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If our world view is one based on contemporary science as well as the deepest wisdom of many religions, a world view that claims we are radically interrelated and interdependent with all other forms of life, then we will, or should, respond to our present crisis with similarly radical changes in our thinking and behavior. But do we? This is the critical question for all fields of concern with climate change, including the religions - and it is a very difficult one. What causes people to change at a deep enough level so their behavior changes as well? The shock of climate change may be the catalyst to awaken us from the lie of the current world view of individual fulfillment through consumerism, to the reality of fulfillment by sharing with needy fellow creatures and the Earth itself, through religious understandings of limitation, detachment and self-emptying ...
Kate: I read this post last night and thought about it off and on for most of today. I am 53 years old. In my late teens and early twenties I struggled with all the things you wrote about in your post. The desire to control doesnt go away as you age. I think this is in part due to what it means to be human-we want to control, because it gives us a sense of security. The desire to control is also a function of our cultural world view. Most of western society lives under the scientific or newtonian paradigm. This paradigm or world views assumes that the world is like a machine. It is made up of parts and if you create the right conditions all those parts will work in unison to produce an expected result. Create the right conditions and you can control the outcome. Over the years, I have found that if I want to reduce my desire to control things I have to shift my perspective. I have to stop thinking that control is possible and take on a different world view. The Quantum paradigm throws the idea ...
How do you break from all this? The answer is Customer Strategy. Tapping into the customers world view in order to unleash a much broader understanding of the world, develop a new common language and organize around a shared objective. Enabling the company to connect new dots, see new roles and forms of value creation, and explore means to unleash its potential. Understanding the business as a part of something larger and more interconnected than the industry mindset allows it to be.. The customers world view. It is common to think of customer feedback in terms of e.g. A/B testing, focus groups or surveys (amongst many). Because turning to the customer can help companies make better decisions, right? Well, yes. But it turns out that by asking customers direct questions, as is typical in these situations, they are held hostage to a limited world view proposed by the company. This becomes a huge problem, because even though customer willingly give lots of great feedback, they are unconsciously ...
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In the previous post, I referred to to means of phenotypic amplification, a process by which mutations in a single or small subset of cells could reach organismal (whole-person) detectability or effect. One means would be if a somatic mutation happens early enough in development for a large enough set of descendant cells to be affected, almost as if the mutation were inherited in the germ line. Given the n numbers of at-risk embryonic cells and the number of people produced each year, and the surely large number of genes that could have an effect on epilepsy (or any other psychological trait), this simply must occur! Depending on when in development the somatic mutation occurred, its descendant set could be general and bilateral, or could be restricted to a small part of the brain on just one side, depending on the way these tissues differentiate during development. That is, the types of epilepsy that are focal, affecting only a restricted, identifiable part of the brain, might be susceptible to ...
And this is where I came in. My assignment for the duration of my placement was to generate a proposal outlining the practical, ethical, and analytical considerations involved in such an undertaking. My training up until this point has largely focused on what to do with data once its collected. As such, I found working on a project geared towards the earliest thinking on data collection to be a great learning experience - my understanding of data grew in leaps and bounds in short time. The meat of the work was not dissimilar to a literature review - read; assess; apply; write.. However, government is a busy hive of activity with projects, deadlines, and pressures taking a very different form to those Ive so far observed in academia. Which was great for me, as I had the opportunity to contribute to several other pieces of work. My favourite was taking part in a preliminary session on how the Scottish Government plans to evaluate the new Minimum Unit Pricing policy for alcohol when the ...
1 Ideas. Often, ideas come out of conversations that I keep thinking about, out of an own pain point or out of a question.. 2 Research. Once Im curious about things, I do research about it. The time for that ranges from a minute to a week of googling, reading books and scientific papers. Indeed, I discovered my love for reading papers! Once you want to answer a very specific question, searching for the most precise answer is tons of fun. Like my little brother, I just keep asking But why? How? until my curiosity is satisfied.. 3 Structuring the post. When Im happy with the information I gathered, I try to communicate it in the best possible structure. I use a tool called Workflowy for that. It lets me move around my thoughts until I find a flow that doesnt make me want to cry anymore. To understand causes and effect better, I often visualise them with pen and paper in the process.. 4 Writing. Once I have the structure and decided what I want to communicate, the task of actually writing ...
