- Producer29/08/2016IMPOSSIBLE Never tell Me; "you could never do that" GOD has been waiting for enough ignorance to show the eyes of the many, through GOD anything is possible. No man ever taught PAUL about salvation. No man ever taught me, to paint #312 paintings...
- 02/06/2016Ambassador of yourself means you truly and trustfully represent yourself , with this in mind you can be an ambassador of what you know and. Love
- 28/07/2016The Diversity of Thinking buzz leads me to follow up on three more video's about the plant world. We can refer to this as plant intelligence, where intelligence does not become anthropomorphic i.e. I do not treat plants as human beings but as a distinct ecology I have yet to fully appreciate. @Ali Anani 's buzz https://www.bebee.com/producer/@ali-anani/disruption-of-thinking#c23 From this single buzz alone I have already found two distinct pathways for my own learning journey, plants via Ali Anani and Creativity via @Sara Jacobovici - in all that is 7 video's that emerge from this buzz - 1 about vibrations that is 1 hour long contained in Ali Anani's buzz and the 6 that I have personally earmarked for my own attention. Looks like i will not be watching movies with the family for a couple of days and that is the value of a learning journey, distinct from the normal course of our entertainment schedules. Look forward to watching these 3 Plant Docs's and 3 video's featuring Mr and Mrs Root-Bernstein.What Plants Talk About (Full Documentary) When we think about plants, we don't often associate a term like "behavior" with them, but experimental plant ecologist JC Cahill wants to change that. The...
Comments29/07/2016 #12 CityVP Manjit#11 Dear Dilma, the Brazilian contigent on BeBee is an impressive force, I can see from your buzz that some are already interacting with your buzz's. In my lexicon a "monkey" is a follower, whereas the plant or tree has a different kind of diversity and this is not a following like a bee but an observation. To observe means noticing, to follow is monkey see, monkey do a.k.a. reactive and/or conforming. I encourage @Augusto Santos to check your profile and buzz out - as Jiddu Krishnamurti said, "the observer is the observed".29/07/2016 #11 DILMA BALBI#9 Hi @CityVP Manjit.. thanks for stopping by. I'd also recognize me as "monkey jumping from tree to tree or a bee moving from flower to flower" (lol). I also have others posts here at be Bee .. if you have some extra time feel free to visit then. I apreciated your message and I'll follow you to learn more and more.. Have a nice weekend.29/07/2016 #9 CityVP Manjit#8 Hi Dilma I did check out your LinkedIn and even though I do not speak a lick of Portuguese or Spanish, I saw you had two postings there. The first about ZBB I have followed up on here https://www.bebee.com/content/695856/692658 as a part of my "Red Wisdom" and the second I have noted as a book you were interested in "Obvious Adams" by Robert Updegraff, which I also did not know about and discover is a classic in business circles, so much so it is now readily available for anyone to read at the Open Library https://openlibrary.org/books/OL7130468M/Obvious_Adams - I have noted it also for my own personal learning under my "Blue Wisdom" here https://www.bebee.com/content/695866/692670 What this means in the context of plants is that I would rather be a plant that finds its roots or a tree that finds its branches, than a monkey jumping from tree to tree or a bee moving from flower to flower - and the implications of that are immense. It means I have found an alternative to following - which is fractal learning. In such learning we find and make our own branches, while others establish and find their own. There is a limit to fractal learning which is that one must turn things off in order to focus on what has been found, otherwise it is merely following i.e. that social media world of monkey see, monkey do. Thanks Dilma for both of your linkedIn postings !!!29/07/2016 #3 CityVP Manjit#2 I have a couple of days of material to get through, such is the findings that emerged today - will be able to get to a response around Sunday : 28th Jul 2016 re: Milos Djukic Social Pyschology Links to Chaos Theory
28th Jul 2016 re: Milos Djukic How You Are Who You Are--in Chaos Theory
28th Jul 2016 re: Milos Djukic Dynamical Systems Theory (Proper name for Chaos Theory)
28th Jul 2016 Milos Djukic The Secret Human Qualities That Truly Matter
28th Jul 2016 Milos Djukic Chaos - Stanford Encylcopedia
28th Jul 2016 x Innovation Engine 6 of Creativity : Imagination & Habitat - Resources & Knowledge - Culture & Attitude
28th Jul 2016 Ali Anani sacred knowledge of vibration and the power of human emotions
28th Jul 2016 Re: Ali Anani BBC How Plants Communicate & Think - David Attenborough
28th Jul 2016 Re: Ali Anani BBC How Plants Communicate & Think
28th Jul 2016 Re: Ali Anani What Plants Talk About (Full Documentary)
28th Jul 2016 Re: Sara Jacobovici Robert Root-Bernstein talk about art as a way of knowing.
