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Negentropic Fields: Announcements from Implosion Group- Dan Winter Dan Winter’s new book presents the most compelling and systematic scientific evidence to date â€“ that fractality in space and time is the specific mechanism and cause of gravity, biologic negentropy, life force, perception, and human bliss. Although several hugely famous authors have already presented their books on fractality in time- by comparison â€“ this book shows they were functionally clueless about the physics. Winter quotes many scientists who have already speculated that fractality is the cause of gravity- BUT Winter is the first to very specifically define the frequency, geometry, and wave mechanic optimization of that gravity causing fractality. Winter’s work (with his mathematics team- including Martin Jones)- was the first to prove the wave equations showing golden ratio solves the problem of max constructive interference, compression, and phase conjugation. Everyone agrees that fractality is infinite compression. Now included in the special offer: Triploder as well
Rent a White Guy - Mitch Moxley Not long ago I was offered work as a quality-control expert with an American company in China I’d never heard of. No experience necessary—which was good, because I had none. I’d be paid $1,000 for a week, put up in a fancy hotel, and wined and dined in Dongying, an industrial city in Shandong province I’d also never heard of. The only requirements were a fair complexion and a suit. “I call these things ‘White Guy in a Tie’ events,” a Canadian friend of a friend named Jake told me during the recruitment pitch he gave me in Beijing, where I live. “Basically, you put on a suit, shake some hands, and make some money. I was. And so I became a fake businessman in China, an often lucrative gig for underworked expatriates here. Six of us met at the Beijing airport, where Jake briefed us on the details. Dongying was home to Sun Tzu, the author of The Art of War, and that’s just about all it has going for it. The lobby at our hotel was dimly lit and smelled like bad seafood. “Are you the boss?”
Our story - Rototom Sunsplash Rototom Sunsplash became a European gathering Location: Rivellino Park. Osoppo (Udine, Italy) he event duration gradually increased from 5 to 8 days, then to 9, and at last to 10. The initiatives and concerts were more evenly distributed in order to leave more time for meetings and for social and cultural exchange for the thousands of visitors coming from many different countries; conferences and debates with sociologists, politicians, religious and intellectuals were offered a broader space; further attention was given to the daily workshops of capoeira, percussions and African dances, meditation, natural medicine and rasta philosophy, and last but not least art workshops dedicated to children. Each summer for ten editions, the Parque de Rivellino played host to a real city in harmony with the landscape, where 150,000 people spent a holiday at peace with everything around them.
Transcendental Meditation Orthodox America Transcendental Meditation by Fr. When it was introduced into this country in the revolutionary decade of the 60s, Transcendental Meditation, or TM, was billed as a technique for personal development and expanding consciousness. One of TM's most insistent claims has been that it is not a religion, that there is no need to modify one's religious beliefs in order to be a practitioner. The man who sold TM to the West is Mahesh Brasad Warma. After obtaining his degree, Mahesh spent twelve years as a close disciple of Guru Dev, who encouraged him to take the Vedanta teaching to the West. Maharishi modified his teaching for Western audiences, whose attention he captured when, through the influence of Ravi Shankhat, he developed a following among the Beatles. TM is marketed through an organizational structure under the umbrella of the World Plan Executive Council, with headquarters in Switzerland The principal substructure is the International Meditation Society (IMS).  D.
A Gift from Thich Nhat Hanh (Thay) to All of Us Last week I wrote about Thich Nhat Hanh’s brain hemorrhage landing him in the hospital. The most recent update from Plum Village shows that while his condition is still in a critical stage he has opened his eyes and even reached out to touch the attendant next to him. In continuing this time of honoring his life I wanted to share with you one of the gifts he has given me that I often share with others. These are the short phrases he weaves into breathing or walking that helps us be more present, loving, grounded, and aware in daily life. For example, You may take three steps while breathing in and say “Breathing in, I calm my body” and then with the following three steps “Breathing out, I relax.” These are just some examples; you can make up your own that fit for you. No matter how many breaths Thay has left, his life has touched millions and he will never leave us. As always, please share your thoughts and questions below. , The Now Effect
6 libros para quienes buscan cambiar radicalmente de perspectiva Son de esos libros que se experimentan con la mente y el alma. Al abrir un libro muchas veces buscamos un cambio total, generar un antes y un después en nuestra vida. Cuando buscamos vivir esta experiencia nos dirigimos a libros que sabemos nos abrirán puertas que parecían siempre estar cerradas, ventanas ocultas a mundos diferentes, posibilidades nunca antes pensadas de lo que podría ser y lo que podríamos llegar a hacer con nuestra vida. Estos son sólo algunos de los libros que pueden darte esta oportunidad así que siéntate con ellos y date el tiempo de mirar al horizonte y pensar: ‘Nunca lo hubiese pensado de esa forma’. 1. @sarah_hardt Este libro es un clásico y aunque muchas veces se piensa que es sólo un libro para niños, la verdad es que El Principito nos ofrece verdades y respuestas ante cientos de preguntas que nos hacemos en la adolescencia y la adultez. 2. Roca Editorial 3. Alpha Decay 4. Global Rhythm Press 5. Melanie Barraza 6. @callme_maria