- Producer12/11/2017Caso SimeoneNo existen dudas que la labor que Simeone ha llevado en el Atlético de Madrid ha dejado de ser una sorpresa para muchos seguidores, entrenadores, periodistas y demás aficionados al fútbol.Nos consta que existe una nueva corriente de entrenadores...
- Producer12/11/2017The Boomer In AutumnIn October, every damn October that he can remember, the Boomer gets a cold. And for two weeks he gets to feel like 10 lbs of crap in a 5 lb bag.The first week of the Boomer’s cold is spent in a blur of coughing, headaches, sinus pain, sleeplessness...
Comments12/11/2017 #3 Jerry FletcherBrother James, I must have pissed off a gypsy. Found myself searching for anything watchable on TV at 3:30 AM of Saturday coughing and hacking. Crashed during the day and woke this morning only to find the tiny culprits were playing havoc with my stomach as Phil put it "stirring the pot."
- Producer11/11/2017Have You Been Feeling Very Tired Lately?Have you felt unable to pull yourself out of the bed, lately? The sun's up, you have millions of things to do which you ACTUALLY want to do. But your body and mind just tells you to hit snooze for a couple of hours more. What do you do?Tiredness and...
Comments11/11/2017 #12 David B. GrinbergThanks, Proma, for the excellent information and advice which is critically important to the health and well-being of every person. I agree that it helps a lot to start "shutting down" about an hour prior to one's designated bedtime. That means no electronic devices, as you note, including mobile phones, computers or TV.
Personally, I find that listening to soothing music helps me fall asleep faster and take my mind off the rigors of the day and challenges of tomorrow. The bottom line here is that those who are sleep deprived will fail to function at 100% capacity, which is detrimental to one's work and other life activities. Thus, it just makes good sense to make sleep a priority for a variety of reasons. Lastly, those who just can't get to sleep and/or have insomnia should consult their doctors regarding the appropriate medication to remedy this issue.11/11/2017 #11 Proma 🐝 Nautiyal#4 Thank you for your comment, @Lisa Vanderburg! I will be very happy if this post can make a difference in someone's life. I am sorry to hear about your insomnia and your husband's Parkinson's Disease. I understand how difficult it is as I have seen people very close to me suffering from the same. Have you tried meditating before going to bed? That is one thing that literally gives me that gentle nudge (more like a push) to fall asleep. Applying slight pressure on parts of your palm and fingers can also help induce sleep by relaxing the nerves. I will get back to you with more information, if you think that could help.11/11/2017 #10 Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBeeI agree @Proma - sleep is a very important issue for many people today. It is almost like we are trying to deny being human by being able to stay awake all day and night. we have forgotten the richness of sleep, of dreams, of allowing our sleep to help us process what has occurred during the day, so we can wake up with new insight. Sleep is like eating. We can not live without eating and drinking - we love to eat and prepare meals. We can do the same with sleep by creating a ritual that suits our selves. Whilst eating is often a group activity, sleep and preparing for sleep is more a time for ourselves.11/11/2017 #9 Harvey LloydThe last 15 mins of the day, alone all by yourself. Critical moments in our continuing health.
If i could add a thought to this critical 15 mins.
Judgement is all around us during the day. Reviewing and deciding right and wrong will sometimes load us up in the judgemental wave.
Take a few moments to recognize that ideas can twist and turn without judgement of others. Separate the journey of wisdom from the people.
