John Holloway: "Podemos o Syriza pueden mejorar las cosas, pero el desafío es salir del capitalismo" En el año 2002, John Holloway publica un libro de referencia: Cambiar el mundo sin tomar el poder. Inspirado por el ¡Ya basta! zapatista, por el movimiento que surgió en Argentina en 2001/2002 y por el movimiento antiglobalización, Holloway plantea en él una hipótesis: no es la idea de revolución o transformación del mundo la que ha quedado impugnada en el desastre del comunismo autoritario, sino más bien la idea de la revolución como toma del poder y la del partido como herramienta política por excelencia. Otra noción de cambio social se insinua en esos movimientos, y en general en todas las prácticas más o menos visibles donde se sigue una lógica distinta a la del beneficio, la de agrietar el capitalismo, o sea crear, dentro de la misma sociedad que se rechaza, espacios, momentos o áreas de actividad donde se prefigura ya un mundo distinto. Pero después del “que se vayan todos” argentino vino el gobierno Kirchner y después del "no nos representan" apareció Podemos. John Holloway.
This Experiment Shows How The Present Can Change The Past, And That’s Not All… “Time” as we know it doesn’t really exist, and a great experiment that illustrates this is called the delayed choice/quantum eraser experiment. It shows us that what happens in the present can actually change what happened in the past. Pretty crazy isn’t it? In fact, it doesn’t even make sense, and when we choose to examine what we call reality (matter) at the quantum level, a lot of stuff doesn’t make sense, but that’s normal. This is precisely when Richard Feynman, a Nobel laureate of the twentieth century said that “we choose to examine a phenomenon which is impossible, absolutely impossible, to explain in any classical way and which has in it the heart of quantum mechanics. In reality, it contains the only mystery.” Apart from this experiment illustrating how what happens in the present can change what happened in the past, it also shows that time can go backwards, that cause and effect can be revered, and how the future caused the past! The Experiment 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
How Higher Levels of Consciousness May Appear in our Life When we are asked what we find the most important thing in our life, the most of us would be able to answer the question. We would, naturally, come up with different answers, but that is not the point; the point is that we are able to answer. But as long as we are able to answer, we remain detached from the higher levels of Consciousness. The Nature of Higher Consciousness If we wish to find out how that is possible, we must first examine the nature of higher Consciousness. Still, if we penetrate deep into that experience, we find that no higher levels of Consciousness exist, only Consciousness itself. The Consciousness Identified with the Forms and Shapes What does this identification mean? When the Consciousness identifies with a form, the Ego appears. This state of Consciousness is always restrictive and exclusive. The process of identification does not stop just because we have become spiritual helpers. The Consciousness Free from Forms and Shapes About the Author Frank M.
Steve Jobs didn’t let his kids use iPads - The Mommy Files Silicon Valley exec's set limit to children’s technology use. Paul Chinn / The Chronicle stevejobs06_obitPH3 Apple CEO Steve Jobs unveils the iPad 2 in 2011. When reporter Nick Bilton asked Steve Jobs in 2010 if his children loved the iPad, Jobs told him “They haven’t used it. Steve Jobs was the father of two teenage girls and a son when he passed away in 2011. You would imagine that his children’s rooms would have been filled with iPods, iPhones and iPads. That’s not the case. Steve Jobs wanted everyone to have iPads, except his own children. In an article in the Sunday New York Times, reporter Nick Bilton says he once asked Jobs “So, your kids must love the iPad?” Jobs response: “They haven’t used it. The Times article examines the growing trend among the California Silicon Valley tech set to limit children’s technology use. Some of these Silicon Valley engineers and execs are even going to the extreme of sending their kids to computer-free schools. Are you surprised by any of this?
Game Recreates Entire Galaxy, 1,000 Players Determined To Explore It Some folks play huge space game Elite: Dangerous to lead humble, (fairly) usual space lives. They do tasks, make transfers, and beautify their cockpits with pointless little bubbleheads. Now there's The Great Expedition. The First Great Expedition started with a solitary goal: to mutually discover all of Elite: Dangerous' 400 billion star systems, or no less than, as many of them as realistically probable. I am talking about thousands upon thousands upon thousands of light years of cosmos. Accessing Altered States Of Consciousness With Endogenous... [Video] | Accessing Altered States Of Consciousness With Endogenous DMT Bentinho Massaro is the founder of the Trinfinity Academy, an online school and academy that provides all sorts of information and lessons on the art Self-Realization, Self-Actualization, and much more. Frustrated by what he perceived to be subconscious behavior of human society and the absurdity of the public education system, Bentinho was 16 when he made his conscious commitment to the search for the 'Ultimate Answer' - "an understanding of the actual workings of Life that would lead not only to individual fulfillment, but to the liberation of civilization from conflict entirely." In this lecture segment, Bentinho offers an in-depth explanation as to how we can practice and achieve altered states of consciousness through the use of the endogenous DMT that resides within us all. Through careful breathing, controlled thoughts, devotion, and will, the self-exploration of one's own psyche is literally boundless.
How Not to Be Offended There is an ancient and well-kept secret to happiness which the Great Ones have known for centuries. They rarely talk about it, but they use it all the time, and it is fundamental to good mental health. This secret is called The Fine Art of Not Being Offended. In order to truly be a master of this art, one must be able to see that every statement, action and reaction of another human being is the sum result of their total life experience to date. In other words, the majority of people in our world say and do what they do from their own set of fears, conclusions, defenses and attempts to survive. Yes, this is psychodynamic. All of that said, almost nothing is personal. This frees us to be a little more detached from the reactions of people around us. This is also not to be confused with allowing ourselves to be hurt, neglected or taken advantage of. The great challenge of our world is to live a life of contentment, regardless of what other people do, say, think or believe.
