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    It only breaks confidentiality if a doctor gives...

    It only breaks confidentiality if a doctor gives specifics about a patient. I tell new patients previous patients stories all the time. It helps them realize they are not alone and help is out...
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    Bad news on the doorstep, I couldn't take one...

    Bad news on the doorstep, I couldn't take one more step. I can't remember if I cried when I heard about his widowed bride, but something touched me deep inside. The day the music died.

    DJ: Cue...
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    Heard about remote viewing. I am very focused...

    Heard about remote viewing. I am very focused and in sync with the ocean. I spent my entire youth on the water. I always hunt in bare feet so I can feel the sand and the tides. Let the sand guide...
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    Never thought of bringing it there...maybe I...

    Never thought of bringing it there...maybe I should have. I need to figure out how to channel EC to lead me to the gold tomorrow. Maybe it will come to me in my dreams tonight. I've been so...
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    A.R.E?

    A.R.E?
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    If it happens once it is happenstance, if it...

    If it happens once it is happenstance, if it happens twice it is circumstance, if it happens three times...it is a conspiracy.
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    Over the counter Melatonin: Several different...

    Over the counter Melatonin: Several different companies produce OTC melatonin for sleep. There are medical studies showing it can be beneficial for sleep. There is not a lot of research on this...
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    Rip, roaring, and ready to go. Fire away.

    Rip, roaring, and ready to go. Fire away.
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    I'll tie brain death and subconscious back...

    I'll tie brain death and subconscious back together. Imagine all the work Rebel's subconscious was doing in the 2.5 months he was in a coma. No wonder he has so many things figured out.

    I...
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    Zen...hmmm, ponder this I must. Is Zen Buddhism...

    Zen...hmmm, ponder this I must. Is Zen Buddhism an oxymoron?
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    Bill, The subconscious is a powerful tool, use...

    Bill,

    The subconscious is a powerful tool, use it wisely. Everybody on this forum has probably experienced a moment when they could not remember the name of something but KNEW they knew it. It...
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    Bill: Lol, Bill Shakespeare, not what it says on...

    Bill: Lol, Bill Shakespeare, not what it says on the birth certificate though...probably more like William. Bill fits you better, more friendly and inviting. Here is a story I would like to have...
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    "All the world's a stage, And all the men and...

    "All the world's a stage,
    And all the men and women merely players:
    They have their exits and their entrances;
    And one man in his time plays many parts,"

    Indeed.
  14. Thread: Brain Death

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    PTC: I thank you for the spiritual guidance. ...

    PTC: I thank you for the spiritual guidance. Don't worry about this thread getting locked. We have done a good job of speaking around it.

    I would love to see you and Rebel disagree on...
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    PTC: You remind me of an ex-girlfriend. If I...

    PTC: You remind me of an ex-girlfriend. If I didn't know better I would think you were her. I wish I could experience, but how? I have mastered lucid dreaming. I know dissociation from a...
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    Did research. Fascinating! Not sure if it is...

    Did research. Fascinating! Not sure if it is evidence based medicine, but interesting. I will place in in the THEORY column. Melatonin, Pineal Gland, fact.
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    not familiar with that one...

    not familiar with that one...
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    Pineal gland, huh, interesting. I'm sure you...

    Pineal gland, huh, interesting. I'm sure you know this but the pineal gland is responsible for the release of melatonin. Melatonin is a natural trigger for sleep. I don't remember the name of the...
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    Rebel and PTC (Pat-Tekker-Cat): Help me...

    Rebel and PTC (Pat-Tekker-Cat): Help me understand. 3 different patients in office all with temporary death (2013 def.) today. No heartbeat, no breathing. All three used the word "bliss." I have...
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    No, I never worked in the psych unit there. I'm...

    No, I never worked in the psych unit there. I'm sure his doctors are carefully chosen and monitored by the government, but knowing he was somewhere in the vicinity was a cool experience.
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    Bill: Spot on mate. Throw in all the medical...

    Bill: Spot on mate. Throw in all the medical mumbo jumbo and you got it. I know my explanations are laden with jargon and difficult to understand. Given Rebel's understandable interest in the...
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    Bill: You already have a good fund of knowledge...

    Bill: You already have a good fund of knowledge about psychology and the way people work. Rebel and I are using few words intentionally. It helps cut out emotion and get straight to the thought. ...
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    Rebel: I have worked in too many hospitals to...

    Rebel: I have worked in too many hospitals to count. The most memorable: St. Elizabeth's. Do you know who is housed there?
  24. Thread: Brain Death

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    Bliss? How so? Buddhist tenant would have me...

    Bliss? How so? Buddhist tenant would have me believe that consciousness simply "is." I consider bliss to be an emotion from the brain associated with a chemical response.
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    Cue the music Bill...Up, up, and away, in my...

    Cue the music Bill...Up, up, and away, in my beautiful, my beautiful ballooon.
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    Cocaine would have killed you to. Sudden rise in...

    Cocaine would have killed you to. Sudden rise in intracranial pressure, weakness in the lumina of the AVM, POP! Sudden death via transtentorial herniation. Pressure pushes the spinal cord down...
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    Don't panic the parents! Nose bleeds are normal....

