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" ... half contracted for a rise ; if you breathe eighteen or nineteen instead of sixteen times a minute, and never quite breathe out at that, — what mental mood can you be in but one of inner panting and expectancy, and how can the future and its worries... "
On Vital Reserves: The Energies of Men. The Gospel of Relaxation - Side 58
af William James - 1911 - 78 sider
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Talks to Teachers on Psychology: And to Students on Some of Life's Ideals

William James - 1899 - 328 sider
...foot-pounds, but its importance is immense on account of its effects on the over-contracted person's spiritual life. This / follows as a necessary consequence...absence of repose, this bottled-lightning quality in us Ameri- } cans ? The explanation of it that is usually given is that it comes from the extreme dryness...
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Talks to teachers on psychology

William James - 1900 - 330 sider
...foot-pounds, but its importance is immense on account of its effects an the over-contracted person's spiritual life. This follows as a necessary consequence...given is that it comes from the extreme dryness of our fev climate and the acrobatic performances of our thermometer, coupled with the extraordinary progressiveness...
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Talks to teachers on psychology

William James - 1901 - 334 sider
...foot-pounds, but its importance is immense on account of its effects on the over-contracted person's spiritual life. This follows as a necessary consequence...is usually given is that it comes from the extreme drynesa of our climate and the acrobatic performances of our thermometer, coupled with the extraordinary...
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The Chautauquan: Organ of the Chautauqua Literary and Scientific Circle

1901 - 690 sider
...thunderous inner atmosphere never quite clears away. If you never wholly give yourself up to the chair yon sit in, but always keep your leg- and bodymuscles...respiration calm and complete, and your muscles all relaxed? . . . We say that so many of our fellow countrymen collapse, and have to be sent abroad to rest their...
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Talks to Teachers on Psychology: And to Students on Some of Life's Ideals

William James - 1902 - 326 sider
...foot-pounds, but its importance is immense on account of its effects on the over-contracted person's spiritual life. This follows as a necessary consequence...your respiration calm and complete, and your muscles aU relaxed ? Now what is the cause of this absence of repose, this bottled-lightning quality in us...
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Health and Happiness: Or, Religious Therapeutics and Right Living

Bp. Samuel Fallows - 1908 - 324 sider
...you never wholly give yourself up to the chair you sit in, but always keep your leg and body muscles half contracted for a rise; if you breathe eighteen...respiration calm and complete, and your muscles all relaxed? WILLIAM JAMES. 230 Reason is the sieve which stops unhealthy suggestions and allows only those to pass...
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Health and happiness

Bp. Samuel Fallows - 1908 - 350 sider
...you never wholly give yourself up to the chair you sit in, but always keep your leg and body muscles half contracted for a rise; if you breathe eighteen...respiration calm and complete, and your muscles all relaxed? WILLIAM JAMES. Reason is the sieve which stops unhealthy suggestions and allows only those to pass...
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A Talk on Relaxaton

Alice Katharine Fallows - 1909 - 46 sider
...eighteen or nineteen instead of sixteen times a minute, and never quite breathe out at that—what mental mood can you be in but one of inner panting...calm and complete, and your muscles all relaxed?" It is surprising to see how the strain of everyday living can be lessened by a very little thought...
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Increasing Human Efficiency in Business: A Contribution to the Psychology of ...

Walter Dill Scott - 1911 - 360 sider
...you never give yourself up wholly to the chair you sit in, but always keep your leg and body muscles half contracted for a rise ; if you breathe eighteen...respiration calm and complete, and your muscles all relaxed ?" — "Talks to Teachers," p. 211. In ancient Greece, one of the chief functions of the school was...
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Good Housekeeping Magazine, Bind 47

1908 - 912 sider
...you never wholly give yourself up to the chair you sit in, but always keep your leg and body muscles half contracted for a rise; if you breathe eighteen...respiration calm and complete and your muscles all relaxed?" Not difficult to relax It is surprising to see how the strain of everyday living can be lessened by...
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