Great thoughts thanks11/11/2017 #8 Proma 🐝 Nautiyal#3 That's excellent, @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee! I thought my body needed 9 hours of sleep for me to function properly, but these days even 7 hours have become a luxury. I wake up not because of my alarm clock or my body clock but because of anxious thoughts crossing my mind of things-to-do.11/11/2017 #6 Proma 🐝 Nautiyal#1 I agree, @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher. Reading makes me sleep better. Meditating before sleep makes me fall asleep mid-meditation. The peace and calm it brings is too tantalizing to continue in a state of awareness. Television helps a lot when it comes to fleeting thoughts as they help a lot in diverting our attention. Especially the late night tele-shopping programs with their repetitive ads, help even more to lull people to sleep. Thank you for your comment!11/11/2017 #4 Lisa VanderburgEveryone should heed your advise about sleep, for once that door is cracked it's hard to shut @Proma 🐝 Nautiyal! Healthy sleep is essential to maintain; a battle I lost to insomnia since 1997. My husband has Parkinson's Disease, and it's a constant mantra to all newbies in PD to don't let that door open (eventually it does anyhoo). In sufferers, this becomes an enormous monster as they progress (degenerate); the parasomnias take over the ship! I wrote about it : https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/what-we-do-dark-parkinsons-lisa-vanderburg/
I'm going to share your buzz with my PD groups, so many thanks!11/11/2017 #3 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBeeLlike my father my average sleeping time is six hours per day. I know this is not enough, but I wake naturally. No alarm clock or any other wayvexcept it is my natural sleeping hours.
Thank you @Proma 🐝 Nautiyal View moreLlike my father my average sleeping time is six hours per day. I know this is not enough, but I wake naturally. No alarm clock or any other wayvexcept it is my natural sleeping hours.
Thank you @Proma 🐝 Nautiyal for sharing this relevant buzz to our life syles Close11/11/2017 #1 Lisa 🐝 GallagherI used to sleep much better when I read before falling asleep, yes, even on my kindle. I have been trying to keep my phone "at arms length" and it works fairly good for the most. I fall asleep a bit earlier when I do this. Some people have incessant thoughts like a merry go round and they are hard to shut off no matter what you try. I find the TV works better when those thoughts are present, it sort of drowns them out. A good night's sleep is vital to a good day. Nice article @Proma 🐝 Nautiyal and great infographics!
- Producer30/10/2017Medication vs. Meditation – What to choose, when? Let’s learn from Akbar-Birbal fable.Many friends here on beBee, write regularly on subjects like,Stress, anxiety, depression and mental health.I too have written on sleep disorders and others.In all write-ups, we talk of predominantly two solutions:Medication and Meditation; besides...
Comments31/10/2017 #17 Puneet Srivastava#16 Thanks @Tausif Mundrawala. You have added some excellent points in your comments. Toxic thoughts make home in our mind so easily. They are the reason for most of the problems in life. Physical exercise and meditation is a simple and ideal combo-solution. Even 30 minutes a day can make a big difference. And yes, this science is the treasure of India and so thankfully, equally accessible to all.My effort is to help as many people find it for themselves and their loved ones. .31/10/2017 #16 Tausif MundrawalaPrevention is better than cure. Why to make ourselves addicted to medicines when one can wade through the negativity with the help of meditation. Meditation helps to remove the toxic thoughts from our being which inhibits our growth. None of the other factors or cosmetics can make us more attractive than a workout regime followed by deep meditation. The feeling is indescribable as it makes us feel more blessed from within.
Am glad that you tagged me and thankful to you spread this wisdom of our Indian lineage to the entire world, my friend @Puneet Srivastava31/10/2017 #13 Lisa 🐝 GallagherI agree @Puneet Srivastava, both can be used in unison. I've had a bit of time to myself over the past month (my husband and I took separate holidays). I went to the beach, he went Elk Hunting in the Mountains of Colorado. I haven't had this much time to myself since before kids. It gave me time to relax a bit more and think healthy thoughts. Just having some solitude helped me. Thanks for this!30/10/2017 #6 Cyndi wilkinsThere is a big difference between the wildfire (acute injury/illness) and the slow burn (chronic pain/illness)...A beautifully presented metaphor that is inclusive of both conventional/alternative therapies working as they were meant to...Together. Lovely post @Puneet Srivastava;-)30/10/2017 #4 Ian Weinberg@Puneet Srivastava It's always fascinating for me to find that something that we thought of as 'new age' emerges from age-old wisdom. This wisdom that you've shared would today be referred as 're-framing' - changing the meaning/implication/experience by integrating it into a new context. And yes I agree with you, it has a major part to play in the realm of wellness versus illness. Thanks for sharing.