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There are a number of animals on this mixtape. A wild hog, the lore of horses, a corncrake… But the Old Dun Cow is actually the name of a pub, burning to the ground as our heroes try to save as much booze as possible by drinking it. This discofied take on an old folk song comes from 11-piece English heroes Bellowhead. I am still proud to say I was the first person to ever play them on the radio, and it was with sadness that I heard they were disbanding after 11 years. I was there at the (almost) start and wanted to be there for the end. My friend (and fellow radio presenter) Fi Cooper (nee Nutbrown) managed to get us tickets for their final show in Oxford Town Hall, which was as manic, glorious and emotional as I could have hoped for. A best of Bellowhead was released for the mainstream market (with, oddly, all songs and no tunes), but the real keepsake is this momentous live album ...
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Whoever cares if some souls die of starving? Everybody is so busy with shopping and preparing for Eid and Diwali festivities. O you pseudo-religious dont you ever learn from your religion that every festivity, every richness should be shared with your neighbors, relatives. Many of them can only spare some minimum cost clothing called Zakaat cloth for the poor who cannot satisfy their hunger with it. If all the Muslims in Bangladesh would gave away Zakaat as prescribed, the disparity between rich and poor would be minimum and you would not find any poor. But 20% have 80% of the countrys wealth in this hypocritical Muslim majority country. And yet they spend it in huge consumption show-offs including having a holiday abroad. Some of them are ultra-religious in going to Mecca for Hajj while their relatives and neighbors back in village homes cannot secure three meals a day. What a pity, what a contradiction of the religious teachings ...
Depression is a state of low mood and aversion to activity that can have a negative effect on a persons thoughts, behavior, feelings, world view and physical well-being. Depressed people may feel…
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I write this not to elicit sympathy or purge my demons but to encourage anyone who feels they may be depressed to ask for help. It is not a sign of weakness but of strength and intelligence to know oneself. If you have tried medication unsuccessfully in the past, try again: new drugs are being developed constantly. The other aspect is the social. Group therapy, along with your medication, will radically shift your old world view. It is unbelievably liberating to walk into a group of people who are suffering in the same way you are. You will find instant brothers and sisters. Everyone who is depressed feels they are alone or crazy. That is not true and a group will help you understand that and grow into the person you should be. After my recovery I felt like a new man, or like my old self. I am very passionate about this and would be willing to talk to anyone who is having questions. I still havent decided what Im going to do when I grow up. Ive spent most of my life pursuing knowledge and ...
ACOs can be very challenging to operationalize; they call for new strategies, a new world view, and getting the answers right to two key questions.
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The only way I, as a real person, living in the real world, can start to comprehend whats going on is to believe that there was a massive misunderstanding that led to an incomprehensible division. Patrick and Kathleen, who have joined me after we spent some time together, are just as confused. We are more than internet buddies. We shared a lot of real things, we shared our families and friends. We have the same world view and would like to make this world a better place for all of us ...
The first place to be hit was the great centre of European overseas trade - the port of Genoa in Italy. The disease then spread rapidly westwards, the impact was similar in most European nations. This shouldnt be surprising, there was very little difference between the nations of Europe in those period. while the scale of the suffering sometimes varied, the ineffectual responses were very similar. Religious figures blamed the sins of the people and urged more prayer - though sometimes they were honest enough (at least in private) to admit that this would have little effect. The role of religion is important - not least because it shaped the only real world view that existed in medieval Europe. But also because the church represented the only bureaucracy that could give effective records for the impact of the plague. Statistics for the numbers of deaths in various towns and villages come from church records, but more importantly figures for the numbers of replacement churchmen allow the modern ...
