- 28/08/2016Anyone interested in a scientific explanation of Consciousness with thoughts on superstring theory and the Unmanifested, this is a must watch!! This is a video that was shared with me from my beBee friend @Peter van Doorn - awesome stuff!Is Consciousness the Unified Field?, John Hagelin http://www.scienceandnonduality.com/ Progress in theoretical physics during the past decade has led to a progressively more unified understanding of the...
Comments28/08/2016 #9 CityVP Manjit#8 Yes, Cyndi, the power of editing we possess is even more profound when he learn the story of Jill Price https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SoxsMMV538U View more#8 Yes, Cyndi, the power of editing we possess is even more profound when he learn the story of Jill Price https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SoxsMMV538U For sure my favourite movie is Good Will Hunting but for all the upsides of remembering everything this movie too channels the human condition and now with the loss of Robin Williams even more ironic https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZQht2yOX9Js Close28/08/2016 #8 Cyndi wilkins#7 Thank yo so much for the links here CityVP Manjit...I like where this conversation is going, and I love Alan Watts...The possibilities as "Life as a Drama." Being that our lives are of our own doing...we are not victims of circumstance...However, we don't like to admit it because as humans we like to play the blame game of victimhood. It may very well be a cosmic masochism, but we wrote the play...Just remember this, we always have the power of editing;-)28/08/2016 #7 CityVP ManjitI managed to last 25 minutes before the bamboozling effect of the talk created an immediate need in me to find at least one antidote that I could flow into my own learning journey. Within 5 minutes I had found the antidote and it is a book written by Peter Woit called "Not Even Wrong" https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0465092756 If i am not good at science I must at least be good at intuition about science, and my intuitive sense (which is not scientific) finds immediate resonance in the work of Woit. For my learning journey it is not that I seek to keep an open mind, but if my open mind becomes mushier for being open. I would be incredibly interested in what @Gerald Hecht thinks about this because more often than not he expresses things in ways that move me from a state of personal mushy mind back to the freedom of open mind. I find Woit compelling enought as something that I want to include in my own learning journey (aka the premise of his book "Not Even Wrong" and that after being exposed to 25 minutes of this video and only 5 minutes of Woit. I got to Woit's book after finding this http://www.math.columbia.edu/~woit/wordpress/?p=1031 When it comes to the Upanishad and the Bhagavad Gita who of us have actually read those, and a compelling opinion of them is the kind I find in those who study the power of myth such as Joseph Campbell. I do however like being bamboozled by great art in that Salvador Dali way - and I entertain myth at the Alan Watts level of expression - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BdKiphL35j028/08/2016 #6 Cyndi wilkinsThank you for sharing this @Irene Hackett...I have only managed a partial viewing this morning but will certainly get though it in it's entirety ASAP! I love the reference to the Unified Field as a "percolating ocean of existence." And we, the energies or frequencies of vibration, are the effervescence of this universal ocean of intelligence;-)28/08/2016 #5 Yogesh SukalI am not theoritical expert on consciousness but, in my opinion Consciousness is self awareness with state of being singular with total focus on yourself staying on your own path.
I also would like to mention thought of poulo coelho 'people who interfere with somebody's legend will never realize their own personal legend'.
The conscious people can able to see the dreams and moves towards realizing them,
While in rest people there are the ones with power always tries to divert somebodies passion for their own benefits with the help blind people who can easily get manipulated with fake stories.
So the both manipulators and being manipulated ones can never see their own path becuase rather than focusing on themselves they choose to interfere.
For those who focus own themselves and have their 'The Dream', I have one philosophical theory this is how subconscious positivity plays the role. Check out the following post.
- Producer10/07/2016Why I decided to sell up everything to travel the world with my childWhen I announced that I was selling up everything I owned to travel the world with my 16-year-old son, people laughed at me. "You'll be back sooner than you know it" was a retort I heard often. But I was determined to live my dream and help my son...
Comments22/07/2016 #55 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#53 I wish you would join my Hive and tell us your life story, bit by bit. MEMOIR MADNESS UPDATE:
https://www.bebee.com/producer/@margaret-aranda/memoir-madness-update-july-20 View more#53 I wish you would join my Hive and tell us your life story, bit by bit. MEMOIR MADNESS UPDATE:
Age 1: https://www.bebee.com/producer/@margaret-aranda/age-1-a-baby-in-the-sky-for-father-s-day
Age 2: https://www.bebee.com/producer/@margaret-aranda/the-making-of-a-woman-intensivist-age-2
Age 3: https://www.bebee.com/producer/@margaret-aranda/age-3-in-the-blink-of-a-car Close12/07/2016 #49 Amour Setter#40 Thank you, Maja. Life is all about challenges, it's how you handle them that matters most. I think it's important to welcome change and not be afraid of stepping outside your comfort zone because that is always where true growth begins. You've got to feel the fear and do it anyway, lol ;)12/07/2016 #45 Jean L. Serio, CPC, CMCThanks Amour, for sharing such a personal story. I admire you for your determination to move forward in a way you knew, in your heart, was best for your son. It's a truly inspirational story we can all learn from.. And as Aaron Skogen states in his comment "Experience, is indeed, life's best school."12/07/2016 #44 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhDFantastic mothering! YOU knew what to do because you realized this was your one son, and your one life with him growing up for a fraction of his impressionable life. And you gave him all that you could give, no regrets. Hat's off to you, Mother! Hat's off to you!11/07/2016 #41 Pascal DerrienThat's one hell of a story but I should not be surprised you did it for your son providing your first name :-)
One thing only I can relate too is people telling you not to do it those types are everywhere a long time ago before the mobile phone era I left Paris to cross the Canada over a two months with limited cash at age 19 the number of people who tried to persuade me to do otherwise was impressive, I would get kill I would run out of money I did not know the country they heard so and so etc... I left and I had a ball I slept on beaches, sordid hostels etc,, but a few years later I crossed Eastern Europe when the wall fell and cross the US too morale is I don't really care what people say and YOU DID RIGHT
PS: I travelled thru your country and Mozambique too but that will be for another time
- 12/08/2016An important advancement in chemistry, material sciences and electronics coming out of UofT. Where are we going to go? Just imagine. ✌️University of Toronto chemists create vitamin-driven batterywww.utoronto.ca A team of University of Toronto chemists has created a battery that stores energy in a biologically-derived unit, paving the way for cheaper consumer electronics that are easier on the...
- 10/08/2016This is worthy of people's attention.Find Your Inner F*cking Peace With This Hilarious Guided Meditationthespiritscience.net The day-to-day grind can be stressful and sometimes when life gets too hectic, we just need to find a quiet place to relax... clear our minds... and find that INNER F*CKING PEACE. PROFANITY WARNING! Hope you enjoy this as much as we did! Thanks for...
- Producer05/08/2016The PR of AI: How Machine Learning Is Nothing to Be FearedMuch of our current understanding about Artificial Intelligence is informed by what we see in popular culture. Due to ignorance and popular cultural portrayals of A.I. and machine learning, many people fear machines that are capable of computing...
- Producer28/07/2016I'm all for free speech, but I do have an issue with dumb speech. LI content.PURE Dumbness posted on LI.....professional networking my a$$. And I feel silly for posting music. Go...
- 24/07/2016Be conscious. ✌️🐝Gaslighting: The Mind Game Everyone should Know About.www.elephantjournal.com The victim will have no idea what to do to please or satisfy their abuser, and will often try anything to win over their abuser...
- 24/07/2016👀 Worthy of awareness.Gaslighting - Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaen.m.wikipedia.org
- Producer20/07/2016Fractals ForeverBe BRAVE,provide something NEW and magnificent for the others,then the whole WORLD is yours.Love is the essence of time. The moment when we start to believe that we are influential is at the same time the final moment for our own rigorous...
Comments26/08/2016 #99 Lisa GallagherTime is a funny thing. Not in the sense of laughter. But with time, I feel we are given the opportunity to take a step back and see things more clearly. We are given the time to try and understand others better with even more compassion. We are given time to self reflect. We must love ourselves if we are to love another. Love can change with time but in my own experience it branches out in ways we never dreamed possible. Love can become so deep it's as if you become one with those you love just as deeply. Love is forgiving too. I married at a young age of 21. I'm using my own experience to share my thoughts. At some point, love comes without conditions or too many (if no) expectations. It's just evident. It's timeless. Like loving our children, we forgive them over and over and love them more and more as time continues. Then our children have children and the love pollinates. Love is magical.26/08/2016 #98 Sara Jacobovici#85 Thanks for the tag @Milos Djukic. Courage, or more accurately, to be brave is not considered enough when we are engaging in the potential of providing something new. I find this most profound. And of course as a time explorer (not necessarily traveller), experiencing love as the essence of time, again, is very profound and indeed moving. "Moving", maybe that's the connection; as long as we experience love, time flows properly, if we are stuck, then we need to look at what happened to the love. Thanks again Milos.
- 20/07/2016Check this out. 1-200 BC. Greco-Bhuddhist sculpture of Atlas. People, we are so behind. And, they were so far ahead. M
- Producer15/07/2016My Night Being Homeless I have continued to keep my word of not letting the media know the location where over 50 individuals have chosen to trade places with some of the homeless people in one of richest cities in America. I also did not conduct interviews this time...
Comments18/07/2016 #15 Brian McKenzie#11 @Dr. Allen Brown Here is a list of 57 Rural California Hospitals and Clinics that could also be of re-alignment possibilities> http://bit.ly/1MsKmYi View more#11 @Dr. Allen Brown Here is a list of 57 Rural California Hospitals and Clinics that could also be of re-alignment possibilities> http://bit.ly/1MsKmYi *(as ObamaCare steps into 'Nationalization - and it will - look for more failed and bankrupted health facilities. ) Close18/07/2016 #10 Erroll -EL- WarnerHomeless. Richest City. Card board and the out doors sleeping on metal side-walk grills. Around 11:00pm. Traffic begins to get slow. Peak hours start getting slow. Mass Transit in New York City start over night traffic schedules around 11:30pm. Mass transit in New York City is 24/7 - 365.18/07/2016 #8 Brian McKenzie@Dr. Allen Brown one of the biggest obstacles you will have is building the facility; permits, and community interaction. I would suggest you start with a facility that is already built, has been maintained, but is in all senses - abandoned. There are several military bases and prison facilities that lay dormant, vacant and a black hole of inactivity. Re-aligning one of those - could lower your initial upfront construction costs, lower your community opposition, and get you a secured location that is capable of helping homeless while still keeping the criminal riff and raff out. I would point to the Puget Sound region for examples of this. King Country Realigned Sand Point Naval Station to community development / outreach and low income housing. Further - they have McNeil Island correctional facility - that has been nearly vacant for almost a decade. All the best to you and your launch.15/07/2016 #4 Dale MastersWhen I was homeless, I was lucky. I had a car and a job. It was in the dead of winter, and I remember everyone saying it was a colder winter than usual. Each day I would alternate between eating and having a place to sleep inside. To this day, I don't remember where I slept (except for my times at friends' houses, at my uncle's, or on the service station office floor, all of which lasted three weeks), except that for ten weeks, I had no mailing address, and that during the days I ate, it was freezing inside that sleeping bag inside the car. Washing up with cold water from the station faucet was memorable, too.15/07/2016 #2 Deb Helfrich"We live in what is called the greatest country in the world. How can that be true and we have our men, women and children living on the streets? " This is the most urgent question that demands an answer, @Dr. Allen Brown. Thank you for once again putting your butt on the ground, as the most appropriate way to take a stand.
- 15/07/2016Humility In Chaos. On SoundCloud.Humility In Chaossoundcloud.com The delta between harmony and rhythm. Art: Prodromos Yusufidis. 1990s. Chalkida, Greece. Track List: 1. Stardust, 16 Bit Lolitas 2. Riptide, Ran Salman (Steyoyoke) 3. Where Did You (KatrinKa...
- With our ❤️ 🇬🇷🇬🇷🇬🇷🇬🇷 Greece will beat the USA on beBee.com. We will make 100k +HELLAS: Hives - beBeewww.bebee.com Join the HELLAS Hive and connect with bees with common interests. You can create communities on our affinity social network to share your...
- Late night vibes on SoundCloud by ATelier M. Sweet dreams by the sea in Greece.Quid Novi?soundcloud.com Track List: 1. Come To Me - Soul Button - Ran Salman Presents - Authentic Steyoyoke #005 2. Abomination - Sundre 3. Oil - Oliver Schories 4. In My Stride - Soul Button (feat Stee Downes) -...
- Producer12/07/2016I'm Looking for The BEST Content for Promotion via beBee's Twitter AccountsExceptional content should be promoted so more people can read it! Am I right? I've definitely read some amazing stories here on beBee Producer! I enjoy the wide variety of topics on beBee from real thought leaders that are living and breathing what...
Comments22/07/2016 #66 Renée CormierDoes Your Social Media Strategy Include a Sniff Test? @reneecormierpr https://www.bebee.com/producer/@renee-cormier/does-your-social-media-strategy-include-a-sniff-test View moreDoes Your Social Media Strategy Include a Sniff Test? @reneecormierpr https://www.bebee.com/producer/@renee-cormier/does-your-social-media-strategy-include-a-sniff-test #socialmedia #internetmarketing
Is Social Media Marketing Enough?@reneecormierpr https://www.bebee.com/producer/@renee-cormier/is-social-media-marketing-enough #socialmedia #marketing Close20/07/2016 #65 Zachary Ostin"Authority Always Wins! Why you need to stick to what you know." Zachary Ostin #beBee https://www.bebee.com/producer/@zachary-ostin/authority-always-wins-why-you-need-to-stick-to-what-you-know View more"Authority Always Wins! Why you need to stick to what you know." Zachary Ostin #beBee https://www.bebee.com/producer/@zachary-ostin/authority-always-wins-why-you-need-to-stick-to-what-you-know @rocket_jones2 Close18/07/2016 #62 Goran SvenssonAnd the link to the post: https://www.bebee.com/producer/@goran-svensson/use-live-chat-to-beat-the-competition17/07/2016 #60 John White, MBA#56 @debasish majumder: so far everyone who has posted here has had their buzz tweeted by @bebeeproducer. However, in general we look for posts that have high engagement. Also, we can't promote comtent that is offensive (I'm not seeing much of that though). I hope you will participate!17/07/2016 #59 Franci Eugenia HoffmanHere's a beBee dedicated buzz: I've Been beBeed https://twitter.com/riccikeeper #AffinityNetworking https://www.bebee.com/producer/@franci-hoffman/i-ve-been-bebeed17/07/2016 #58 Lisa Gallagher#56 Hi @debasish majumder, have you shared any of your poems or writings here yet? I would highly suggest to do so because @John White, MBA has been sharing at least one of 2 pieces people are posting and your writings are excellent!! Hope you share a few links here :))17/07/2016 #57 Emilia M. LudovinoThanks @John White, MBA for this great idea and opportunity. Wishing you all the best!
THE DARK SIDE of EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE @EmotionalEmilia #AffinityNetworking https://www.bebee.com/producer/@emilia-ludovino/the-dark-side-of-emotional-intelligence
CAN EVERYONE ENHANCE THEIR EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE? @EmotionalEmilia #AffinityNetworking https://www.bebee.com/producer/@emilia-ludovino/can-everyone-enhance-their-emotional-intelligence17/07/2016 #56 debasish majumdercontent is king in present context, it is true. at the same time, you are emperor, who will decide which content is best to share. lovely method to induce people to deliver their best! however, i am pretty confused, how will you judge, which one is best? it is interesting to see which one you consider as best. looking forward for your subsequent post where you will perhaps deliver new content like this, amusing indeed! thank for sharing such lovely post @John White, MBA16/07/2016 #53 Joel AndersonOk, so I keep seeing this one come up. Although I stand by my previous comment, I will merely submit two of my posts that are important to me.
