- Producer30/04/2017Winter to SpringSpring is in the air, the calendar said Spring came almost a month ago, however, many trees are bare, and winter still seems to be holding on. One of the things I learned in over time is that when you watch and observe very closely on a daily basis,...
- Producer30/04/2017To Have and To Hold - The Importance of DadEvery little girl, at some point, dreams of the man she will one day marry. To be honest, she's dreaming about the wedding itself, but to get there she will need to find a man willing to participate in the biggest event of her life.The majority of...
- Producer30/04/2017Unless proven wrong, they made the right decision.Recently I found myself sitting around a table that involved a "hardy and dramatic" discussion about a business decision that had to be made — In the end, the decision did not go the way I had hoped. Experience has shown me that the decision making...
- Producer30/04/2017The Rude Society: Are You Contributing?Something’s happening out there, and it’s not good. It’s at times surprising, other times obnoxious and, increasingly, downright scary.So what’s up?We’re getting ruder as a society. By “society” I’m referring to my fellow Canadians and our...
Comments30/04/2017 #4 Tausif MundrawalaWe should be emphatic enough to understand the feelings of a person at a receiving end. People sometimes try to enact scenes of revenge from movies but have we ever felt how does it feel like evolving oneself with our fellow human beings. I have come accross with people who loves to break rules and bully others. Folks engage in fight just to satiate their ego. A buzz worth reading and reflecting upon as it discusses serious issues.Thanks for sharing it with us @Jim Taggart30/04/2017 #1 Franci🐝Eugenia HoffmanYou are spot on with your very timely post, @Jim Taggart. I live in a suburb of Atlanta where the traffic is horrendous and road rage is quite prevalent. People are always in a hurry and have short fuses. I don't understand how people can just lose it to the point of harming another person. It's very concerning.
I used to be in customer service years ago which taught me a lot about patience. My employer, at that time, held training classes on how to handle disgruntled customers. The training was well worth the time spent.
I'm not one to go into a frenzy but I can be impatient. IMO, it doesn't pay to raise my blood pressure just because something isn't to my liking.
- Producer29/04/2017Complexity, Stress, Patterns, & Multi-Sensory AwarenessIf you have been following me, you will know I have been passionately doing my own study on the senses for quite some time and published, "Trust Your Senses" last year. Well to my excitement I recently found a BBC radio program "The Uncommon...
Comments30/04/2017 #23 Antoinette Capasso-BackdahlCould we actually have more senses outside the color spectrum that reaches our subconscious mind and our bodies? We are effected by waves we cannot see. At the quantum level these waves penetrate our cells. Our cells communicate to the rest of our body and our organs adjust its network of communications accordingly.30/04/2017 #22 🐝 Fatima G. WilliamsEver since I read your book "Trust your senses" my body is more aware and is able to understand my senses and what it is capable of.
We are living in a competitive world where all one thinks of is how to stand out of the competition. But as an individual reconnecting with my senses and actively listening to it. I am able to discern what's right and wrong. If we fine tune and develop our sensory multi-intelligence we will experience a work life balance and attain satisfaction of being.
My experiences are helping me explore this unknown territory and I am in awe.
Thank you @Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBeedeb for inviting us to re-think what our senses mean in daily life. I am still exploring and though we have many obstacles in doing the same I will keep trying ☺
Quoting your book "We are living in our heads, outside our visceral experience,
we disconnect from what creates our wellbeing" We need to connect with what creates our well-being which is nothing other than understanding and listening and satisfying our sensory needs.30/04/2017 #21 John RylanceWhat interests me is how we use our senses, and how we adapt to not having a core sense like blindness or deafness from birth or loss of a sense later life.
How many of us are in denial over our senses? We see people peering at print obviously needing glasses, pretending they heard what someone has said, when clearly they haven't. Do we often have an in balance of a sense of ego?
Finally no mention of the sense everyone is supposed to try and display common sense.
