Regular Posts Tagged ‘brain’
Sound escape: On the use of sound editing software for therapeutically oriented art making process
16th Mar 2015Posted in: Blog, Uncategorized 0

  Rationale      Art therapists are looking for therapeutic dimensions inherent to creative process. We want to know if certain techniques or mediums can contribute positively to therapeutic outcomes and whether any observable outcomes could be cross culturally valid or individually specific. Beyond that, we often wonder how certain formal (manifest) or symbolic (latent) content […]

Long Showers and Memory
21st Mar 2011Posted in: Blog 0

There is a phenomenon, or perhaps we should call it a human tendency. That tendency is to take longer rather than shorter showers. My wife to be sure likes really really long showers. I don’t particularly like long showers as i find them wasteful on water but i definitely go beyond five minutes in the […]

Art Therapy, Painting, Process
13th Mar 2011Posted in: Blog 0

The first person view is of particular usefulness in the acount of how art therapy works. The race is on right now to put the huge body of knowledge which art therapy relies on, into scientific language. However, we must remember that experience and observation do have scientific value, if not validity. We must not […]

top documentaries
11th Jan 2011Posted in: Blog 0

The Emasculating Truth http://topdocumentaryfilms.com/emasculating-truth/ Global consciousness is really buzzing right now. It is stimulated by the internet like an individual in the midst of an enormous thought. This documentary is an indication of what i have just said. It is a remise en question of the nature of masculinity. Human consciousness is waking up. There […]

neurology 1
11th Dec 2010Posted in: Blog 0

it is miraculous to ponder that the human brain can simultaneously calculate time, distance, velocity, trajectory, while also moving the body towards an object moving in space, such as a baseball. The fact that the mind can do this is surely proof of incredible its power.

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