Working with the Enneagram sheds light on the fears, desires and motivations that fuel your world view and behavioral patterns - often unconsciously.
The alarming world view that favors superiority and dominance tends to disregard the air, waters, land and wildlife on which we collectively depend ...
Inspired by the vision of a more awakened and compassionate world, for 39 years the Center for Mindfulness in Medicine, Health Care, and Society at the University of Massachusetts Medical School has pioneered Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) and the integration of meditation and mindfulness into mainstream medicine, health care, and society. This integration has unfolded through ongoing patient care, rigorous scientific research, academic medical and professional education, and a range of broader societal initiatives in the public and private sectors, including education, business, law, leadership, government, and collegiate and professional athletics.. Since the inception of the Centers Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Clinic in 1979, more than 24,000 people with a range of medical and psychological conditions have completed the 8-week MBSR program at UMass. Worldwide, with programs on six continents, tens of thousands of people have participated in MBSR programs. More than 18,000 ...
Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR). MBSR is an intensive 8-week, once weekly, group program developed by Dr. Jon Kabat-Zinn and associates at the University of Massachusetts Medical School in 1979. It is now an internationally acclaimed program with a growing body of research supporting its psycho-physiological benefits. It is also used as a standard in studies researching the benefits of Mindfulness, including (but not limited to) reduction of inflammation and stress, increase in immunity, and improvement of fertility. The curriculum is based on an emerging field of mind-body medicine and neuropsychology. Mindfulness actually rewires the brain and strengthens the neural pathways for resilience. It helps us to be less reactive to stressors, to manage and recover more quickly from stress, and to decrease the negative impacts of chronic stress on our bodies. Through practical training in mindfulness, cognitive behavioural and self-regulation skills, participants learn to cultivate a ...
Mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) reduces symptoms of depression, anxiety, and fear of recurrence among breast cancer (BC) survivors. However, the effects of MBSR (BC) on telomere length (TL) and telomerase activity (TA), known markers of cellular aging, psychological stress, and disease ris …
Abstract: Psychological stress is a major provocative factor of symptoms in chronic inflammatory conditions. In recent years, interest in addressing stress responsivity through meditation training in health-related domains has increased astoundingly, despite a paucity of evidence that reported benefits are specific to meditation practice. We designed the present study to rigorously compare an 8-week Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) intervention to a well-matched active control intervention, the Health Enhancement Program (HEP) in ability to reduce psychological stress and experimentally-induced inflammation. The Trier Social Stress Test (TSST) was used to induce psychological stress and inflammation was produced using topical application of capsaicin cream to forearm skin. Immune and endocrine measures of inflammation and stress were collected both before and after MBSR training. Results show those randomized to MBSR and HEP training had comparable post-training stress-evoked cortisol ...
In most health care settings, psychosocial interventions that target stress and distress states that are integrated into routine HIV care will need to serve a large number of patients. Due to their time- and cost- efficiency, group approaches are being used increasingly in medical settings to address this need. One approach that has been used successfully in cancer and other chronic diseases is mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR), an 8-week manualized treatment program that provides mood management techniques based on training in mindfulness, a metacognitive skill. A recent randomized controlled trial in cancer demonstrated that this brief intervention significantly reduced anxiety and depression symptoms and that these gains were maintained at a six-month follow-up. Similar results have been obtained in a heterogeneous sample of medical patients. Although research in this area is in its infancy, it does appear that MBSR may be effective in the management of anxiety and mood symptoms that ...
In most health care settings, psychosocial interventions that target stress and distress states that are integrated into routine HIV care will need to serve a large number of patients. Due to their time- and cost- efficiency, group approaches are being used increasingly in medical settings to address this need. One approach that has been used successfully in cancer and other chronic diseases is mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR), an 8-week manualized treatment program that provides mood management techniques based on training in mindfulness, a metacognitive skill. A recent randomized controlled trial in cancer demonstrated that this brief intervention significantly reduced anxiety and depression symptoms and that these gains were maintained at a six-month follow-up. Similar results have been obtained in a heterogeneous sample of medical patients. Although research in this area is in its infancy, it does appear that MBSR may be effective in the management of anxiety and mood symptoms that ...
