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重庆市第一人民医院几点营业中国人民解放军三二四医院门诊部预约导读:每个人都经历梦境——梦魇(nightmare)抑或是美梦,醒后一身冷汗还是回味不断?谜一般的梦境到底包含怎样的暗示?先贤们在很久以前便已开始对梦展开研究了,究竟是迷信还是科学?一起来看看吧。今天你做梦了吗?As the Hollywood blockbuster Inception wowed audiences around world, more and more people are interested in dream exploration.随着好莱坞大片《盗梦空间》风靡全球,有越来越多的人着迷于探索梦境。Dreams are reflections of humans#39; inner spaces and a connection between human subconscious and consciousness. And in human civilizations, dreams have always been regarded as a mystery. In primitive tribes, dreams were thought to be the indication of God or the haunting of the devil.梦反映出人类内心世界,以及潜意识和意识之间的联系。在人类文明史上,梦始终被人们视为一个谜。在原始部落中,梦被当成天神降临或是妖魔附体。Ancient Stories about Dreams in China中国古代有关梦的故事Dream culture is an important part of ancient Chinese culture. There are many ancient stories about dreams in China, and the most famous one is Zhuangzhou Dreamt of Butterfly.梦文化是中国古代文化的重要组成部分。中国有很多关于梦的古老传说,其中最著名的要数“庄周梦蝶”。There are also some other stories on dreams such as Golden Millet Dream and Jiang Yan dreamt about the blooming of his writing brush.此外,还有一些故事是关于梦的,如“黄粱美梦”和“江淹梦笔生花”等。The Book Duke of Zhou Interprets Dreams《周公解梦》Dream interpreting is popular in China, and the most famous reference for dream interpreting is the book Duke of Zhou Interprets Dreams.解梦在中国十分流行,最为家喻户晓的解梦书籍当属《周公解梦》。Ancient Chinese people thought that dreams can imply auspicious and inauspicious things. The book Duke of Zhou Interprets Dreams was usually used as a reference for ancient people to interpret their dreams. Since different dreams have different meanings, people can get implications of auspiciousness or inauspiciousness by interpreting them, as ancient people had the idea that dreams were the implication from God.古人认为梦可以预示吉兆和恶运。古人常常参照《周公解梦》一书来解读梦境。由于梦的意义更不相同,人们可以通过解梦来得知吉凶祸福的预兆。古人把梦当作是神的意旨。Dream Interpreting Has Some Scientific Basis解梦具有一定科学根据Actually, dream interpreting is not totally a superstition. It does have some scientific merit.其实,解梦并非完全迷信。解梦确有一定的科学道理。1. Dream is the reflection of fact. Many dreams are actually the repetition of things that happened in an awakened state. This kind of dream can be easily understood without dream interpreting.1. 梦会反映现实。很多梦实际上是在清醒状态下发生的事情的重演。无须解梦,人们就能轻易读懂这类梦。2. Dream is the body#39;s self-implication. Traditional Chinese medical science stated that dreams are related to the health condition of human#39;s bodies. When Yin and Yang are unbalanced, dreams come into being. According to Chinese philosophy, Yin and Yang were two opposing principles in nature: the former negative, the latter positive. Yin is female and Yang is male.2. 梦是机体自身的暗示。中医药学指出,梦与人体健康息息相关。当阴阳失衡时,便会做梦。依照中国哲学,阴阳是截然相反的两种自然属性:前者为负,后者为正。阴为女性,阳为男性。If someone dreamt that he or she was roasted by a big fire and it is too hot to bear, it means the body#39;s inner heat is too strong. As a result, he or she may easily get angry or nervous.如果梦见自己被大火炙烤,并且燥热难耐,那么就意味着你内火过重。因此,你的外在表现为容易发怒或紧张。3. Dreams are usually contrary to the facts, which coincide with the philosophy that things will develop in the opposite direction when they become extreme.3. 