- 21/06/2017@Milos Djukic, @Victoria Toumit~
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Comments17/06/2017 #5 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.super awesome music wow thanks for sharing!!!
Comments15/06/2017 #1 CityVP 🐝 ManjitVery mindfully written by Omad Safi. A great example of reflective thinking and who we are when we put forth our better angel. We are far more complex as human beings than what our best face is but if we can't see that face, then this veers us away from reflective thinking and into the mask of positive thinking. As reflective thinking I welcome the way Omad sees his world noting that this is his world. The world we see, that is our own choice to see, rather than as another mask such as found in personal brand thinking.
- 22/05/2017A long lecture, but worth watching (in my opinion!)The Extended Mind: Recent Experimental Evidence Google Tech Talks September 2, 2008 ABSTRACT We have been brought up to believe that the mind is located inside the head. But there are good reasons for...
Comments22/05/2017 #3 Tricia Mitchell#1 I do like him. @Deb 🐝 Helfrich I had the opportunity during a Q&A at one of his talks to ask him about my dogs (because of his telepathy study with dogs & cats). He'd not come across what I'd experienced, so couldn't offer a perspective (when Burt displayed the physical behaviour of a client after an online session). There's another video floating around my head, of an American lecturer or neuroscientist, predicting collective telepathy.... if I find it, I will share the link.
- Producer13/05/2017Synchronicity, Identity, Authenticity part 1This world is a curious place. I'm not referring to socio-economics, or politics, but the way things 'seem' to happen. The more pleasant happenings you may consider as being serendipitous. The happenings that leave me ruminating, only to serve as...
Comments13/05/2017 #11 Tricia Mitchell#10 Yes, yes, yes @Deb 🐝 Helfrich I get what you're saying about the analytical PS consultant, you creating your own reality through your thoughts and the interconnectedness of all things. I can't remember if it was here or elsewhere there was a discussion about every man and his dog describing their services as "intuitive..." whether referring to printing, consulting or psychic-led services. Great point about helping others to converse about topics that may not have been accessible or possible before. By giving ourselves permission, we also share or extend that permission to others. I love integrating business troubleshooting & strategy with clairvoyance & healing/mindset work.13/05/2017 #10 Deb 🐝 Helfrich#3 I'd say it is more the courageousness index of the readers that is at play. This is the precise area where we are forging new ground on beBee. Part of me is a very competent, analytical, precise payroll software consultant. The other part of me is in awe of the world I get to live in and the ways that I have experienced my thoughts becoming manifest many times in my life. And the ways I can affect other people, even thousands of miles away.
Here, I can be both. These parts can integrate and combine and help open up other people to feel open to conversing around topics that they might have felt weren't conducive to the cubicle worldview.
The power of human conversation is what catalyzes so much of what happens around us.13/05/2017 #8 Tricia Mitchell#6 Oh, twilight zone doesn't sound like much fun. I've had rather surreal happenings, and divinely driven ones. The main thing is that you are comfortable with them. It's when they're troubling that it causes issues. If they're close to your heart, I trust they are nurturing. Have a lovely evening @Chas ✌️ Wyatt13/05/2017 #5 Tricia Mitchell#4 Hi @Chas ✌️ Wyatt thanks for following and engaging with my post. When did you make the switch from coincidences to synchronicity? People used to say "That's spooky" or "You're spooky" and I'd laugh off the timing. I think we all have that psychic ability to know who's calling you before you even pick up (in the days before caller ID). When the coincidences were too frequent to be called coincidences, I looked for some other explanation. I appreciate you acknowledging your heartfelt, personal experiences of synchronicity. I also love your language'ing - we do, indeed, keep matters of the heart close to our chest. It's where we connect with others, and holds those treasures which are our values and desires. I wish you well.13/05/2017 #3 Tricia Mitchell#2 Thank you @Ian Weinberg for engaging with this rambling exploration of mine and for taking the time to read it. I appreciate your contribution and reference to Stephen Schwartz. When I feel courageous enough to share these types of posts there is low engagement - whether that is my intention subconsciously, or being in the process of becoming more skilled at engaging others when writing or a combination, who knows. What I do know is that I'm grateful to you.13/05/2017 #2 Ian WeinbergIndeed Tricia, we are ignorant of the greater dimensions of life and consciousness. But every now and then people experience events which have no valid conventional scientific explanation. However, many of these events have indeed been studied (see Stephan Schwartz) and verified. And for those who are free of limiting beliefs/biases, these events/occurrences serve as a reminder that there is a far greater dynamic that exists, beyond this time-mass-distance dimension that we perceive through our 5 senses. Thanks for sharing. I acknowledge your courage in this regard.
