is wonderful space, where things and people are visible, heard, experienced,
felt and sensed…
space is everywhere. You walk, run, fly, drive, ride, ski through it… It is in
the air, water, substance, wind, sky, clouds, etc. Otherwise, you will never
see or notice them.
tell me, can you own air?
not, you cannot own nor ‘have’ your mind. We all just use this space for
living, dreaming, acting and understanding the world.
you still consider that you have your own mind in your head, then you might
experience pain or even fight foreign ideas or ‘thoughts’. In this case, ‘your
own mind’ is nothing but a narrow limited space, deprived of wonderful source
of everything lovely and fresh in our Earth.
notion “Mind” is just an abstract concept.
we accept this abstract concept as a fact, then we start understanding, that
there is nothing to ‘keep in our heads’.
nobody will ever be able to ‘control’ your life, command you or ‘read’ your
Read Gianni Rodari’s fairy tale “Cipollino”,
you will understand our limitations immediately
mind is always fresh & abstract. It originates from the wonderful universe
we live in.
of us has a special apparatus of recognizing people and their qualities.
is of double origin coming of:
itself. On the biological level, we feel immediately, if this or that
person is good to us. If the person is good, then we have the same substances
in the body, brain and blood. It is biological unity between people. It makes
us feeling physically good in each other’s presence and even in memory about
most vivid example of natural likeness is the state of alcoholic intoxication. Drunken
people have the same biology for a short period.
French friends, wine makers
releases dopamine – the neurosubstances of feeling good, brave and daring
and endorphins - that produce feelings of pleasure
Read my articles “Why Alcohol Is Addicting? (Part
same natural mechanisms are true about sex relationships. You have erotic
desire only towards a man or a woman, who is biologically good for your body as
experience maximum sexual pleasure and satisfying intensity of orgasms. Heterosexual
relationships are complimentary on physical level. Homosexual pairs are formed
mostly on social acceptance and the lack of tenderness from opposite gender.
unity. On the intellectual and emotional levels, we immediately understand
if we have similar human qualities with another person. If you are kind,
friendly, intelligent, clever, tender, advantageous, etc, then you will
immediately recognize these qualities in another person. It usually happens
unconsciously, skipping our conscious analysis at the initial stage of acquaintance
or social contacts.
qualities (ex, kindness, friendliness, cleverness, intelligence, advantageousness,
tenderness, etc) are missing in another person – they would never understand
and value you as a personality and a human being…
contrary, if both people possess the same qualities and the likewise biology,
they feel incredible comfort in each other’s presence. This is how best friends
appear as well as couples with lovely relationships are formed.
want to know, appreciate and deal only with those people who have many things
in common with us.
good words and wishes to those you value and understand.
the American Heart Association's criteria, a study of 5,000 adults found that
the most optimistic people had twice the odds of being in ideal cardiovascular
health as their pessimistic counterparts.
People who have upbeat
outlooks on life have significantly better cardiovascular health, suggests a
new study that examined associations between optimism and heart health in more
than 5,100 adults.
"Individuals with the highest levels of optimism have twice the
odds of being in ideal cardiovascular health compared to their more pessimistic
counterparts," said lead author Rosalba Hernandez, a professor of social
work at the University
of Illinois. "This
association remains significant, even after adjusting for socio-demographic
characteristics and poor mental health."
Participants' cardiovascular health was assessed using seven metrics:
blood pressure, body mass index, fasting plasma glucose and serum cholesterol
levels, dietary intake, physical activity and tobacco use -- the same metrics
used by the American Heart Association to define heart health and being
targeted by the AHA in its Life's Simple 7 public awareness campaign.
In accordance with AHA's heart-health criteria, the researchers
allocated 0, 1 or 2 points -- representing poor, intermediate and ideal scores,
respectively -- to participants on each of the seven health metrics, which were
then summed to arrive at a total cardiovascular health score. Participants'
total health scores ranged from 0 to 14, with a higher total score indicative
of better health.
The participants, who ranged in age from 45-84, also completed surveys
that assessed their mental health, levels of optimism, and physical health,
based upon self-reported extant medical diagnoses of arthritis, liver and
Individuals' total health scores increased in tandem with their levels
of optimism. People who were the most optimistic were 50 and 76 percent more
likely to have total health scores in the intermediate or ideal ranges,
The association between optimism and cardiovascular health was even
stronger when socio-demographic characteristics such as age, race and
ethnicity, income and education status were factored in. People who were the
most optimistic were twice as likely to have ideal cardiovascular health, and
55 percent more likely to have a total health score in the intermediate range,
the researchers found.
Optimists had significantly better blood sugar and total cholesterol
levels than their counterparts. They also were more physically active, had
healthier body mass indexes and were less likely to smoke, according to a paper
on the research that appears in the January/February 2015 issue of Health
Behavior and Policy
The findings may be of clinical significance, given that a 2013 study
indicated that a one-point increase in an individual's total-health score on
the LS7 was associated with an 8 percent reduction in their risk of stroke,
"At the population level, even this moderate difference in
cardiovascular health translates into a significant reduction in death
rates," Hernandez said. "This evidence, which is hypothesized to
occur through a biobehavioral mechanism, suggests that prevention strategies
that target modification of psychological well-being -- e.g., optimism -- may
be a potential avenue for AHA to reach its goal of improving Americans'
cardiovascular health by 20 percent before 2020."