#Deb Lange thanks for stimulating my thought senses.30/04/2017 #15 Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBee#11 I t is like humans have become so intellectual we have forgotten the gifts we have - gifts that bring us great ease, joy, love - that do not require mass consumerism or power over others to be fulfilled. Ithere are so many people on so many different paths, i wish that the journeys we take do lead to a higher consciousness that enables us to care for self, other and nature in better ways than we do now.30/04/2017 #14 Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBeeYes I agree @Cyndi wilkins and many people do not sense they have inner conflict as many of us were taught to suppress and control
Our senses and feelings. It is like being awakened when we discover how we are containing our energy and seperate human ourselves from
Life. It is liberating when we learn to allow our energy to flow, and express ourselves with all our capacities in the ways that we have been so gracefully endowed. #1129/04/2017 #13 Sara JacoboviciExciting work @Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBee. Appreciated reading your buzz and the great discussion your work has inspired. We are sensory beings and as such take everything in through that system. For me, the awareness of it all is overwhelming. That is why "intense" is one of my favorite words. But as long as I am more in the "awe" of it all (see @Ian Weinberg's buzz, A personal contribution to the Mind Buzz), I am enjoying the ride.29/04/2017 #12 Tausif MundrawalaSince the day I experienced the unannounced event of the collapse of the rear part of our building it changed my course of life. I have gained a sense of sensing danger and acting upon the word of my inner voice. Watching it in movies and experiencing oneself is a totally different experience. There are events and setbacks which changes one's life to the core that the senses which are now known were unknown earlier. Thanks for this excellent buzz my friend,@Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBee29/04/2017 #11 Cyndi wilkins"If we developed a new model of human development from a quantum and multiple intelligence framework, what would that look like?"
This brings to my awareness the need to expand our view of consciousness by creating flexibility in our thoughts about evolution thus far. Our current understanding is inadequate as it has been taught to us from the perspective of the five sensory human in physical form. In order to survive, we must a be able to evolve by developing an awareness of consciousness beyond the physical form to bring us into alignment with the basic principles of the universe. By that I am referring to the energy of thought projection...We are, in effect, the result of our intentions.
In terms of spirit, rage and fear kills...It is the energy of love that saves us...Emotion is a necessary element to our survival...Even if one were to sacrifice his or her life with the intention of saving another. Such an individual is considered the most highly evolved among us. Our collective view of power as external is in need of change. Whatever perception is dominant within the collective creates the projection that plays out before us. As MULTI-sensory humans, we possess the ability to shift perceptions in accordance with the larger perspective...The Big Picture as it were.
Unfortunately, the reality we are seeing playing out in our world today is rooted in fear. It is now time for each of us to face and transcend our deepest fears by bringing our inner conflicts to resolution. In this way, we create a 'ripple effect' among the collective, serving as active participants in a massive collaborative effort to shift the consciousness of an entire species from that of anger and fear to embrace the healing energies of love. Together we can;-)29/04/2017 #6 Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBeeThanks @Ian Weinberg for sharing your medical knowledge in relation to the senses. This is greatly appreciated. I sense we are on the brink of many more different discoveries that will enable us to help ourselves in conversation with medical diagnostic for those who need such as interventions. #329/04/2017 #5 Ali Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBeeThe previous comments said almost all what I wanted @Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBee. I may add here tat humans fist develop their senses in the foetus and soon after birth. I believe it is the touch sense first and then the taste sense. I wonder if ther are up to 33 senses what would come next. We have here the "Senses Tree". NOt all people grow identically and I wonder if our senses aren't the same. We share the same senses, but we aren't the same. The bifurcation of senses! You wrote "...with a focus on tuning in and reading our multi-sensory intelligence. We are having some amazing results". Your approach is correct for the sensory system is a complex one and we need a wholistic thinking for any complex system. Very interesting buzz and sharing29/04/2017 #4 Ian Weinberg@Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBee Further to the questions you raise - Indeed I see great value in reducing the 'noise' of subjectivity insofar as the filtering of sensory information is concerned. Directing attention to the 'pure' sensed/perceived entity will contribute enormous value to re-building from the bottom, upwards. From this space, new experiences and more authentic subjective beliefs will inevitably evolve.
- Producer30/04/2017To Catch A FishFear of death resides in the abyss of our minds. We claw at its inevitability at some point in our lives. Immortality reigns in all of us then fades, leaving the clear knowledge that yes, we all die—shit, me included. We go through life with...