The Power of 1: Let Go of Your Anger (LeGOYA). @kirbyandmb https://www.bebee.com/producer/@joel-anderson/the-power-of-1-let-go-of-your-anger-legoya View moreOk, so I keep seeing this one come up. Although I stand by my previous comment, I will merely submit two of my posts that are important to me.
The Power of 1: Let Go of Your Anger (LeGOYA). @kirbyandmb https://www.bebee.com/producer/@joel-anderson/the-power-of-1-let-go-of-your-anger-legoya #makeadifference
Daring Footsteps. @kirbyandmb https://www.bebee.com/producer/@joel-anderson/daring-footsteps #globalIInsight Close16/07/2016 #51 mohammed khalafI think that is pivotal point in the history of connection media , Whereas, referred to by future generations easily , Of course, in order to be able to understand and learn from this new way of using information, people had to be taught how to read and write, Even those who didn't pass the examination were able to benefit from their studies as they took on positions as teachers and managers of local projects, the pros and cons of every 'important'' decision, I reckon I must have been on her Somewhere in the back of my mind I felt easy about all of this ,thank you John White to that gift.16/07/2016 #50 Tracy DarchiniThank you for your consideration, John!
"Easy Fixes to Keep Your Professional Style Reflecting Your Modern Mindset" @tracydarchini #personalbranding https://www.bebee.com/producer/@tracy-darchini/easy-fixes-to-keep-your-professional-style-reflecting-your-modern-mindset View moreThank you for your consideration, John!
"Easy Fixes to Keep Your Professional Style Reflecting Your Modern Mindset" @tracydarchini #personalbranding https://www.bebee.com/producer/@tracy-darchini/easy-fixes-to-keep-your-professional-style-reflecting-your-modern-mindset
"The Cure for the Mid-Career Crisis" @tracydarchini #careers https://www.bebee.com/producer/@tracy-darchini/the-cure-for-the-mid-career-crisis Close15/07/2016 #48 Michael Dowling1- "Product Selling Is Dead"
https://www.bebee.com/producer/@michael-dowling/product-selling-is-dead View more1- "Product Selling Is Dead"
3 - @shiftwitz
4 - #sellvalue
1. "Digital Transformation: The Fracture Of LInes Of Business and IT
Thanks @John White, MBA! Close13/07/2016 #47 Kevin Pashuk@John White, MBA I hope you have a comfortable chair and a large mug of good coffee with all the reading you have ahead of you. I'm delighted that you have already shared some of my musings. Truly appreciated. You have a great selection of quality content to promote here on beBee.
Here's one for your consideration.
"The things you learn from those you love" @InvisiTech https://www.bebee.com/producer/@kevin-pashuk/the-things-you-learn-from-those-you-love #Mentors #Leadership
- 11/07/2016Checkpoint. Breathe.Alan Watts: It Starts Now (The Birth of Responsibility)consciouslifenews.com Things are not explained by the past. They’re explained by what happens now. That creates the past. And it begins here. That’s the birth of...
- 10/07/2016By Satya Nadella, CEO at Microsoft. "A.I. must be designed to assist humanity: As we build more autonomous machines, we need to respect human autonomy." - Satya NadellaThe Partnership of the Future - How humans and A.I. can work together to solve society's greatest challengeswww.linkedin.com Advanced machine learning, also known as artificial intelligence or just A.I., holds far greater promise than unsettling headlines about computers beating humans at games like Jeopardy!,...
- Producer29/06/2016ON TENURE, THE BIRTH OF SCIENTIFIC PSYCHOLOGY, AND ITS IMPENDING DOOM: “DEATH BY INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LITIGATION”In the 18th-century, serendipitous findings in the field of Astronomy (the details of which shall be omitted for brevity, as they are not the focal point of this essay) led the director of the Royal Observatory at Königsberg, Friedrich Wilhelm...
Comments23/07/2016 #49 Gerald Hecht#48 @Gert Scholtz yeah...it's taking (changing) shape...the product of two recent trips to my old "stomping grounds" in Philadelphia/South Jersey Shore...to play/sing with Liat, to visit family, old friends, see Paul McCartney and Bob Dylan...and take the kids on a historical tour of the actual birthplace of the American Revolution in Old Towne Philadelphia, and finally to take a little break from the love of senseless murder in Baton Rouge (the name itself refers to a blood smeared stake on a bluff above the Mississippi River planted by adjacent Native American Tribes as a "Turf Boundry Thingie" found by French Explorers...who promptly were relieved of it by Spain...for a while)...anyway during my two excursions...a chicken that had belonged to my great uncle had a position of prominence in a museum...so there are many elements to this story --which I want, nonetheless to use as few words as possible; this is a challenge!21/07/2016 #47 Gerald Hecht@Aaron Skogen thank you for sharing this; something new and true is brewing but it wouldn't finish properly...today. It features a chicken that was raised on my great uncle's farm, made a stop in the Guiness Book of World Records before playing a more serious geopolitical role...also Ben Franklin, Luigi Galvagni Alessandro Volta, and George Washington's "instant karma" after major screwups/poor management decisions during the French-Indian War...it' may or may not end up as a musical...it has rare photographs from several landmarks on the National Registry of Historical Locations...less math...except for some of the voltaic pile thingies and some "protoneurophysiology" experiments by Galvagni using Franklin's lighting rod...the critical numbers belong to the chicken and are simple (though heroic)20/07/2016 #44 Phil FriedmanTHIS IS A MUST READ POST by @Gerald Hecht. Although wacky and weird on the surface, it has genuine substance. I often say do not mistake obscurity of expression for depth of thought. But in Gerry's case, I have to revise that to do not mistake surface obscurity for lack of underlying meaning. My favorite weapon may end up to be a Cockler & Hecht.17/07/2016 #37 Joanna HofmanGerald, that is the intriguing buzz which really make me thing about the context of psychology in these days. Provoking buzz ... I like it and the way you introduced the topic with provoking conclusion.
You mentioned Wilhelm Wundt! Ha ! I was hit by his reflection : "We speak of virtue, honour, reason; but our thought does not translate any one of these concepts into a substance." --- Thanks for posted a such buzz.10/07/2016 #32 Rick DelmonicoPsychophysics and Just-Noticeable Difference https://www.cs.umd.edu/class/fall2012/cmsc828d/reportfiles/buntain4.pdf10/07/2016 #31 Rick Delmonicohttp://sonify.psych.gatech.edu/~walkerb/classes/perception/readings/Chaudhuri-CH1.pdf Principles of Perceptual Measurement Close10/07/2016 #28 John VaughanConceptually dense - and a bit academistical, but a great read, @Gerald Hecht. I'm a bit out of my depth on this one, but - in a somewhat-related vein ... https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/intellectual-capital-investment-john-vaughan
- Producer09/07/2016Eyes above the horizon. Greece is Great.Listen to the media these days. Brexit is all the talk. What happened Grexit? False perception? Maybe. And maybe not, you can argue either way these days all you want, but for the next couple of years, Britain has taken the spotlight. And what...
Comments10/07/2016 #4 Michael Angelo Icarus Yusufidis@Dean Owen Your perception is correct, but what you experienced and perceived via the media is a very small percentage of the population who are extremists, and that exists in every country or community, primarily led by older generations. The younger professional generations who hold the keys to the future are those whom I'm specifically paying attention to, and they've always been keen on getting down to some hard work. Now, the difference is that they are "creating" opportunities, and are actively focused on minimizing opportunity cost (or lost). Where there used to be a sense of entitlement, be absolutely sure we're now seeing a sense of "englightenment" instead, and that's great progress.10/07/2016 #2 Dean OwenI hope you are right. My perception was that Greeks felt a sense of entitlement, so when austerity measures were introduced, the nation rioted when what they should have been doing is swallowing the pill, and getting down to some hard work. We can't expect govt to miraculously heal an economy. The workforce has to be competitive. If what you write above is true, I am ever more hopeful. Go Greece (and my favourite little island of Hydra).