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The Science of Stress and How Our Emotions Affect Our Susceptibility to Burnout and Disease, by Maria Popova
August 2, 2015
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June 26, 2015
Comments Off on Master Shots: First and Final Frames of 55 Films Side-by-Side, by Jacob T. Swinney
The Meta-Story and Worldview of many films is discernible from little more than their first and final shots. Don’t believe it? Watch this video!
June 23, 2015
Comments Off on Psychology Backs the Power of Developing a Positive Worldview, by Todd W. Hall, PhD
You can’t directly change your worldview, but you can seek out new experiences that create the conditions for change. “Implicit Relational Trust” is a good place to start…
June 26, 2014
Comments Off on Honeymoon from Hell: Micro-Worldviews and the Volcano in Your Backyard
No one ever plans on a volcanic eruption in their own backyard, but it isn’t as uncommon as one might think. Not when there are so many unseen forces at work in the depths of our worldview. Just ask Jeannie and Kevin about their honeymoon…
February 13, 2014
Comments Off on The Devil Wears Prada and Worldview Transformation
The fashion industry’s story opens up new plausibility structures for Andy’s decision-making. Her drive to succeed subtly shifts from her original goal of hard journalism to pursuing the goals of Amanda Priestly. Her journey toward the dark side begins with a single dress. But will it forever dominate her destiny?