- Producer11/12/2016Reading and writing with DyslexiaI have Dyslexia.Reading is not a joy for me. It tales huge amounts of focus,energy and time. It's why my writing looks the way it does. It's easier for someone with Dyslexia to read it. Large paragraphs make it difficult for a dyslexic mind to...
- Producer09/12/2016The Theory of Consciousness and Connected Gravity?I have a reputation for being direct in my buzzes. This is a definite departure as I venture into the unknown. In taking this trip into the unknown I need some assistance and welcome all who want to take a stab at seeing what we can discover working...
Comments10/12/2016 #21 Max🐝 J. Carter#20 Thank you @debasish majumder. It's something that has been on my mind off and on for a few years. I am really enjoing that there are others who share this passion and are joining in this discussion as I am hoping to make it a group effort to expand what I started here.
I am still absorbing @Ian Weinberg document he shared before I jump back into this and comment further.
So people don't have to dig, here it again.
http://www.pninet.com/articles/Oscillate(A)v2.pdf09/12/2016 #18 Steve BradyHi Max, I'm willing to follow the white rabbit! I have an acquaintance who trained as a theoretical physicist. He made an interesting rhetorical question/ statement to me once. "How does a star in one arm of a galaxy "know" what star in another arm of the same galaxy is doing?" I think your search beyond the Standard Model, boson relation to mass, and your fascinating allusion to the gyre, etc is well worth it.09/12/2016 #3 Chas ✌️ WyattI like @Kevin Baker's reply. We do not fully understand electricity, other than it is a form of energy and we use it. We do not understand the relationship between gravity and electro-magnetism, but, believe there is one. An Oak tree and an Ash tree take on different forms and aspects, but, they are both still trees.
- Producer07/12/2016The adventure is waiting for you to say WTF?If can’t say it, you can’t do it.I have often said that I can explain my life this way “I had an idea and said Fuck it why not?”It was inspired by this film that I saw when I was a teenager.Go back and listen to that dialog again.Joel, every now and...
- Producer06/12/2016Could the Theory of Relativity be wrong?This is probably the most famous formula in human history and it's assumptions are wrong. Here's why.Light is made of light particles which have mass which means they are in fact effected by the strongest form of connected gravity. This means it is...
- Producer05/12/2016Be you and if they can’t hang...Conformity is death. Here’s why.Conformity kills the idea of the individual.Conformity kills creativity.Conformity kills growth.The gift of free will is the gift to be an individual or why would we look different. It’s in our design to be similar...
- Producer04/12/2016Talking with Max Carter: What does a Shaman Do?We all know the definition of insanity is to continue doing what we are doing, expecting different results. We nod our heads when we read listicles about the keys to change, and then scroll onward. But when was the last time you decided to have a...
Comments06/12/2016 #24 Deb 🐝 Helfrich#21 #22 Thanks for adding a couple crucial points, @Praveen Raj Gullepalli. Any honest human being who can be vulnerable to their own complete awareness knows that they have experienced at least one thing in their life for which they have no rational explanation. The absolute truth of being in love, for example.
It is puerile and divisive for a member of this community to invoke their ambassadorship while they ridicule something that makes them uncomfortable.06/12/2016 #20 Deb 🐝 Helfrich#14 Skepticism is a truly beneficial approach in our human toolkit, @Lisa Gallagher. Having the ability to discern the rightness, truth, or slight possibility of a new idea or experience is crucial to our survival. But being skeptical does not mean waging a disinformation campaign against everything we don't understand.
And part of the true worth of the internet is that we can learn about ideas, ways of life, and experiences that were out of our reach when we couldn't meet people from around the globe.
The ironic thing is, healthcare is a good example of where we believe in things 100% but the actual underlying statistics show a much less clear reality. For example, "Medical errors rank behind heart disease and cancer as the third leading cause of death in the U.S., Johns Hopkins researchers say." http://www.bmj.com/content/353/bmj.i2139
If people were more likely to employ skepticism that number might not be quite so high.