- ProducerThe Illusion of RealityWe are awakening to the reality that almost everything we thought we knew is an illusion. Our mistaken and misguided search for external power has created the fear and disengagement we experience as individuals and organizations. Existing social,...
- Producer12/05/2017A Tap Into GratitudeA mail to me this morning made me stop and smile and tap into gratitude with all my heart.It was from my reader and friend now over the years, who has been extremely supportive of my journey through the vision and verses.A share of kindness and...
Comments12/05/2017 #6 Deb 🐝 Helfrich"The trick is to be open
and allow it all in the flow"
So masterfully written, @Savvy Raj. Because it is a trick, a switch that must be flipped, to turn off the incessant self-obsessed chatter and tune in to the flow of all that surrounds us. But what a marvelous gift it is, when we relax into our supporting roles. The universe is the star of our life's production and we simply need to play our own part, being exactly who we are.12/05/2017 #5 Savvy RajA great gift of a compliment you have bestowed on me today @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee will treasure your words with a deeper measure of responsibility..
In @Harvey Lloyd's words I too sense the deprh of insights garnered in the keen observations of life and living . Thank you for sharing the sensing .12/05/2017 #3 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee@Harvey Lloydmade brilliants comments on my buzz of today. In his last comment Harvey wrote "I need not prove anything, but just enjoy the gift that my senses show me everyday". This is exactly why I selected the two lines from you buzz in my first comment" highlighting senses. You are a great human @Savvy Raj
Comments29/04/2017 #1 Deb 🐝 HelfrichVery thought-provoking share, Chas.
"This brain system of romantic love — and I do think it’s different from lust. I do think they’re very different brain systems. But romantic love evolved for that reason, to enable you to overlook everything in order to be with this human being. "
- Producer26/04/2017InspireA true story. Not for the faint-hearted!I’m sitting here alone in my consulting suite. My back is aching as well as my hands, after a grueling ten hour surgical list. On my screen is the MRI scan of a patient whose brain tumor was successfully...
Comments28/04/2017 #58 Tausif MundrawalaWe can aspire to inspire. Wow! I have been postponing reading this wonderful buzz by clicking to it but due to some work I couldn't finish it. Today I made it a point to finish it somehow or the other. You have proved that doctors are like angels for those who needs to undergo treatment on urgent basis. I was totally immersed in each and every word as the entire setting and situation sprang back to life the way it happened. The last paragraph of this buzz was motivational enough. You described very well the kinds of people who needs better care.
I am glad that I fulfilled the promise made to myself and thanks for sharing this fantastic buzz with us, @Ian Weinberg28/04/2017 #55 🐝 Fatima G. WilliamsA life changing read in many ways. In terms of people and the need to help others and ourselves. I did cry when I read how you met that 10 year old girl now a women cherishing the life you helped her to continue living. Doctors are in many ways God. A faith that can make or break us. "Aspire to inspire by walking the walk" a fantastic message to take away. Thank you @Ian Weinberg I see that you are a caring human, an outstanding surgeon and hope and pray for more surgeons like you out there. The world needs more doctors with the heart to give than just with the need to take as is the case in most places in the current medical world.
