out ten or twelve.” to be a mob hitman? “It’s nerve-racking. Don’t let anyone tell you any different. Anybody who’s any good at this is concentrating with every nerve in their body, trying to get it done right and trying not to get caught.” to be 105 years old? “I was born in 1897 and I’ve seen a lot in the world. I’ve seen everything there is to see. You look back and tell yourself, ‘What have I been doing all these years?’” If these tidbits whet your appetite for real, first-person accounts of some of life’s most exhilarating, harrowing, or downright strange experiences, then you’ll be sucked in by Esquire Presents: What It Feels Like. Collected by the ever-curious editors of Esquire magazine, here are more than fifty gripping tales—straight from the mouths of the people who’ve lived them. From the Trade Paperback edition.

The Phenomenal Self

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The Phenomenal Self

The Phenomenal Self

  • Author: Barry Dainton
  • Publisher: OUP Oxford
  • ISBN: 0191608750
  • Category: Philosophy
  • Page: 462
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Barry Dainton presents a fascinating new account of the self, the key to which is experiential or phenomenal continuity. Provided our mental life continues we can easily imagine ourselves surviving the most dramatic physical alterations, or even moving from one body to another. It was this fact that led John Locke to conclude that a credible account of our persistence conditions - an account which reflects how we actually conceive of ourselves - should be framed in terms of mental rather than material continuity. But mental continuity comes in different forms. Most of Locke's contemporary followers agree that our continued existence is secured by psychological continuity, which they take to be made up of memories, beliefs, intentions, personality traits, and the like. Dainton argues that that a better and more believable account can be framed in terms of the sort of continuity we find in our streams of consciousness from moment to moment. Why? Simply because provided this continuity is not lost - provided our streams of consciousness flow on - we can easily imagine ourselves surviving the most dramatic psychological alterations. Phenomenal continuity seems to provide a more reliable guide to our persistence than any form of continuity. The Phenomenal Self is a full-scale defence and elaboration of this premise. The first task is arriving at an adequate understanding of phenomenal unity and continuity. This achieved, Dainton turns to the most pressing problem facing any experience-based approach: losses of consciousness. How can we survive them? He shows how the problem can be solved in a satisfactory manner by construing ourselves as systems of experiential capacities. He then moves on to explore a range of further issues. How simple can a self be? How are we related to our bodies? Is our persistence an all-or-nothing affair? Do our minds consist of parts which could enjoy an independent existence? Is it metaphysically intelligible to construe ourselves as systems of capacities? The book concludes with a novel treatment of fission and fusion.

The Cultural Complex

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The Cultural Complex

The Cultural Complex

Contemporary Jungian Perspectives on Psyche and Society

  • Author: Thomas Singer,Samuel L. Kimbles
  • Publisher: Routledge
  • ISBN: 1135444862
  • Category: Psychology
  • Page: 296
  • View: 2808
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How do cultural complexes affect the collective psyche? Based on Jung's theory of complexes, this book offers a new perspective on the psychological nature of conflicts between groups and cultures by introducing the concept of the cultural complex. This modern version of Jung's idea offers an original view of the forces that prevent human attempts to bring a peaceful, collaborative spirit to conflict between groups. Leading analysts and academics from a range of cultural backgrounds present their own perspective on the concept, demonstrating how the effects of cultural complexes can be felt in the behaviour of disenfranchised, oppressed and traumatised groups across the world. Ultimately, a clearer understanding of the source and nature of group conflict is reached through discussion of central subjects including: * Collective trauma and cultural complexes * Exploring racism: a clinical example of a cultural complex * Cultural complexes in the history of Jung, Freud and their followers. The Cultural Complex represents a valuable contribution to analytical psychology and will undoubtedly also stimulate dialogue in the fields of sociology, political science and cultural studies.

The Lost One

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The Lost One

The Lost One

A Life of Peter Lorre

  • Author: Stephen D. Youngkin
  • Publisher: University Press of Kentucky
  • ISBN: 0813137004
  • Category: Biography & Autobiography
  • Page: 680
  • View: 6209
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Often typecast as a menacing figure, Peter Lorre achieved Hollywood fame first as a featured player and later as a character actor, trademarking his screen performances with a delicately strung balance between good and evil. His portrayal of the child murderer in Fritz Lang's masterpiece M (1931) catapulted him to international fame. Lang said of Lorre: "He gave one of the best performances in film history and certainly the best in his life." Today, the Hungarian-born actor is also recognized for his riveting performances in The Man Who Knew Too Much (1934), The Maltese Falcon (1941), and Casablanca (1942). Lorre arrived in America in 1934 expecting to shed his screen image as a villain. He even tried to lose his signature accent, but Hollywood repeatedly cast him as an outsider who hinted at things better left unknown. Seeking greater control over his career, Lorre established his own production company. His unofficial "graylisting" by the House Committee on Un-American Activities, however, left him with little work. He returned to Germany, where he co-authored, directed, and starred in the film Der Verlorene (The Lost One) in 1951. German audiences rejected Lorre's dark vision of their recent past, and the actor returned to America, wearily accepting roles that parodied his sinister movie personality.The first biography of this major actor, The Lost One: A Life of Peter Lorre draws upon more than three hundred interviews, including conversations with directors Fritz Lang, Alfred Hitchcock, Billy Wilder, John Huston, Frank Capra, and Rouben Mamoulian, who speak candidly about Lorre, both the man and the actor. Author Stephen D. Youngkin examines for the first time Lorre's pivotal relationship with German dramatist Bertolt Brecht, his experience as an émigré from Hitler's Germany, his battle with drug addiction, and his struggle with the choice between celebrity and intellectual respectability.Separating the enigmatic person from the persona long associated with one of classic Hollywood's most recognizable faces, The Lost One is the definitive account of a life triumphant and yet tragically riddled with many failed possibilities.