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An interesting read as to "mind over matter"

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  • An interesting read as to "mind over matter"

    Your Thoughts Can Release Abilities beyond Normal Limits: Scientific American

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    Thanks, good article.
    It's interesting from a scientific point of view although I guess any sports professionals (or doctor) would say this is no news. The way in which we perceive fatigue or pain, for example, can be modulated by our mind and beliefs and there's a lot more when we go deeper into the psycho-somatic aspects, including the origin of illness and their resolution as well.

    cheers

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      Thanks.
      Interesting article.

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        Star Wars in real world!

        Luke: I can’t believe it.

        Yoda: That is why you fail.

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