- Producer27/10/2017Finish Strong“I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith.” 2nd Timothy 4:7Are you planning on finishing strong this year? Whatever you projects, plans, or goals may be, are you ready to close the year with a sense of...
- Producer23/08/2017ToesToes. Whoda thought? Toes can be dangerous. Toes have toenails, and mine are particularly and voraciously strong. As my hands have become more crippled with MS, I have, and will always, fight with my toes. Whodawhoda thought? My cousin...
Comments24/08/2017 #12 Jerry FletcherJoyce, I feel your pain...and you relief. I had to deal with a toothache over the weekend and into "Eclipse Monday." My regular dentist was off somewhere in Central Oregon to get the "Total Eclipse Experience." His fill-in was not available until Tuesday. All I can say is that a gel call Ambersol should win its discoverer a Nobel Prize! Hoe you get the boot off toot suite.23/08/2017 #6 CityVP 🐝 ManjitI never understood and probably will never understand the notion of foot fetish, but I totally understand the reality of foot care. Toes are a weird thing and for most a people a forgotten appendage of the body, that is until one cannot touch them without some kind of pain. The rubber tire we accumulate around a belly becomes the first impediment to reaching our toes. I can sympathize with illness that makes for greater impediments. This is not a subject much discussed but today at least it is !
- Producer14/08/2017Sleeping Disorders & Urban LifeA few years ago I met owner of a famous Mumbai eatery. He had some very interesting words to share. He said, forty years ago when they came to Mumbai from their village, they had nothing. Seven of them would put their heads around a bundle of old...
Comments18/08/2017 #35 Puneet SrivastavaHi @Cyndi wilkins. It was wonderful knowing of your preference (on Linkedin) for face 2 face opportunities. Few days ago I shared this write-up here on beBee where i spoke on some opportunities that came my way to help others that way. Possibly you will like it and also be able to share some insights from your deep experience. Thanks. Regards.18/08/2017 #34 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher#16 Thank you @Puneet Srivastava, your very observant and sincerely kind. Sending many good wishes and thoughts your way too!! I'm working on my sleeping habits but they have been off for years so they won't change soon. I know they will change eventually though. I have hope!! :)17/08/2017 #32 Zacharias 🐝 VoulgarisJust like every vital sign, sleep patterns follow certain rhythms. You can't expect to have the same sleep every day, throughout the year. Some days you may need less, others you may need more. What's important, in my view, is what you do during the time you are awake.17/08/2017 #31 AnonymousThanks for sharing the knowledge, @Puneet Srivastava! I've written on the benefits of sleep, and intellectually I know that the brain clears out all of the neurotoxins when we sleep. Sadly, I know first hand how debilitating a lack of sleep can be. I often have a hard time quieting my brain enough to sleep. This is good stuff and worth sharing! Thank you!!17/08/2017 #29 Puneet Srivastava#28 Thanks @Louise Smith for reading & responding. Interestingly, there is no hypnosis involved anywhere. What I did with my mom was like dipping your feet in the warm water after a long trek. :) Also thanks for your interest in natural methods. In this respect if you have any specific questions, you may please message me separately and i will surely respond. Good day... Good wishes. :)16/08/2017 #28 Louise SmithThank you @Puneet Srivastava for your heart warming buzz. I like how you describe helping people with pain, sleep and dreams.
This can be done in a type of hypnosis when it is unknown to a person like you did with your Mother.
It's using language to open the person to considering possibilities. Direct hypnosis is easier & faster.
