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FredricksonTo you and to those in whom your love resonates Nectar (Nectar p3 Longing You know the feeling It s that ache of sensing that something vital is missing from your life a deep thirst for More meaning connection energy something Longing is that feeling that courses through your body just before you decide that you re restless lonely or unhappy4 love is the essential nutrient that your cells crave true Flames and Family III (Flames and Family, positivity charged connection with other living beings5 Love is not a category of relationships Nor is it something out there that you can fall into or years later out of Seeing love as a special bond is extraordinarily common albeit misleading A bond like this can endure for years even a lifetime with roper commitment and effort And having at least one close relationship like this is vital to your health and happiness to be sure Even so that special bond and the commitments eople often build around it are better taken as the Little Pictures of Japan products of love the results of the many smaller moments in which love infuses you rather than as loveer se When you euate love with intimate relationships love can seem confusing Go, Go, Putt Putt, Go! p6 When you limit your view of love to relationships or commitment love becomes a complex and bewildering thicket of emotions expectations and insecurities Yet when you redirect your eyes toward your body s definition of love a clearath emerges that cuts through that thicket and leads you to a better life I need to ask you to disengage from some of your most cherished beliefs about love as well the notions that love is exclusive lasting and unconditional These deeply held beliefs are often wish than reality in How to Hug a Teenage Porcupine people s lives They captureeople s daydreams about the love of their life who they re yet to meet Love as your body defines it is not exclusive not something to be reserved for your soul mate your inner circle your kin or your so called loved ones Love s reach turns out to be far wider than we re typically coaxed to imagine Even so love s timescale is far shorter than we typically think Love as you ll see is not lasting It s actually far fleeting than most of us would care to acknowledge On the upside though love is forever renewable And Miles to Go Before I Sleep perhaps most challenging of all love is not unconditional It doesn t emerge no matter what regardless of conditions To the contrary you ll see that the love your body craves is exuisitely sensitive to contextual cues It obeys reconditions Yet once you understand thosereconditions you can find love countless times each day 7 What I ve found is that even though you experience ositive emotions as exuisitely subtle and brief such moments can ignite owerful forces of growth in your life They do this first by opening you up Your outlook uite literally expands as you come under the influence of any of several ositive emotions Aristoteles-Rezeption in Der Geschichtstheorie Johann Gustav Droysens p8 With this momentarily broadened encompassing mind set you become flexible attuned to others creative and wise Over time you also become resourceful This is because little by little these mind expanding moments ofositive emotions add up to reshape your life for the better making you knowledgeable resilient socially integrated and healthier In fact science documents that Announcing A New School positive emotions can set off upward spirals in your life self sustaining trajectories of growth that lift you up to become a better version of yourself9 The love you crave lies within momentary experiences of connection Other concepts that go by the word love in our shared cultural vocabulary the all consuming desire the exclusive bonds the commitments to loyalty the unconditional trust are best viewed as key Afganistano kariai players within the largerositivity system that surrounds love When you ve truly connected with someone else your trust in that erson expands your relationship and loyalty deepen and you want to spend good times together 10 although you may subscribe to a whole host of definitions of love your body subscribes to just one love is that micro moment of warmth and connection that you share with another living being 11 in Buddhist teachings loving kindness is considered one of the four noblest modes of *consciousness 16 Yet far beyond feeling good micro moments of love * p16 Yet far beyond feeling good micro moments of love other All We Leave Behind positive emotions literally changes your mind It expands you awareness of your surroundings even your sense of self The boundaries between you and not you what lies beyond your skin relax and becomeermeable While infused with love you see fewer distinctions between you and others Indeed your ability to see others really see them wholeheartedly springs open Love can even give you a alpable sense of oneness and connection a transcendence that makes you feel art of something far larger than yourself How to Play Electric Guitar. Tony Skinner, Alan Brown Jake Jackson p17 Love is connection18 In a moment of Jane Wolfe (Red Flame, Vol. 10) positivity resonance to some extent you each become the reflection and extension of the other19 More than any other Beyond the Far Horizon positive emotion then love belongs not to oneerson but to Clan Novel (Vampire: The Masquerade: Clan Novel pairs or groups ofeople It resides within connections Death of a Gunfighter p20 Whenositivity resonance moves between you and another for instance the two of you begin to mirror each other s Spanking Britney (Spanking Fantasies, postures and gestures and even finish each other s sentences You feel united connected of aiece When you especially resonate with someone else even if you ve just met the two of you are uite literally on the same wavelength biologically The Old Woman Whose Rolling Pin is the Sun p21 Eye contact is the key that unlocks the wisdom of your intuition because when you meet your smiling coworker s gaze her smile triggers activity within your own brain circuitry that allows you to simulate within your own brain face and body the emotions you see emanating from hers You now know through this rapid and non conscious simulation about what it feels like to have smiled like that25 Love reuires you rapid and non conscious simulation about what it feels like to have smiled like that Was Jonestown a CIA Medical Experiment? p25 Love reuires you behysically and emotionally Void present It also reuires that you slow down35 Love springs up anytime any two or eople connect over a shared ositive emotion Love, Laughter, and Merrily Ever Afters p45 Brain coupling Hasson argues is the means by which we understand each other People s brains comearticularly into sync during emotional moments Freshman Rivals (Freshman Dorm, p51 Oxytocin appears both to calm fears that might steer you away from interacting with strangers and also to sharpen your skills for connection53 The Vagus connects your brain to your body and is also called your vagus nerve sounds like Las Vegas It emerges from your brain stem deep within your skull and although it makes multiple stops at your various internal organs Death Valley in 49 perhaps most significantly it connects your brain to your heart54 Scientists can measure the strength of your vagus nerve your biological aptitude for love simply by tracking your heart rate in conjunction with your breathing rate This attern is called vagal tone Like muscle tone the higher your vagal tone the better 55 That s because The True Story of the Bilderberg Group people with higher vagal tone science has shown are flexible across whole host of domainshysical mental and social They simply adapt better to their ever shifting circumstances albeit completely at nonconscious levels When I Grow Up (Tales From Foster High, p56 Just as you can build muscle tone through regularhysical exercises you can build vagal tone through regular emotional exercises Arachne p58 By learning how to self generate love you can raise your vagal tone And with higher vagal tone your attention and actions become agile attuned to theeople in your midst You become better able to forge the interpersonal connections that give rise to Rock Lead Basics positivity resonance Through vagal tone then love begets love59 This is how over time chronic feelings of loneliness can weaken Lightning Over Bennett Ranch people s immune systems and open the door to inflammation based chronic illnesses like cardiovascular disease and arthritis The data go further to suggest that feeling isolated or unconnected to others does bodily damage than actual isolation suggesting thatainful emotions drive the bodily systems that in turn steer you toward dire health outcomes Sri Sumarah, Pariyem dan Bu Bei p61 The new science of love makes it clear that your body acts as a verb Sure enough some aspects of your body remain relatively constant day in and day out like your DNA or your eye color But your brain continually registers your ever changing circumstances and in turn orchestrates the flux of biochemical that reshape your body and brain from the inside out at the cellular level Your body takes action63 So far I have urged you to look at love differently to envision and appreciate it from your body s Class Struggles perspective as micro moments ofositivity resonance Wilfred Owen (Routledge Revivals) p65 Huxley s hypothesis that the doors oferception can temporarily swing open wider than usual even seemingly spontaneously is now confirmed by brain imaging experiments Importantly however you don t need drugs hypnosis or lofty spiritual experiences to open those doors Sometimes all it takes is a little Study to Teach positivity Negative emotions narrowedeople s Global Corporations in Global Governance perception reflected by significantly reduced blood flow within the PPAarahippocampal Angels in Harmony place area66 When feeling good these data suggest you can t help but Sketchy Behavior pick up of the contextual information that surrounds you67 As Autumn Brides positive emotions open your doors oferception you become better euipped to connect with other Your mind s typical modus operandi after all is to be rather self centered Self absorption can become ever extreme when you feel threatened in some manner The Princess and the Three Knights p75 Two ways to fortify your intimate relationships then are to bring your own good news home to share and to celebrate yourartner s good news Regardless of who initiates the key is to connect to create a shared experience one that allows The Beauty of Believing positivity to resonate between you for a spell momentarily synchronizing your gestures and your bio rhythms and creating the warm glow of mutual care77 By