Comments30/04/2017 #8 Tausif MundrawalaMany of us go to fish in the pursuit of achieving something. Everyday sat around the window seat of train i hold a fishing pole i.e my newspaper to attain a power of knowledge. Though the quest is a never ending process it makes my heart to quell this thirst as and when I can. Joyce,my friend, please give regards to Tony and relay my message to never stop fishing. It's a feeling of delight to recall our experiences here on beBee with our friends and family. My family sometimes enquire about my different feelings evoked by different buzzes here and I heartily share my experiences with them. You are a prolific and artful story teller my friend, @Joyce 🐝 Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBee30/04/2017 #6 Joyce 🐝 Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBee#3 heheh. Thanks, Fatima. Just a little blurb to complete my Sunday morning, and something that's been buzzing around in my head for a few days now. This was a refreshing write regardless of the subject. It has diverted me from more serious matters and I am grateful.30/04/2017 #3 🐝 Fatima G. WilliamsYou are actually way to cool @Joyce 🐝 Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBee and to repeat Gert here you just caught a fish.
When we do things that satisfy us and all we want to do is provide and create the same satisfaction for other's around us we are fishing away to glory. Great buzz Keep buzzing 🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗 Keep fishing 🐋🐳🐬🐟🐠🐡🐋
- 30/04/2017Four Youtubers Perform "Something Just Like This" and it's Awesome - Lifesaysowww.lifesayso.com Something Just like This, became world's hit song from Coldplay and The Chainsmokers and these four youtubers @ProjectContinuum performance of this song is Awesome. Listen and...
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- Producer30/04/2017Confessions Of An Internet Junkie Trying To Kick The HabitEvery so often I have an epiphany. Each epiphany is brought on by a confluence of events in my life that impact on me in such a way as to cause a certain type turmoil in my brain.I used to fear this turmoil because when it first started happening I...
Comments30/04/2017 #4 Donna WoodJim, you are absolutely right, the internet is a gimmick to get people to join the lemming line. I post every day, because it is a challenge I presented to myself. Over the last two years, I've been lazy about writing in general. I'm almost done with the challenge. Also, since I stopped being a dick in the real world, I don't have a lot of friends left. Perhaps your epiphany has stated that I need to find new friends, but I don't care for dicks, and finding people who aren't dicks in the real world is getting harder and harder to do. I think it's an extension of the internet. I prefer to read dragon fire breath most days than not. I like truth. Have a great day!30/04/2017 #3 Phil FriedmanJim, perhaps the most troubling aspect is the use of Gamification techniques which award tokens of no intrinsic value as rewards for constantly posting not only articles, but comments, shares, and likes. Like the new "Queen Bee" label on beBee that will be awarded for "... beeing an extra busy buzzing bee" the idea behind Gamification is to produce a Dpamine dependence that drives a user to obsessive activity. What is even more chilling is that the technique is spoken of in social media management circles with unremorseful glee as a growth hack. Cheers!
- Producer30/04/2017Discovering The Magic Of MarrakechWhen one thinks of a ‘magical’ country, Morocco will be one of the first that will come to mind, with it’s vast deserts, high mountains, azure blue seas and cities with deliciously exotic names, Tangier, Fes, Casablanca and Meknes, but the grand...
- Producer29/04/2017Fear and the "Sense of Urgency"Image credit: thankful4forty.com The race today is between our having a “sense of urgency” and being “purpose driven”. Who will come out ahead? The answer for me is a no-brainer; “purpose driven”...
Comments30/04/2017 #24 Sara Jacobovici#21 Thanks @Deborah Levine for bringing up the impact this sense of urgency is having on the youth. This attitude of people doing something "as if their lives depend on it (which, in many cases, is true)", transmits the toxicity you describe. We definitely can not afford to overlook this important fact. Thanks again.30/04/2017 #21 Deborah LevineThank you @Sara Jacobovici for bringing the issue of urgency to the surface. The level of anxiety world-wide is increasing, along with that urgency. The effect is becoming toxic. My daughter, a child psychiatrist, sees the effect on our youth. Their increased rate of suicide is is alarming. We need to model a better lifestyle for the next generation than a constant "urgent" mode.30/04/2017 #20 Tausif MundrawalaAn excellent buzz worth reflecting upon. I agree with you that we need to pause and think what do we need to do in order to achieve something worth pursuing and with meaningful purpose. You, Sir Ali Anani and Ian Weinberg makes me to pause and reflecting upon carefully on the written buzzes. When I joined Kaivalydham to learn yoga I was an impatient teenager who wants everything instantly. But the power of pranayam and asanas built in me a required patience in order to lead life peacefully. I am grateful that you penned such an excellent buzz,@Sara Jacobovici30/04/2017 #19 Pascal Derrienwas thinking about busy v.s impactful when I was reading this.... have always told my teams I was worrying about them when they were telling me they were too busy....many senior guys scratched their heads with a what do you mean look in their eyes. Say jump I will say how high !!!30/04/2017 #16 Sara Jacobovici#12 Thank you very much for your generous words @Ali Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee. And thank you for the added value of your comment. I would like to highlight 2 things: "...having a purpose is a center point around which we should focus our actions." And, "In every chaotic system we have areas of order embedded in the "layers of chaos"/ Are the pause periods the orderly moments that we need to make in the layers of our chaotic lives?" Both concepts inspire me towards further exploration.30/04/2017 #15 Ali Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBeeI hope that @Sara Jacobovici wouldn't mind sharing here part of my message to her this morning.