28th Jul 2016 Re: Sara Jacobovici Robert and Michele Root-Bernstein talk about "Art + Science = Innovation"
28th Jul 2016 Re: Sara Jacobovici Creativity - Michele and Robert Root-Bernstein28/07/2016 #1 CityVP ManjitAs per my comment in the buzz "Disruption of Thinking" the other two video's I have in my queue for this week are linked below. [" I have yet to watch the vibrations video but first I want to invoke this area about plants which gets very scant attention and deserves more of our focus. BBC docs produced How Plants Communicate and Think https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q-4w5xYLwiU and they also produced a documentary by David Attenborough https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L-3ve-BicfA ]"
- Producer28/07/2016Disruption of ThinkingFew scientific discoveries disrupt our thinking and turn it upside down. Not only these discoveries disrupt our thinking, but also our perspectives, attitudes and beliefs. One of the discoveries that prompted me to write this buzz is that plants...
Comments02/08/2016 #104 Cyndi wilkins#103 Exactly Praveen...That is most certainly why those poor plants looked as they did when I arrived...Their environment was in "discord"...Once it was cleaned up and given a fresh start, the vibration of that "space" shifted to that of being nurtured back to health;-) It all makes perfect sense in the large scheme of things...A perfect example of this is how crazy I get when my house is a mess! I don't normally "link bomb" other people's buzzes, (my apologies @Ali Anani)...I just thought it corresponded nicely with this one;-)02/08/2016 #102 Cyndi wilkins#90 #93 #94 #99 Thank you @Sara Jacobovici...Glad you liked it;-) It is my pleasure @Ali Anani...I cannot claim to understand any dialogue being exchanged, telepathically or otherwise, Praveen, but somehow I knew they understood me;-) I would love to hear more about your experience...I shared something a while back you may find interesting in terms of "vibration." Through my interest in the Ayurvedic systems approach to healing, it is believed that everything carries a particular vibration that corresponds to a certain frequency...Match the frequency that corresponds to our personal energetic system to create healthy cellular activity within the "whole" being...bringing us ever closer to a balanced state of health...Enjoy!