I am interested in hearing more about your ideas of natural methods.16/08/2017 #27 Puneet Srivastava#25 Such a beautiful insight @Praveen Raj Gullepalli... Kudos... and yes of course... occasional jaunt apart :)... and though that too is an important part... yet even in those tender matters... teamwork and mutual understanding must never be lost sight of. :) I will sure try to share more as you have suggested. Thank you & Good wishes.16/08/2017 #25 Praveen Raj GullepalliIf the wife is our better half, then sleep is our other half Puneet! Without sleep we are dead in no time and without proper sleep we are walking zombies, however sprightly our behaviour! I wish every living person gets a minimum of 6 to 7 hrs of uninterrupted sleep. I'd call any person who does not get 6 hrs of clear sleep, abnormal. He or she is making mistakes unaware, messing up others or their own bodies, slowly but surely. Without proper sleep, a lot of errors of judgement, impulse, rage and what not are surely bound to occur. They are inevitable. Sleep is the most sacred function of the body. I hate to disturb folks when they are asleep. Even couples should respect that function and try not to destroy the sleep pattern in the name of intimacy or togetherness as a routine. (The occasional jaunt apart ;)
Do post a live buzz demonstrating a simple exercise or two sometime :)15/08/2017 #22 Anonymous#18 Do you know what it means if you fall asleep while trying to meditate? :) :) :)
It means I should go to bed earlier? LOL I would love to hear more of why ...I cant do Yoga either...at the end of yoga, when you rest..yup..I SNORE! lol (ok..I dont think I snore, but my yoga buddy said I did!)15/08/2017 #20 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#14 thank you, Puneet!15/08/2017 #18 Puneet Srivastava#10 Wow!!! @Gloria 🐝 🐾 💫 ☕ (Glo) Ochoa Do you know what it means if you fall asleep while trying to meditate? :) :) :) No there is nothing wrong about it... on the contrary its sign of a wonderful trait... however, i can't explain that in context here in this short pitch... if you wish to know I can send you a slightly longer message... and also because that may not be relevant for everyone.... So pls do let know.... Thanks so much for reading & sharing... Good wishes & wish you many many more happy sleeps while meditating. :) :)15/08/2017 #16 Puneet Srivastava#9 Thanks @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher for sharing & writing... I think your video buzz and this write-up must have happened in parallel... you posted first, while i kept it on my desk & discovered yours... no way.... 2.40 AM you stay awake only if you have to meditate... Whatever be the reason... This must change... I pray for you, now being even more specific... everyday.... Take care... May God bring you all the strength... Good wishes & Love...
- 11/08/2017You Should Appreciate Germswww.linkedin.com I’ve been perpetuating a misconception. When I give talks about global health, I typically speak about microbes as threats we need to wipe off...
Comments11/08/2017 #2 CityVP 🐝 ManjitThis is what I try to tell germaphobes, that they are in a battle against themselves but that just simply adds to my pet peeves about how personal branding can dumb us down to the level of caricature, even though I do realize that you have a positive opinion generally about personal branding.
We have created weaker immune systems and rising allergic reactions through obsessive (near OCD) attitude to cleanliness. In trying to eradicate bacteria through an arsenal of antibiotics we have made relatively harmless strains of bacteria into evolving and more dangerous strains.
There was a time when I was young when if a child got chickenpox a mother of another child would expose their children to it if they thought that it passed an immunity to it, one that protects their child from the greater discomfort of shingles later in life. Yet today no mother would expose their child to chickenpox because chickenpox has mutated through the decades and today can have the potency to be lethal.
It is surprising that someone who has become socially conscious through his partnership with his wife, has been relatively slow in becoming more attuned to the function of microbes and how they are essential to the very fabric of life and when we are aware of their role how this can lead to smarter health and a greater understanding of symbiosis. It is good that he is now biologically conscious about the essence of the microbiome because understanding this is on par with understanding the human genome, and this should not remain an undiscovered part of our being (or in the case of microbes, the being within our own being).
- Producer05/08/201710 Coconut products you should try outAlthough coconuts have been a part of human life since time began, only now are we realizing the many uses and benefits that they can provide us. Although coconuts are not native to a large amount of the world, export of coconut products is...
