Frequencies and Anecdotes. Frequencies and Anecdotes The latest versions of the CAFL and NCFL plus a few articles are available in a paperback book called The Electroherbalism Frequency Lists..
Click here or on the bookcover picture below for details. Note that there is nothing in the book which is not also available in electronic format (for free) on this website. A Note on the The "New CAFL" - Someone converted the CAFL for use on a function generator that is so cheap the frequencies are entered in KHz.
Which I don't mind a bit - the CAFL is open source and you can do with it what you want -but I do take offense to a list of rounded- off frequencies in KHz being called the CAFL since it can cause confusion to people with accurate function generators and other frequency devices where the frequencies are entered in Hertz (Hz). Introduction to Frequencies and Anecdotes The Consolidated Annotated Frequency List (CAFL) - The most popular file on this website. James Bare's Harmonic Associations F-Scan Frequency Files. The Meaning of Life: Discover Your Purpose.
Do You Have a Pre-Encoded Purpose?
Many books I’ve read seem to assume that we’re either genetically or divinely encoded with some sort of built-in purpose, and all we need to do is take the time to discover it through private introspection. You just sit down one day and write a mission statement and trust that what comes out of you will be the guiding force for the rest of your life. Perhaps every 6-12 months you update it. Personally I think that’s nonsense. I see no evidence that there’s any pre-encoded purpose in any of us. If you begin with the assumption that you have a pre-encoded purpose and attempt to discover it merely by sitting down and writing a mission statement, I think you’ll end up building a house of straw for yourself. When people try to sit down and write out a purpose or mission statement, they usually lack sufficient clarity to do so intelligently. Kurt Vonnegut spiega la tragedia.
I was at a Kurt Vonnegut talk in New York a few years ago.
Talking about writing, life, and everything. He explained why people have such a need for drama in their life. He said, “People have been hearing fantastic stories since time began. The problem is, they think life is supposed to be like the stories. Let's look at a few examples.” He drew an empty grid on the board, like this: Time moves from left to right. He said, “Let's look at a very common story arc. It starts with her awful life with evil stepsisters, scrubbing the fireplace. “People LOVE that story!
He wiped the board clean and said, “Now let's look at another popular story arc: the disaster.” It's an ordinary day in an ordinary town. But the problem is, life is really like this... Our lives drifts along with normal things happening. “But because we grew up surrounded by big dramatic story arcs in books and movies, we think our lives are supposed to be filled with huge ups and downs! That's why people invent fights. Mark Twain Gives Nine Tips for Living an Extraordinary Life. By Henrik Edberg Is truth stranger than fiction?
Perhaps. In this great article written by Henrik Edberg, we find that Mark Twain had expressed in his writings over the years an entire philosophy for living. If he were around today, it seems he would be on the lecture circuit with the likes of Eckhart Tolle or Wayne Dyer. Below are Mark Twain's Nine tips for living a "kick ass" life: “Let us live so that when we come to die even the undertaker will be sorry.” “When your friends begin to flatter you on how young you look, it’s a sure sign you’re getting old.” You may know Mark Twain for some of his very popular books like Adventures of Huckleberry Finn and The Adventures of Tom Sawyer. Twain is known for his many – and often funny – quotes. 1. “A man cannot be comfortable without his own approval.” If you don’t approve of yourself, of your behaviour and actions then you’ll probably walk around most of the day with a sort of uncomfortable feeling. 2. “Age is an issue of mind over matter. 4.