and large your Sticky Church protective armor works well It shields you from routine emotional blows and keeps you from crumbling into selfity or otherwise becoming devastated by negativity Yet this sort of self Forbidden Love Unchained protection comes at arice It can shield you from the especially good stuff as well Yet your ability to share these good feelings with others is compromised Put differently in making yourself bulletproof you may also numb yourself to Witches of the Deep South possibilities for true connection Being less able to connect in turn shuts you and your body out from registering and creating opportunities forositivity resonance which are both life giving and health conferring The Metro 2033 (Universo Metro) psychological habits of resilienteople the ones who when faced with emotional storms bend without breaking and bounce back to weather the next storm even better euipped than they were for the last Resilient Christianity people our studies have shown are emotionally agile They neither steel themselves against negativity nor wallow in it Instead they meet adversity with clear eyes superbly attuned to the nuances of their ever changing circumstances78 What allows resilient Run for Your Life (Michael Bennett, people to be so agile As I detailed in Positivity their agility stems from their steady diet ofositive emotion Resilient Alice-Miranda at Camp people come to better register and appreciate the larger contexts of life which allows them to respond to emotional upsets witherspective flexibility and grace The Red Queen: Sex and the Evolution of Human Nature (Penguin Press Science) (English Edition) p82 Resilienteople have what scientists call expertise in the fundamental The Association of Small Bombs pragmatics of life They judiciously draw on theirast experiences and values to arrive at Wilderness Survival Handbook practical and fitting courses of action for themselves and others in nearly any situation They not only grasp the human condition We all know love matters but in this groundbreaking bookositive emotions expert Barbara Fredrickson shows us how much Even than happiness and optimism love holds the key to improving our mental and hysical health as well as lengthening our lives Using researc. Nd the meaning of life but are also able to translate these lofty Carry Me Over the Threshold philosophical insights into down to earthlans and advice Wise The Courtship Basket people studies show are especially discerning because they are able to see holistically and integrate seemingly contradictoryerspectives to achieve balance and well being in everyday life Your awareness narrows with negative emotions and broadens with Deuteronomy, Joshua, Judges, Ruth, 1 2 Samuel (The Expositors Bible Commentary positive ones Your wisdom then ebbs and flows just as your emotions do Positivity resonance allows you access to the wisdom of yourast experiences and generally makes you intellectually sharper Spend just ten minutes in Small Talk pleasant conversation with someone else and yourerformance on a subseuent I test gets a boost Accidental Pharisees p84 Research shows that simply imagining having a conversation with them is as good as actually talking with them So consult the in your mind Ask them what advice they d offer In this way a cherishedarent or mentor even if deceased leaves you with an inner voice that guides you though challenging times Your ast moments of love and connection make you lastingly wiser Yet just as a steady diet of a wide range of fresh fruits and vegetables does indeed make you healthier so does a steady diet of a wide range of loving moments 91 Love doesn t just sit there like a stone it has to be made like bread remade all the time made new Ursula KLe Guinp110 Love is not simply something you stumble or fall into While love can certainly catch you by surprise like a sudden rain unlike the weather you can also seed and cultivate the conditions for love all on your own Slow down and Light Thickens (Roderick Alleyn, prepare your own heart and mind to be truly open to others113 The old saying tells us that we can t love others unless we first love ourselves It s true Even though love is defined throughout this book as moments of A Multi-Site Church Roadtrip positivity shared between and amongeople the Magic Dreams (Kate Daniels, positivity shared between knower and known between I and merovides a vital foundation for all other forms in The End of Intelligent Writing positivity before we can freely enjoy the many other fruits ofositivity resonance that we can share with others Introduction to Orthotics p114 your happiness hinges on whether others treat you in just the right way or show you theroper form of respect by turning a blind eye to your shortcomings In truth self aggrandizement is often a defense a I-O protective armor donned to cover up a negative view of self It can be self diminishment in disguise137 Loving is a skill It takes டணாயக்கன் கோட்டை [Danaayakkan Kottai] practice When you set the goal of learning to love yourself you ll find everresent opportunities to Understanding Central Asia practice this new skill because you re never further than arm s reach Just like all forms ofositivity resonance however self love first reuires safety and connection Beating yourself up with the continual harshness of self criticism is no way to make yourself feel safe in your own company A true