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Top 10 Ways Your Brain Is Sabotaging You (and How to Beat It) @Firesphere: Not that I don't believe you, but do you have a source for that? @inverts: I did, it was an article on a Dutch website. I'm searching for an English source. It was testet with CAT scans etcetera, the male brain showed indeed no activity when asked to "shut your eyes and calm down, think of as less as possible" Where the female brain kept being active. *Searches on* A funny side-fact on this: "Female" gays, seem to never be able to "shutdown" where as "male" lesbians were able to completely stop thinking. Sorry, I am unable to find the article I got this information from. If I find it again, I'll let it know offcourse. @Firesphere: The article suggests from that information, that those with a "masculine" mindset (for lack of a better term) can shut their brains down; "feminine" brains always have at least one task running then?

Luz Arcoiris Son una especie de “códigos” que están situados en lo más profundo de nuestras mentes en forma de creencias y de todo tipo de inhibiciones que nos paralizan. Cuenta Marianne Costa que en un momento de su vida escribió en un papel de pergamino: “soy una fracasada”. Después lo firmó con una gota de su sangre y lo enterró. En ese lugar plantó una bella flor y empezó a diseñar su realidad liberada de esa maldición. (Es un acto psicomágico, donde nos liberamos de esos códigos que recibimos de nuestra familia) Un contrato es un acuerdo entre dos partes que se comprometen a dar algo y a recibir algo a cambio. Estos contratos pueden afectar a nuestros cuatro egos: Ejemplos de contratos intelectuales: Muchas de las creencias que tenemos son contratos que mantenemos con nuestro árbol genealógico, ideas que se nos han transmitido desde nuestros bisabuelos y que no podemos cuestionar. c) “Eres torpe como tu madre” (Una profecía que actúa como una maldición que acaba cumpliéndose)

The 20 best Android apps for creatives | App | Page 2 The Android platform just grows and grows - here's a rundown of the best Android apps available for designers on Google's mobile OS. Android is hugely popular. In fact, it's the world's most-used mobile OS. And the ecosystem is evolving. However, as developers have become more savvy to the opportunities of Android - and its huge install base - there are now many many apps on offer for the creative. Also read: Best iPhone apps for designers 01. Developer: Adobe Price: Free Adobe Photoshop Express for Android is a basic but capable image editor that lets you make quick edits on your phone or tablet and has the tremendous advantage of being free. So what's new in version 2.0? 02. Developer: Bulkypix Price: $2.99/£2.22 We love the idea behind Type:Rider. The levels themselves are typographically themed, with the landscape made up in part of letterforms from various typefaces. 03. Developer: Aviate Price: Free 04. Developer: Paperless Price: £1.99 05. Developer: Fontly Price: £1.99 06. 07. 08.

10 simple ways to save yourself from messing up your life - Step Stop taking so much notice of how you feel. How you feel is how you feel. It’ll pass soon. What you’re thinking is what you’re thinking. Adrian Savage is a writer, an Englishman, and a retired business executive, in that order. Read full content

El Cuestionario de Bernard Pivot | Lo que pasa por tu cabeza por Clau Fotografía via imdb Ahora casi no veo tele pero hace un para de años pasaba el día entero frente al televisor y uno de mis programas favoritos era Inside the Actors Studio. Es un show sencillo, James Lipton entrevista de manera cercana a algún actor, director o escritor. El primer entrevistado fue Paul Newman en 1994 y le han seguido la mayoría de las estrellas de Hollywood. En realidad, el cuestionario no es de Bernard Pivot, tiene muchos años más de antigüedad. Me parece que es una forma interesante de conocer a las personas, por supuesto, no es decisoria pero entretiene y ayuda a conocer cosas que no sabrías de otra forma. Las respuestas de Jodie Foster desde el mínuto 6:20 El turno de Liza Minnelli A varios ya les he hecho el cuestionario, me encantaría que los demás también se animaran y, así, conocerlos un poco más. ¿Cuál es tu palabra favorita? ¿Cuál es la palabra que menos te gusta? ¿Qué es lo que más te causa placer? ¿Qué es lo que te desagrada? Me gusta:

Apps in Education D*I*Y Planner | the best thing in printing since Gutenberg The Questionnaires of James Lipton, Bernard Pivot, and Marcel Proust | SenseList Fans of Inside the Actor’s Studio are familiar with James Lipton’s list of questions, which he poses to each of his guests at the end of an interview. Lipton always gives credit for this list to French talk show host Bernard Pivot, who hosted Apostrophes from 1975–1990 and Bouillon de Culture from 1990–2001; he often mentions that the list originally came from French novelist Marcel Proust (1871–1922). Proust did not actually create the questionnaire that frequently has his name attached, though he did famously answer two versions of it (once at age 13, and a second time at age 20), and thereby gave the lists a certain notoriety. Their original author is unknown. As it turns out, Lipton’s list differs in three questions from Pivot’s, and neither of the lists has a single question in common with either of Proust’s! But here are all four lists (the last three being approximate French translations). James Lipton’s Questionnaire What is your favorite word? Bernard Pivot’s Questionnaire

5 Model iPhone Apps You Can Create With No Coding Skills Required In this follow-up article, I will share five model iPhone applications developed using Buzztouch. While these apps are not at the top of any iTunes Store List, you will see how they are useful for niche markets, organizations, clients, and the like. Imagine not only handing your clients your business card but also a portfolio mobile app of your work. Or what about turning your business PDF guide or ebook into an app? It’s really simple with Buzztouch. All the following apps make use of over a dozen Buzztouch tools and templates for app creation. 101 Keyboard Shortcuts For Mac 101 Keyboard Shortcuts makes creative use of nearly all the Buzztouch tools, including a quiz game, custom HTML pages for the shortcut instructions, and the sharing tool properties for the social networking menu items. The developer includes sub-menu properties that include a simple Email Us template that generates a pre-written email about the app that users can send and share with others. ERres Light Travel eBook

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