A standing ovation at your smartness and blessed heart. Thank you28/04/2017 #52 Tricia MitchellWow @Ian Weinberg what a beautiful piece you've written here and an amazing conclusion. My own path of auto-immune antibodies and lack of an answer from medics led me on a journey of discovery towards a biopsychosocial model of dis-ease via energy psychology practices (starting with Reiki & Emotional Freedom Techniques, to arrive at META-Health (a scientific framework, that has its foundations in German New Medicine, which details emotions & beliefs specific to organ tissues & the corresponding brain layer the organ tissue relays to) & mBraining coaching - the cardiac, enteric, cephalic, reproductive brains & ANS intelligence). I totally get the significant life event preceding dis-ease you write about that creates the bio-logical conflict. Different paths & expertise, yet the same illuminating conclusion. I believe my clients are my teachers & reflect what I need to learn/heal within me.Your work sounds absolutely fascinating. I mention META-Health as it may interest you. Here's Dr Anton Bader (he can read a brain scan and tell what the biological conflict is, which organ tissue & if it's active or resolved) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H5WR6RKrJKg28/04/2017 #51 Lisa 🐝 GallagherI was moved to tears reading this @Ian Weinberg. What a wonderful man and surgeon you are. I can't imagine the times you worked so hard and fate didn't want to cooperate. I'm sure those are the times you remember the most. How enlightening to read the story of the 10 year old who you met much later in life. I think your meeting was meant to be. I love how you ended your story, "And we can't control everything and fix things to conform to our own expectations. But one thing we can always do …. we can aspire to inspire!" I agree and honestly, this is something I've been working on. It comes easy at times and other times depending on what we are going through we need to be self aware. My husband is going through a tough time right now for various reasons. I have been trying hard to inspire him and pamper him because he needs it. I hope it helps. Inspiring story!28/04/2017 #48 Deb 🐝 HelfrichI have to reiterate the awe-inspiring accolades - this is such a well-crafted piece of writing. In each human life there is a time and place for the intricate processes and procedure that contemporary medicine excels in, as well as a time and a place to learn to use our thinking equipment to support our own best healing and life outcomes.
The highly skilled and exhaustively intense work that you perform, @Ian Weinberg, is so tremendously necessary in times of acute trauma, but even with coaching, it is up to the owner of the brain to decide how to regard this episode of their life. As gruelingly hard as those hours of surgery clearly were, your life-saving work is a tiny fraction of someone's life. If they don't cherish their own life and reinforce this belief with their consistent thought processes there is a risk that their body won't be able to fully heal if they cannot learn to live in a calm, relaxed, and grateful parasympathetic state.
The more we open up to just how much influence our thoughts have on the efficient functioning of our immune system, via the ways we stress ourselves with limiting and self-defeating thoughts, the more we can pair up the skills of medical interventions with the appropriate mindset needed to ensure our body can devote all required resources to healing during a crisis.
Bravo!28/04/2017 #47 AnonymousWoah, snarly isn't a common word and I used it in a festering thought in my brain and World yesterday... there is something here for me to learn, yes, and your scientific approach does wonders for ones reflective understanding. "It’s not about being driven to changing other people. It’s about applying those changes to yourself." Inspiring, you are, THANK YOU! *clapping*27/04/2017 #45 Jerry FletcherIan, I am in awe.
I thought, what would a brain surgeon write about. Now I know. I thought, what else intrigues a man poking inside of heads. Now I know. I thought, will there be a connection. Now, I know.
A brain surgeon can write about the troubles of the soul. A brain surgeon can be intrigued with how thoughts and beliefs can physically heal or maim. A brain surgeon can shed light on matters we seldom glimpse and find the words that can make them visible to the rest of us. Thank you.27/04/2017 #41 Aaron 🐝 SkogenWOW! Outstanding post @Ian Weinberg! I spent a bit of my time as a medic. I loved my time spent in that profession as the field of medicine has always intrigued me. I was one who, however, "preferred" a trauma call over a general medical. Preferred is the wrong word really, I hated to see people hurt, but as a Medic, trauma's were somewhat easier to manage for me anyway. Thankfully my regular partner was the opposite, as she preferred the general medical calls.
