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Kevin Durant

Sat, 16 Jun 2012 16:01:00 +0000

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(image) Kevin Durant Wallpapers.



Andriy Shevchenko

Mon, 11 Jun 2012 20:56:00 +0000

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(image) Andriy Shevchenko Wallpapers.



All I Really Want

Mon, 11 Jun 2012 17:21:00 +0000

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(image) All I Really Want.



Euro 2012

Sun, 03 Jun 2012 17:27:00 +0000

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(image) Euro 2012 Pictures.



UEFA Euro 2012

Sun, 03 Jun 2012 17:14:00 +0000

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(image) This football match is expected in June 2012. Do not forget to watch.



Devils

Sun, 03 Jun 2012 17:07:00 +0000

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(image) Devils Wallpapers.



Elizabeth Warren

Sun, 03 Jun 2012 16:59:00 +0000

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(image) Elizabeth Warren.



Queen Elizabeth's Diamond Jubilee

Sun, 03 Jun 2012 02:51:00 +0000

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(image) Queen Elizabeth's Diamond Jubilee.



MTV Movie Awards

Sun, 03 Jun 2012 02:46:00 +0000

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(image) MTV Movie Awards.



No Hitter

Sun, 03 Jun 2012 02:40:00 +0000

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(image) No Hitter Pictures.



Making Faces with Kristen Stewart

Sun, 03 Jun 2012 02:09:00 +0000

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(image) Kristen Stewart has a reputation for looking bored and bummed on the red carpet and many more.



The Cheesiest Celebrity Twitter Feeds

Sun, 03 Jun 2012 02:02:00 +0000

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(image) Jennifer Love Hewitt and Paris Hilton tweet when they cry, while Aubrey O'Day peppers her feed with inspirational quotes and her thoughts on hairy backs.



Justin Bieber's Norwegian Fans Chase Him by Speedboat

Sun, 03 Jun 2012 01:55:00 +0000

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(image) Justin's Norwegian fans were able to scream louder than their speedboats' engines, as evidenced by the new video he posted on Twitter only now.






Around the World with Emma Watson

Sun, 03 Jun 2012 01:43:00 +0000

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(image) Around the World with Emma Watson.



The Science of Healing the Brain Using Music

Sat, 02 Jun 2012 16:40:00 +0000

The human brain is an amazing piece of machinery that controls, processes and stores everything we think, say or do. And every function in our body, both conscious and unconscious, is run by our brain. When part of our brain is compromised through stroke or acquired brain injury we are able to grasp just how much the brain is relied upon for daily operations.Brain injury, caused by traumatic impact, stroke or disease (such as Parkinson's) is known to impair several areas of cognitive function in victims. Combinations of chemical imbalances in the brain and severe emotional distress, impairments of speech and language processing, physical abilities, cognitive processing, as well as loss or disorganization of memory are the common result of many injuries.Through the efforts of scientists in the field of neurology, we are discovering and identifying how our brains change throughout out lives, not just in the developing brains of children, or the adapting brains of brain injury victims. With advanced technology that is able to capture images of brain functions while performing various simple or complex tasks we can see exactly what's happening in our brains when we are engaging in music therapy. Researchers at the Dana institute (according to the article cited below) are discovering that music functions use many of the same brain pathways as motor functions, speech and language processing functions and cognitive functions. Because of this, music therapists are able to participate, and be an important part of rehabilitation in individuals with brain injuries. Advanced brain scan technologies show that music is activating so many areas of the brain and music therapists have been able to design and create musical interventions that target specific functions and help to reshape and retrain brain injury victims to perform daily tasks.As a music therapist, I have had the privilege to work with stroke and traumatic brain injury victims for the last few years in individual and group situations. I've seen remarkable improvements in clients in the areas of balance, fine and gross motor coordination, speech production, speech processing and memory recovery. I have also witnessed significant improvements in mood, increased hope and increased motivation. A brain injury is a cognitive and physical loss but victims also experience much grief. Music therapy not only targets rehabilitation of daily functions and retraining of the brain, but it can holistically address emotional, social and wellness needs of clients. Tears are shed, friendships formed, joys and excitement expressed all in the making of music, and rehabilitation on all fronts.[...]



Music of The Spheres

Sat, 02 Jun 2012 16:32:00 +0000

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(image) Music of The Spheres Pictures.



Benefits of Music Therapy for Children With Learning Disabilities

Sat, 02 Jun 2012 16:21:00 +0000

Music therapy is not for every child with a learning disability as some children may be very sensitive to sounds and vibrations. They may react badly so the therapy may need to be modified to be more low-key and quieter for children with some sensory processing disorders. Music can also be incorporated into sensory breaks for children and adapted to meet their needs.The therapist normally plays piano or guitar in the background and the children are instructed to do free play with the instruments he or she provides. The therapist will also instruct them how to use the instruments as a group, taking different subgroups at a time playing together and then collectively as a larger group playing together as a form of therapy.Using music therapy, children will get to use parts of their brain that they may not normally use, their mood will be enhanced and they will get effective stress relief so they will be better able to cope with the challenges life throws at them. Thanks to visit my blogs now.[...]



