Buddhism has 2,600 years on the face of the earth. Its definition can encompass both religion, philosophy and psychology. The theoretical corpus of Buddhist psychology is so broad and extensive that modern psychology decided many years ago to begin researching it. What can Buddhist psychology give us?
Yin Yang is perhaps the best known and documented concept used within Taoism. The symbol of Yin and Yang goes back to ancient China and represents the belief that everything in the universe is formed by two forces that are opposite but at the same time complementary. Content 1 The basic philosophy of Yin Yang 2 Symbolism of the parts of Yin Yang 3 The Yin Yang Means: Harmony and Balance 4 Basic concepts of defining the nature of Yin Yang 5 How Yin Yang flows The basic philosophy of Yin Yang According to Yin Yang and his philosophy about the universe, everything that exists is constant and at the same time cyclic.
In this article we are going to talk about breaks. Most people have gone through some emotional breakdown throughout our lives and we know that it is not going well. When we break up with our partner It's not just that we have lost that person we supposedly want. (I say supposedly because many times it is more a matter of dependence than of love) If not all of a sudden our whole world falls apart.
Place the numbers from 1 to 14 in the heptagon that appears on the left so that the sum of the three numbers of each edge of the heptagon is 26. Solution There are many solutions, here are some of them. Starting with the position marked with the letter A and writing the numbers clockwise we have: 14,1,11,2,13,5,8,6,12,4,10,7,9,3 14,2,10 , 3,13,4,9,5,12,6,8,7,11,1 14,2,10,4,12,1,13,5,8,7,11,6,9,3
He is in the middle of a traffic jam and does not have time to get to that important date, but he will also be late for lunch and all afternoon work will be delayed. Things accumulate, he lacks time and almost does not rest. Run from one place to another overflowing activity, but your body begins to complain.
Hallucinations are a phenomenon in which one is convinced to perceive a stimulus, which does not exist. It is characterized, therefore, by perceiving the stimulus in a very clear way and because the person really believes in the existence of the stimulus. In addition, the person maintains an objective perception of the rest of the real stimuli.