Anyway, this is a great story. You touch on a great point about recovery and dealing with injury in this piece Ian. I am often amazed at how attitude and our ability to manage emotions can impact our health and well-being. Your spot on, that's up to the individual to choose and not you. I went through an executive leadership coaching session recently with a small cohort and the phrase "Aspire to Inspire" was used by our coaches. The phrase is so applicable, regardless of our "field" of work.
Well done Sir, very well done!
- Producer25/04/2017A new day ... a new chance to reinventWhen everything seems normal and quiet we usually leave things as they are, of course it is comfortable to live and let everything go when you are doing very well. People tend to push the 'good' and escape the 'bad' in a kind of 'unconscious...
- Producer13/04/2017How To Find What Makes You Tick, And Make Sense Of It.Success is not the key to happiness; Happiness is the key to success. If you truly love who you are and what you stand for and can be completely satisfied with that, you will truly be happy and ultimately successful. I had the weirdest dream....
Comments24/04/2017 #15 🐝 Fatima G. Williams#12 @Chas ✌️ Wyatt I share your sentiments on this message and this quote fills my hearts with warmth "If one dream should fall and break into a thousand pieces, never be afraid to pick one of those pieces up and begin again." ~Flavia Weedn, "Flavia and the Dream Maker"."23/04/2017 #12 Chas ✌️ Wyatt@Paul Kearley🐝, thank you for sharing your dream with us and writing this. It is a timely message for me and one I needed to hear. "Dreams are the most curious asides and soliloquies of the soul. When a man recollects his dream, it is like meeting the ghost of himself. Dreams often surprise us into the strangest self-knowledge.... Dreaming is the truest confessional, and often the sharpest penance." ~Alexander Smith (1829–1867), "On Dreams and Dreaming".
"If one dream should fall and break into a thousand pieces, never be afraid to pick one of those pieces up and begin again." ~Flavia Weedn, "Flavia and the Dream Maker".23/04/2017 #11 Devesh 🐝 BhattUnfortunately
It’s a pretty sad thing to see someone with tremendous potential who is not using what they have been given
Is often used to quash potential and force fit people.
This is why i really like the mirror analogy. If only one could look at oneself rather than use this scale to gauge anyone around them.
Often i have seen people superimpose their own deep desires onto others and see a potential no one else sees.
Personally, i think i have the potential to do anything and everything, it is merely a matter of choice and patience.
I enjoy reading you. Thanks.14/04/2017 #10 Michele WilliamsThank you, Paul: "To really know yourself, you first have to be in touch with your passions and your desires. You must find out:
What unique gifts, talents and skills you have?
What specific life challenges you are facing and what impact they are having on you?
What do you stand for and why?
What motives or values run your life?
Where do you get your meaning and purpose?"13/04/2017 #4 Deb 🐝 HelfrichI feel this to be a very lucid dream, @Paul Kearley🐝, that gets to the heart of why so many people float through life, ungrounded in who they are.
As a contemporary, technological society we are taught in so many ways that who we are is the surface that others judge us by, and what 'they' say is all there is. But, of course, this is simply not the case. It takes some guts to listen to that steady, quiet, and contrarian voice within, but it is so tremendously worth the effort.
If we lived in a world where everyone could just be who they are, so many of the contentious dramas would evaporate because as soon as we celebrate our own essence, we have limitless energy to celebrate all who we come in contact with.
Having done quite a lot of excavation myself this year, I would like to add one, perhaps controversial, step. I found it imperative to find a new support team. It is a sort of crazy conundrum that to know ourselves accurately, we have to select trustworthy mirrors - in the form of coaches, mentors, and caring friends.
Because often why we don't know our own minds are subconscious limits that were created in early childhood, and it can be practically impossible to notice our go-to tendencies without being able to voice our internal biases. These helpful mirrors shouldn't try to give us any answers, but simply shine the light on the dark and twisty path of self-knowing, self-caring, self-loving, and self-creation of the life we are meant to live.
- 20/04/2017'Like A River' by Jahnavi Harrison - MUSIC VIDEO Like a River is the title track from the debut album of Jahnavi Harrison, 'Like a River to the Sea', released on July 24th 2015. The track features a...