friend after all is the one who tells you the truth He or she affirms you realistically and often and yet does not abandon you or grow silent when a negative assessment is Vietcong prudent Creating a sense of safety within your own skin is just the same To access self love disengage from harshness in your self talk but not from reality Affirm yourositive ualities but refrain from delusion and self deception Be your own compassionate truth teller Mastering the Mystical Heptarchy p138 Practice standing by your own side during hard times with openness and goodwill and you ll appreciate the steady security self love offers you It safeguards you fromlunging into despair Yet when you Relatos inconfesables de un monje practice and bank self love you become rich with emotional reserves You re able to recognize sources of goodness in others to see and fulfill others yearnings to connect no matter their circumstances I just couldn t connect with this book Maybe my expectations were off I thought it would be about the different types of love for example romanticlatonic familial etc and how to increase the love in your life or improve your relationships This was of a touchyfeely love the world and the world will love you back kind of treatise Love for Fredrickson is nothing than momentary connection so you can have episodes of love with your deli counter clerk if you share a joke and a smile While I get the importance of connection I didn t learn anything new and it was very generalized and ambiguous information I was very interested to half way through the book with the refreshing neuroscience approach to our behavioral responses and The Gentleman Mentor (Lessons with the Dom, perceptions to love and kindness Then I uickly felt disenchanted I just wanted to get it over with and finish the book hoping it would stick to what the first half was like But that did not happen I cringed through the remaining chapters all about looking within myself and turning towards energy in order to findositivity Yikes Not my cup of tea Not the tea I started with it If this is your tea take my cup The German Occupation Of Jersey please Wow what an eye opening book I would have thought love would be a hard thing to study scientifically but with brain scanning technology it apparently can be studied objectivly The author redefines love as asositivity resonance between two eople This resonance can occur with anyone anytime She introduces ractices and meditations like the Buddhist Loving Kindness Meditation which is just beautiful to help you unlock your Mr. Sheriff (Mr. Series, potential to experience this resonance One thing she said that struck me was that the old concept of love where you can only experience it with oneredesignated one is like There Is No I in Church pouring concrete on a garden full of flower bulbs One or two mightush their way through the cracks and bloom but the odds are stacked against it Also what struck me is that love might actually affect how *your genes are expressed they re measuring RNA in the bloodstream after loving kindness meditation and finding * genes are expressed they re measuring RNA in the bloodstream after loving kindness meditation and finding that it affects your health What a great book The only uibble I might have is the dry scientific tone it takes from time to time for such an emotional thing I feel so bad whenever I buy a book that costs and I end feeling very eeeeh about it and this is one of them It started off great but then just a bit downhill for me Overall the writing style made it hard to get through It wasn t academic writing but I just didn t get along with it and it made a lot of the information Rules Compendium (Babylon 5 Wars, 2nd Edition) presented feel like it was dragging Ireferred the first How to Stop Living Paycheck to Paycheck part of the book than the second Parents Magazine and a goodly number of readers Love Love 20 Thirty seven of forty two 88% readers ranked it 4 or 5 stars out of 5FramingLove 20 has groundbreaking theory It gives us a radically new conception of love The Atlantic At last we can discuss the science of love the relation between self love and loving others Frans de Waal WriterResearcher onrimatesbonobos behavior It is also Baroque Rococo practical Using rigorous scienceractical exercises and heartful daily life examples Barbara shows us how to strengthen our capacity to truly connect to ourselves and othersspiritual leader Sharon Salzberg Dr Fredrickson who has twice consulted with the Dalai Lama is Crooked House part of a cascade of scientists and spiritual leaders connecting neuro science and larger than meurpose She teaches that love is the most supreme among all emotions monk Matthieu Ricard Love 20 advises us not to ut all of our love eggs in one relational basket It drives home the health values of being warmhearted Love 20 is a user friendly manual for opening our hearts Daniel Goleman Emotional Intelligence What story does this book changePersonally Love 20 confirms my gut feeling that the classical romantic Love story is harmful to actual human beings Love 20 weighs in on the culture wars fought between the Master Narrative of Love and how our bodyminds actually work Fredrickson asked What is love and found that there is no true or false Love Like Dan Slater s Love in the Time of Algorithms and some spiritual traditions she found that love is as common as dust and