Mindfulness-based stress reduction programs can be incorporated into daily nursing practice routines to help oncology nurses de-stress.
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Psychosomatic Medicine, founded in 1939, is the official organ of the American Psychosomatic Society. It publishes experimental and clinical studies dealing with various aspects of the relationships among social, psychological, and behavioral factors and bodily processes in humans and animals. It is an international, interdisciplinary journal devoted to experimental and clinical investigation in behavioral biology, psychiatry, psychology, physiology, anthropology, and clinical medicine. The Journal is published nine times a year; supplementary issues may contain reports of conferences at which original research was presented in areas relevant to the Society or may consist of monographs.
Psychosomatic Medicine, founded in 1939, is the official organ of the American Psychosomatic Society. It publishes experimental and clinical studies dealing with various aspects of the relationships among social, psychological, and behavioral factors and bodily processes in humans and animals. It is an international, interdisciplinary journal devoted to experimental and clinical investigation in behavioral biology, psychiatry, psychology, physiology, anthropology, and clinical medicine. The Journal is published nine times a year; supplementary issues may contain reports of conferences at which original research was presented in areas relevant to the Society or may consist of monographs.
Watch Comical Psychosomatic Medicine Episode 18, Subconscious Patterns of People Likely to Suffer from Mental Disorders, on Crunchyroll. People who cant readily accept compliments are not confident in themselves?! This episode will explain the cognitive consistency theory.
to the editor: We were very interested to read this update on breast cancer treatment. Although the authors presented an excellent review of the oncologic and surgical considerations in the management of breast cancer, we feel there was a missed opportunity to educate primary care physicians on research supporting the benefits of complementary and alternative interventions, such as stress reduction, acupuncture, and yoga.. Mindfulness-based stress reduction is an eight-week standardized intervention based on a validated curriculum. The curriculum includes mindfulness meditation, relaxation training, and hatha yoga techniques, and has been shown to improve multiple end points in a variety of disease states. A recent randomized controlled trial (RCT) showed that mindfulness-based stress reduction resulted in a significant reduction in depression and anxiety levels and an improvement in energy and physical functioning in patients with breast cancer.1 A critical review of published literature found ...
Andersen et al. [Acta Oncologica] studied a cohort of 336 breast cancer patients, randomly assigned to either MBSR or treatment as usual. Self-reported sleep quality improved for both conditions, with a significantly greater improvement noted for MBSR. The effect size was small, however, and the groups no longer differed at 6-, and 12-month follow-up, controls eventually catching up with MBSR participants.. The authors conclude MBSR has a small short-term effect on sleep. MBSR participants maintained their gains at long-term follow-up, suggesting maintenance of their initial improvement over time. Sleep problems were rare in this cohort, perhaps due to the patients being an average of 7-8 months past their diagnosis, placing a ceiling on the magnitude of change scores.. Reference:. Andersen, S. R., Würtzen, H., Steding-Jessen, M., Christensen, J., Andersen, K. K., Flyger, H., . . . Dalton, S. O. (2013). Effect of mindfulness-based stress reduction on sleep quality: Results of a randomized trial ...
These concepts and techniques are at the center of Dr. Shapiros work. She has published over 150 journal articles and chapters and coauthored the critically acclaimed texts The Art and Science of Mindfulness and Mindful Discipline: A Loving Approach to Setting Limits and Raising an Emotionally Intelligent Child, according to her website. Dr. Shapiro has studied meditation and mindfulness for 20 years in Thailand and Nepal. Shes the recipient of the American Council of Learned Societies teaching award. Shes a Contemplative Practice Fellow of the Mind and Life Institute which was co-founded by the Dalai Lama.. So how does this work, exactly? What does it mean in the life of a patient whos been struggling with pain and other effects of chronic illness? A great deal, according to Shapiro. One of her most recent programs has been centered around helping patients with Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis (IPF), a chronic lung disease. Medscape defines IPF as a specific form of chronic, progressive ...