- Producer11/04/2017The Beauty of LifeI’m writing this for anyone that feels like life just out to get them. The bruised and the beaten, as they say.Life is a funny thing, you know? You’re born into a world you have no knowledge about but slowly you are taught to live in a way that is...
Comments17/04/2017 #6 Deb 🐝 Helfrich"Happiness runs deeper than a series of fortunate events. Happiness is found from within the individual. "
There is a vein of gold within this stellar post, @Omar! (BTW, if you put the bee emoji at the end of your firstname, you can avoid the glitch where we cannot mention you when the bee is at the end of your last name)
And I cannot end this comment without another very deep quote:
"Do not let yourself get so caught up in society-created struggles that you forget what life is really like without human-made rules and regulations. "
So glad you made your way to beBee and you are sharing your wide open mind with us. I'll be looking out for lots more!
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Comments08/04/2017 #1 AnonymousThank you @Chas ✌️ Wyatt for sharing this very relevant article. " Loving yourself is not selfish, it is absolutely necessary ! We need to build a strong inner foundation to be able to face the outside world and life’s challenges and hardships: a foundation build from love." so true !
- Producer05/04/2017Magic of the Movements .Here is a true story As a Dance Educator and a Creative MovementTrainer using Ballroom and Latin dances to improve health and well-being through various Dance for Wellness programs, it has been an enriching experience watching the learners revel in...
Comments06/04/2017 #5 Savvy Raj#4 This is one of those moments when writing and sharing stories from our lives bring us a deep sense of connection... with our readers and ourselves in gratitude for the learnings. And there is that sense of magic through words.
This is an old story but to me, but sharing it evokes the same poignant feeling of fond memories of the people that are attached to it. Thank you @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee for your caring to share your thoughts here It is wonderful to know you enjoyed it. I see this as a great personal learning, sharing it here on Bebee. With both you and @Sara Jacobovici. having reflected on my writing skills and concurring. I am indeed truly honoured and motivated by your words to share more05/04/2017 #4 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBeeNever write a comment post a comment by @Sara Jacobovici because she reads my mind. I concur with Sara and I find that the talent of @Savvy Raj in writing stories is rare. I started to sketch the events and the tension build up and I find this buzz a great example of storytelling. March on Savvy.05/04/2017 #3 Savvy Raj#1 The joy of writing is only surpassed by the acceptance of what you wrote ... Robert Lucas
Thank you dear Sara for your sensing the story with me and caring to share this . It is interactions such as these that leave us touched beyond words in the circle of life and living and propels us to do more. Felt this story needs to be shared. And Thank you for your kind words
and keen observation of my skills in time.Truly an honour coming from a prolific person like you ..05/04/2017 #1 Sara JacoboviciBRAVO @Savvy Raj. Your story is wonderful on so many levels! First, you are a great storyteller. I was able to "follow every step" of emotion and learning. You are also a great teacher because you are a witness to your students' learning and experience. And you also learn from them; this is the most important sign of being a good teacher. You are also a very creative person; through dance, images, poetry, writing and storytelling. Finally, you have all the ingredients to be a successful business person; "Cultivate Patience. Dream selflessly. Positive things are waiting to unfold if only we continue to dream our unique dream and believe in it ! All you need is the strength of intention and the dreams realizes itself , just trust in the process! Do what you do with all your heart ! Like minded people will arrive somehow and help you actualize it !"
- Producer03/04/2017Subtlety of ConsciousnessThe mystic of the UniverseIs in the shaping of creationsSquares circle spheres....Countless dimensionsOf perspectives and proposistionsOf proclamations and possibilitiesOn the profoundness of potentialitiesDrawing from parallel to the...
Comments03/04/2017 #3 Savvy Raj#1 @ City VP Manjit To address your thoughts and words is itself being in a flow in conscious awareness as I too enjoy your unique sense of amalgamation interspersed in exemplerary associations.
Appreciate your words here in all humility in the spectrums of learning.
