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Opening Horizons Well Being Company - Coaching, Massage, Yoga, Meditation, Nutrition - Catabolic and Anabolic EnergyThe Two Forces That Create Your World--Every Minute of Every Day More than a hundred years ago, Albert Einstein addressed the scientific community, passionately presenting the idea that everything we see, hear, taste, touch, and smell is not matter, but energy. Everything that "matters" is energy. On an energetic andcellular level, catabolism usually refers to a breakdown of complex molecules, while anabolism is the opposite. When you hear about a person's catabolic or anabolic energy, however, it's a broader statement about destructive and constructive forces in an entire person, who is made up not only of individual cells but also of anabolic and catabolic thoughts and beliefs. Anabolic and Catabolic energy are predominantin organizations as well as people.
‘Walk as if you are kissing the Earth with your feet.’ ~Thich Nhat Hahn Post written by Leo Babauta . How can you bring calm and peace to the middle of a stress-ful, chaotic day? The answer is simple, though not always so easy to put into practice: learn to be present. No matter how out-of-control your day is, no matter how stressful your job or life becomes, the act of being present can become an oasis.
An example of a form constant. A form constant is one of several geometric patterns which are recurringly observed during hallucinations and altered states of consciousness . [ edit ] History In 1926 , Heinrich Klüver systematically studied the effects of mescaline ( peyote ) on the subjective experiences of its users. In addition to producing hallucinations characterized by bright, "highly saturated " colors and vivid imagery, Klüver noticed that mescaline produced recurring geometric patterns in different users. He called these patterns 'form constants' and categorized four types: lattices (including honeycombs , checkerboards , and triangles ), cobwebs , tunnels, and spirals . [ 1 ]
The Noosphere ( pron.: / ˈ n oʊ . ɵ s f ɪər / ; sometimes noösphere ), according to the thought of Vladimir Vernadsky [ 1 ] and Teilhard de Chardin , denotes the " sphere of human thought". [ 2 ] The word is derived from the Greek νοῦς ( nous " mind ") and σφαῖρα (sphaira " sphere "), in lexical analogy to " atmosphere " and " biosphere ". [ 3 ] It was introduced by Pierre Teilhard de Chardin in 1922 [ 4 ] in his Cosmogenesis . [ 5 ] Another possibility is the first use of the term by Édouard Le Roy , who together with Teilhard was listening to lectures of Vladimir Vernadsky at Sorbonne . In 1936 Vernadsky accepted the idea of the Noosphere in a letter to Boris Leonidovich Lichkov (though, he states that the concept derives from Le Roy). [ 6 ] [ edit ] History of concept In the original theory of Vernadsky , the noosphere is the third in a succession of phases of development of the Earth, after the geosphere (inanimate matter) and the biosphere (biological life).