    Don't panic the parents! Nose bleeds are normal. Unless you previously had transphenoid sinus surgery to remove a pituitary adenoma then there is no way blood from the brain can come out of the...
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    i have read thousands of MRIs and CTs for the...

    i have read thousands of MRIs and CTs for the brain. Most of them boil down to..."Umm, we are not really sure." I've seen MRIs with tremendous white matter changes, demyelination, ischemic changes,...
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    Pat-Tekker-Cat: Awesome link, thank you. I will...

    Pat-Tekker-Cat: Awesome link, thank you. I will read it in my spare time. I've read every one of his books. I picked them up over the years from used bookstores. When I got all of them...I lined...
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    White vs. Grey matter. Nobody really knows...

    White vs. Grey matter.

    Nobody really knows what the difference is. Grey matter gets its color when the majority of cells in the area are cell bodies. White matter gets is color when the...
  31. Thread: Brain Death

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    You are right, Max empathy = burn out. I have...

    You are right, Max empathy = burn out. I have had a hard time translating the buddhist non-attachement to professional life. Must find balance...
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    Hmmm...non-attachment is the default state. ...

    Hmmm...non-attachment is the default state. Non-empathy is not default. Empathy is a spectrum...just like picking up wavelengths of light. Just because our eyes can't see infrared or ultraviolet...
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    Pat-Tekker-Cat: Figure out who the Cat who walks...

    Pat-Tekker-Cat: Figure out who the Cat who walks through walls is?

    Rebel- Empathy, do you feel like I feel? Do you have the antidote.

    Scoop: I am a giant. I only move when I'm invoked, and...
  34. Thread: Brain Death

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    You got it right. Alpha wave-length is conscious...

    You got it right. Alpha wave-length is conscious awareness or stage 1 and 2 of sleep. I was referring to alpha being game over in REM because it means you have awakened. I have minimal training in...
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    Beta wave-length with the occasional...

    Beta wave-length with the occasional Kappa-spindles, I think. Got to stay away from Alpha or else the game is over. I stopped keeping a journal years ago. First I identified my dream signs...then...
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    Pat-Tekker-Cat: Checked it out. Looks cool. ...

    Pat-Tekker-Cat: Checked it out. Looks cool. Now that we are crossing over into Tel'aron'Rhiod (sp?) feel free to join in. Of course, you were always welcome before. Are you at all related to The...
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    Hmm, I see. LOL to "night classes." I...

    Hmm, I see.
    LOL to "night classes."

    I learned to lucid dream from a book when I was 14y.o. I am no expert but I am lucid every night unless I choose not to be; and even then I am aware. I...
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    Rebel: If I stop acknowledging your existence...

    Rebel: If I stop acknowledging your existence then you cease to exist in my world. However, what then happens to the act of not acknowledging your existence? The very nature of it would make...
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    I must sleep on this...

    I must sleep on this...
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    Scoop: Matter does not exist. Nor can it be...

    Scoop: Matter does not exist. Nor can it be created or destroyed. Simply put, matter is.

    Rebel: If I stop believing in you, will you cease to exist?...or will I?
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    I know about the quirks and quarks but I wasn't...

    I know about the quirks and quarks but I wasn't sure if you did. Does the essence of Buddhism not tell us that all is not 'relative.' All is nothing. Nothing is all. Do we or do we not exist? :)
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    Well, look who knows so much! There is mostly...

    Well, look who knows so much! There is mostly dead and then there is all dead. If somebody is all dead then there is nothing you can do...other then go through his pockets and look for loose...
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    Whatever will be, will be. The future is not...

    Whatever will be, will be. The future is not ours to see...

    So it goes...
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    JMU is a great university. I have a lot of...

    JMU is a great university. I have a lot of friends who graduated from there. Keep working hard, good luck to you, my friend.
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    Rebel: I studied in Charlottesville almost ten...

    Rebel: I studied in Charlottesville almost ten years after your affliction. I had little interaction with the big shot MDs as I had yet gone to medical school. I knew all of the doctors of...
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    My hat off to you sir. You work in a difficult...

    My hat off to you sir. You work in a difficult field but a very important one. Somebody on TNET took a cheap shot on social workers Friday night...I let em have it for you and all the good people...
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    Rebel: I agree with you. I have spent a lot of...

    Rebel: I agree with you. I have spent a lot of time thinking about what you did a great job summing up on. One thing that has always puzzled me is why people refer to ending relationships as...
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    I'm glad you made such a remarkable recovery. I...

    I'm glad you made such a remarkable recovery. I can gaurantee there were quite a few "grand rounds" about you. I almost went to med school at MCV but decided on a different one. I'm sure that your...
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    Wow! You survived a ruptured AVM? Most people...

    Wow! You survived a ruptured AVM? Most people either get those repaired, never know they have them, or just drop dead suddenly. Do you know where it was? I am guessing you had massive hemmorhage...
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    Rebel: Let me know when the website is...

    Rebel: Let me know when the website is available, I would like to take a look at it. What part of central VA and which hospital were you in? I spent four years studying neuroscience at UVA, Mr....
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