8 Foods That Look Like The Body Parts They're Good For 1. Carrots – Eyes. Eating carrots daily promotes healthy eyes. “Carrots are filled with vitamins and antioxidants, like beta-carotene, that decrease the chance of macular degeneration, the leading cause of vision loss in older people,” says Sasson Moulavi, MD, medical director of Smart for Life Weight Management Centers. 2. Walnuts – Brain. Walnuts have been given the nickname “brain food,” and there’s a reason for that. 3. Celery is a delicious food. 4. Keeping the uterus healthy is a top priority for many women. 5. Breast health is another top concern for women. 6. Heart disease is one of America’s greatest killers, but this red, heart-shaped vegetable may be the answer. 7. This sweet vegetable not only looks like a pancreas, but is crucial to keeping this necessary organ healthy. 8. Ginger is one of my favorite foods for more than one reason.
5 Books That Will Expand Your Consciousness by Luke Miller Truth Theory Mastery Mastery is written by Robert Green and I think it is my favourite book of all time. It breaks down how to master your subject in an honest way. One of the concepts is that of becoming an apprentice, for which he says you must dedicate around 7 years to learn your craft. You can purchase Mastery here What The Buddha Taught This is quite a tough read for a beginner in the concepts of Buddhism as it contains some Sanskrit and lots of words than many would not understand. The thing I love about this book is some of the translated scripts, you can literally read one sutta (which is a selected Buddhist text) and in just a couple of pages you will find more knowledge than in a lot of the modern stuff. You can purchase What The Buddha Taught here Zen Flesh Zen Bones This is a very philosophical book and most of the content is open to many interpretations, it has 3 sections 101 Zen Stories, The Gateless Gate and 10 Bulls Drive You can get a copy of Drive here
3 soldados israelíes se suicidan tras agresión a Gaza Tres soldados de Israel se han quitado la vida tras participar en la reciente ofensiva israelí contra la Franja de Gaza. Según un informe publicado el lunes por el diario israelí Maariv, estos tres soldados sufrían problemas psicológicos relacionados con su participación en la agresión de 51 días contra el enclave costero que acabó con la vida de 2160 palestinos. El informe señala que dos soldados han cometido suicidio cerca de la frontera con Gaza mientras que el tercero se ha quitado la vida en el centro de los territorios ocupados palestinos. La policía militar del régimen israelí ha abierto una investigación sobre estos suicidios, no obstante el ejército de este régimen no ha hecho ningún comentario al respecto. El año pasado, ocho soldados israelíes se suicidaron, según una fuente en el departamento de salud mental de ejército del régimen israelí. El ejército del régimen israelí reveló en un informe publicado en diciembre de 2012 que cada 15 días se suicida un soldado israelí. Hispan Tv
I lost 100 pounds in a year. My “weight loss secret” is really dumb. A year ago, I weighed 285 pounds. Today I weigh 185, which is more or less optimal for my 6-foot frame. Losing 100 pounds has been maybe the best thing that's ever happened to me. I feel better physically. I desperately wish that weren't the case. I say that because everything I've just written perpetuates our noxious, damaging cultural narrative on weight and obesity. Ours is a culture that incentivizes people to gain weight — and then stigmatizes them when they do I'm no expert on weight loss. Here's what I learned from losing so much weight — and from the life changes I've experienced as a result. 1) My weight loss "secret" is so, so dumb Just so we're completely clear about how unqualified I am to tell people how to lose weight, I'll run down how I lost that 100 pounds. WATCH: A frivolous attempt to capitalize on your health 2) Okay, fine, here's one secret: The weight loss succeeded because I found a way to be extreme in moderation The author before and after his weight loss.
The Mind-Obliterating Realms of Noisecraft Noisecraft is a Russian artist who pushes the boundaries of illustrative story-telling with his cryptic, yet breathtaking renditions of societal relations. In his works, he cleverly incorporates many of the diverse aspects of human existence, including anything from anguish, greed and corruption to the awareness of purpose, dissolution of the ego and unition of the species. The soothing textures paired with the unique and alluring array of colors used in each piece results in works of art that are nothing short of extraordinary. Presented below is just a handful of Noisecraft’s work; if you would like to learn more:facebook | deviant art
'Un país para comérselo' llega hasta Andorra RTVE.es 22.10.2014 “Un país para comérselo” viaja a otro país: Andorra, a caballo entre Francia y España. El viaje de Ana Duato por el “pequeño país de los Pirineos” descubre una nación labrada con el esfuerzo de un pueblo que ha hecho suyo el lema de su escudo: “La virtud unida es más fuerte”. Situado en medio de los Pirineos, y a pesar de que dispone de muy poco espacio para la agricultura, los terrenos montañosos de Andorra son ideales para el cultivo de diversas hortalizas de sabores ya olvidados como la trumfa, una patata autóctona que crece en altura y con la que Ana aprenderá a elaborar una receta de alta montaña: El trintxat con boletus. Otro de los triunfos de los andorranos sobre este terreno difícil es el poder hacer miel y vino a mucha altitud e incluso adaptar la planta del tabaco al duro clima de este país. Ana Duato disfrutará de una cocina de sabores muy marcados y auténticos para soportar los rigores invernales.