Jeff Gordan

Jeff Gordan

How to Protect Your House from Harmful EMF Radiation

A century ago, the use of electricity was minimal and exposure to electromagnetic fields (EMFs) was limited. Most homes only generated electrical and magnetic fields in the range of 50-60 Hz. Today, humans and animals are practically bathing in EMF pollution.

"Perhaps the most chilling fact is that EMF radiation is nearly impossible to get away from. If you’re near any sort of civilization, you and your family are likely awash in it. And, currently, no one is sure what the long-term health consequences stem will be. We already know that many individuals report nausea, problems sleeping and concentrating, and even hyperactivity as a result of constant EMF and radio frequency (RF) exposure."

P.S I don't have any allegiance or alliance with any recommended manufacturers. However, it is interesting to observe that my microwave appears to have a wire mesh kind on coating on the window. Probably to reduce the EMF radiation!

Jeff Gordan

Jeff Gordan

At This English Bar, An Old-School Solution To Rude Cellphones

Enlarge this image There was a time when people went to bars to talk to other people, maybe even meet someone new. But that was in the BC era - before cellphones.

Aha I wish we could create something like this at home as well!

"Tyler wanted to bring back the conversation, and he did by turning his bar into a Faraday cage — a 19th-century invention that reflects electromagnetic fields and conducts currents around, rather than inside, an enclosure.

He installed copper wire mesh in the bar's ceiling and tin foil on the walls, effectively blocking cell phone signals from getting into the establishment."

Jeff Gordan

Jeff Gordan There is a lot of literature about blocking of EMF radiation and also some about"Orgone" which is supposed to block EMF radiation. Just plain and simple you ever wonder what happens when you go to a forest or walk along the beach... what makes it feels so peaceful?

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Jeff Gordan

Jeff Gordan https://www.energeticnutrition.com/assets/documents/aulterra/quantum_biology_in_vitro_reduce_emf.pdf

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Emma Zahren-Newman

Emma Zahren-Newman

Lords of Consciousness - Being The Change

Being The Change

Last week I took an Uber and connected with the very interesting, dynamic, thoughtful driver, Clint! He shared with me the website he and his friends manage, it's real interesting! From the about page: "There are solutions to the problems we face. People are breaking away from pre-prescribed lives that we allow culture to impose on us, and these people are starting to find their own path...People are waking up. Communities are forming. Tribes are gathering. We are remembering who we are. The greatest masterpieces have yet to be made and won’t until we work together as One."

Rajat

Rajat Yes it is these communities that need to be woven together!

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Rajat

Rajat

RSA ANIMATE: The Empathic Civilisation
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Sometimes you wonder: What really separates a human from a stone or that matter God? Is it empathy? We at theHobMob often brainstorm this as we try to wean the conversation away from narcissism, materialism and violence to "Things that Matter"

Here Jeremy Rifkin beatifically explains The Empathic Civilization:

"-Times that we've empathised with each other our fellow creatures it's always because we felt their struggle, we had the depth and empathy and the celebration of life. And we show solidarity with our compassion.

-Empathy is the opposite of utopia. There is no empathy in heaven, I guarantee you, I'll tell you before you get there. There isn't any empathy in heaven because there's no mortality.

-Empathy is grounded in the acknowledgement of death and the celebration of life and rooting for each other to flourish and be. It's based on our frailties and our imperfections.

-Is it possible that we human beings who are soft wired for empathic distress is it possible we could actually extend our empathy to the entire human race, as an extended family? "

-Why would we stop at a blood, tribe, religion or nation state based tie to empathy... "We have the technology that allows us to extend the central nervous system and to think viscerally as a family not just intellectually.

-We have to rethink the human narrative. If we are truly homo-empathicus
then we need to bring out that core nature."

Source: The Empathic Civilization by Jeremy Rifkin.

Adam Pryor

Adam Pryor

The science of consciousness

In the material world randomness is always tempered by an underlying determinism. From ocean waves to landscape formations, the combination of predictability with arbitrary elements takes shape as a fractal structure. But the characteristics of fractal structure can also be recognized in the temporal rhythm of mental phenomena.