梦通常与事实相反,这正好与物极必反的哲学思想相吻合。Based on the experiences and practices, an anonymous author wrote a book for interpreting dreams and predicting the auspiciousness and inauspiciousness, which was named Duke of Zhou Interprets Dreams.基于经验与实践,一位不知名的作者写了一本用于解梦和预言吉凶的书,这本书便是《周公解梦》。As ancient Chinese peoples#39; wisdom and experiences crystallized, Duke of Zhou Interprets Dreams became less regarded as a superstition. To some degree, it is scientifically reasonable. Handed down over thousands of years, the profound book still has many mysteries waiting for us to explore.作为古人智慧与经验的结晶,人们愈发意识到《周公解梦》不是迷信之谈。在某种程度上,它是科学合理的。《周公解梦》这本留传百年的巨著仍有很多未解之谜等待我们去探索。 /201204/176462重庆市第八人民医院祛疤手术多少钱 The Earth is a mysterious place. There is much going on around us every day that goes unexplained. For all our advanced technology and scientific understanding, there are ten perplexing events for which we have no answers.地球是个神秘莫测的所在,周遭日常的许多事物至今仍然没有解释。我们有那么多先进技术和科学知识,却还是不能为以下十件让人困惑的事情找到:10. The Body/Mind Connection 身心关联Medical science is only beginning to understand the ways in which the mind influences the body. The placebo effect, for example, demonstrates that people can at times cause a relief in medical symptoms or suffering by believing the cures to be effective--whether they actually are or not. Using processes only poorly understood, the body's ability to heal itself is far more amazing than anything modern medicine could create.对于心灵影响身体的各种方式,我们的医学只是刚刚有所了解。比如说,安慰剂效应表明人有时候能通过相信治疗有效来减轻症状和痛苦——不论治疗是否真的有效。我们的身体能通过一系列我们至今知之甚少的过程来自我疗救,其治愈能力远比现代医学所能创造的一切更加令人惊叹。9. Psychic powers and ESP 灵力与超感知觉Psychic powers and extra-sensory perception (ESP) rank among the top ten unexplained phenomena if for no other reason than that belief in them is so widesp. Many people believe that intuition is a form of psychic power, a way of accessing arcane or special knowledge about the world or the future. Researchers have tested people who claim to have psychic powers, though the results under controlled scientific conditions have so far been negative or ambiguous. Some have argued that psychic powers cannot be tested, or for some reason diminish in the presence of skeptics or scientists. If this is true, science will never be able to prove or disprove the existence of psychic powers.对灵力和超感知觉(简称ESP)的信仰流布甚广,就凭这一点,这两样东西也应该进入十大未解之谜的行列。许多人相信,直觉就是灵力的一种表现形式、一种获取有关世界或未来的特异知识的方法。研究人员已经对一些自称拥有灵力的人进行了测试,但是迄今为止,他们在受控实验室条件下得到的都还是否定或含糊的结果。有些人辩称灵力不可测试,因为它会因怀疑论者或科学家的在场而莫名其妙地减弱。如果这是真的,科学就永远无法明或驳斥灵力的存在。8. Near-Death Experiences and Life After Death 濒死体验与死后生活People who were once near death have sometimes reported various mystical experiences (such as going into a tunnel and emerging in a light, being reunited with loved ones, a sense of peace, etc.) that may suggest an existence beyond the grave. While such experiences are profound, no one has returned with proof or verifiable information from "beyond the grave." Skeptics suggest that the experiences are explainable as natural and predictable hallucinations of a traumatized brain, yet there is no way to know with certainty what causes near-death experiences, or if they truly are visions of "the other side."