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With an estimated 1.4 million deaths per year, lung cancer is the leading cause of death by cancer worldwide. Even with the best available treatment, five-year survival is merely 16% and about 60 to 70% of patients die within the first year after diagnosis [1]. This poor prognosis is often caused by a late diagnosis as the presentation usually occurs when the lung cancer is advanced. Patients may develop burdensome symptoms like pain, dyspnoea, fatigue and cough and they may undergo radical treatment, including surgery, chemo- and radiotherapy. Not surprisingly, lung cancer has a major impact on the psychological wellbeing of patients and their family. Akechi and colleagues [2] showed that 19% of patients with advanced lung cancer meets the criteria of psychiatric disorders, especially depressive and adjustment disorders. Of patients who had been successfully treated for lung cancer 15% met the criteria for a minor or major depressive disorder [3]. The prevalence rate of depressive and anxiety ...
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Mind-body dualism, or mind-body duality, is a view in the philosophy of mind that mental phenomena are, in some respects, non-physical, or that the mind and body are distinct and separable. Thus, it encompasses a set of views about the relationship between mind and matter, and between subject and object, and is contrasted with other positions, such as physicalism and enactivism, in the mind-body problem. Aristotle shared Platos view of multiple souls and further elaborated a hierarchical arrangement, corresponding to the distinctive functions of plants, animals, and people: a nutritive soul of growth and metabolism that all three share; a perceptive soul of pain, pleasure, and desire that only people and other animals share; and the faculty of reason that is unique to people only. In this view, a soul is the hylomorphic form of a viable organism, wherein each level of the hierarchy formally supervenes upon the substance of the preceding level. Thus, for Aristotle, all three souls perish when ...
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There has been a groundswell of interest in the UK in Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) and its derivatives, particularly Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT). Many health, education and
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Aging has complex impacts on both of the psychological and physical health. Methods in mind-body medicine may help relief certain problems associated with aging. In a recent study about the Chan (Zen)-based Dejian mind-body intervention (DMBI), the potential values for … Continue reading →. ...
The legacy of Descartes mind-body dualism has shaped our understanding of the relationship between mind and body beyond academia into our everyday thinking for centuries. Even for those, who are arguing against Descartes vision of mind-body dualism, the tendency of treating the mind as the captain
I thought it was about time to update my About page on this blog since it has been five years and things have changed, including me. And sometimes people read the About page.. Ive been a Consult-Liaison Psychiatrist at The University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics (UIHC) for about the last 20 years except for very short stints in private practice which didnt suit me because I like to teach.. I used to say that Im board certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (ABPN) in both Psychiatry and Psychosomatic Medicine. I dont like saying that anymore because Im not comfortable with the name Psychosomatic Medicine and because I no longer believe board certification in its present form of Maintenance of Certification (MOC) is such a great measure of clinical competence. Its certainly not a marker for excellence.. Ive spent the last 5 years actively supporting the principle of lifelong learning while opposing MOC. MOC has been a source of controversy for physicians all across ...
Muhamad Aly Rifai (Arabic الدكتور محمد علي الرفاعي) is a Syrian American internist and psychiatrist and a clinician researcher known for describing the association between psychiatric disorders and hepatitis C. He co-authored a clinical report detailing the association between hepatitis C infection and psychiatric disorders. Rifai is the Director of the Older Adults Behavioral Health Unit at Easton Hospital in Easton, Pennsylvania. He is the President and CEO of Blue Mountain Psychiatry which has locations in Pennsylvania. In May 2000, Rifai was awarded the American Psychiatric Institute for Research and Educations Janssen Scholars Fellowship for research on severe mental illness. In 2006, he became the recipient of the Academy of Psychosomatic Medicines William Webb Fellowship. As of 2007, he is a fellow of the Academy of Psychosomatic Medicine. He is also a fellow of the American College of Physicians and the American Psychiatric Association. He is a clinical professor ...