Believed to be the first study to examine the association of optimism
and cardiovascular health in a large, ethnically and racially diverse
population, the sample for the current study was 38 percent white, 28 percent
African-American, 22 percent Hispanic/Latino and 12 percent Chinese.
Data for the study were derived from the Multi-Ethnic Study of
Atherosclerosis, an ongoing examination of subclinical cardiovascular disease
that includes 6,000 people from six U.S. regions, including Baltimore, Chicago,
Forsyth County in North Carolina, and Los Angeles County.
Begun in July 2000, MESA
followed participants for 11 years, collecting data every 18 months to two
years. Hernandez, who is an affiliated investigator on MESA, is leading a team
in conducting prospective analyses on the associations found between optimism
and heart health.
"We now have available data to examine optimism at baseline and
cardiovascular health a decade later," said Hernandez.
Rosalba Hernandez, Kiarri N. Kershaw, Juned Siddique, Julia K.
Boehm, Laura D. Kubzansky, Ana Diez-Roux, Hongyan Ning, Donald M. Lloyd-Jones.Optimism and Cardiovascular Health:
Multi-Ethnic Study of Atherosclerosis (MESA).Health Behavior and Policy Review,
2015; 2 (1): 62 DOI:10.14485/HBPR.2.1.6
In a new study, published today in the
Criminology Psychology, researchers from the University of Surrey
have found further evidence to suggest that eyewitnesses to crimes remember
more accurate details when they close their eyes. The team also discovered that
building a rapport with witnesses also helped them to remember more.
178 participants took part across two studies. In the first experiment,
participants watched a film depicting an electrician entering a property,
carrying out jobs and stealing items. Each participant was then randomly
assigned one of four conditions, either eyes closed or open, and having built
up a rapport with the interviewer or not. They were then asked a series of
questions about the film, such as 'what was written on the front of the van?' The
team found that closing their eyes led participants to answer 23 per cent more
of the questions correctly. Building rapport also increased the number of
correct answers, however, closing their eyes was effective regardless of
whether rapport had been built or not.
The second experiment took the memory task one step further, by asking
witnesses about things they had heard, as well as things they had seen. This
time, participants watched a clip from Crimewatch, showing a reconstruction of
a burglary where an elderly man was attacked in his home. Results showed that closing
their eyes helped participants recall both audio and visual details, both when
they had built rapport and when they had not.
Across both experiments, participants who did not build rapport said
they felt less comfortable when they closed their eyes, compared to when they
kept their eyes open. In contrast, participants who built rapport felt more
comfortable when they closed their eyes.
"It is clear from our research that closing the eyes and building
rapport help with witness recall," said lead author Dr Robert Nash from
the University of
"Although closing your eyes to remember seems to work whether or
not rapport has been built beforehand, our results show that building rapport
makes witnesses more at ease with closing their eyes. That in itself is vital
if we are to encourage witnesses to use this helpful technique during
Robert A. Nash, Alena Nash, Aimee Morris, Siobhan L. Smith.Does rapport-building boost the
eyewitness eyeclosure effect in closed questioning?Legal and Criminological Psychology, 2015; DOI:10.1111/lcrp.12073
explains why we close our eyes in dreaming and recalling pleasant experiences.
It makes us smile happily, right?
you happen to have an English copy of this book in .doc, text or PDF formats, I
will be grateful for you to send it to me. I will return your copy in several
days, richly illustrated, as I did with the Russian translation.
you do today to purify the living space from within?
the principle “There is nothing and
nobody from within” as your
health and wellness motto or personal mantra.
it, repeat it, spell it, write is, and draw it as your own image or symbol.
So, the principle of absolute health is this:
“There is nothing
and nobody in-within.
and everybody is in the outer world”
the world whatever you need yourself.
outer world, or rather your own knowledge about it - is the place of action,
communication or even thinking about it. Your knowledge (and secrets) does not
exist, until you decide to apply it or revive it. So, as the matter of fact,
there is nothing to hide from others within your body or ‘private inner worlds’.
can read your own thoughts, your opinions and your personal information, as you
had encoded it with your own meaning!
cases, your thoughts, attitudes or opinions can resonate with the same thoughts
attitudes and opinions of another person or group. If it happens, then there
occurs mutual understanding. But this is another story.
the outer world is your own interpretation or understanding of it, you may
easily wish it the best things you love. This is how you can do it:
wish the world beauty”
wish the world absolute health”
wish the world to bathe in love”
wish the world kindness”
wish the world lovely relationships”
wish the world happiness”, etc.
more often you wish the world the best, the better your health and
relationships become. As what you wish – comes to you multiplied!
to say, that if you or somebody else wishes the world and people evil or
troubles – they get the troubles back themselves, multiplied…
you wish the world everything the best on regular basis,
…thus, removing blocks of fear, loneliness,
from the purest and wonderful source of life,
the world whatever you need every morning and night before falling asleep, you start
noticing that your relationships become better and better, you attract
interesting and kind people, etc, etc, etc.
of your wish opens the best possibilities in the form of purest intelligent and
loving energy of the universe!
you world the world friendly attention to each other and kindness
Your fears become less as they shrink in size to dissapear
…opening fresh space and energy for best relationships