https://www.bebee.com/producer/@cyndi-wilkins/good-vibrations02/08/2016 #97 Praveen Raj Gullepalli#96 Perception-Imagination-Belief is the progression that is characteristic to the typical human condition. Imagination is a subjective phenomenon based on objective perception I would say dear @Ali Anani View more#96 Perception-Imagination-Belief is the progression that is characteristic to the typical human condition. Imagination is a subjective phenomenon based on objective perception I would say dear @Ali Anani. Beliefs are the outcome of the processes that take place in the inferential vortex. I am told there are those whose Imagination is so vigorous that they can turn this entire linear progression the other way (they reverse it) and start with Belief>Imagination>Perception...in other words they perceive that which they imagine through the sheer strength of their belief. Close02/08/2016 #96 Ali Anani#95 Dear @Praveen Raj Gullepalli- this quote from your comment is hugely invigorating "should withstand the sceptic knives of doubt and disbelief, and enable the curious to glimpse the world outside the window through new doors of perception! I love it, but have a question why did you say perception and not imagination, for example? I would love to hear from you02/08/2016 #95 Praveen Raj Gullepalli#94 Dear @Anees Zaidi, I would rather believe in it and live in harmony at least on the terrace sit out in their company for a wee bit now and then, than be inimical! I suspect some folks have the ability to explore vibrations among flora and fauna to such a fine extent that the language of resonance communicates the very essence of their being to each other. Somewhat like the RF phenomenon :) The hives of experiential learning and teaching on the beBee tree of knowledge and growth am sure, should withstand the sceptic knives of doubt and disbelief, and enable the curious to glimpse the world outside the window through new doors of perception!02/08/2016 #90 Praveen Raj Gullepalli#81 Cyndi, then you are THE one I can share something interesting i read a few years ago. :) Seriously. A Plant Whisperer. He could not only talk to plants, but could understand plants when they would talk back to him! He wrote a book on nature and his experiences...and how he could thus understand and help others benefit from the great healing properties of many plants. My better half buys a lot of potted plants...i telepathically communicate with them asking them to bloom and blossom ;) Tell ya what, it seems to be working! Shall share a page or two from it.02/08/2016 #87 CityVP Manjit#31 My Dear @Ali Anani my buzz is completed https://www.bebee.com/producer/@cityvp/thinking-our-disruption In writing this buzz I have one more follow up buzz on Disruption which I mention at the end of the one above, hopefully complete later today.
- Producer23/07/2016My name is 'Chinar' and I am a TreeMy name is ‘Chinar’ and I am a ‘Tree’.A native to Persia, Italy, Belgium, America and Greece, I was planted on a large scale across the length and breadth of the Kashmir Valley by fourth Mughal emperor Jahangir during his reign from 1605 to...
Comments26/07/2016 #58 Anees Zaidi#57 Dear @Praveen Raj Gullepalli another extremely beautiful and thoughtful composition. Amazing indeed. Many commentators showed interest about this paradise on earth and the ensuing conflict. You have marvellously described in your poem. Thanks for your fabulous contribution.26/07/2016 #57 Praveen Raj GullepalliSpectacular indeed, the land and the tree! Dear @Anees Zaidi, here are my thoughts, inspired by your words! About those that would take, out of selfishness, pride and prejudiced hate, that which is neither's property...the paradise on Earth that Kashmir is...
Take not that which belongs to
another; even if by own decree;
Find your own space under the sun,
and let them all just be!
Share what you need not,
and let the others be fed;
let not a single species on our planet,
go extinct or go dead.
This Earth belongs to no man,
but the wind, the creatures and the tree;
A Human is just a citizen,
meant to be footloose and fancy free!
Stake no claim over territory,
Let the world be without any measurable boundary;
The only things that divide us,
should be the hill, the dale, the glacier or the sea.25/07/2016 #56 Anees ZaidiDear @Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD your profound intetest for the buzz, for Kashmir and it's people and your reading each comment with brilliant responses is amazing. The Chinar Tree is overwhelmed with your love and affection. It is preparing itself to speak more on Kashmir valley, it's people, flora and fauna, magnificent landscapes covered with snow and it's sufferings as well. As Chinar speaks language of breeze it needs some time to make it understandable by us. Thanks for sharing and spreading Chinar breeze widely.24/07/2016 #47 Anees Zaidi#46 such a profound comment @Lada Prkic. I also wish the trees could speak and tell their sufferings as well at the hands of mankind. Thousand of trees are uprooted every all day around the word endangering even our own existence. As I mentioned in one of my comment below I am thinking on writing my next buzz on these lines. Thanks for your interest and time to read and comment.24/07/2016 #46 Lada PrkicI almost missed this post. Like @Sara Jacobovici said with her post title: “So many posts, so little time”.