As well as in the hues and tones betwixt and beyond the white and gold learnings that one may at times get glimpses of in these states of awareness.
Sometimes a writer/ artist addresses a few thoughts in the flow only to see it deciphered by the reader which then opens up a gamut of potential possibilities in the learnings it is the learnings in these sharings that is crucial to our journey hare is to learn and to learn is to share.
You mention that
Spirituality is sensed in the words ...
As the farther and deeper we go attempting our own explorations in the free will into the dimensions in abstraction around and beyond us.... we find the path is only leading to the subtler consciousness in our being.
Thank you for envisioning along these paths in the lines you have highlighted from this poem and sharing your significant reflections.03/04/2017 #1 CityVP 🐝 ManjitSubtlety is a maturation that I have yet to touch. I can see it in the flow and formation of this poem because it contains a great subtlety of consciousness but I have much in personal development to bring me personally to this dimension. I can get there but it is harder work for me because it is not a natural part of my disposition - which it is in very highly developed spiritual people. We can cognitively improve ourselves, we can physically improve ourselves but this is an area of spiritual growth. That is what I gain from interacting with you because it reveals itself in your words and ways. Just because we can see this in someone does not necessarily mean we can be it ourselves - but I can see the span of growth that we can learn to inhabit over the wellness of time.
This significant spiritual dimension and depth reveals itself in lines like this :
Shapes and angles in the abstraction
Dots to lines in the interconnection
Lines to Dots in the simplification
Dots to the void of the core in the sublimation
The spiritual dimension here is the core of the human condition - where values and being resides, hence white learning.
This is a different thing than the social expression of spirituality which is a connection between people and hence gold learning.
As I develop in my white learning, I will find more accessibility in the gold learning - because spiritual development must be nurtured within first - and that subtlety of consciousness are what some have a natural affinity with and others like me must work hard to appreciate in the maturation that comes with time.
- Producer21/03/2017Put Your Head Deep in Your PocketIn my previous buzz I shared my inspiration of seeing a relationship between ice crystals and the shells of turtles. Soon afterwards Sara Jacobovici published a buzz and the image below. Sara wrote in her buzz "The picture of the fireworks...
Comments24/03/2017 #45 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#44 @Laura Mikolaitis- your comment is #44 and yet you bring fresh ideas and meaning to choices, pocket, decision-making and use of time. To make a decision is a choice and its timing is important. I enjoyed very much the idea of having our pockets full and the subsequence we get of our greatness. It is the time to realize eto humble ourselves so as not to cloud our choices. I may add here that these clouds aren't rainy and that they may not water new seeds of ideas.
I thank you for caring to write such a lovely comment.24/03/2017 #44 Laura MikolaitisExcellent post, @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee. The image of the sea turtle is particularly stunning and quite clearly is an excellent visual to help enhance the thoughts and ideas that you share in this article. Your point about toxic employees is well taken and is something that I have experienced during my career. But what stands out to me the most about this post is this: choice. Most of us are fortunate enough to have the ability to exercise the power of choice. From something as simple as deciding what to have for breakfast in the morning to something more intricate like making a life changing decision, we have the ability to choose. Good, bad or indifferent.