I am sorry for the late, but "timely" response. A new paradox for you: being late and timely!
Late because I am. Timely- because it follows just reading and commenting on your buzz. This is your best ever. Truly, no other post has ever made me pause for so long before commenting and sharing. You are a deep thinker Sara. You are having some stormy periods in your mind that disrupt you, but then you pause to create some order. You are a living mind. I can't tell you how much I enjoyed your buzz.30/04/2017 #14 AnonymousYou are simply brilliant, my admired Sara, thank you for sharing this gem. I agree entirely, and as usual, like to go a little step further on such challenging posts.
In your line of thoughts "...pushes us to move at an increasingly faster pace; be the first, ...but the fastest." this society is based on the wrong concept of only two choices: loser or winner. The terrifying fear of not being a winner and becoming a looser instead makes us be blind to many other possibilities that are available, dignifying and very good enough we oversee just because of this wrong approach.
The mental exercise you are proposing (pause, instead of stop), is something I did some time ago, as this "race for time" was professionally driving me to jobs I did not like. This brought me where I am now, happy and satisfied with the life I have, full of purpose, but not the one the society made for me, but the one I have chosen for me. To do that, the component of this driven fear has to be taken out of the equation, above all, because this "sense of urgency" is a fallacy.
So I can say, due to personal experience, that your proposal works.30/04/2017 #12 Ali Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBeeI am so happy to have noticed this buzz because I didn't receive any notification. @Sara Jacobovici- you climbed to the top of the mountain with this precious buzz. It is deep, and makes me stop and pause before commenting. Is it better to be on the edge or near the middle point- the equilibrium. If we are loving bodies and open to our environments then we exchange energy and info and keep transforming accordingly. This means we are always on the edge if we are to be living humans. Yet; having a purpose is a center point around which around which we should focus our actions. We need to be on the edge and near the equilibrium point of purpose. The two options are mutually repulsive. Or, we have the uncertainty principle in operation.
In every chaotic system we have areas of order embedded in the "layers of chaos"/ Are the pause periods the orderly moments that we need to make in the layers of our chaotic lives?
You give so much to ponder on. I truly need to pause and think. This buss has influenced my brain more than you can imagine.
- Producer30/04/20173 reasons why you want to invest in gold jewelryWhilst silver jewelry has its own charm and fashion jewelry allows you to show your trendy side without spending a fortune, it is gold jewelry that you really want to invest in!We’ll explain to you why and what kind of jewelry is the best...
Comments30/04/2017 #2 Esther Ligthart#1 Thanks, Dean, for your comment :-) I appreciate it! The article is intended for those people that may be buying something as a gift or for themselves and wonder what is the best idea. The best idea is to buy something you really love wearing, but sometimes people need more pragmatic reasons and I have tried to give them exactly this. I have been in jewelry sales for some time and I love to translate all the questions and considerations people have, into blogs that, hopefully, can give some inspiration or solve a *problem*.
I do completely agree with your last sentence :-)30/04/2017 #1 Dean OwenI would say there is a distinct difference between second and vintage jewelry, but in the end, new jewelry as an investment is a bad idea, but vintage jewelry can be a great investment (provided you have an eye). For gold, better of buying physical gold, gold futures, or gold ETFs as you are not paying extra for design and marketing. Now might not be the best of times to invest in gold. And remember, not a lot of people know this but the price of gold is to some extent cyclical (with Indian wedding season). But in the end, we purchase jewelry for love...