Comments09/08/2017 #10 Lisa 🐝 GallagherGreat info @Juan Imaz! I have been using many forms of coconut since I've learned of it's properties. I even use it if I'm on an antibiotic to try and maintain a healthy gut. I love cooking with it too. It's very tasty in many dishes along with the health benefits you mentioned above.07/08/2017 #9 Praveen Raj GullepalliThis is such an awesome surprise, coming from your pen JuanBee! You are so right too! Coconut extracts in many forms are used across India (more so in Kerala). Worship rituals across the country involve shelling of many coconuts and the flesh is partaken by all, along with the water. You will be amazed at the number of edibles that are made with coconuts. The coconut waste like the shells are used to make creative artefacts, and the skin/fibre are recycled to make coir mattresses and various other household items.
Coconut oil, besides being a tasteful antibacterial/anti-fungal/lubricant/skin conditioner/sun-screen/burn-healing lotion etc., is also supposed to be an excellent remedy for thyroid problems. Two teaspoons of coconut oil (food grade/extracted pure and with no additives) consumed every morning is supposed to regulate thyroid gland hormone production. It can be added to hot milk, tea or coffee and consumed, if you are not comfortable chugging it raw ;)
All said, that was a real healthy buzz! Thanks for sharing!
- 05/07/2017Interesting science around the second brain in our gut, which seems to indicate that processes of digestion and gut related reactions to emotional thoughts is delegated to this second brain. Interesting also is the finding of the level of serotonin hormone that relates to the gut.
It seems the consciousness in our gut is not our own but the effects of millions of bacteria in our gut communicating with our enteric nervous system. Interesting also is the emerging field of neurogastroenterology as gut/brain science begins to be formulated.. If the foremost experts are still finding out about the human brain and its functioning, this ancillary study of the gut-brain relationship speaks to how much medicine has yet to learn. I am patient enough to see how this science progresses.Think Twice: How the Gut's "Second Brain" Influences Mood and Well-Beingwww.scientificamerican.com The emerging and surprising view of how the enteric nervous system in our bellies goes far beyond just processing the food we...
Comments05/07/2017 #5 CityVP 🐝 ManjitDear @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee as I make links regarding the "Second Brain", the idea that good and bad within us could be directed by our own gut bacteria is something I find fascinating. This article https://www.newscientist.com/article/2095769-gut-bacteria-spotted-eating-brain-chemicals-for-the-first-time/ offers a very plausible connection between gut bacteria and depression.05/07/2017 #3 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#2 Yes, and you remind me dear @CityVP 🐝 Manjit of recent researches that shows we have mini brains scattered all throughout our bodies. If I may call them "local brains" that decide on their own what to do. If our bodies are fractal (and they are) thenn decisions are taken locally. Our bodies apparently function the same way. A centralized-brain thinking isn't how our bodies function.05/07/2017 #2 CityVP 🐝 Manjit#1 Medicine is always changing, the question is whether this change leads to an intelligent appreciation of health or the mitigation of unintended consequences. Think of the quack cures in the past that was based on yesterday's medicine - to think that people sold radium as a health remedy once is today just mind-boggling https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2013/03/how-we-realized-putting-radium-in-everything-was-not-the-answer/273780/
- Producer01/07/2017Physical Intelligence - Day 90Today represents a lot of ENDS. The end of June, the end of my 90 Day Physical Intelligence Challenge and now sadly the end of my relationship with my student club. All these ends however channel a new beginning tomorrow - one that is marked by...
- Producer29/06/2017Physical Intelligence - Day 89In the penultimate Physical Intelligence Log, I am asking the question whether physical intelligence is political? We can consider Green Politics as political but think Bronze, the oxidation of bronze can turn it green due to the copper component...
- Producer29/06/2017Physical Intelligence - Day 88What happens when a shock announcement changes the whole shape of the day? The easy answer is you get up cowboy and get up' on that horse. The horse we have happens to be exercise but it is the last thing one thinks about when hearing news with a...
- Producer27/06/2017Physical Intelligence - Day 87Yesterday I picked up a Cycling Map published by our local municipality and it showed cycling trails around our city. I have not owned a cycle since I was a kid and I am also not fond of the exercise bikes we have. Even though we can add an i-Pad...