曾经濒临死亡的人有时会宣称自己有各式各样的神奇体验(比如进入一条隧道、出现在光之中、与亲爱的人重聚、获得一种平静感,如此等等),这样的体验也许暗示着人死后有知。但是,尽管这些体验让人刻骨铭心,但却没有人从“坟墓那边”带回过什么据或是可资验的信息。怀疑论者的看法是,濒死体验可以解释,但是是受损大脑可以预期的自然幻觉。然而,我们还是不能确切知道濒临体验的来由,也无法知道它们是否真的是“那边”的景象。7. UFOs 不明飞行物There is no doubt that UFOs (Unidentified Flying Objects) exist - many people see things in the skies that they cannot identify, ranging from aircraft to meteors. Whether or not any of those objects and lights are alien spacecraft is another matter entirely; given the fantastic distances and effort involved in just getting to Earth from across the universe, such a scenario seems unlikely. Still, while careful investigation has revealed known causes for most sighting reports, some UFO incidents will always remain unexplained.UFO(不明飞行物)的存在是毫无疑问的,因为有许多人在天上看到过自己无法识别的东西,从飞行器到流星应有尽有。至于说这些物体和光影当中有没有外星人的宇宙飞船就完全是另外一回事了——但是想想穿越宇宙空间来到地球的遥远距离与巨大困难,你就会觉得这样的事情不太可能。但是,尽管大多数目击报告已经借由认真的调查得到了平平无奇的解释,有些不明飞行物事件还是会一直神秘下去。6. Deja vu 幻觉记忆Deja vu is a French phrase meaning 'aly seen,' referring to the distinct, puzzling, and mysterious feeling of having experienced a specific set of circumstances before. A woman might walk into a building, for example, in a foreign country she'd never visited, and sense that the setting is eerily and intimately familiar. Some attribute deja vu to psychic experiences or unbidden glimpses of previous lives. As with intuition, research into ,human psychology can offer more naturalistic explanations, but ultimately the cause and nature of the phenomenon itself remains a mystery.Deja vu(幻觉记忆)是一句法文短语,意为“似曾相识”,指的是一种令人不解的特殊神秘体验,就是你觉得自已以前经历过某个特定的场景。举例来说,一个女人可能会走进她初次拜访的异国的一座建筑,但却觉得眼前的景象似曾相识,感觉怪异又亲切。有些人认为幻觉记忆是通灵体验的产物,或是因为人在不经意间瞥见了前世的光景。跟直觉一样,人类心理学研究也可以为这种现象提供更为自然主义的解释,但这种现象本身的来由和性质始终还是个谜。5. Ghosts 鬼魂From the Shakespeare play "MacBeth" to the N show "Medium," spirits of the dead have long made an appearance in our culture and folklore. Many people have reported seeing apparitions of both shadowy strangers and departed loved ones. Though definitive proof for the existence of ghosts remains elusive, sincere eyewitnesses continue to report seeing, photographing, and even communicating with ghosts. Ghost investigators hope to one day prove that the dead can contact the living, providing a final answer to the mystery.从莎士比亚的剧作《麦克佩斯》到美国国家广播公司的电视节目《灵媒缉凶》,亡者的魂灵一直在我们的文化和传说中萦绕不去。许多人都声称自己曾目睹鬼魂现身,其中既有面目模糊的陌生人,也有业已故去的亲朋好友。鬼魂存在的可靠据至今还是无从取得,虔信不疑的目击者们却依然在继续报告自己看到鬼魂、拍到鬼魂乃至与鬼魂交流的经历。致力调查鬼魂的人们希望有一天能明死者可以和生者接触,由此为这个谜题找出最终的。4. Mysterious Disappearances 神秘消失People disappear for various reasons. Most are runaways, some succumb to accident, a few are abducted or killed, but most are eventually found. Not so with the truly mysterious disappearances. From the crew of the Marie Celeste to Jimmy Hoffa, Amelia Earhart, and Natalee Holloway, some people seem to have vanished without a trace. When missing persons are found, it is always through police work, confession, or accident never by 'psychic detectives'). But when the evidence is lacking and leads are lost, even police and forensic science can't always solve the crime.