- Producer29/04/2017The Ripples from Ideas PebblesI was in the process of writing this buzz with another direction till the disruptive thinker CityVP Manjit published a buzz. Reading Manjit's buzzes and comments are always like to cause a disturbing effect to the mind. Disturbance may lead to...
Comments30/04/2017 #28 Ali Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#27 Thanks @siraj shaik- The fourth dimension- the timespace dimension- is a wonderful idea to undertake. The capacity of a system as determined by a 3-dimensional place is the intriguing embedded idea in your comment. In fact, I am writing a buzz on same topic soon. You are a mind-reader my friend.30/04/2017 #27 siraj shaik#26 hope someone pick points to ponder from @Jeet Sarkar's comment. "Linear (two dimensional) and Spherical (three dimensional)".. and focusing on the valuable term "fractals" (high-lightened by @Milos Djukic) has something with time if that's taken as fourth dimension.. can it give ways in for some sort of disruptive results.30/04/2017 #26 Ali Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#21 @Jeet Sarkar- thank you and I enjoy the idea of spherical minds. Yes, we are mainly bodies of water and our bodies are the container. It is up to us what to feill these waters with. WE have many choices, and it is up to to decide what choices to make.30/04/2017 #22 Ali Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#18 @Sara Jacobovici- there are so many definitions of creativity. Your comment inspires me with a new one. This is from this part of your comment " reminds me of the issues related to the blood-brain barrier. One of the medical developments is that there are now medications that can pass through the blood-brain barrier".It is finding barriers and crossing them is the new definition. SO many examples are flowing in my mind or say I feel the ripples of ideas falling on the waters of my mind. Where is there a barrier there exists the opportunity for creative thinking. Thank you dear Sara for the inspiration.30/04/2017 #21 Jeet SarkarEverything we found creative is generally generated by spherical minded people in this virtual world! Because a linear line of thinking doesn't allow you to back at the origin point again to rethink the matter! 78% of water is present in our brain, a dielectric medium, i think this is one of the reason why our brain give rise to certain creative thinking! As we also know that our body constitutes around 76% of water but as compared to body brain is too small! Thank you sir @Ali Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee for sharing such a lovely post !29/04/2017 #20 Tausif MundrawalaI agree with you that all pebbles are not same neither the water where it can create a rippling effect. What you sow so shall you reap. Bacteria working in tandem with ideas worth reflecting upon would create productive results. I think the best example would be a meeting of business partners where a partner discusses an idea to take the business ahead where other partners keep their point forth. The partner who discussed this idea would get constructive feedback and the disruption causes to come up with an idea which would be more fruitful one.
Again a mind rippling idea to pen this buzz, Sir @Ali Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee29/04/2017 #19 Sara Jacobovici@Ali Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee, so many ripples, so many ideas! I can only grab onto one of them from my first reading of your buzz and that is the discussion of the parts and whole. You write, "Understanding the parts may not lead to the understanding of the whole." As synchronicity would have it, I had just finished commenting on @Ian Weinberg's buzz about having started to read Kurt Goldstein's The Organism, today. Goldstein writes that we can learn about parts from the whole but can never know the whole from looking at the parts.29/04/2017 #18 Sara Jacobovici#16 #17 This discussion gentlemen, @Ali Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee and @CityVP 🐝 Manjit, reminds me of the issues related to the blood-brain barrier. One of the medical developments is that there are now medications that can pass through the blood-brain barrier. This is considered an advancement because the field of medicine has decided that there are certain elements that the brain needs and were prevented from entering, and now they can. My naive question is, why were they prevented from passing into the brain in the first place. I haven't researched this enough to speak of the benefits (of which I am sure they do exist), I can only speak from the point of view of witnessing what effects this had had on my mom; so far, she doesn't seem to like the effects of what happens when she takes medication that crosses the blood-brain barrier.29/04/2017 #17 Ali Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#16 Thank you for your very informative comment and links @CityVP 🐝 Manjit. I recall once that I wrote that negative thinking is a kind of bacteria in our brains. Let me start with a quote "Microbial communities are found at many different sites on the human body, including nasal passages, oral cavities, skin, gastrointestinal tract, and urogenital tract. These commensal microbes shape the immune and metabolic status of the host and play important roles in human health and disease. The brain is one organ that has been assumed to be sterile in the healthy host, but this is probably not true – apparently we have bacteria in our brains"!