We all have pockets so your point about deciding whether or not to put our heads in clean pockets really resonates. Each day we find ourselves in a variety of environments and within that day are likely faced with varying degrees of challenges, people, and decisions to make. I believe that there will always be negative forces that will impede us if we choose to let them. But I also believe that we have the ability to discern between good choices and bad ones. Yet, I also realize that sometimes our pockets are full and that can cause us to feel overwhelmed and perhaps cloud our choices; which is why it is even more important to recognize the value of time and how we choose to expend it.24/03/2017 #43 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#42 I recall your post dear @Aaron 🐝 Skogen and it was a brilliant one besides introducing us. I value your comment greatly. I expanded on this buzz in my published buzz post to this one"
Put Your Head Deep in Your Pocket
https://www.bebee.com/producer/@ali-anani/put-your-head-deep-in-your-pocket24/03/2017 #42 Aaron 🐝 SkogenI enjoyed this thought provoking post @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee. It reminded me (in Spirit) of a post a wrote last year called "Find the Gift" https://www.bebee.com/producer/@aaron-skogen/find-the-gift. I say in spirit, because my theme was different, as I was dealing with the loss of a co worker, yet very similar in the cleansing of which you write. There is an inherent cleansing of our "pockets", mental, physical and spiritual, found in nature, we only need to seek it. The beauty is, its easy to find!23/03/2017 #41 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#40 This is your second comment on my buzzes today @Jean L. Serio CPC, CeMA and I am privileged indeed. Your comprehension of the buzz and your extractions of its main points are a resource of pleasure for me. Your comment stands out my friend.23/03/2017 #40 Jean L. Serio CPC, CeMA"Fertilizing ideas in unclean pockets simply doesn't work. When we set aside pockets of time to relax and kick the microbes out of the pockets we must ensure that we do this perfectly well" is excellent advice for us all, Ali. Plus I'm sure your comment " That is why I go to nature where I feel all negative ideas are poured out of my pockets and then the eggs of new ideas fill the clean pockets" resonates with many as well. It seems we are closer to nature than we realize. When we immerse ourselves in nature, it seemingly surrounds us providing the comforting atmosphere needed to encourage the release of emotional 'baggage' in order to regroup and stride forward. For me it's the beach. Thanks for another thoughtful share, Ali.23/03/2017 #39 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#38 Thank you so much dear @Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador for your comment is a bridge of different comments. You related the comments of @Sara Jacobovici, mine, @🐝 Fatima G. Williams and then @CityVP 🐝 Manjit wonderfully. You actually showed us the need for change and how to go about it by doing so.
Trust me I friend when I joke that I don't ever mean to belittle people or being rude. I mean it as a way to enlighten or infatuate the reader.23/03/2017 #38 Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador#22 Ali, I don't find your joke at all rude, and I, like Sara, am infatuated with your statement "Between choice and action there seems to exist a chasm. We need to be able to build a bridge to cross the gap or be able to fly over it. Else, find another choice or path."
Now thinking about Fatima's comment "How did the noise enter our pockets"? Is it because we allowed it to or were we too naive to see there was a problem? And if we were too naive to see it, can we recognize the fact we need to build a bridge, etc.? The dirty pocket can then become a pocket of despair with no hope of getting out.
This brings me to CityVP's comment "Correcting thoughtlessness is like trying to make a hole in water with our finger, but engaging in thinking, that is what we are doing here - these are our pockets and they contain our future. The dirt of the past is not where my hands are, they are not in my pockets, but navigating to pockets of change ahead and here."
Engaging in thinking is key but there are those that need to be empowered to process thoughts and see the need for change. Your comment " Yes, we humans tend to magnify risk and then avoid it more than with the profit." IMO, this is an example of what can lead someone to the dirty pocket unknowingly.22/03/2017 #36 CityVP 🐝 Manjit#32 Where is the pocket of thinking reside but in our brain, nervous system and psychic connection. Hives are simply catalysts of ore, it is our pockets of thinking that extract its gold - it is why honey attracts us in the first place - because we see it as golden. The pockets of thinking are that gold, hives are the ore that hold that gold, and affinity is our principal tool of extraction.22/03/2017 #35 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#34 If you only had written this comment dear @CityVP 🐝 Manjit before I responded to the very grand comment of @Sara Jacobovici just before your comment.
I am relieved. The surprising thing is while reading your comment the idea of pockets of thinking crossed my mind. You then surprised me by using it. I shouldn't be surprised because I know what value to expect from your comment.
Just a question crossed my mind- how do you compare or relate the idea of hives with pockets of thinking?22/03/2017 #34 CityVP 🐝 Manjit#30 What we still retain in our minds today will be in the digital pockets of tomorrow. The fundamental reality of our children's children is going to fundamentally change. We have all lived in the rear view window - that is not the immersive and extended life reality to come, in an immersive environment what we consider to be only internal will be external. The pockets that yesterday contained genetically modified corn will contend with pockets of ever increasing innovation and either we become someone's pocket of corn or we adjust to the virtual, spatial and synthetic pockets of tomorrow.