"-Mind forms resonance and interference analogue to material systems.
-Entanglement is a phenomenon where by making an observation on one part of the system instantaneously affects the state in another part of the system, even if the respective systems are separated by space-like distances. This bizarre instantaneous mutual determination was confirmed recently.
-Entanglement can form between interacting minds. New information, even years later, can modify or update the energetic distribution between them, as dictated by their changing circumstances. One person can even form entanglement between two temporal events! In the mind nonlocality includes fictions time travel to the past that updates comprehension."
Eva Deli- Science of Consciousness

Rajat

Rajat

Ricardo Semler: Radical wisdom for a company, a school, a life
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Ricardo Semler, the famous Brazilian CEO, speaks words of wisdom which are so relevant. Some nuggets to introspect on :
"-Leisure is a very busy thing.
-The opposite of work is idleness.But very few of us know what to do with idleness. When you look at the way that we distribute our lives in general, you realize that in the periods in which we have a lot of money, we have very little time. And then when we finally have time, we have neither the money nor the health.
-Why can't people set their own salaries?
-People are the only thing we have.How we design, how do we organize, for more wisdom?
-We created this school, which is called Lumiar...we use the senior citizens, who are 25 percent of the population with wisdom that nobody wants anymore. So we bring them to school and we say, teach these kids whatever you really believe in. So we have violinists teaching math.
-I accumulated a lot of money when I think about it. When you think and you say, now is the time to give back -- well, if you're giving back, you took too much. I keep thinking of Warren Buffet waking up one day and finding out he has 30 billion dollars more than he thought he had. And he looks and he says, what am I going to do with this? And he says, I'll give it to someone who really needs this. I'll give it to Bill Gates.
-How many people do you know who on their death beds said, boy, I wish I had spent more time at the office? So there's a whole thing of having the courage now -- not in a week, not in two months, not when you find out you have something -- to say, no, what am I doing this for? "

Ricardo Semler, source Ted Talk transcripts.

Adam Pryor

Adam Pryor

Consciousness Is Not Mysterious

It's just the brain describing itself-to itself. Please consider disabling it for our site, or supporting our work in one of these ways Subscribe Now > Michael Graziano is an associate professor of psychology and neuroscience at Princeton University. He is the author of Consciousness and the Social Brain.

Michael Graziano is an associate professor of psychology and neuroscience at Princeton University: "On Consciousness is not mysterious"
"-Arguably, science is the gradual process by which the cognitive parts of our brains discover the profound inaccuracies in our deeper, evolutionarily built-in models of the world.
-Let me be precise about what I mean by consciousness.....It’s been called awareness, phenomenology, qualia, experience. It seems non-physical, ethereal, more like an energy than a substance, by definition private and therefore not objectively testable. And the fact that it seems like anything at all is the thing itself—the seeming.
-Consciousness doesn’t happen. It’s a mistaken construct. The computer concludes that it has qualia because that serves as a useful, if simplified, self-model. What we can do as scientists is to explain how the brain constructs information, how it models the world in quirky ways, how it models itself, and how it uses those models to good advantage."
theatlantic.com

Vidushi Sharma

Vidushi Sharma I was taught by him at Princeton! He is a very quirky guy, composes music, painted his office full of monkeys, and write children's books under a false name. What do you all think of the proposition that consciousness is just the result of our neurons interacting-- not an epiphenomenon that is separate from our body or one that will live on past us?

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Jeff Gordan

Jeff Gordan

Brené Brown on Empathy
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What is the difference between Empathy and Sympathy?
One fuels connection and the other drives disconnection. Empathy is characterized by perspective taking; staying out of judgement; recognition of emotion and communicating it. "Empathy is a vulnerable choice"
RSA short lecturesDr Brené Brown reminds us that we can only create a genuine empathic connection if we are brave enough to really get in touch with our own fragilities.

Adam Pryor

Adam Pryor Rajat

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Adam Pryor

Adam Pryor An easy life desensitizes folks easily.

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Emma Zahren-Newman

Emma Zahren-Newman so beautiful! and so important to understand as a friend to others and as a human being. Mark SimondsHeather KoenneckeVidushi Sharma

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Emma Zahren-Newman

Emma Zahren-Newman What do you mean by that @Adam?

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Adam Pryor

Adam Pryor Emma Zahren-Newman What I mean is that when one gets all the luxuries and pleasures easily, they are taken for granted and as a result you don't realize the value or learn to emphathize when others don't have what the person considers mundane things.