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PENNSYLVANIA - An eight-week mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) program not only reduces stress, but could also lower blood sugar, U.S. researchers say.. Our study suggests that MBSR could be a useful tool for preventing or treating diabetes in patients with overweight or obesity, lead author Dr. Nazia Raja-Khan from Penn State College of Medicine in Hershey, Pennsylvania, said by email.. MBSR, an intensive instructor-led training program, incorporates meditation, body awareness and other anxiety-reducing techniques. It was originally developed decades ago at the University of Massachusetts Medical Center in Worcester to help patients manage pain and stress while being treated for cancer and other serious illnesses, but the course is now offered in a wide variety of settings nationwide.. MBSR training has been shown to reduce stress and therefore might reduce the risk of heart disease in overweight or obese individuals, though this has yet to be proven, Raja Khans team writes in the ...
Psychiatric education for the medical student addresses itself to students and potential non-psychiatric physicians needs in identifying and addressing the biopsychosocial aspects of patient care. The education is best based on the clinical method, using the extended interview to identify the relationship of environmental and social circumstances to the anlage, onset and reaction to illness in the patient. Within this pattern, genetic, epigenetic developmental patterns, earlier illness, behavioral and personality patterns are identified ...
Taylor R. Ramler & Dr. Linda Tennison (May 2014) - Mindfulness and the College Transition: The Efficacy of a Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Intervention in Fostering Adjustment among First-Year Students (Presented at the Association for Psychological Science Annual Convention, San Francisco, CA ...
How can we improve the cognitive health of our clients, and ourselves as nurses? The systematic review and meta-analysis by De Vibe et al. (2017) suggests that mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) influences participants mental health, quality of life, somatic health and social functioning.
Alternative Health and Wellness Interview, Russell E. DiCarlo interviews Dr. Willis Harman about the issue of the scientific world view aimed at prediction, and control, and creating technologies and the need to balance with the awareness that the causes of things are not out in the material world at all, but at non-measureable, spiritual levels.
However, these early metaverse worlds carry in too many incongruous metaphors from the physical world. One is not making use of VR to change the concept and physical layout of space. It should be possible for users to personalize by choosing a profile for the sims (properties/mini-sites) that will display in their virtual world views, at minimum with ad-blocking. The Berners-Lee Internet, in 2d or 3d, is about pull not push; users should have the right to populate their own attention flow streams ...
Another form of disempowerment of the individual comes through institutionalized control. These are the top-down hierarchical control structures of society such as schooling, media and its censorship, mass propaganda, etc. We feel the institutional pressures weighing down on us and whats more we are becoming more aware that some of these control structures were put in place to accommodate the agenda of the few at the expense of the many. The self-defeating world view that accompanies this is a fatalist one. We have given up our control and freedom completely, feeling that this is the way things are and that there is nothing much we can do about it. This is how the world works.... This is also referred to as the problem of diffused responsibility, where individuals feel that the current state of affairs in the world is not their responsibility but that of a higher power such as the governments, politicians, leaders and the institutions ...
Let me point something out. I was going to revise that last paragraph because I have been teaching my students how not to fragment and comma-splice sentences, and I really ought to set a better example. I mean, just attaching a bunch of clauses together with dashes does NOT a coherent sentence make. But then I thought, heck, what a good example of syntax reflecting world view? See, I tend to think, Its all connected. I mean, if I werent a skeptic, Id be a conspiracy theorist, because within me theres a suspicion that Oliver North is connected to the assassination of JFK. Sure, maybe he was only 19 at the time, but really, in the 80s, he was connected with just about everything, and who knows? Anyway, my dark fantasies about Ollie North aside, I do think its all connected, and that is reflected in my choice of university -- Chicago, where everything is cross-curricular-- and also my favorite punctuation mark, yes, the dash, and itd probably also be the ellipsis if I wasnt so scared of ...