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Interview de Jean-François Vézina « Tout se joue avant 100 ans » | Daily Books. Jean-François Vézina Jean-François Vézina, psychologue et auteur de « Les hasards nécessaires », « Danser avec le chaos », « L’aventure amoureuse » et « Se réaliser dans un monde d’images », de passage en Suisse pour présenter son dernier livre « Tout se joue avant 100 ans » a répondu aux questions de Daily Books : Tu as présenté ton livre au Québec, en France, en Suisse.

Tu vois des différences ? Y-a-t-il un accueil différent d’un pays à l’autre ? Oui, c’est mystérieux. Est-ce que tu es surpris par l’accueil en Suisse ? Je suis très agréablement surpris. Mais là, on a l’impression qu’il y a un décollage avec « Tout se joue avant 100 ans » ? Tout à fait. Tu dis que tu écris de la psycho-philo-poésie, est-ce un nouveau genre littéraire ou une manière d’être ? C’est une très bonne question. Est-ce que tu retrouves cette façon de regarder le monde dans notre monde d’aujourd’hui ? Ma plus grande psycho-philo-poète, c’est ma fille. C’est les deux. As-tu une relation interactive avec tes lecteurs ? Tout se joue avant 100 ans à l'Émission Ego Système. Contact. Les Français & Le Nouveau Monde numérique. Enquête Retrouvez ci-dessous en images les résultats de la première édition du baromètre Inria « Les Français et le Nouveau Monde numérique ».

Partager / Intégrer © 22 mars. Children are suffering a severe deficit of play – Peter Gray. When I was a child in the 1950s, my friends and I had two educations. We had school (which was not the big deal it is today), and we also had what I call a hunter-gather education. We played in mixed-age neighbourhood groups almost every day after school, often until dark. We played all weekend and all summer long. We had time to explore in all sorts of ways, and also time to become bored and figure out how to overcome boredom, time to get into trouble and find our way out of it, time to daydream, time to immerse ourselves in hobbies, and time to read comics and whatever else we wanted to read rather than the books assigned to us. What I learnt in my hunter-gatherer education has been far more valuable to my adult life than what I learnt in school, and I think others in my age group would say the same if they took time to think about it.

Over the same decades that children’s play has been declining, childhood mental disorders have been increasing. Learning versus playing. Daily Weekly. L'être et l'écran. Jillian Pransky. Mindplay to Expand Love in Your Life Friendship is as important to our health as getting enough sleep, eating well, and exercising. In this talk Jillian Pransky tells us that this is old news. 2,500-years ago Metta meditation was presented as a path to befriend our selves and develop a greater capacity to connect deeply with others – in the playground of our mind.

Combining Metta with yoga practices will melt tension, release stagnant energy, and train the mind to be more spacious and present. In this open relaxed state, we can cultivate a transformative quality of friendliness towards ourselves. This isn’t only good for us; it’s good for everyone we come into contact with. About Jillian Pransky I’ve lived that magic of when you truly are doing exactly as you should be…and doing it with your whole heart.

Jillian Pransky is an international presenter, National Director of Restorative Therapeutic Yoga Teacher Training for Yoga Works and co-founder of the Bright Spirit Yoga Teacher Training. Le sourire diminue l'espace entre les gens. A Playful Path - The Book, the Spirit, the Experience. Auguste Derrière - Site Officiel. The Value of Play. The 20-Second Rule to Ending Procrastination - Fulfillment Daily. The Problem: Why do we procrastinate instead of getting things done? The Science: Our mind is highly distractable but there is an answer! Solution: With the 20-Second Rule, you’ll get things done, done right, and done now! In his book The Happiness Advantage, Shawn Achor, the lecturer of a popular course on happiness at Harvard, tells us how he wanted to read more books and watch less TV.

The intention was good, but after a long day at work, he arrived at home and slumped onto the sofa. “I’ll start reading soon,” he thought while picking up the remote control – and before he knew it, two hours had passed. He realized that the problem was the 20-second threshold that separated him from the books and decided to reverse the situation. Thus the 20-Second Rule was born. Twenty seconds sounds like a trivial time, but it can completely change how you spend the next two hours. Myself, I found the 20-Second rule indispensable last summer when I trained for my first marathon. Signing you up! Lois Holzman. Play Helps Us Grow at Any Age In this talk, Dr. Holzman documents the importance of play in our growth and development throughout our entire lives. Babies and toddlers play their way to growth.

They learn how to talk, draw, dance, even think, through playing at what they’re not yet—performing it before they know it. Lucky for us non-babies, the mystery of exactly why and how play is developmental has been revealed and put to use with adults! Across the globe, from board rooms to therapy rooms, from hospital wards to refugee camps, “play revolutionaries” are helping people and communities embrace play as a way to keep developing. About Lois Holzman Lois Holzman is a passionate advocate for tools and practices that empower people to transform the alienation and passivity of our culture—and she’s found play to be one of the most powerful transformers. Robyn Stratton-Berkessel. Pat Rumbaugh. Pat Rumbaugh “Saving Play: One Playful Step At A Time” Since the 1980s, American kids have lost 8 to 12 hours of free playtime a week. Those days when parents used to say, “go out and play, and don’t come home till dinner” are gone. Pat “The Play Lady” Rumbaugh believes we need to “organize unorganized play” both for kids and adults, and strengthen our physical and mental health in the process.

In her talk she reminds us of the importance of play and shows us how we can bring it back into our lives and communities. About Pat Rumbaugh Pat Rumbaugh, The Play Lady was the child that was always outside playing. TakomaPlays! Karl Kapp. Freedom to Learn. Is Psychology Missing the Play Revolution? What do gardening, spoken word, video games, engineering, running, making beer, talking to strangers, going to the theatre, fixing bikes, dealing with trauma, and drumming have in common?

All were topics at TEDxNavesink-PLAY, a day-long event at the Two River Theater in Red Bank, New Jersey on May 10 2014. Yes, play. In all, there were two dozen presentations organized to highlight four features of play: its possibility, pleasure, progress and paradox. I was so pleased to be invited to share my own work and spend the day learning how others play and think about play.

For me—a developmental psychologist concerned with the power of play throughout the life span—this was a conference-goer’s dream. Peter Gray spoke on the decline of play and the rise of mental disorders. These and other presentations illustrated one of the themes of my own talk, “Play Helps Us Grow at Any Age.”

When babies and their caregivers play, they Open yourself up to play. Confravision | mapping the future through public discourse. Keri Smith. Qu'est-ce que le virtuel? Pierre Lévy Table des matières Retour Un mouvement général de virtualisation affecte aujourd'hui non seulement l'information et la communication mais aussi bien les corps, le fonctionnement économique, les cadres collectifs de la sensibilité ou l'exercice de l'intelligence. La virtualisation atteint même les modalités de l'être ensemble, la constitution du "nous" : communautés virtuelles, entreprises virtuelles, démocratie virtuelle...

Quoique la numérisation des messages et l'extension du cyberespace jouent un rôle capital dans la mutation en cours, il s'agit d'une vague de fond qui déborde amplement l'informatisation. Faut-il craindre une déréalisation générale ? Jamais, sans doute, le changement des techniques, de l'économie et des moeurs n'ont été si rapides et déstabilisants. Comme on le verra tout au long de ce livre, le virtuel, rigoureusement défini, n'a que peu d'affinité avec le faux, l'illusoire ou l'imaginaire. Dans le premier chapitre, "Qu'est-ce que la virtualisation ? " André Stern - Je ne suis jamais allé à l'école.