How To Sell Music Online On Your Own

Sat, 02 Jun 2012 16:09:00 +0000

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(image) In the last 5 years research has shown that more and more record labels are starting to go into debt while new music artists are blowing up and selling their music thousands of records without the help of these big time production companies.The simple answer to this is that these music artists have discovered that the internet can be used for more than just web browsing! Hundreds of websites have been created to allow these budding artists to sell their music right here on the internet only now.



Music and Hypnosis

Sat, 02 Jun 2012 15:55:00 +0000

What does "hypnosis" actually mean? From a professional point of view I would go along with the definition offered to us when we were in training. Hypnosis is a calm, receptive state of mind which is brought about by physical and mental relaxation. For clinical purposes sometimes it is easier and simpler to conceive of hypnosis as a specific state of mind into which a subject can allow him or herself to be lead.My own view is that hypnosis is a state of consciousness which renders the subject far more susceptible to suggestion than is the case in a state of full "waking" alertness. What I am offering here is not a definition but a defining characteristic. In a therapeutic context I am happy to accept that hypnosis is a shift in the quality of consciousness brought about by relaxation. But outside the therapy room, in the big wide world, there are many states in which the subject is rendered highly susceptible to suggestion and therefore, at least in my opinion, should be classified as hypnosis or at least hypnoidal. Certain states of intoxication, certain states of heightened emotion, excitement or frenzy, states of ecstasy and, for want of a better term, "spiritual" awareness - all these render the subject almost infinitely more susceptible to suggestion than "normal" rational awareness. Yet studies of suggestibility invariably focus entirely upon the latter state. Isn't that like looking through the wrong end of the telescope?Lest this description be thought too vague, let me point out that not all shifts of consciousness away from the fully wakened state imply a condition of heightened suggestibility. Profound intoxication, states of near-unconsciousness or states in which the subject is no longer receptive to external stimulus obviously cannot be classed as hypnosis. Suggestibility surely implies a responsiveness to something external. But if we accept that hypnosis is essentially a state of heightened suggestibility then it is maybe not too difficult to accept also that music can induce hypnosis.Music remains a mystery. That it is no longer widely regarded as such probably says more about the contemporary state of the art than anything else. There are many theories as to how and why music works and none of them are entirely satisfactory. But while we might not know how music works, there can be little doubt that it can exert the most profound influence upon our feelings, mood and even our perceptions.We all know that music can change the way we feel. We know that music expresses emotions and can evoke those same emotions in us. A happy or a sad piece of music won't necessarily make us feel happy or sad - we have some choice in the matter - but it can if we let it. For many people the expression of feeling is the main function of music. Emotion is not really my concern here however. But I would be very interested to learn whether and to what extent feelings and emotions affect our levels of suggestibility. No studies have been done, as far as I'm aware.[...]



Music and Suggestibility

Sat, 02 Jun 2012 15:41:00 +0000

The music of a song enables the lyrics of a song (and the suggestions which those lyrics embody) to penetrate our consciousness far more deeply that would be the case if we just read the lyrics or listened to them being read aloud. The reason for this is that the music has the effect of switching off our judgemental or analytical faculties. (This only happens if we like the music. If we don't, then our critical faculties are reinforced rather than bypassed). None of this has been scientifically proven or clinically tested but, for argument's sake, let us suppose that it is true. What sort of suggestions are the listeners to today's pop music likely to be receiving? Let us return to the Top Three:Call Me Maybe is not a love song. It is a song about gratification. A wish is thrown into a well and immediately the singer is given the object of her desire. We are told nothing about this other person, apart from the ripped jeans and showing skin. This is not about feeling, just about wanting. Of course, it is possible to feel an immediate attraction to a complete stranger. Usually this is accompanied by some sort of speculation, or fantasy, as to the nature of the person him or herself. But sometimes it can be purely physical, with no regard for the other person as a person, just as a body. This song, then, celebrates the most basic form of human attraction, like two dogs sniffing each other.Let's Go doesn't have any narrative content. Its message seems to be: live for the moment and make it happen tonight. The words "make it" and "tonight" suggest that immediate sexual gratification is the goal but nowhere is this made explicit.These suggestions are a mixture of good and bad, positive and negative. Of course, high self esteem and a positive outlook are necessary for happiness and success. But when such suggestions occur in a context of narcissistic instant self-gratification then the whole thing can become distinctly toxic.[...]



Justin Bieber Birthday Party Ideas

Sat, 02 Jun 2012 15:32:00 +0000

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(image) If your child has Bieber Fever then maybe you should consider a Justin Bieber themed birthday bash. Although this teen was recently discovered in 2008, now, you can't go anywhere without hearing his songs or his name.



Justin Bieber

Sat, 02 Jun 2012 15:23:00 +0000

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(image) Justin Bieber used to be an ordinary Canadian boy, but his life totally changed in the year 2008. With his great musical talent, this seventeen year old boy has released an EP and an album and has become a superstar in the music industry.



Selena Gomez

Sat, 02 Jun 2012 15:13:00 +0000

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(image) In the film the three women travels to Europe on vacation and it centers on two best friends who save up for a girl trip to Paris. The girls are joined by Grace's new step-sister. While in Paris, one of the trio is believed to to be British heiress and the three girls find themselves in the embroiled in media circus. Monte Carlo is easily one the biggest Selena Gomez movies to arrive in theaters.



Selena Gomez

Sat, 02 Jun 2012 14:54:00 +0000

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