Month: October 2015

Global Awakening: Now is the Time!

For as far as we’ve come with the modern conveniences in the world, there is much we have yet to understand as a people. We often act as though only humankind has a spiritual essence, but as I pointed out in the video below, at the end, nothing could be further from the truth.

it's time for a Global Awakening

it’s time for a Global Awakening

Understanding a new vision of life

Dozens of cases, for example, prove that plants have a spirit. In one well-known study, a man, his wife, their children and a colleague moved to Findhorn Bay Caravan Park in Scotland. Once there, they set out to create a small garden.

Well, the site sat on sand and gravel so it was the last place most people would have chosen to start a garden. But they didn’t let that stop them.

You see, they didn’t care about man’s wisdom. They got their guidance from above since they always acted out of love and understood our connection with all of nature. They not only knew how to talk to nature, they knew how to listen to it.

As a result, what began as an intention to create a small garden turned into something far bigger than they had expected…

The small family plot became the acclaimed Findhorn Garden, a flourishing landscape with over 128 varieties of vegetables, fruits, and herbs.

You see, the people who created and took care of the garden were aware that all forms of life seek to express the fullness of their identity. They also understood that the unfolding of human consciousness cannot be separated from the unfolding of the total environment in which it finds expression. Both must grow, or neither can grow.

That’s the kind of expanded awareness we all need as a people to draw us into a new vision of us and nature in collaboration.

Once you really get that all life is a part of you and you are a part of it, you’ll start to send love to every person, plant, animal and thing. And when you do that, you will reveal your true essence and that of everything around you.

Bob Proctor

Neural Activity In The Brain Is Revealed

New mathematical method reveals structure in neural activity

A newly-developed mathematical method can detect geometric structure in neural activity in the brain. “Previously, in order to understand this structure, scientists needed to relate neural activity to some specific external stimulus,” said Vladimir Itskov, associate professor of mathematics at Penn State University. “Our method is the first to be able to reveal this structure without our knowing an external stimulus ahead of time. We’ve now shown that our new method will allow us to explore the organizational structure of neurons without knowing their function in advance.”

Brain acitivity revealed

Brain acitivity revealed

“The traditional methods used by researchers to analyze the relationship between the activities of neurons were adopted from physics,” said Carina Curto, associate professor of mathematics at Penn State, “but neuroscience data doesn’t necessarily play by the same rules as data from physics, so we need new tools. Our method is a first step toward developing a new mathematical toolkit to uncover the structure of neural circuits with unknown function in the brain.”

The method—clique topology—was developed by an interdisciplinary team of researchers at Penn State, the University of Pennsylvania, the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. The method is described in a paper that will be posted in the early online edition of the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences during the week ending October 23, 2015.

“We have adopted approaches from the field of algebraic topology that previously had been used primarily in the domain of pure mathematics and have applied them to experimental data on the activity of —specialized neurons in the part of the brain called the hippocampus that sense the position of an animal in its environment,” said Curto.

The researchers measured the activity of place cells in the brains of rats during three different experimental conditions. They then analyzed the pairwise correlations of this activity—how the firing of each neuron was related to the firing of every other neuron.

In the first condition, the rats were allowed to roam freely in their environment—a behavior where the activity of place cells is directly related to the location of the animal in its environment. They searched the data to find groups of neurons, or “cliques,” in which the activity of all members of the clique was related to the activity of every other member. Their analysis of these cliques, using methods from algebraic topology, revealed an organized . Surprisingly, the researchers found similar structure in the activities among place cells in the other two conditions they tested, wheel-running and sleep, where place cells are not expected to have geometric organization.

“Because the we detected was similar in all three experimental conditions, we think that we are picking up the fundamental organization of place cells in the hippocampus,” said Itskov.

Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2015-10-mathematical-method-reveals-neural-brain.html#jCp

 

consciousness experiments

Make Staying in Love as Easy as Falling in Love

Most people think falling in love is easy, but staying in love is only possible with a tremendous amount of work.

While that might be true for many people, you don’t have to accept it as your reality.

If you’ve been in a relationship for a while, and you truly want to stay in (or fall back in) love with your mate, it can be a relatively easy thing to do.

Before I go on, let me remind you that being in love is when two people come together in perfect harmony on all planes of understanding.

So how do you maintain or re-establish a harmonious relationship with minimal effort after the newness has worn off?

Is staying in love more difficult?