人们会因为各种各样的理由消失不见,大多数是自行逃遁,有一些是碰上了事故,还有少数则是遭人绑架或杀害。但是,其中的大多数最终都会被人找到。真正神秘的消失就不是这样了。从“玛丽·塞莱斯特号”船员、吉米·霍法、艾米莉·亚艾尔哈特到娜塔莉·霍洛威,有些人似乎消失得无影无踪了。失踪人口被人找到不外乎警方破案、相关人员等自供以及偶然发现等几种原因,绝没有借助“通灵侦探”的情形。但是,在据不足、线索中断的情况下,即便是警方和鉴科学也并不总能解决罪案。3. Intuition 直觉Whether we call it gut feelings, a "sixth sense", or something else, we have all experienced intuition at one time or another. Of course, gut feelings are often wrong (how many times during aircraft turbulence have you been sure your plane was going down?), but they do seem to be right much of the time. Psychologists note that people subconsciously pick up information about the world around us, leading us to seemingly sense or know information without knowing exactly how or why we know it. But cases of intuition are difficult to prove or study, and psychology may only be part of the answer.说是“心底的感觉”也好,“第六感”也好,别的什么东西也好,我们或多或少都有过直觉的体验。当然,心底的感觉经常会错(有多少次,坐飞机颠簸的时候你觉得它肯定会掉下去呢?),可也有很多时候似乎是正确的。心理学家们已经发现,人们会下意识地收集周遭世界的信息,由此便似乎能在不自知如何或为何的情况下感知或了解信息。但是,直觉的案例很难明,也很难分析,而心理学家也可能只是的一部分而已。2. Bigfoot 大脚For decades, large, hairy, manlike beasts called Bigfoot have occasionally been reported by eyewitnesses across America. Despite the thousands of Bigfoot that must exist for a breeding population, not a single body has been found. Not one has been killed by a hunter, struck dead by a speeding car, or even died of natural causes. In the absence of hard evidence like teeth or bones, support comes down to eyewitness sightings and ambiguous photos and films. Since it is logically impossible to prove a universal negative, science will never be able to prove that creatures like Bigfoot and the Loch Ness monster do not exist, and it is possible that these mysterious beasts lurk far from prying eyes.几十年当中,美国各地都不时有目击者声称自己看到了人称“大脚”的巨型多毛人形野兽。尽管目击者口中的“大脚”数以千计、足以构成一个繁殖种群,人们却连一具尸体也未曾找到。没有一个“大脚”被猎人杀死或是被超速的汽车撞死,连自然死亡的都没有。没有牙齿骨骼之类的实在物,“大脚”存在的依据只是人目击以及模糊不清的照片和录像。要明一个全称否定判断从逻辑上说是不可能的,因此科学将永远不能明“大脚”和尼斯湖怪兽之类的东西不存在。也有可能,这些神秘莫测的生物的确潜藏在人们好奇视线之外的远处。1. The Taos Hum 陶斯之声Some residents and visitors in the small city of Taos, New Mexico, have for years been annoyed and puzzled by a mysterious and faint low-frequency hum in the desert air. Oddly, only about 2 percent of Taos residents report hearing the sound. Some believe it is caused by unusual acoustics; others suspect mass hysteria or some secret, sinister purpose. Whether described as a whir, hum, or buzz and whether psychological, natural, or supernatural no one has yet been able to locate the sound's origin.多年以来,美国新墨西哥州小城市陶斯的部分居民和访客一直被沙漠空气中一种微弱的低频噪声所困扰。奇怪的是,只有大约2%的陶斯居民说自己听见了这种声音。有些人认为它产生于特殊的声学作用,也有些人怀疑这是集体幻觉或是某种神秘邪恶行为的产物。不管人们形容这种声响还是呼呼声、嗡嗡声还是咝咝声,也不管它究竟是心理作用、自然产物还是超自然产物,至今还没人能找到它的来源。 /200908/81325四川重庆激光全身脱毛价格