But real skepticism entails listening fully to the opposing point of view, or the risks of the medical treatment, and then making an informed decision.05/12/2016 #19 Deb 🐝 Helfrich#13 You pretty much honed in on exactly why I wanted to talk to @Max🐝 J. Carter and then share a bit about what I learned and experienced"
"It's inconvenient and takes courage, but a necessary requirement" to sometimes "rock us out of our subjective, judgmental comfort zones"
You are much more aware than most. @Ian Weinberg, that we are primarily a bunch of 5-year-olds when it comes to beliefs. We downloaded what was said in our immediate environment a decade before our analytical mind started to develop. And because we got those beliefs from people we loved and trusted implicitly, it feels a little shameful and invokes a lot of fear when we are confronted with a word like shaman that simply never came up in our conventional, middle-class, pre-internet worlds.
But as an adult, a little more knowledge is never something to fear. We are now in full control of accepting or rejecting parts or the whole of something that, once we understand it, does or does not mesh with what we think, believe and experience.05/12/2016 #18 Deb 🐝 Helfrich#12 Thanks for adding that point, @Ken Boddie because many of us North Americans forget that we are rather late to the party on some things and that there are some long traditions in the East that must be respected as they were helping people centuries before the printing press, let alone the peer-reviewed double-blind trial.
One thing that has been validated extensively by pharma dollars is the placebo effect. When it comes to healing, and most certainly to simple life changes, deciding that the pill will work or that the conversation was beneficial can be a major factor in allowing us to let go of worry, because we have taken action. That shift from constant worry, to trusting the pill, the needle, or the healing professional does release us from being in a sympathetic state where our body is constantly alert and not dedicating resources to repair. Chronic anxiety and fear is one of the reasons that modern life is full of chronic disease. We don't give our body the calm, easeful state it needs to take care of growth and healing.05/12/2016 #17 Max🐝 J. Carter#16 There are a lot of physical talkers in the world and it helps in moving energy while speaking as much as it enhances communication and @Deb 🐝 Helfrich moves a lot of energy when she speaks that assists her in maintaining her focus and finding the abstract pieces for linear communication.
This is what allows her to be so insight filled.
Allowing the abstract field to give her what she needs to find the individual expression that often produces wise insights as we have all witnessed many times.05/12/2016 #16 Deb 🐝 Helfrich#10 Another light-bulb moment, @Deb Lange. Because I find it to be true that every sense we add as part of a conversation makes us feel we are understood at a deeper level. Typing back and forth in posts and comments can create real relationships. But then get on the phone, and the experience is richer. Have a video call and even more sensory information is conveyed back and forth. Sitting across a meal creates a very rich connection.
"Transformation is visceral." Analytical lists, rigid belief in what is measurable, keeps us in our language-based ego when what we need is to feel. As individuals we have to relearn how to trust what our body feels.
As @Max🐝 J. Carter can testify, I like to move quite a lot when I talk. I even do it when typing comments. I can often catch myself making a movement that either reinforces my point or adds a further level of meaning to what I am saying.