Is staying in love more difficult?

I suggest doing these three things:

1. Check Under Your Own Hood: When the exhilaration of a relationship starts to wane, we tend to complain about all the things our partner is doing wrong.

I’d like to suggest that, rather than pointing a finger at your partner, take a good, honest look at yourself. Consider questions like the following:

Do you show your mate that you love and appreciate them, or are you too busy complaining? When the going gets tough, do you rise to the occasion with grace, or do you get angry and shut them out? Do you communicate openly or do you expect your partner to be able to read your mind?

As you examine your own role in the decline of your relationship, you’ll start to see that this really isn’t about your mate at all. It’s about YOU and the vibration you’re putting out. As your awareness of your own behavior grows, you’ll give more and, by law, you’ll receive more from your partner.

2. Build A New Image: If you want a better relationship, recognize that the kind of relationship you want is on a frequency that is above the one that you are living on. Then, create an image of the relationship the way you want it to be—now and moving forward.

Start to visualize yourself having a divine, intimate connection with your partner. Picture and understand that this journey that you walk together will be a journey full of life lessons, blessings, joy, love and beautiful memories. Focus on the qualities that attracted you to your mate when you first fell in love.

By visualizing a long-lasting, loving relationship, you lock yourself onto the higher frequency and you start to create it.

3. Raise Your Expectations: Most of us expect the joy and passion of our relationship to dissipate over time. What do you believe is going to happen in yours?

I ask because you tend to get what you expect. Expect to be annoyed, and you will be. Anticipate a bad day, and you can just about guarantee you’ll have one.

Try this little experiment tonight: Just before you turn out the lights and go to sleep, set a clear, definite positive expectation for your relationship tomorrow:

I expect to feel delighted with my mate. I expect to feel appreciated. I expect to have a wonderful day.

Let your expectation germinate in your mind all night long. Repeat it to yourself — really meaning it — when you wake up tomorrow. And remind yourself of it periodically throughout the day.

Remember you radiate frequencies out into the world in every moment. And your frequencies are constantly attracting similar frequencies to harmonize with.

So if you want to stay or fall back in love, change your vibration by doing the things I’ve suggested here. Then observe—and enjoy—what happens.

To your success,

Bob Proctor

Health Issues: What are the MOST IMPORTANT ones today?

Readers of our free e-newsletters and our website posts tend to be more knowledgeable about health issues and wellness than the average population… and many are downright PASSIONATE about it…

So, I’m very curious to know — and please use the COMMENT area below to respond — what do YOU think are the most important health issues facing us today? Is it possible to see the “end of all disease” one day?

What do you think about the main health issues we face?

What do you think about the main health issues we face?

(By “us” I am referring more to the “developed world,” so to speak, and not the very poor countries of the world, who of course have different health issues in need of urgent attention.)

In general, one obvious answer to the question of the most important health issue we face is IGNORANCE…

There is a ton of misinformation and downright lies — fostered by government, corporate interests, advertising, and more — what I call: “Education Gaps” that costs people their hard-earned money, and their very health and lives. (And it is of course our goal, with our e-newsletters and more, to try to correct this misinformation… to educate and empower people to take control of their health!)

So whether you agree with this general answer of “ignorance” or not, more specifically… What do YOU think are the most important health issues we face today? (And why?)

Use the COMMENTS feature below to respond, and thank you!

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Study Reveals: This Veggie Reduces Cravings by 95%

Do you eat spinach?  If you don’t, and your goal is to lose as much body fat as possible, then you may want to start incorporating more spinach in your diet according to a recent study performed at Sweden’s Lund University.

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In the study, 38 overweight women consumed either a beverage containing 5g of spinach extract (made up mostly of the cell membranes from spinach stems) or a placebo prior to breakfast each day.  At the end of the 3 month study, the spinach group lost 50% more weight!

Researchers credit the increased weightloss to an overall decrease in calorie intake as a compound in spinach stems known as thylakoids has been shown to reduce hunger, particularly this veggie reduces cravings for sweets and fast food, by up to 95%!  Thylakoids work by slowing down the digestion process, giving intestinal hormones time to communicate to the brain that we are satisfied.

Naturally, if you’re feeling more satisfied you won’t fall victim to regular snacking on all the wrong foods — and that means increased weightloss and a flatter stomach for you.

