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70 Bruce Lee phrases about life and personal awareness

Bruce Lee, whose real name was Lee Jun-Fan (1940 - 1973), was a great martial arts expert, famous actor and also a philosopher. Bruce Lee was born in Chinatown (San Francisco), but grew up in Hong Kong, where he began training in Chinese martial arts with his father, such as Taichí and then Wing Chun, with the master Ip Man.
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Visual processing: ventral and dorsal currents

Imagine that someone is perfectly describing an object in front of him, for example, a ball. We give you the order to take it but it costs. Now imagine that someone can catch the ball without problems but has difficulty describing it. What's going on? Apparently, visual processing is failing.
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Cognitive techniques to reduce anxiety and stress

Anxiety and stress are sensations that, in addition to producing much suffering and lack of control, can become tremendously disabling. Psychologists have been working for many years to help people in the arduous task of overcoming these ailments. Next we will explain some of the techniques that exist today and that have been proven are very effective.
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The association of shy anonymous

Alberto won the award of a bar in the building of the association of shy anonymous members only. Since the space was reduced, he mounted a bar along the entire premises and 25 stools arranged in line in front of the bar. Due to the type of people who come to the bar, the bar is usually half empty since every time a member of the association enters they feel as far away as possible from any other member and never sit next to each other.
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The space traveler

Perhaps you had not stopped to think about it, but it turns out that you are a great space traveler. In your great sidereal ship you furrow the space at a speed of vertigo circling around a star. How many orbits have you given around a star? Solution We all travel through space mounted on our own planet.
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The jumps

Some children were jumping rope and counting how many jumps each one did before failing. In the end, the five children jumped 9, 12, 17, 20 and 25 times respectively. Gary jumped eight times less than Arnie. The two together, Daniela and Ruth jumped 37 times. Jan jumped eight times more than Daniela.
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