I am sincerely looking forward to your videos, as your book has been a source of great companionship. I feel quite young at heart in the way I enjoy sometimes just looking at the pictures, other times going back to a section that draws me to re-read it.05/12/2016 #15 Mohammed Sultan@ Deb Helfrich .Thanks for your insightful post.I wish any shaman or sheikh (in may religion) can use his special power to cure many of the business diseases that we can't discover by the scientific methods of market research or give us an accurate interpretation why 85% of our young start ups die at the second year of their birth.I hope they can tell why people resist our innovations although they are acceptable and desirable or they can use their good spirits to change the current outdated selection criteria of HR to give young people more hope of getting fair job opportunity.Some people may also resist what I am saying stressing that life is not at all about business only.I fully agree,everybody can be a shaman or sheikh for herself because she receives the same light from the same source.Everyone has her own light that can help see life pitfalls or bumpy roads. Everyone has her own light enough for her own journey .Don't look for the light in the side of darkness ,and when you feel that your light is dim recharge your batteries or keep plugged.As we suffer from myths that may kill our businesses,one of our myths in life is to resort to shamans or sheikhs who can use ,as they claim,magic to discover the the cause of illness and bad luck.The real comfort and good feeling are achieved when we resort to the main and the only source of light to provide us with enough light for our long paths.05/12/2016 #14 Lisa GallagherInteresting read @Deb 🐝 Helfrich. I always wondered why @Max🐝 J. Carter had the title Shaman, this helps me to understand. I'm not opposed to a holistic approach but there will always be the skeptic in me because of my healthcare background. My comment about being a skeptic is not in relation to what Max does personally, it's a general comment. I'm glad you've had a great outcome with your sessions along with a few revelations! Thanks for enlightening us!05/12/2016 #13 Ian WeinbergWe need the Max Carters of the world to rock us out of our subjective, judgmental comfort zones and confront truth (a relative term) and a greater authenticity. It's inconvenient and takes courage, but a necessary requirement for positive evolution of the individual and the greater collective.05/12/2016 #12 Ken BoddieThank you, Deb, for an illuminating and insightful post. Personally I am still locked in between the western need for scientific proof and the eastern acceptance of beneficiary awareness. I'm glad you have been able to unlock your cultural bias and perhaps initial scepticism to your benefit.05/12/2016 #10 Deb Lange@Deb 🐝 Helfrich - how awesome that you trusted what you were sensing and had a session with @Max Carter - it is a very different way of working being with someone and being present to the energy in the container and within each person. Every talks ABOUT Transformation, few actually experience it or co-create it for themselves and for others. Transformation is visceral. Something that is felt, it changes our perception and way we experience our world, it changes something inside ourselves. I believe this is the shift we need. With all the information in the world, being passed around, it does not necessarily result in change. I have been musing about posting via the video app, in this way at least experience can energy across the internet and connect, or not just through words but through energy, tone, movement, gesture, imagery etc. I encourage people to experience the world "through" our body. It is a very different experience to thinking about the world. It includes an integration of thinking, sensing, feeling, noticing, moving, breathing as an organic being.05/12/2016 #9 Deb 🐝 Helfrich#8 'love and acceptance of living things the way they are, rather than the way we think they should be' So much said there, @Cyndi wilkins. We have these big brains, with complex reasoning skills, and we can really hurt ourselves and the people we try to love with our schemes and dreams and "clinging to our desires."
I won't lie, it hurts to let go. And it certainly isn't a one time thing, I built some really strong neural pathways around a few dimensions of my life. But I am feeling some ease return to relatively mindless tasks and those faltering first steps into a new knowing.
And, in essence, while Stella wanted her groove, Deb wanted her knowing back.05/12/2016 #8 Cyndi wilkinsLearning to actually let go of everything is a lesson in the purest form of love and acceptance of living things the way they are, rather than the way we think they should be. It's going with the flow, rather than clinging to our desires...It is life's way of teaching us humility and grace...And trusting that mother nature always has our best interests at heart...even when we resist her, she loves us anyway...A heart that loves is always torn...and we all need love...especially for oneself. I am finally getting there, and sounds like you have arrived too Deb Helfrich...What a long, strange trip it's been;-)05/12/2016 #7 Deb 🐝 Helfrich#6 I appreciate the comment and shares, @Franci🐝 Eugenia Hoffman. I believe that if we don't learn something new from everyone we interact with, then we are not asking the right questions.
While Max can come across as abrasive in writing, he is quite a good listener, who truly intends to be helpful to the people he works with. He met me at where I was in regards to being outside of mainstream religion and only a moderate fan of rock and I am certain he would work with everyone at the place where they found themselves.
Being very militant when it comes to conveying information doesn't necessarily mean that someone communicates like that in a conversation, and because I could see the person behind some of his stronger positions, I listened to my curiosity and was glad I reached out to have a session with him.
- ProducerNo really what's an Empath? Evolution, aliens, or is God to blame?Currently around 10% of the world’s population classifies as Empath.With a population of over 7 billion that's over 700 million.That's 1 out of every 10 people.That's 10% of the population who can take on your emotions as their own.That's 1 out of...