easy to create So simple so glorious schlemiel 32 My view is that this Master Narrative the narrative romoted by those who seek to be our Masters serves to keep us unhappy unsatisfied and buying many accessories to find True Love Au contrair readers of Love 20 learn that the easy form of love is contagious ann reads it all changes your biochemistry Deb Palo Alto literally makes eople healthier ALogan is an action Sean Goh Fredrickson s writing teaches us to attend and love well in humdrum daily life This changes my life Marcel HochmanLove 20 conveys that over thinking working hard and spending money on dating services for romanceconnection may not be needed As MC Yogi sings in Just Love if you want love you need to give love away Love 20 has its erceived flaws starting with its techie title Fredrickson tries to use half of the book to teach readers mindfulness and LovingKindness Meditation this may not be her strength Juliet begs Get this woman an editor Love 20 mostly succeeds at A Winter Tale (Lake Emerald Chronicles popularizing Fredrickson s lab s work Yet several readers found it to be a dry textbook while Raj says it is too repetitive and touchy feely Some reviewers grasp Love 20 while also noting I believe in lovedescribed in the Bible or as the Greeks defined it Sam This interesting juxtaposition of Love 20 and traditional viewsoints out how each of our Stories of Love is so limbicly central to us and deep rooted No one wants to change herhis own core way of being and way of doing even when it might make us happier and connected Love 20 suggest that we might be rewarded for Dedication and Leadership Techniques painful changes names not otherwise identified are fromublic com readers reviews of Love 20 See General Theory of Love for a wonderful explanation of the triune brain and how the limbic self trumps the neo cortex every timehttppositivityresonancecomindex is Barbara Fredrickson s web sitethank you to Kim Friedman Landau for her guidance In a nutshell This book is about a 神様 [Kamisama] particular contemplativeractice from the Buddhist tradition known as Meta commonly translated as Loving Kindness Meditation LKM Basically what it entails is intentionally generating kindness and compassion for yourself and othersIf you re sensing that this would be a very beneficial thing to do You d be right It is Particularly given how easy it is for many if not all of us to slip into unconscious automatic ultra cranky hater mode if we re not carfulIn case you didn t know or failed to notice mammals articularly eople are essentially hard wired to focus on the negative shit and The Full Experience pretty much eually biased to blow off or completely take for granted theositive shit How Often Do Life often do life little slights and inconveniences just bug the shit out of you The salmon is overlooked or the line at Starbucks is kind of slow And conversely when s the last time you were overjoyed to have electricity or indoor You Dont Have to Say You Love Me plumbing Probably the last time you had to go without it And what ever joy you felt at having it after an absence was doubtlessly short lived Don t worry this is absolutely normal This has to do with our evolutionary conditioning It s easy to imagine what happened to our less vigilant trusting ancestors Odds are good they didn t ever become ancestors at allWell as you may have also noticed This little traitrobably isn t as adaptive as it used to be In other words it would Voodoo Season probably be safe for most of us to lighten up a little Maybe even intentionallyractice being a little nicer a little loving and The Walking Dead Live! probably than a little com. H from her own lab Fredrickson redefines love not as a stable behemoth but as micro moments of connection betweeneople even strangers She demonstrates that our capacity for experiencing love can be measured and strengthened in ways that improve our health and. ,


Passionate to our selves and each other That s what LKM is all about And Barbara Fredrickson s work is all about Scotty Scotts Guide to Relationships providing a secular framework and the research data to make this venerable spiritualractice accessible and viable to the contemporary western world Believe me when I tell you I m all for LKM That is in theory and some times and all the time in ractice too I can honestly say I d be lost without LKM I m uite sure I would be at least 10% unhappier robably and my oor family members friends students and coworkers would robably be ready to banish me from the village if I didn t intentionally and regularly restructure some of my negative cognitions So that makes my tepid reaction to this book kind of hard to figure This is a book I wanted to love I wanted to ya know like hashtag love 20 it But I ended up only sorta liking it It s got some really redeeming moments But again I only sorta liked it Maybe I didn t even like it at times Maybe it was like a fart noise 20 What can I say I found it kind of boring and lightweight at times and ultimately rather unconvincing I wanted hard science Something substantial to anchor all of the claims There was some stuff about the Vegas nerve but not enough I think my real beef with the book is that I just didn t connect with the narrative voice But that s just a guess Frankly it s confusing exactly why I m as lukewarm on it as I amI have been kicking around Buddhist circles for a long time and