乐山做双眼皮价格重庆第三人民医院营业时间 Where it began“屌丝”的起源The word originated in the Baidu.com#39;s Tiebar (a top Chinese bulletin board system) of soccer player Li Yi. There, fans of Li, who are called yisi in Chinese, not only talk about soccer but moan about their lives, work and relationships.Yisi, who are known for their rude and dirty language, were given the name diaosi by others who have seen their posts.该词起源于足球运动员李毅的百度贴吧(国内知名的BBS)。李毅的球迷“毅丝”们在贴吧里不仅谈论足球,还抱怨自己对生活、工作与感情的不满。“毅丝”以语言粗鲁,脏话连篇而闻名,看过他们帖子的人便给他们起了“屌丝”这一称号。What is a ;diaosi; like“屌丝”什么样?The word diaosi was coined first by single, young men who feel they have dead-end lives. Generally, men in this category don#39;t earn enough, are not good looking, and have difficulty winning promotion. Unlike their upper-class contemporaries, they lack influential families, useful social networks for their careers, and most importantly, suitable women to marry.“屌丝”这个词最初是由那些感到生活没出路的年轻单身汉们创造出来的。通常这类男性挣钱不多,其貌不扬,晋升无望。与处于社会高层的同龄人相比,他们缺少有权势的家庭背景,没有可以帮助他们发展事业的社会关系,最重要的是,没有合适的结婚对象。;I#39;m just a diaosi, poor and plain-looking, who will marry me?; It#39;s a common sentiment uttered by one of them, which is half self-mockery, half reality. Many young men call themselves diaosi because they feel they are among the lowest echelons of society. They suffer low self-esteem and have stopped trying to improve their lives.“我只是个屌丝,穷困潦倒且相貌平平,谁会嫁给我呢?”“屌丝一族”常常会这样一半自嘲、一半现实地感慨到。很多年轻人自称“屌丝”,因为他们觉得自己处于社会最底层。他们缺乏自尊,也不再为新生活而奋斗。;Diaosi; culture reflects social changes“屌丝”文化反映出社会变革According to Zhu Chongke, a professor in the School of Asia-Pacific Studies at Sun Yat-sen University in Guangzhou, the popularity of the word diaosi stems from the fact that it was created by common people and thus resonates with a huge population.;Labeling yourself a diaosi offers an outlet for people to mock themselves and relieve pressure, hence it sp quickly,; Zhu told Xinhua News Agency.;The attitude is basically: #39;I aly have little to lose, so why don#39;t I mock myself for fun?#39;.;广州中山大学亚太研究院的朱崇科教授说,正因为“屌丝”一词是由普通大众创造的,才引发了大多数人的共鸣,变得如此流行。“通过给自己贴上‘屌丝’标签,人们找到了一个自嘲和减压的出口。因此这个词汇迅速传播开来。”朱崇科在接受新华社采访时如是说。“从根本上讲,他们的态度是:‘我已是一穷二白,为何不自嘲取乐呢?’”The diaosi phenomenon reflects not just a youth culture problem, but larger social issues.屌丝现象所反映出的不单单是一个青年文化的问题,而是更大的社会问题。;Society hasn#39;t offered an effective channel for young people who don#39;t have an influential family background to receive promotion at work,; Zhu said. Ke Qianting is an associate professor in gender studies at Tsinghua University. ;The pressure of marriage intensifies anxiety among this group,; Ke told Sohu.com.;Many of those young men claim to be diaosi, since they can#39;t find a proper woman to marry. It reflects a deep sense of loss.”“社会没能为这些缺少家庭背景的年轻人提供一个有效的晋升渠道。”朱崇科说。柯倩婷副教授是清华大学性别研究方面的专家。“婚姻的压力令这些年轻人更加焦虑。”柯倩婷在接受搜狐的采访中说。“很多这样的年轻人都因为找不到合适的结婚对象,而宣称加入‘屌丝一族’。这反映了一种深深的失落感。” /201205/181813重庆植发新生