Comments05/12/2016 #11 Deb LangeI totally agree with this Max "I find that this shift we are going through is about acknowledging that both feminine and masculine energies reside in each of us and unifying those energies and being less concerned with gender and embracing we are all human and equal in that is the the very concept that will be of the greatest assistance in restoring the balance of all things to this world."05/12/2016 #9 Max🐝 J. Carter#7 I live in the spiritual abstract as a Medium. It's what allows me to relate to anyone regardless their spiritual path and I find that not only rewarding but also energizing.
It's this abstract spiritual view that allowed me to write the following buzzes.
https://www.bebee.com/producer/@max-carter/how-to-create-a-religion05/12/2016 #6 Max🐝 J. Carter#4 Thank you @Deb Lange That acceptance is slow going as I find myself and others still on the other end of ridicule or even worse misdiagnosis by mental health professionals and treatments such as electro shock therapy as if there is something wrong with them.
I disagree as I live in the abstract and it often linear thinking that leaves me drained.
The abstract is where we find possibility and it is in setting better parameters for exploring the abstract that it becomes more productive.
I find that it is in understanding the difference between healthy and unhealthy behavior that allows us to transcend such subjective terms as morals and ethics as what is moral and ethical to one is vile to another depending on point of view and I prefer to keep it to understanding the psychological and emotional impact that is what we should be using to better determine right action in the moment with out using generalities applied unilaterally which is what led to Psychospirilosophy the view I use.
Understand psychologically speaking why you do what you do.
Have something spiritual in your life.
We all create our personal philosophies that is the talk we are trying to walk less we be a hypocrite in living.05/12/2016 #5 Max🐝 J. Carter#3 @Deb Lange I find that this shift we are going through is about acknowledging that both feminine and masculine energies reside in each of us and unifying those energies and being less concerned with gender and embracing we are all human and equal in that is the the very concept that will be of the greatest assistance in restoring the balance of all things to this world.
For me I stopped with Aristotle after i read "To know thyself is the beginning of all wisdom" and I am unfamiliar with the things you brought up and find them sexist beyond sexist as I think any understanding human would.
I find wisdom can flow from and through any regardless of gender and no gender holds supremacy and I feel this this war between the sexes is what has done a lot of damage to a lot of people both men and women.
It's in letting go of the past that we can embrace the present and make changes for what will be and those changes are often in ourselves so that we can be the example of the change we would like to see in the world and for me that is total equality.
I do agree we do need to embrace the reality of interdependence in life as it is a shared reality created by all and all share the responsibility for what is now and making it better for the sum.
I get into greater detail on this issue myself in this Buzz I posted a while back .
https://www.bebee.com/producer/@max-carter/independent-in-thought-interdependent-in-reality05/12/2016 #4 Deb LangeIt is great that Empaths are coming out of the closet and being respected today. This is the era of a renewed connection with our whole embodied selves. I also believe that the more we develop the technology, the more there is the need for the reconnection with ourselves, each other and nature as that is where we find sustenance. Abstract thinking and technology can leave us empty, drained, bereft and empty. But when we can connect with our whole selves we can use technology for good purpose. I also believe this connection is needed to keep connecting to ethics, morals and respectful care of self, other and nature.05/12/2016 #3 Deb LangeYes and Max Carter what if we all have these capacities to different degrees, just like someone is born with more musical talent than the next person, or with a deeper connection to dance, or with art etc? What if since Aristotle, when he declared supremacy over women nd nature and held the rational as God, we have been living disconnected from our whole selves and nature? We have turned down our sensitivities to the qualities you mention above. Aristotle declared women sub-human as females were not males, and as they menstruate, he declared the body foul. We have become more and more disconnected to our bodies and nature over centuries. Aristotle, Descartes, Einstein all believed the rational, the logical, the objective and masculinity all had supremacy over the feminine, our emotions, our physicality, images, stories, metaphor and nature. But, some of us still retain and honor our connection. There was a period when people with the qualities you describe above were burnt at the stake as witches, 80% were women but apparently, about 20% were men. I believe it is a time for this reconnection, hence the plethora of body and energy focussed therapies. I do not believe we need therapy. I do believe we need a connection to our wholeness and in relation to an inter-dependent relationship with all living things, as we are human nature, one form of nature. I go into this in depth in my new book, Trust Your Senses - Embodied Wisdom for the Modern Age, which went on amazon late last week. https://www.amazon.com/dp/0995437203
- ProducerEmotional Intelligence = Empathic IntuitionThey are the same thing. When you allow yourself to engage in empathy you open the empathic ability each of us has to a certain degree. In doing this you learn to translate emotion and the intent behind it. This is the basis of intuition, to be able...