It is already happening but we are not present to it, because we think that the lineage of our past is the linear continuity of tomorrow. This is the transformation, it is why today we talking about fractals and butterfly effects - the pockets of thinking we engage here are a part of these pockets of change.
Correcting thoughtlessness is like trying to make a hole in water with our finger, but engaging in thinking, that is what we are doing here - these are our pockets and they contain our future. The dirt of the past is not where my hands are, they are not in my pockets, but navigating to pockets of change ahead and here.22/03/2017 #32 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#31 I shall be open with you publicly dear @Sara Jacobovici. I expected more hot discussions (not views) on my last two buzzes for I believe they took serious effort from me to write. This wasn't the case as desired. But then comes a comment that send me flying over the chasm and this comment just did this. For long times I have been considering writing a buzz titled "The Wave-Based Strategies" in which I introduce a new way of thinking strategically. The wrote the buzz draft months ago. Each day I find an idea or example that reinforces my confidence in this strategy. However; my main reward is the discussions that I expect because this is a truly two-way learning method. A comment of the depth of yours may finally convince me to publish this natured-based strategy. Thank you Sara for the uplifting.22/03/2017 #31 Sara Jacobovici#22 "Between choice and action there seems to exist a chasm. We need to be able to build a bridge to cross the gap or be able to fly over it. Else, find another choice or path." I haven't stopped thinking about this @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee View more#22 "Between choice and action there seems to exist a chasm. We need to be able to build a bridge to cross the gap or be able to fly over it. Else, find another choice or path." I haven't stopped thinking about this @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee since I read it. I have always referred to Viktor Frankl's quote, "Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom." Your quote, Dr. Ali, branches out in a way that deserves attention. Thank you. Close22/03/2017 #30 Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#29 You open many of discussions my dear @CityVP 🐝 Manjit. I keep saying the more we know, the more wwe find how much more we need to know. The human body is the least understood system. If I write a review on what foods were claimed medically to be harmful and then reverse of finding I shall be myself surprised. The gut-brain relationship is another exemplary example of what I mean. Emotions, stress and relaxation who can claim how they change our body chemistry. The brain which has hundred of thousand of molecules we only about 300 of them. We make new tools to probe the human body only to be more bewildered by its complexity. I am afraid the children of our children will find that they need to pass the same message to their grandchildren. WE are living systems with many hidden secrets for us to uncover. We complicate things further by what you wrote elegantly "Our way of life, our education, our social associations are all that of primitive beings no matter how advanced our knowledge is - we are products of a marketed, conditioned and ignorantly bounded beliefs, each living in siloed boundaries". We need to clean our pocket of thinking.22/03/2017 #29 CityVP 🐝 Manjit#23 We engage in lifestyle activities that first damage the microbes that were instrumental to the creation of life and then our life choices empower the harmful microbes that are alien to human wellness.
It is only in recent years that the medical community has been forced to come out of its individual silo's and connect brain and gut health, because of a few whole system minded health professionals have began pointing out a relationship between gut microbes and the brain. Even today the world of medicine has an inadequate understanding of the gut-brain relationship. http://www.nature.com/news/the-tantalizing-links-between-gut-microbes-and-the-brain-1.18557
Once we know that to be human is to be a living system, we change our relationship from a social and tribal one to an intelligent and integrated one. Our children's children will come to know that world - and recognize us as the primitives we really are - the one's that at least have began finding our way out of the industrial and medieval caves. Our way of life, our education, our social associations are all that of primitive beings no matter how advanced our knowledge is - we are products of a marketed, conditioned and ignorantly bounded beliefs, each living in siloed boundaries.
We think out of our own pockets instead of creating pockets of humanity - a humanity that understands our partner organisms within us that make us whole. What is the single biggest problem with healthcare in the United States but pockets full of money - not pockets of humanity connecting with other pockets of humanity.