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Rajat

Rajat

The real purpose of the doctrine of karma, however, is not to explain the natural or social history of man but his ideal spiritual history concerned with the process of his involvement in time and emancipation from it. G.C Pande

Rajat

Rajat

Connecting consciousness mind and matter. A thought by my great teacher.

TheHobMob

TheHobMob

Globally we all have our problems don't we ? Storage room or food ? It's just a matter of perspective. Contrast this with:

" The plates lay empty
Echo the stomach craving
On table there’s none.
Lived in a shanty
So filthy the clothing wears
Sun peeps in the roof."
by Noel Tupan

Anju Sharma

Anju Sharma

In 'Just Eat It,' Filmmakers Feast For 6 Months On Discarded Food

The upcoming Thanksgiving holiday is generally celebrated with a bounty of food - and a mountain of leftovers, some of which, let's face it, will end up in the trash. Unfortunately, this waste is not just a once-a-year event: Roughly 133 billion pounds of food go uneaten each year, according to the U.S.

Food waste, fresh by dates, cosmetically unfit fruits etc Read this.

TheHobMob

TheHobMob

What surprises Dalai Lama most?

“Man surprised me most about humanity.
Because he sacrifices his health in order to make money.
Then he sacrifices money to recuperate his health.
And then he is so anxious about the future that he does not enjoy the present; the result being that he does not live in the present or the future; he lives as if he is never going to die, and then dies having never really lived.”

Dalai Lama.

Rajat

Rajat Vidushi SharmaEmma Zahren-NewmanLalka BunnyHemen PatelAnju SharmaAman Malik

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Adam Pryor

Adam Pryor Very succinct story of humanity

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Rajat

Rajat

I felt like sharing an excerpt on the topic Nature of Religion in my teacher/guru's book "Consciousness Value Culture" (Dr. Govind Chandra Pande)

"Authentic being or self-consciousness is attained through enquiry. Buddhism does not even affirm the reality of the self or spirit in any sense but is content to deny the conventional identities of the world and stresses the need for shedding illusions. Thus neither Advaitic 'self-knowledge' nor Buddhist 'Awakening' can be regarded as cognition-rational or irrational-or conation or emotion. They may be said, however to involve an insight into the general features of the world such as transience,contingency,relativity etc. on the one hand, and the stillness of the consciousness detached from all objects, on the other.

This concept of religion as a tradition of spiritual life and experience interpreted reflectively may be said to be primarily axiological and dialectical not metaphysical or theological. It is a tradition of values grounded in philosophical discernment. "

Ethan Garcia

Ethan Garcia

Slow Ideas - The New Yorker

Why do some innovations spread so swiftly and others so slowly? Consider the very different trajectories of surgical anesthesia and antiseptics, both of which were discovered in the nineteenth century. The first public demonstration of anesthesia was in 1846.

How good ideas spread ....“Diffusion is essentially a social process through which people talking to people spread an innovation,” Mass media can introduce a new idea to people. But, Rogers showed, people follow the lead of other people they know and trust when they decide whether to take it up. Every change requires effort, and the decision to make that effort is a social process" Atul Gawande on real life examples of adoption of new ideas in medicine.

Rajat

Rajat

'The Hunting Ground,' a Film About Rape Culture at Colleges

PARK CITY, Utah - " The Hunting Ground," set for release in theaters and broadcast on CNN, was billed by the Sundance Film Festival as a "piercing, monumental exposé of rape culture on campuses." Judging by viewer reaction at the film's premiere and the comments of two United States senators afterward, festival programmers might have undersold it.

So in India you have rape and unlawfulness on streets including those in the capital city, not to be left behind, it is a norm across every single prestigious college frat in the US. Unfortunately the primal instincts dominte no matter where this "hunimal" roams .

Rajat

Rajat

Lessons From A Modern Day Renaissance Man On Happiness, Habits, And Health

Posted: That Jamie Metzl has completed nearly 50 extreme endurance events, including Ironman Triathlons and ultramarathons, is not mentioned until the very final line of his personal biography. It is, apparently, the least notable of his accomplishments.

What an amazingly talented person is Jamie Metzl ! This interview is a must read. Extract from one of his books ...."You can never quite figure out whether life is complicated or simple, whether all our concepts and words only muck up the few basic drives that actually give meaning to our transient existence."

Ethan Garcia

Ethan Garcia Agree the interview is an amazing read. It evoked a underlying detachment from the world and a deeply conscious person. I will try to lay may hands on his book as well.

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