I have subseuently been Written in Red Ink practicing LKM for years and at times I actually really appreciate it But I have always leaned toward the radical acceptance mindfulness and euanimity side of contemplativeractices and for some reason Crash Landing (Bear Creek, part of me feels kind of fake and new age when I do LKM Sort of like Al Frankin s character Stuart Smally from SNLSo maybe my mild discomfort with this book is just an expression of this mild discomfort with the whole LKM thing Or maybe I m just a hopelessly cranky ol dickrobably that Or maybe I m both and Or maybe it s just fun as hell to hate on a book called Love 20 I don t know I m grasping at straws hereAnyway I think LKM is necessary I think the whole secular mindfulness thing that s happening right now really needs a dose of LKM as a counterbalance It s Piper pretty easy to get kind of nihilistic when all you re doing all day is noticing and accepting suffering and impermanence that s misery and death for those of you unfamiliar with Buddhist euphemisms But this book isn t going to be my clarion call Not by a long shotPerhaps it s just to darn self serious Maybe someone has to write a similar book in a much less reverent tone in order to get me excited I love yoga and meditation but I hate hella hate the cliche wistful breathy yogameditation voice I always have Maybe someonerobably a guy and not a sensitive new age guy SNAG needs to cover this topic in a sober butch voice in order for me to feel it all the way And not Noah Lavine The Famoux (The Famoux, please for gosh sakes He actually needs tolease not write a book on LKM I can just hear all the tattooed hipster Buddhists spouting off Just Kill me now Dragons Gap please And if you re about to say read Sharon Salsberglease just don t That s worse Much worse Much much much worse Anyway I digress I m clearly the one with the issue here You ll robably love the book So get it and read it if you re so inclined Just don t blame me if you feel like you just ate a big nothing burger with heaping healing of fart 20 sauce on it cuz I tried to warn ya Barbara Fredrickson takes a uniue stand on what love is She doesn t discount the value of bonding it s that trust that frees us to be open with one another But she believes that it s the Physical Connections The Eye Contact connections the eye contact or sexual exchange that are the true instances of love My take away from this book is to keep feeding those relationships if you want to love and be loved Loved Love 20 Appropriately enough I loved Love 20Redefining love through a fascinating biochemical erspective Barbara Fredrickson s Love 20 explores the reconditions biological underpinnings and health benefits of this supreme emotion Stepping away from the traditional conceptualization of love Barbara describes love as the result OF POSITIVITY RESONANCE WHICH ARE REAL positivity resonance which are real experiences of literally being in synch with someone else Those micro moments of ositivity resonance you can share with nearly anyone breaks open extraordinary opportunitiesThose The Lone Star Groom: Bachelor Billionaire Romances potent boundary blurring and heart expanding experiences ofositivity resonance that you share with others are not merely an academic concept or a oetic flourish In a moment of ositivity resonance studies show your awareness automatically expands allowing you to appreciate than you typically do Also uite automatically your body leans in toward and affirms the other Crater Trueblood and the Lunar Rescue Company (Helium-3, person and begins a subtle synchronized dance that further reinforces your connectionBefore these reverberations fade they initiate biochemical cascades that help remake who you are both in body and in mindp 162 183 86 185Yep love literally changes your biochemistry Positivity resonance changes your biochemistry in ways scientists are only just now beginning to grasp As these moments become and typical of your daily experience they even alter the fundamental rhythms of your heart increasing your vagal tone resulting in closer synchronicity between the actions of your heart and the actions of your lungs High levels of vagal tone scientists have now firmly shown are linked not only to greater social attunement but also to efficient self regulation and improved hysical health In this way love and health cocreate each other in your life At the same time this reciprocal upward spiral dynamic between mirco moments of love and lasting changes in your health forges a ath toward your higher spiritual sense of oneness Star Wars Rogue Squadron II Rogue Leader Instruction booklet p 183After exploring three key biological components of love brain neural coupling oxytocin and the vagus nerve and the three facets ofositivity resonance shared emotions biobehavioral synchronicity and behavioral synchronicity the remainder of the book shows how to make do able small changes in your life to yield some big changes on the lovefront which in turn can improve your resilience wisdom and hysical health What s not to love about that Upgrade to Love 20 and you ll likely experience love in ways you ve never expected to before I love that there is a whole seemingly respectable research lab called PEP at the University of North Carolina that does research on having subjects ractice LKM LKM is short for loving kindness meditation and I love that it was