Comments04/12/2016 #4 Max🐝 J. Carter#3 For most people I would agree @Franci🐝 Eugenia Hoffman however currently at least 10% of our population could considered Empath and it is a born skill that only gets sharper with age. I was able to hone in on other peoples emotions accurately as a child and my mother was often surprised by this.
For an Empath they do it as matter of breathing as it is a born trait that has no off switch. For an Empath it's more about learning to manage it as they are always engaged and when when engaged with an Empath who is focused on you solely they are reading the totality of your emotional self in the moment.
I go over this in greater detail in this Buzz
I had to republish it as for some reason I could not find it in my backlog.04/12/2016 #3 Franci🐝 Eugenia HoffmanNice piece, Max. I believe we must be open and honest with ourselves in order to understand others. What we sense in ourselves makes us aware of what to look for in others. Looking through the eyes of another has to be a honed skill because you have to completely forget about self to do so.04/12/2016 #2 Max🐝 J. Carter#1 Thank you @Sara Jacobovici I undertook the unthinkable task of destroying my identity or ego living in the egoless state for a few years in order understand the concepts I write about. Everything I write unless otherwise stated is based in experience and a few years of field research.
The bulk of my work has been with people who have been told they are mentally ill when in fact they possess one or more pronounced natural born ability to read far beyond what the text have been telling us for far too many years and many people have been made to suffer for this ignorance.
In fact we are evolving as a people and these pronounced traits of Empath Telepath and Medium and others are showing in greater numbers because the species is evolving to this.
I myself am all 3 and evolution and genetics is the only explanation that makes sense after studying over 100,000 people.04/12/2016 #1 Sara JacoboviciThank you for bringing my attention to your post @Max Carter. I very much appreciate your perspective here and the work you're doing; "assisting people in opening up to their intuitive self and assisting them in becoming more accurate in their reading of emotion". I find it crucial to be open and aware of all aspects of ourselves and reconnect with those parts that have been covered up over the years with layers of learning that doesn't integrate all of our innate abilities. As our well, your discussion about emotions and wisdom reminded me of one of my favorite expressions; a wise heart.
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- 01/12/2016Thanks for the great conversation @Max🐝 J. Carter. It was time truly well spent. Every time I have had a call with someone I've connected with online, I feel enriched by adding voice and sometimes sight to the interaction, and our talk about life and how best to make a change was no exception. I appreciate your time!
Comments30/11/2016 #1 Deb 🐝 HelfrichI marinate. Ponder. Contextualize.
Context is King. I think it is crucial to make sure to integrate any new feelings or information with the totality of my previous experiences and knowledge. While understanding that I cannot discount something because it is unfathomable right this moment.
I may need to grow into a new thought or experience over time, gathering knowledge until the clarity just pops right out of the field.
- ProducerPsychospirilosophy and The Idea of Self Emotional HealingThe entire mental health and spirituality industry is dependent on you thinking that you do not have the ability to heal yourself or know what is best for you. I find these industries go hand in hand. One uses Freud and Jung and the other uses...
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Psychospirilosophy~ 100 buzzes
Psychospirilosophy Hive is where I take my passion of diving into the human condition and seeing if we can give it a better definition while also providing educational pieces using a mix of psychology and philosophy with a a little spirituality making it easier for people to understand as I truly believe everyone is entitled to the education they can understand not the one they can afford.
It's jumping off points for further exploration and redefinition of our understanding of who we are where we come from, why and what we can realistically do about it.
It's jumping off points for further exploration and redefinition of our understanding of who we are where we come from, why and what we can realistically do about it.