This is consistent with your comment. As for bacteria in the brain apparently there are. I personally have always wondered how our brains have 78% of their weight water and with no bacteria! Whether yes or no, we do have negative attitudes and thinking that do. One last point- bacteria whether present in the brain or not they still affect the digestive systems, which is in turn linked to the brain. We humans may send the wrong and harmful like-bacteria resulting from our senses to the brain. If we are hurt by our senses, which feed the brain, them indirectly we are hurting the brain.29/04/2017 #16 CityVP 🐝 ManjitIf we suggest that "we are what we eat" so let me start from this point :
What helps us with what what we eat are our gut bacteria. Now the one place I don't want bacteria to enter is my brain. Scientists don't know if brain bacteria is a good thing, at least those found in glia cells but generally it is not a good thing to have bacteria circumvent the brain's protective environment.
At the same time new evidence points to a much more complex relationship between the gut and the brain then previously assumed. Previous assumptions were based on medical practice that separated brain experts from gut experts. It is only in recent times that work has begun to bring these two groups of specialists together, and so their findings are tertiary and the field is nascent, but the change is significant, because it moves us towards an integrated view of health, rather than a division of specialisms that previously would not see the connection as relevant.
So it is that we now are open to new questions, whose answers are only now being tested and explored
As technologists map the human brain for the purposes of artificial intelligence, brain specialists are obtaining new information from the brain from partners that were not in the brain game before and that includes those in the artificial intelligence community and other medical practitioners such as gut experts. We know for now that there is a relationship between our neural pathways and how micrbiome can communicate with it, but the full ramifications of that are still being studied. It is autism research which propelled movement to a more holistic response to the gut-brain relationship.29/04/2017 #15 Ali Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#14 What amazes me @Joyce 🐝 Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBee is that some people use many terms such as viral marketing and then I read objections on same. Sometimes I find the presence of bodies in huge numbers are conduit indeed. See how trees communicate through the earth greatest web of algae. I am just searching for possibilities.29/04/2017 #11 Ali Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#10 Just a question out of the billion users of mobile phones how many understand the science behind it? The best theory is an applied one and the users are sometimes find better applications than the originator. I wonder even how some artists applied fractal design and paintings even before Mandelbrot and others knew any thing about fractals! Does knowledge spoil us sometimes? A worthy topic on its own @Harvey Lloyd
- Producer30/04/2017120 BlinksAs I write this, April is coming to a close. But wait, April just started. Heck, 2017 just started. How did that happen? The months fly by so fast, before we know it, it's been a year. Or 10. Or 19. Which just happens to be the number of years since...
Comments30/04/2017 #8 Sara JacoboviciSo grateful to @Ali Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee for bringing my attention to your buzz @Carla Taylor. Very powerful story and message. What is interesting is that the urgency in the Da Vinci quote relates to his message of doing; not just thinking or knowing but in the act of doing. It's an urgency that moves us. From this perspective it reinforces how today's sense of urgency is fear based, and that is what prevents us from moving forward. I am sincerely sorry for your loss. You honour your cousin Becky by writing your story. Wishing you strength during this difficult time.30/04/2017 #7 Ali Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#6 The beauty of great writing dear @@Julio Angel 🐝Lopez Lopez is that you feel the story is yours and comments are also yours. Thank you for your wonderful reply. All credit goes to @Carla Taylor who moved us with her beautiful writing. Her story is ours as well.30/04/2017 #5 Carla Taylor#1 @Ali Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee Wow, thank you so much! I so appreciate your response. These are the words that flowed out of me at 3 am on a late Saturday night after an incredible week of success and reflecting that I can no longer share it with Becky, who I was just beginning to know this time last year.30/04/2017 #4 Ali Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#2 Thank you @@Julio Angel 🐝Lopez Lopez and I am truly indeed happy to be connected with you.
This buzz is still overwhelming my mind. SInce reading the buzz I kept saying to myself "Becky parked her life in the park. This park should be turned into a public park filled with the flowers of the great memories of Becky and the ever-green trees of her standing memories.30/04/2017 #1 Ali Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBeeWhat originally made me pause to read this buzz is the mage cover. It reads "I have been impressed with the urgency of doing". Immediately the buzz of @Sara Jacobovici published few hours ago came to my mind because she discussed brilliantly the same urgency issue.
@Carla Taylor- you are a distinguished human and writer. This buzz is my first encounter with your mind and passion and I simply loved your buzz and the flow of your ideas. I am so sorry that you have lost your niece. You made me feel my hear burning with sorrow.