shortened to LKM Why I have no idea but it is just a uirky thing I love PEP stands for Positive Emotions and Psychophysiology And I love that the author takes her earlier ositivity sychology further into the realm of love in order to make the world a better Good Morning, Buddha place I love that she brings in neuropsychiatric research that has changed the way we view the brain and emotions I love how she makes loving kindness meditation accessible to all not just Zen Buddhismractitioners The author says love like all other Personal Delivery positive emotions follows the ancestral logic of broaden and build As youractice LKM and become aware of all the micro movements which are moments of connection between La Viña de Naboth ,Tomo I people you are broadening the energy of those emotions and then you can be loving love and be loved I love the ancestral and evolutionary view of love as instinctual andrimal and the biochemical changes in your body and brain were selected and Gettysburgs Battlefield Photographer-William H Tipton part of each and every one of us I love that this is a book that unabashedly talks about love in a new way one I may not agree with wholeheartedly but that offers a fresherspective I doubt anyone would argue with me that while we love rom coms and romance novels are wildly opular we are a cynical About Love Society And All love society and all talk about love makes eople uncomfortable almost like it is taboo to talk about love too much especially in intellectual terms And if you mention love many if not most Live Wire (Elite Ops, people think of it in certainreconceived terms romantic love and familial love mostly However once upon a time I read M Scott Peck s definition of love and I have never been able to enthusiastically accept any others He says Love is the will to extend one s self for the Words of Radiance, Part 1 (The Stormlight Archive purpose of nurturing one s own or another s spiritual growth Love is an act of will namely both an intention and an action Oh and Genuine love is volitional rather than emotional Theerson who truly loves does so because of a decision to love This Lauras Summer Ballet (Laura, person has made a commitment to be loving whether or not the loving feeling isresent Fredrickson s redefinition of love lacks something maybe soul maybe the spaciousness of love for me She actually renames love ositivity resonance which is fine cool I like it and that means shared ositive emotions biobehavioral synchrony and mutual care I have no arguments with that theory or view Love tends to be Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl positive on the whole otherwise it is not love there is new and ample evidence for the resonance or synchrony in our minds in the form of mirror neurons and of course love is a little useless just sitting there without action What I disagreed with was theortion that if all the reuirements weren t met love cannot exist She says Film on the Left positivity resonance hence love only lasts as long as we two are engaged with one another So while she is writing the sentences about how much she loves her husband she actually does not love him while she is writing them She may have affection and a bond with him but her body is loveless and does not love at thosearticular moments only if they are in Public Policy Making physicalroximity I disagree I will agree The Artists Way Morning Pages Journal positivity resonance might not exist in those conditions but love does I think she is trying to just expand the definition of love so that those who talk all the time about falling in and out of love realize how ridiculous it is but love is so much broader and all encompassing than even Dr Peck s definition of love as a verb an action I think it is an emotion and an action a verb and a noun I know I love those who are not in myhysical The Mob presence Maybe she will invent another term for those feelings say when your loved one dies or when you have to be far away for an extendederiod of time she can keep it I Gentlemen Prefer Curves (Perfect Fit, promise when I am thinking of someone I loved who is gone my body feels a lot of things griefrimarily right now but there is also sensations of warmth almost like micro movements and my muscles relax and I feel connected to the earth and aware of the Who Killed Blanche DuBois? people around me and their non verbal cues and if you measure my oxytocin levels maybe just maybe it would be comparable to what she has measured in her PEP lab Again I appreciate hererspective and her chapters on exercising loving kindness meditation as a way to enrich your abilities to Utopia positively resonate with others but even the Scientific American review says her work is short on scientific validity and relies too much on subjective data The scientist in me who believes in the beauty of love just can t buy it By the way I will never write LKM again if you can t take the time to write out loving kindness meditation then you are missing theoint I wonder what the author would think of my use of love so indiscriminately in this review Love to everyone and lovingkindness to. Longevity Finally she introduces us to informal and formal O Jogo do Acaso practices to unlock love in our lives generate compassion and even self soothe Rare in its scope and ambitious in its message Love 20 will reinvent how you look at and experience our mostowerful emotio.