Getting Left and Right Brain together

The Alphabet versus the Goddess: The conflict Between Word and Image The book, by Author and Dr Leonard Shlain surgeon and humanist, discusses his theory that with the development of the alphabet and the rise of literacy, a right–handed, left-brain dominance was created (the hemispheres of the brain control opposite sides of the body) birthing a patriarchal culture that diminished women,...
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A transformation

When we shift our way of perceiving and thinking, our world responds to us differently. New patterns of perception will arise and express the creation of a new aspect of our potential. Shift the inner-workings of your body-mind and allow old learning, ‘wisdom’, to rearrange itself in a new way: A transformation. Feelings and emotions are our reactions to situation based upon the...
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Perception and Reality

“Our entire universe is energy vibrating waves of pure potential. The electromagnetic vibrations of our consciousness interact with the energetic potential that exists everywhere, as the life force, to collapse the waves and create matter. So the patterns of our minds create the form of our world. By simply observing the form, we influence it. We in turn are influenced by others. This...
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Culture vs Society

Culture vs Society, how we are cultured to pay attention to negative info and why bad news sell. Joseph Chilton Pearce, author and advocate of evolutionary child-rearing states in his book The Biology of Transcendence that play is important in one’s life and deplores the fact that as adults we make very little time to ‘play’ he ascribes this to cultural choice. He differentiates Culture...
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Turning Problems into Opportunities

”As you develop the strength of your personality, you prepare yourself to recognize opportunity, to pursue opportunity and seize it and build a self-image with which you are able to live — with your self-respect alive and growing.” Maxwell Maltz What do you imagine when you think of your future? Do you see the problems or do you see opportunities and successes? We are continually faced...
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