What a lovely post, @Anees Zaidi, and a powerful message too. You gave a Cinar tree your voice, but just imagine if trees could talk, we would have heard such moving testimonies of the suffering of the nations throughout the history. Like Cinar trees in the Kashmir Valley that witnessed the deadly showings, and Olive trees in the Middle East could tell us tremendous stories about bloody history in this cradle of civilisation.
We would have heard similar stories all over the world, since the history of mankind is a history of conflicts.24/07/2016 #44 Anees Zaidi#43 Dear brother @Ali Anani I am very much here but holding my head with my both hands. I am crying for paucity of time seeking @Milos Djukic help on fractal and multi fractal time series and this amazing lady our freind @Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD has read each comment on my post and has herself commenting upon as well. Not only mine but I see her everywhere on beBee with same zeal. I must take lessons from her in private if still she has some time left. Amazing indeed!!24/07/2016 #42 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#21 Amen to the humanization of the globe, and questioning our role in being by-standers or activists. But I'm still not familiar with more insight on this, and I am feeling the beauty of Kashmir right now. My heart pleads to understand the tears, whether of joy or sadness. I am not afraid to know. #22 These are important issues for us all.#23 Worthy issue, so so worthy to understand different perspectives. #25 Your quotations keep my goosebumps going.#30 The rustling of the leaves echoes my wails in the wind. #32 #35 Don't the trees whisper in the shade, in the shadow of our dreams, "where all are one, and one is whole?" ~ Led Zeppelin, Stairway to Heaven: https://youtu.be/oW_7XBrDBAA ..."It makes me wonder." "The voices of the trees, and the voices of those who stand looking. And it makes me wonder...it really makes me wonder..."24/07/2016 #41 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#17 I would love to see a Buzz on Kashmir, with the song by Led Zeppelin alongside: https://youtu.be/ZDwotNLyz10 , my fav version. "Let the sun beat down upon my face..." Your Comment is so worthy of a Buzz, I just can't say it enough, kind sir. Please consider gracing us. #19 All the more reason to discuss it more. Love the open points of view, great for those of us not familiar with the history as you both are. Love it all! Teach us! I really want to understand more about Kashmir. Conflict occurs from the time we leave the womb to take our first breath... I am envisioning that the caterpillar cannot be stripped of her cocoon as she struggles to get out, or she will die. If a surgical procedure is performed to free her of the pain of squeezing out of the cocoon, her lungs will not be squeezed of their water, and her resulting spongy wet lungs will cause her to die from suffocation. This has to tie in. Take off with it! Enlighten! You draw me in...24/07/2016 #39 Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD#1 Sorry; just seeing this beautiful piece today, along with the accompanying goosebumps! #2 We all adore you and your humble nature so much, dear Dr. We hang on every word you say, and this dedication is yet another piece that goes down in the history of the mindfulness you create in us. What a grand teacher you are, to have a student inspired to excel in front of your eyes. Telepathy..yes, I believe in that. Pheromones, twin women having babies at precisely the same time...all these things are in the Great Mystery and Rhyme of life. #3 Ahh! "The Chinar Smile" indeed! I 2nd that motion! #5 I wish you could post a Buzz on that from your unique perspective...it would be folly for me (speaking for myself) to taint these works by reading them first! #7 seems to agree! #11 Yes, the best post, #12 embracing nature, parenting, changing of ourselves, and the beauty of each step. Much to behold, for certain, #35. Multidimensional writings led to multi-angular expressions, all beautifully valid. The piece has as much poetry in it as the Comments do, a true signature of a great writer.24/07/2016 #38 Anees Zaidi#35 Thank you @F.K (Koetloe) Ercan-Kocer for fabulous comment. I am happy you also have experienced the cool breeze under Cinar tree. You are right to call it old wise man/women. My Chinar tree has also spoken few wise words full of wisdom to end the story. Sharing of your Cinar experience is much appreciated.