"Every minute we spend in fear or worrying is a minute we'll never have again"- your wisdom distilled in one great line.
- Producer28/08/2016A personal contribution to the Mind Buzz Introduction Contributors to the understanding of the concept of human consciousness represent a broad spectrum of individuals, each unique in their subjectivity. And while a diversity of subjectivity adds to the richness of the concept of...
Comments29/04/2017 #18 Tausif MundrawalaThe excellent part of your buzzes is to bring forth the medical terms in a simple language and after explaining the concept you present conclusions which seems as a great therapy to me. Which proves the fact that being a Neurosurgeon, you are an exceptional therapist. Only after diagnosing someone's problem we can come to a helpful conclusion. Your buzzes transports me to that world where you have always been an expert. I have to read and sometimes reread carefully in order to grasp the worthiness of your buzzes.
You are an excellent therapist and a great problem solver, @Ian Weinberg29/04/2017 #16 Sara JacoboviciI continue to find your posts "awesome" @Ian Weinberg. I appreciate how you are able to organize complex ideas in such a user friendly way. The only part that I need to go over a few more times before I am able to articulate what it is I am not quite in agreement with, is your definition of "Belief". I'd like to share a couple of things I came across today that I found interesting. One, (I paraphrase); Death is a fact, but how we deal with this fact is subjective. Two, I started reading Kurt Goldstein's The Organism and found Oliver Sacks forward very much in the spirit of the work I have read by you.29/04/2017 #9 Cyndi wilkins"Intrinsic neural activity is driven by sensory input, intrinsically stored information, the generated neuro-electric field as well as by probable resonance with other entities within the energy dimension."
"All of our thoughts are working together to create what we experience as our physical world; The thoughts that are dominant create the projection."
I believe it was Albert Einstein who said that...and he further stated that had he not come up with his theory of relativity, somebody else would have because it was an 'idea' whose time had come....Interesting....So whose idea was it??? His....Or a collective consciousness that he had managed to tap into as a result of his beliefs at the time...
“Everything is energy and that’s all there is to it…Match the frequency of the reality you want and you cannot help but create it; This is not philosophy, this is physics” I believe Albert was considered to be quite daft during his time...Perhaps because he was so far ahead of his 'Time.'
"The day science begins to study non-physical phenomena it will make more progress in one decade than in all of the previous centuries of its existence."
~Nikola Tesla29/04/2017 #8 Cyndi wilkins"The understanding of the concept of human consciousness represent a broad spectrum of individuals, each unique in their subjectivity...The inflexibility of some individuals to respect, consider and evaluate the authentic views of others on the subject, impedes the evolution towards a collective understanding of the concept."
@Ian Weinberg....I encounter these individuals every time I broach the subject of conscious memory existing beyond physical form...Most of these individuals are scientists or have very deep religious roots and seem to find it troublesome that the 'commoner' or 'lay person' could achieve a higher conscious state that has taken them years to 'physically cultivate' having gone through extraordinary lengths of study and practice within the 'physical realm.' I am told my concepts are not possible as they are not in accordance with what Sages of various disciplines have passed down to us through millenia.
To that end I am further informed that consciousness cannot exist without physical form and cannot do the things I have suggested...To that I would suggest we create within the landscape of our lives that which is accordance with OUR beliefs...NOT the beliefs of others...Their experiences are unique to their own version of the world as THEY know it...Our individual experiences are meant to serve as a guide through the evolutionary process of expanded awareness...and that means ALL of us...Certainly not just a chosen few.29/04/2017 #6 Yogesh SukalI read this article long back,
http://www.sciencealert.com/consciousness-could-be-a-result-of-entropy-say-researchers View moreI read this article long back,
And couldn't digest the thought of consciousness is being side effect from brain, it might have some effect to evolve it but not as source of its origin. Just like artificial intelligence can evolve itself but it has to be created.
And if it is side effect of brain, then I wonder how the living beings like jellyfish survive without brain and consciousness then.
@David B. Grinberg @Gerald Hecht @CityVP 🐝 Manjit thoughts?