- Producer26/06/2017Physical Intelligence - Day 86When we take a branding view of dental hygiene we don't necessarily receive a complete view of dental care. What we get is the prescribed version that we will find in any dentist brochure. Had I not read Juan Imaz's buzz about Dental Care I would...
Comments27/06/2017 #1 Deb 🐝 HelfrichA phenomenal piece of your classic scholarship, @CityVP 🐝 Manjit, which always highlights that what we are being told, just might have an agenda.
So much 'wisdom' is actually false and the reason it is passed along, despite being a PR myth, is that it can be encapsulated in a repeatable soundbite.
Fat makes you fat. So much harm to our collective health has come from this pat, but false phrase, just because it is magnificently easy to pass along.
"Just because I look good does not mean that I am good, so why would I master image when I can master reality first?"
Our teeth are biologically active tissues that can be healed in ways beside throwing mercury and metal amalgam - I bet we evolve to consider this a torture device like a chastity belt..... It you cannot be trusted to use that part wisely, we are gonna slap some metal there to cover your tendency to sin.
- Producer13/06/2017Why Dental Care Should Be a Priority for ProfessionalsDental care plays an important role in society. First impressions are important and lasting which ultimately can make or break your opportunities. Maintain a healthy smile can open a world of opportunities. Professionals need to strive on...
Comments25/06/2017 #16 CityVP 🐝 ManjitThe physical aspect here is something I am totally with, but the image side, of course not. This idea that people should have "white teeth" is an abomination when at best healthy teeth are off-white not fake white. I care deeply about health but not social judgements - because I am not going to placate or uphold human resource values that belong in the dustbin of the 20th Century.
Creating a prejudiced view of the human body perpetuates image disorder and creates markets based on bad science. Health should come before image and as the decades progress, an industry dedicated to make us believe how we should look according to a false representation of the human self, is a form of professionalism (as special interest) that should face deeper inspection as an attitude that represents thinking from the past - not a freedom for the future. Health however is freedom.
This is a subject that is worthy of me writing a separate buzz but also worthy of including in physical intelligence - because the physical (rather than social or psychological) component of having healthy teeth is a worthy message and worth developing further. We should focus on science rather than religious belief that advocates people to be more concerned about image and cosmetic economics than in the basics of evidence based health. Personal branding is a religious movement not a science, where the chief deity is image and persona.
To add to the cost of living in an age where there is increasing complexity is not something I am going to support but a renaissance society that gets past these dark ages of body image (whiter teeth) and moves us towards holistic health - that is a movement towards enlightenment and the kind of 21st Century life I do support. BTW would anyone advocate whiter skin???25/06/2017 #12 Javier 🐝 beBee@Juan Imaz @Rafael García Romano @Matt 🐝 Sweetwood @Virag🐝 G. @John White, MBA @Roberto Ferri @Marta Carretero Garcia @Emilio Naveso Gonzalez
Have a look at this
https://www.google.es/search?q=Dental+Care+Should+Be+a+Priority&oq=Dental+Care+Should+Be+a+Priority&aqs=chrome..69i57j69i60.263j0j1&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-814/06/2017 #6 David B. GrinbergThanks for the helpful and healthful advice, Juan. You are certainly well versed in this subject area. I use a Sonicare electric toothbrush. Are those sold in Spain? http://www.usa.philips.com/c-m-pe/electric-toothbrushes
Lastly, I never understood why it's accepted for people in the UK to have bad teeth? Do you know why the British don't heed the astute advice you have articulated here? Just wondering. Lastly, let's not forget that old saying that a nice smile (with good teeth) can brighten another person's day. This fits one of my life theories: in giving we receive.
Looking forward to your next brilliant buzz, Juan.14/06/2017 #4 Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand AmbassadorSmiles are the first impression when we meet one another. Oral hygiene is a priority in our personal and business lives. In the US, dentistry is expensive, even with dental insurance. My dentist advised I get an electric toothbrush, which I've had for 5 or 6 years. I would suggest a well known brand, such as Oral B and be sure to change the heads when they show signs of wear.
- Producer25/06/2017Physical Intelligence - Day 85During my Saturday "Success Masters" grouping our President-Elect Enis happened to ask the one question during our impromptu speaking challenge that DOES benefit from a personal brand response when we are not prepared to deal with this question or...
- Producer25/06/2017Physical Intelligence - Day 84While my daughter had a great idea to celebrate both her son's birthdays on the same day, since their birthdays fall just days apart, there were a couple of things on my mind. The first was realizing that parties and functions are still events that...
- Producer24/06/2017Physical Intelligence - Day 83Actually saw that yesterday I got the date wrong again, but this now is simply a time-stamp on this particular learning journey as it reaches it's last week. It means that I am racing rather than pacing my learning journey, so that is a good...
- Producer22/06/2017Physical Intelligence - Day 82I wanted to look and learn more about bone health today and I actually got way more than I bargained for. What seemed like a basic fact finding mission led to discovering a video by Dr.John Bergman, and I learned way more than I could have...
- Producer21/06/2017Physical Intelligence - Day 81I notoriously waste the summer months and end up in deepest winter thinking ahead how I am going to "do summer differently". That we have already reached the longest day of the year simply shows how fast time moves. I am not a snow guy and I don't...
- Producer20/06/2017Physical Intelligence - Day 80Yesterday I lost track of time. To record that moment I have not updated the graphic for Day 79. The mistake on the graphic is the same mistake I nearly made today. As I wrote out today's date I had written Monday 20th June, but then it dawned on...
- Producer19/06/2017Physical Intelligence - Day 79As I move towards the last 10 days of this log, my primary objective is what happens when this log is over and ensuring that what follows this log is a major lifestyle change. Engaging a challenge for a certain number of days may elicit some...
- Producer18/06/2017Physical Intelligence - Day 78The chief lesson from this weekend has been about age appropriate nutrition. With a large family that has a lot of kids and those kids producing the next generation that now represents two active grand-children, I can't change what the family...
Comments19/06/2017 #10 CityVP 🐝 Manjit#9 I concur @Cyndi wilkins - not just treatments but prescriptions. We have become a prescriptive society rather than a consultative one. This has turned doctors into prescribers and pharmaceutical companies target doctors to ensure they keep to Big Pharma's script. In that regard it is not ironic that doctors write out scripts and it is more likely today to imagine a beautiful blond sales woman walk into a male doctors office offering the doctor (prescriber) their own Pharma version of "Bad Medicine" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=86gCYjwVB7819/06/2017 #9 Cyndi wilkins"So we measure in studies a way of life that is sub-optimal living, but these studies don't prompt a transformation in how we operate as a society, and worse - we discover that the "experts' in exercise and nutrition studies offer cures and symptoms rather than prevention and root cause."
@CityVP 🐝 Manjit ...I would suggest they offer 'treatments' rather than cures...'Cure' is a dirty word in modern medicine...Unfortunately, for far too long the general trend has been to comply with the norms of modern bio-medicine and diagnostic tools...completely dismissive of the complexities of the human emotional system as being in large part the underlying cause of disease...Instead it operates solely on an "evidence based" system of diagnostics, ignoring any intuitive sense they may have as irrelevant...
This continuous cycle of treating the "symptoms" has created massive healthcare costs, making pharmaceutical companies rich by keeping people medicated and sick...If we consider the fact that our immune systems respond directly to our emotional state by manifesting physiological symptoms as a result of psychological stress, we begin to realize that if mindset can contribute to disease, surely then, it has the power to reverse it as well;-)19/06/2017 #8 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#7 Absolutely and spot on your writing "In ageism we find the metabolic equivalent of knowledge and that meme which the young now believe is a millennial view, was actually put there by the same boomers who now are the victims of their own youth age obsession with youth culture".19/06/2017 #7 CityVP 🐝 Manjit#3 Appreciate that. Ironically as digestion of new knowledge, many technological companies believe that young people are more open to new knowledge and that the metaphorical metabolism of older people slows down for innovation, but if that was true then why does the technology industry celebrate boomers who made the most fundamental contributions - people like Tim Berners-Lee and Vint Cerf who is even older? Why not call them yesterday's news and hold aloft some new 20 something?
In ageism we find the metabolic equivalent of knowledge and that meme which the young now believe is a millennial view, was actually put there by the same boomers who now are the victims of their own youth age obsession with youth culture. In the narcissism of the 60's when boomers celebrated themselves, but now they have done unto themselves what they did to their own generation. It is payback time for their own beliefs - or at least those who still sniff and snort on this 20th Century mindset.
The same theme flows into my contemplation of a GENERATION X2 https://www.bebee.com/producer/@cityvp/generation-x2 So whether it is concrete or abstract as an idea, it is worth reflecting upon, because otherwise we accept either an inherited orthodoxy or a mythology whose myth is in need of busting. For now before I get to the sociological layers under the physical - it is worth looking first directly at the physical.18/06/2017 #2 CityVP 🐝 Manjit#1 I am focused here on actual physical and metabolic differences between me as a 16 year old and me as a 56 year old, though the example actually used alludes to 19, the end of our teenage years. The adult body needs far less of the food fuel type that a still growing and developing teenager does. I noticed that I continue to eat for the body of a growing teenager, when I should be more mindful about what a body of a middle aged person does - and I am not getting any younger in that regard. Whether physically outside or metabolically inside of me - unless I shift towards body-building as a goal, what my family prepare is guided by the needs of our many young adult members - and an adjustment for me is necessary - even if in the past I ate like a teenager for a teenage body - those times have now passed on, and it is time embrace age appropriate physical intelligence.18/06/2017 #1 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBeeDear @CityVP 🐝 Manjit- you wrote "There are physical and metabolic differences". Does this extend to the digestion of new knowledge? I am afraid that my metabolism of nfo is lagging behind. If so then you shall forgive me for misunderstanding your buzz.
- Producer17/06/2017Physical Intelligence - Day 77Right now edible irrationality is my chief weakness, that inability to accept the blessing of saying "NO". The item in the the dock that I am cross-examining today is my consumption of sausages. This is just one food item but it packs a punch...
Comments18/06/2017 #4 CityVP 🐝 Manjit#3 Yes I do like the idea of applying conservative risk. The irony today is that our family meal is a meaty barbecue. Whoever said that if you push an idea into the universe, it comes back to you may be onto something. The video above says that potato crisps are the second worst thing after processed meats - and here I was in the back garden with the family watching processed meat burgers on the barbeque and my family passing around a large plate of potato crisps. I find it quite ironic especially in the context of my buzz today. The synchronicity here is at least interesting for me to contemplate, if not ironic.17/06/2017 #2 CityVP 🐝 Manjit#1 There is a category for classifying knowing, but acting differently - it is called risk taking, but I write this to underscore the nature of risk I have entertained here - and this morning I chose superficial risk. Risk is how human beings left the cave and created the urban and incredibly networked world we live in - but the lesson today in terms of physical intelligence is a self-reminder about appropriate risk. There is reckless risk which I don't engage in (like extreme sports) and then there is conservative risk, which is what most entrepreneurs actually engage - so the lesson of the sausage is also a lesson in reminding myself that our attitude to risk, then flows into other areas of our life where risk can be usefully applied.17/06/2017 #1 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBeeYou used your whole brain in writing this buzz my friend @CityVP 🐝 Manjit. It is quite an interesting read. I enjoyed reading "Even if I know what is being said has some home truth behind it, I remain edible irrational - in other words if it looks good enough to bite and swallow, I still do it". In the Cynefin framework we discuss the the known know, the known unknowns and the rest of them. Here you know and yous still eat the stuff. May be we need to add a new category to classify knowing, but acting differently.
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Hives mapped per Spectraneuron Release #54 - 12th August 2017