黔江区比基尼脱毛价格Valentine's Day is not all aboutmushiness, flowers and chocolates, for now a new research has shown that Cupid's magic works as far as the health of your heart is concerned.Women in happy marriages are much less likely to have a heart attack than those in high-stress relationships, research at the University of Pittsburgh, in the US, found.And men who have sex two or more times a week halve their risk of a cardiac arrest, a study at Bristol University found.Hugs lower your blood pressure while making love is a great cardiacworkout.It temporarily raises blood pressure and gives the arteries and veins a workout, keeping them strong and flexible.Cathy Ross, a specialist nurse with the British Heart Foundation, says: "Sex can provide the same benefits as walking up severalflightsof stairs."And it's a lot more fun which means we're more likely to stick with the exercise regime.We burn on average 200 calories when we have sex. But trying out different positions can increase the burn and fun.HUGS also help. Doctors at the University of North Carolina, in America, found cuddles can lower blood pressure and boost levels of the relaxing feelgood hormone oxytocin.Kissing is also recommended for gums and teeth because it increases production of saliva, which helps kill the bacteria that cause tooth decay and gum disease.In the long term this can even help to head off a heart attack because gum disease can increase the risk of heart attacks. 情人节带给你的不仅仅是激动、鲜花和巧克力,一项最新研究显示,爱神丘比特还能让你的心脏更加健康。美国匹兹堡大学的一项研究发现,拥有幸福婚姻的女性患心脏病的几率远远低于那些婚姻状况不佳的女性。布里斯托尔大学的一项研究表明,一周有两次或两次以上性生活的男性心脏骤停的风险要小一半。此外,拥抱可以降低血压,而性生活则可以锻炼心脏功能。拥抱和性生活会使血压暂时升高,能让动脉和静脉得到锻炼,从而使它们保持强劲和柔韧。英国心脏基金会的护理专家凯西·洛斯说:“性生活所能起到的作用和上几段楼梯差不多。”而且,这种“锻炼”更有趣,人们更容易坚持。一次性生活能够燃烧平均200卡路里的热量,尝试不同的姿势则可以增加热量的燃烧,还可以增加乐趣。拥抱对身体也有好处。美国北卡罗莱纳大学的士们发现,拥抱能够降低血压,还可以促进能让人感到放松和舒适的脑下垂体后叶荷尔蒙的分泌。接吻对牙龈和牙齿有好处。因为接吻可以增加唾液的分泌,从而有助于杀死引起蛀齿和牙龈疾病的细菌。由于牙龈疾病会增加患心脏病的风险,所以从长期来看,接吻甚至有助于降低心脏病的发病率。 /200809/47097 Saint Lucia's Day is a Swedish traditional holiday.On December 13th,one of the shortest,darkest days in the long and cold winter,Sweden celebrates the holiday,in honor of Saint Lucia,the Queen of Lights.  圣·露西亚节是瑞典著名的传统节日,在每年12月13日——瑞典寒冷而漫长的冬天中白天最短、夜晚最长的一个日子里庆祝,用以纪念“光明女神”圣·露西亚。  On the day,girls in Sweden dress up as Santa Lucia wearing a white dress and a crown of candles. Boys carry a candle and wear a kind of white pyjama. They wear hats that are pointy with golden stars on them.  这天,瑞典的女孩子会打扮成圣·露西亚的模样——身穿白色长裙,头戴插有蜡烛的花冠。男孩子手拿蜡烛,穿着白色长袍,戴着画有金色星星的帽子。  In Sweden people do not wear candles anymore because before girls caught their hair on fire very often. Today they use modern candles with batteries in them.  如今,人们已经不再在花冠上点蜡烛,因为女孩子们的头发经常会被火烧着。现在,在瑞典,人们更多地开始使用装有电池的蜡烛。  After lunch most schools close on Santa Lucia day around noon. It is a national holiday of Sweden.In big cities in Sweden there are beauty contests where some women dress up as Santa Lucia and the judges and the people vote for the Santa Lucia of the year.There are also special foods for Lucia's Day like spicy gingerb biscuits.In schools people sing Santa Lucia's song.  圣·露西亚节是瑞典全国性的节日。这天中午午饭之后,大部分学校都不再上课。瑞典一些大城市还会举行选美比赛,女人们装扮成圣·露西亚的样子,由评委和公众投票选出当年的“圣·露西亚”。这个节日也有其特色食物,如姜汁饼干。人们还在学校高唱《圣·露西亚之歌》。 /200909/83243万州妇幼保健院做双眼皮江津区做脱毛手术多少钱



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