Here are some easy ways to get more spinach in your diet (be sure to include the stems):

  1. Throw a couple handfuls of spinach in the blender along with your next protein shake.  While it may change the color, it has virtually no taste.
  2. If you’re into juicing, add spinach to your next juicing recipe.
  3. Enjoy a spinach salad or sauteed spinach as part of any meal.
  4. Green smoothy: Banana + spinach + pineapple + coconut milk

Just enjoy this  healthy veggie that reduces your cravings for sweets and fast food  and your chance of overweighting.

Quantum Healing of Tumor Through the Power of Thought & Feeling

Gregg Braden Shared this video

Gregg Braden shows us footage recorded in the late 1990s documenting an event about the healing of a life-threatening condition within the body of a woman who is alive. The types of techniques, quantum healing applied, are precisely those that make use of the power of concentration. Watch this video that documents the healing of a bladder cancer tumor, 3 inches in diameter of that woman who by western standards is considered inoperable. As a last resort, she goes to a hospital in Beijing, China, where three practitioners and one technician teach her some life-affirming methods of nurturing her body by means of the power of combined concerted thoughts and gentle movements to stimulate the energy centers in her body in order to remove completely this tumor from her bladder.

So, in the video documentation the film shows a woman lying in bed in a hospital room. She is fully awake. She is fully conscious. She believes in the process that is about to happen. Before her there is a ultrasound technician that is running an ultrasound wand over her lower abdomen where we can see on a split screen monitor, and on the left hand side of the screen, they do a snapshot freeze-frame of an instant in time for reference. That way, we can see what her condition looks like in that instant in time. On the right hand of the screen, we are able to watch real time as three practitioners stand behind her working with the energy and her body and the feelings in their bodies. Next, they begin to chant a word that they have agreed upon and reinforces the feelings within them that she is already healed. The chant essentially says: “Already healed, already done”. As they began to have this feeling and say these words among themselves, on the computer screen we can watch in real time how this cancerous tumor disappears in less than three minutes.

Could we apply these techniques in our lives? Is that possible?

Building Confidence

I remember when, as a 9 year old, while participating in an elementary group class sing along, I was ridiculed and felt extremely small for singing the harmony of a song instead of the melody like everyone else. In that embarrassing moment I decided that I was never going to sing in public again. That decision made me not sing in public, but also not speak or allow myself to share my feelings and thoughts with anyone for years to come. I wanted to share and contribute my thoughts to conversations going on around me, but did not dare for fear of being put in that same position again: rejection.

During my elementary and high school years I did not dare answer the questions that the teachers were asking, even though I knew the answers. And I did not even have the courage to let people know, when asked to do so, that the idea that I was sharing was my own.

I learned through the years that my perception of myself was keeping me in a prison of my own design. Not circumstances, not other people, just me.

I realized that I was in a place that Anais Nin described so eloquently when she said, “and then the day came when the risk it took to remain tightly closed in a bud became more painful than the risk to bloom.” So I made a decision that I was going to change and in order to do that, I had to change my frame of reference.

I had always believed that I could not and was unable to do the things I wanted to do or go to the places that I wanted to go to; so I started to believe that I could. This made all the difference in my world.

Building confidence: I had to read books and believe what the people in the books said I could do, and even that was difficult to do because my perception of my self was so warped. But, I kept reminding myself that if my old way of thinking was keeping me captive, then if I adopted a new way of thinking, I could be free. I stepped out of my comfort zone and made a decision to live there because like Neale Donald Walsch said, “life begins at the end of your comfort zone.”

I have come to a place in my life where the very things that use to scare the living daylights out of me are the very things I thrive in. I am now a professional singer, teacher, and speaker. I have faced my fears and realized that the things I was afraid of were things that, left unchallenged, would never have gone away. I had to look my fears straight in the eyes to see that they could never be bigger than I was, did not have the power to defeat me, and after adopting the right perspective and developing the correct self-image of myself, realized that those experiences made me stronger.

I now go boldly in the direction of my dreams and share daily who I have become with everyone I meet. Wayne Dyer said, “Freedom means you are unobstructed in living your life as you choose. Anything less is a form of slavery”

Today I have the confidence to believe in myself and from this starting place, anything is possible. Confidence is the foundation for success and happiness. Once you’ve mastered confidence, you’ve mastered yourself.

-Roxanne Goodman

Roxanne is a passionate and dedicated author, musical artist, teacher, and speaker. Check here how to build your confidence. You can do it too!!

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