Thank you so much for sharing this thoughtful buzz #1 Close03/12/2016 #3 Lisa 🐝 GallagherA lot of food for thought and thank you for explaining consciousness @Ian Weinberg. I agree couldn't agree more with this statement, "These include: gratitude for the experience of life and its blessings as emanating from the source files of creation; respect, sensitivity and empathy for others - since we all are connected in the timeless-spaceless zone; calmness and trust in acknowledging that we are small but unique components in an awesomely vast system" Sensitivity and empathy play a major role in many relationships whether they are personal or professional!03/12/2016 #2 Gert Scholtz@Ian Weinberg A super post on one of the big questions of life - what is consciousness? I find it fascinating that neuro-electrical activity takes place a few milliseconds before a conscious decision. Which may lead to another big question - the existence and extent of free will. Or as someone said: "My will is free but my won't is not". The emotional tags you refer to overlaps with what Antonio Damasio calls the somatic moment/memory. A thought provoking read - thanks Ian.
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Comments30/04/2017 #7 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher#6 Im afraid of surgeries too. For the last 4 weeks ive been working out 4-5 days a week but Im not seeing great results. I have concluded that I just need to embrace each day and not worry about my perception of me. Good for you @🐝 Fatima G. Williams View more#6 Im afraid of surgeries too. For the last 4 weeks ive been working out 4-5 days a week but Im not seeing great results. I have concluded that I just need to embrace each day and not worry about my perception of me. Good for you @🐝 Fatima G. Williams, beach bods without a care united! 😘✌🍸 Close30/04/2017 #4 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher#2 I have to agree Brian. I think men have the added pressure of looks to a certain degree too. Think of the 'hair transplant' commercials, viagra, 6 pack abs etc... so you're right, there are societal pressures on both men and women. I would like to say women are harder on themselves but I think men can be just as hard on themselves, they just don't share it out loud like we women do. Not all women are money driven and not all men are driven to women because of exterior beauty. Social Media and TV add so much more pressure though!30/04/2017 #3 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher#1 I thought she looked just fine before her surgery too @Gloria 🐝 🐾 💫 ☕ Ochoa. I didn't realize young gals are dying their hair to look older, that is funny in an odd way. Just when I think I have things partially figured out, they change again. I'm with you on the hair, that's one thing I'm not ready for... total gray! This will sound gross but when I see liposuction and how they jam that tube in and out it makes me weak at the knees which goes to your thought, the long term effects? At some point these women will have to accept that they are growing old and it may be a very rude awakening. I always tried to teach my daughter to focus on her strengths and and also great emphasis was put on how we treated others but there's no getting past the teen angst so many girls go through. I see the beauty of her personality shine now, which makes me happy!30/04/2017 #2 Brian McKenzieSociety places value of women on beauty and of men on money - when you hit the Wall / or go Bust - appropriately, society is done with you. Off to the next binge worthy widget for social fodder and entertainment. Live fast, die young, leave a beautiful corpse - it ever was such.30/04/2017 #1 AnonymousShe was (still is) pretty before all that surgery! We put too much emphasis on youth. Do I wish I looked younger or firmer or didnt have a few laugh lines? Yeah...I do sometimes. (eh hem...I get a little help from Loreal in the hair department--have you seen that kids are dying their hair gray, white, silver because they want to look older? Oh..that makes me laugh! ) I think it is all society making us feel bad about growing (hopefully) more wiser, more skilled and more empathetic to those that have not learned the lessons one acquires as they grow another year older. ;) I dont quite understand the shifting of "fat' from one spot to another like companies move departments around the office. Im sure in a few more years there will be medical health issues cropping up because of it. Love this post...we could chat so much on this one for sure.
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Comments30/04/2017 #7 Andy TadakamallaWith permission from Franci, here is my addition to her poem. How's that for a crowd sourced poem! :) Well two is not a crowd but 3 is company and 4 is a crowd.
Quilted clouds above
A thirsty earth begs for tears
Tears not from the silently weeping
Who are raped, gassed, beaten, unfed, suppressed
But tears that flow unbidden from
The grateful eyes of those who received love
Tears that flow from those who are overwhelmed
By the kindness of a few good souls
Tears that roll down to wash the feet of Mother Earth
For all the kindness and love that is bestowed between people on earth.
It is those tears that the Earth begs.29/04/2017 #4 Tausif MundrawalaThirsty earth beg for tears. I am still trying to escape from this beautiful words created by you. Your poem made me to visit this buzz once more. Exceptionally well written. So much was said in this brief beautiful poem.
Words are still ringing in my ears. You are an exceptional poet my friend, @Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman