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Comments29/04/2017 #13 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#11 all received thank you @Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman!29/04/2017 #11 Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman#9 #10 Sending hugs your way, @Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.. ❤️ 💛 💚29/04/2017 #10 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.@Franci Eugenia Hoffman, the networking and spotlights Bee! Thank you!!!29/04/2017 #9 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.@Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman, if no one told you this today yet: "YOU are AWESOME in every WAY". Thank you so much to put the spotlights on all our bees, you are the BEST.
- Producer30/04/2017Beauty and the BrainIt's no wonder Mid-life can hit some of us harder than others. Let's face it, many of us gain weight in places we can't hide, new wrinkles appear at a higher rate of frequency and for many women, their boobs also expand like balloons. Sometimes I...
Comments30/04/2017 #7 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher#6 Im afraid of surgeries too. For the last 4 weeks ive been working out 4-5 days a week but Im not seeing great results. I have concluded that I just need to embrace each day and not worry about my perception of me. Good for you @🐝 Fatima G. Williams View more#6 Im afraid of surgeries too. For the last 4 weeks ive been working out 4-5 days a week but Im not seeing great results. I have concluded that I just need to embrace each day and not worry about my perception of me. Good for you @🐝 Fatima G. Williams, beach bods without a care united! 😘✌🍸 Close30/04/2017 #4 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher#2 I have to agree Brian. I think men have the added pressure of looks to a certain degree too. Think of the 'hair transplant' commercials, viagra, 6 pack abs etc... so you're right, there are societal pressures on both men and women. I would like to say women are harder on themselves but I think men can be just as hard on themselves, they just don't share it out loud like we women do. Not all women are money driven and not all men are driven to women because of exterior beauty. Social Media and TV add so much more pressure though!30/04/2017 #3 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher#1 I thought she looked just fine before her surgery too @Gloria 🐝 🐾 💫 ☕ Ochoa. I didn't realize young gals are dying their hair to look older, that is funny in an odd way. Just when I think I have things partially figured out, they change again. I'm with you on the hair, that's one thing I'm not ready for... total gray! This will sound gross but when I see liposuction and how they jam that tube in and out it makes me weak at the knees which goes to your thought, the long term effects? At some point these women will have to accept that they are growing old and it may be a very rude awakening. I always tried to teach my daughter to focus on her strengths and and also great emphasis was put on how we treated others but there's no getting past the teen angst so many girls go through. I see the beauty of her personality shine now, which makes me happy!30/04/2017 #2 Brian McKenzieSociety places value of women on beauty and of men on money - when you hit the Wall / or go Bust - appropriately, society is done with you. Off to the next binge worthy widget for social fodder and entertainment. Live fast, die young, leave a beautiful corpse - it ever was such.30/04/2017 #1 AnonymousShe was (still is) pretty before all that surgery! We put too much emphasis on youth. Do I wish I looked younger or firmer or didnt have a few laugh lines? Yeah...I do sometimes. (eh hem...I get a little help from Loreal in the hair department--have you seen that kids are dying their hair gray, white, silver because they want to look older? Oh..that makes me laugh! ) I think it is all society making us feel bad about growing (hopefully) more wiser, more skilled and more empathetic to those that have not learned the lessons one acquires as they grow another year older. ;) I dont quite understand the shifting of "fat' from one spot to another like companies move departments around the office. Im sure in a few more years there will be medical health issues cropping up because of it. Love this post...we could chat so much on this one for sure.
- Producer26/04/2017Earth TLCQuilted clouds above A thirsty earth begs for tears Rivers in cradlesCheers!-Franci Eugenia Hoffman beBee.com - It's a way of life. Welcome to my hives- Hive Talk-Featured hives Hive Talk Bee respectful Respectfully Yours...
Comments30/04/2017 #7 Andy TadakamallaWith permission from Franci, here is my addition to her poem. How's that for a crowd sourced poem! :) Well two is not a crowd but 3 is company and 4 is a crowd.
Quilted clouds above
A thirsty earth begs for tears
Tears not from the silently weeping
Who are raped, gassed, beaten, unfed, suppressed
But tears that flow unbidden from
The grateful eyes of those who received love
Tears that flow from those who are overwhelmed
By the kindness of a few good souls
Tears that roll down to wash the feet of Mother Earth
For all the kindness and love that is bestowed between people on earth.
It is those tears that the Earth begs.29/04/2017 #4 Tausif MundrawalaThirsty earth beg for tears. I am still trying to escape from this beautiful words created by you. Your poem made me to visit this buzz once more. Exceptionally well written. So much was said in this brief beautiful poem.
Words are still ringing in my ears. You are an exceptional poet my friend, @Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman
- Producer29/04/2017Fear is a Terrible RoommateFor many years, I kept the details of my personal life to myself. I never wanted that vulnerability to show, because in the world I grew up, the mantra was show no weakness; show no mercy.There are millions of people in the world who share the same...
Comments29/04/2017 #9 Hervé SabattierFear isn't that terrible... As all emotions, it's a question of knowing how to tame it. Fear, sadness and joy are my preferred ones and I try to avoid pain and anger as much as I can. I didn't know disgust that I experiencing at the moment. Suprisingly, it's more tasty than I was expecting...29/04/2017 #6 Robert BookerGreat story. We all live in fear at one time or another. Letting the light in is not an easy task. Fear continues to knock on my walls asking to be let back in. At 70-year-old, I struggle to lock fear out. Fear of not getting this new business going, fear of dying, fear of my wife dying, and so on. As a Christian Minister, I should not have those fears, my faith should run fear off screaming to be left alone. Your writings has helped me look fear in the eyes of my mirror again, and move toward the light. Thanks29/04/2017 #5 Shelley Brown@Donna Wood I don't even have adequate words for how much this story pierced my soul. I shook my head with understanding, held my breath with relatability and tears of hope and sadness welled up in my eyes. Beautifully written piece. Hits very close to home. It's amazing how "awful" can be comforting when it's what you know. The light is becoming my roommate more and more. I would love to kick that wall of fear to crumbles! Thank you for your honesty.29/04/2017 #4 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#3 perfect! thank you, you as well @Donna Wood!29/04/2017 #2 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.true, I rather share my room with the loving version!
- Producer29/04/2017The Ripples from Ideas PebblesI was in the process of writing this buzz with another direction till the disruptive thinker CityVP Manjit published a buzz. Reading Manjit's buzzes and comments are always like to cause a disturbing effect to the mind. Disturbance may lead to...
Comments30/04/2017 #28 Ali Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#27 Thanks @siraj shaik- The fourth dimension- the timespace dimension- is a wonderful idea to undertake. The capacity of a system as determined by a 3-dimensional place is the intriguing embedded idea in your comment. In fact, I am writing a buzz on same topic soon. You are a mind-reader my friend.30/04/2017 #27 siraj shaik#26 hope someone pick points to ponder from @Jeet Sarkar's comment. "Linear (two dimensional) and Spherical (three dimensional)".. and focusing on the valuable term "fractals" (high-lightened by @Milos Djukic) has something with time if that's taken as fourth dimension.. can it give ways in for some sort of disruptive results.30/04/2017 #26 Ali Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#21 @Jeet Sarkar- thank you and I enjoy the idea of spherical minds. Yes, we are mainly bodies of water and our bodies are the container. It is up to us what to feill these waters with. WE have many choices, and it is up to to decide what choices to make.30/04/2017 #22 Ali Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#18 @Sara Jacobovici- there are so many definitions of creativity. Your comment inspires me with a new one. This is from this part of your comment " reminds me of the issues related to the blood-brain barrier. One of the medical developments is that there are now medications that can pass through the blood-brain barrier".It is finding barriers and crossing them is the new definition. SO many examples are flowing in my mind or say I feel the ripples of ideas falling on the waters of my mind. Where is there a barrier there exists the opportunity for creative thinking. Thank you dear Sara for the inspiration.30/04/2017 #21 Jeet SarkarEverything we found creative is generally generated by spherical minded people in this virtual world! Because a linear line of thinking doesn't allow you to back at the origin point again to rethink the matter! 78% of water is present in our brain, a dielectric medium, i think this is one of the reason why our brain give rise to certain creative thinking! As we also know that our body constitutes around 76% of water but as compared to body brain is too small! Thank you sir @Ali Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee for sharing such a lovely post !29/04/2017 #20 Tausif MundrawalaI agree with you that all pebbles are not same neither the water where it can create a rippling effect. What you sow so shall you reap. Bacteria working in tandem with ideas worth reflecting upon would create productive results. I think the best example would be a meeting of business partners where a partner discusses an idea to take the business ahead where other partners keep their point forth. The partner who discussed this idea would get constructive feedback and the disruption causes to come up with an idea which would be more fruitful one.
Again a mind rippling idea to pen this buzz, Sir @Ali Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee29/04/2017 #19 Sara Jacobovici@Ali Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee, so many ripples, so many ideas! I can only grab onto one of them from my first reading of your buzz and that is the discussion of the parts and whole. You write, "Understanding the parts may not lead to the understanding of the whole." As synchronicity would have it, I had just finished commenting on @Ian Weinberg's buzz about having started to read Kurt Goldstein's The Organism, today. Goldstein writes that we can learn about parts from the whole but can never know the whole from looking at the parts.29/04/2017 #18 Sara Jacobovici#16 #17 This discussion gentlemen, @Ali Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee and @CityVP 🐝 Manjit, reminds me of the issues related to the blood-brain barrier. One of the medical developments is that there are now medications that can pass through the blood-brain barrier. This is considered an advancement because the field of medicine has decided that there are certain elements that the brain needs and were prevented from entering, and now they can. My naive question is, why were they prevented from passing into the brain in the first place. I haven't researched this enough to speak of the benefits (of which I am sure they do exist), I can only speak from the point of view of witnessing what effects this had had on my mom; so far, she doesn't seem to like the effects of what happens when she takes medication that crosses the blood-brain barrier.29/04/2017 #17 Ali Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#16 Thank you for your very informative comment and links @CityVP 🐝 Manjit. I recall once that I wrote that negative thinking is a kind of bacteria in our brains. Let me start with a quote "Microbial communities are found at many different sites on the human body, including nasal passages, oral cavities, skin, gastrointestinal tract, and urogenital tract. These commensal microbes shape the immune and metabolic status of the host and play important roles in human health and disease. The brain is one organ that has been assumed to be sterile in the healthy host, but this is probably not true – apparently we have bacteria in our brains"!
This is consistent with your comment. As for bacteria in the brain apparently there are. I personally have always wondered how our brains have 78% of their weight water and with no bacteria! Whether yes or no, we do have negative attitudes and thinking that do. One last point- bacteria whether present in the brain or not they still affect the digestive systems, which is in turn linked to the brain. We humans may send the wrong and harmful like-bacteria resulting from our senses to the brain. If we are hurt by our senses, which feed the brain, them indirectly we are hurting the brain.29/04/2017 #16 CityVP 🐝 ManjitIf we suggest that "we are what we eat" so let me start from this point :
What helps us with what what we eat are our gut bacteria. Now the one place I don't want bacteria to enter is my brain. Scientists don't know if brain bacteria is a good thing, at least those found in glia cells but generally it is not a good thing to have bacteria circumvent the brain's protective environment.
At the same time new evidence points to a much more complex relationship between the gut and the brain then previously assumed. Previous assumptions were based on medical practice that separated brain experts from gut experts. It is only in recent times that work has begun to bring these two groups of specialists together, and so their findings are tertiary and the field is nascent, but the change is significant, because it moves us towards an integrated view of health, rather than a division of specialisms that previously would not see the connection as relevant.
So it is that we now are open to new questions, whose answers are only now being tested and explored
As technologists map the human brain for the purposes of artificial intelligence, brain specialists are obtaining new information from the brain from partners that were not in the brain game before and that includes those in the artificial intelligence community and other medical practitioners such as gut experts. We know for now that there is a relationship between our neural pathways and how micrbiome can communicate with it, but the full ramifications of that are still being studied. It is autism research which propelled movement to a more holistic response to the gut-brain relationship.29/04/2017 #15 Ali Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#14 What amazes me @Joyce 🐝 Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBee is that some people use many terms such as viral marketing and then I read objections on same. Sometimes I find the presence of bodies in huge numbers are conduit indeed. See how trees communicate through the earth greatest web of algae. I am just searching for possibilities.29/04/2017 #11 Ali Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#10 Just a question out of the billion users of mobile phones how many understand the science behind it? The best theory is an applied one and the users are sometimes find better applications than the originator. I wonder even how some artists applied fractal design and paintings even before Mandelbrot and others knew any thing about fractals! Does knowledge spoil us sometimes? A worthy topic on its own @Harvey Lloyd29/04/2017 #10 Harvey Lloyd#9 Science is a wonderful thing. We can deconstruct something and generalize that information for future use. There is another science of application that is equally exciting, the science of application
Not to discount basic science but rather to show that the shovel was/is a wonderful tool of efficiency in the hands of skilled folks
Truly a very over simplified view. I am always fascinated by those who take the ordinary and do extraordinary things. Without understanding the science.29/04/2017 #9 Ali Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#8 Absolutely correct @Harvey Lloyd in that the whole is greater than the parts. In complexity science we know this is very true. This is why leaving out some parts can be mistaken. A minor component might make the big differences later on. Complex systems aren't subject to the Newtonian thinking.
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- 29/04/2017TITLES AND LABELS
The list of the beBee ambassadors is getting longer every month. According to the last update, the list contains 152 names.
Some of them have added ‘Brand Ambassador’, or various versions of this title, to their profile names. Some have added ‘Brand Ambassador’ as the position they currently cover, for reasons to be visible bellow the profile name, although it’s not an official job title.
Others left the profile name as it was before, and they can’t be identified as the brand ambassadors.
Is there a need for a unique beBee label in the form of a flag or icon? How about adding this label to other social media profiles?
Comments30/04/2017 #10 Lada 🏡 Prkic#9 Pascal, I see that you added the ambassador title to your profile at the end of the experience field, among other commitments, and not as the current job (which is not actually). I like this approach and could apply it to my profile. As for rejecting labels, that’s why I ask questions and put the post title, Titles and Labels.30/04/2017 #9 Pascal DerrienI can understand why some may and some may not I don't, partially because I have always refused labels and never defined even myself by my employer (the one that pays the bills).
In my case I also have multiple interests.... the ambassador title it is on my profile where it needs to be ...among other exciting commitments. Also the thing is am not an employee ,otherwise I think it is a bit one dimensional....and naïve (almost)30/04/2017 #8 Lada 🏡 Prkic#5 Thanks for commenting, Daniel. I was thinking of adding this title to my beBee profile. Although I agree with you, it looks a little odd to me if the title not added manually by beBee staff. By the way, what's the difference between the Global Brand Ambassador and Brand Ambassador?
I always ask questions. I put it down to "déformation professionnelle". 😊30/04/2017 #6 Lada 🏡 Prkic#2 I will, Javier! But this is something the ambassadors doing by themselves and in various ways on beBee, otherwise they wouldn’t be recognized as brand ambassadors. It gives the impression that those who haven’t done it yet, are less proud of the received title and don’t take it seriously30/04/2017 #5 Daniel Gutierrez Perez🐝I think adding "Global Brand Ambassador" to your beBee profile is not a bad idea, the only thing I see wrong is to include "Global Brand Ambassador" or similar next to your name.
Ex. Martin Gomez 🐝 beBee Ambassador
As it is less pleasant, but include it to your profile, although it is not a real job title, it reads very cool and helps many to take seriously the role of ambassadors, is to put on the shirt
Although yes, until in beBee there is something that differentiates the ambassadors of other users, you will see similar adhesions in many profiles.
Ah and my profile looks very cool with the legend "Global Brand Ambassador"30/04/2017 #4 Lada 🏡 Prkic#1 Yes, like all of us, Gloria! But what about adding this title to your beBee profile? Many people have “VIP” status as a reward of being active users. This is something added manually by beBee stuff. But there is no flag or icon for the ambassador status. Is there a need to label the user status?29/04/2017 #1 AnonymousIm pretty excited about my Ambassador title ! Makes me feel special and appreciated. I have added this title to my LinkedIn, Twitter, Pinterest, FB biz page and G+ and will be adding it to my IG and Email signature. Yes sir buddy! Pretty damn proud to be a #beBeeVIP ! @John White, MBA @Javier 🐝 beBee
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- Producer23/07/2016WHY I HATE TO WRITEJohn Lennon I think that a large majority of Americans (or at least certain overly influential demographic groups) have a misunderstanding of the 2nd Amendment to the United States Constitution (part of the first 10 amendments which are known as the...
Comments29/04/2017 #146 Maureen WixonHi Gerry, for sharing the insanity of what is becoming acceptable and insidiously seeping into our psyches, What struck me was what you shared about being a witness to such horror. While we learn to live with it, its impact can be brought up in any moment or decades later. Hope writing about the reality of gun violence from a personal experience was cathartic. Adding your personal trauma puts a face to the absurdity and the consequences. Thank you! Maureen25/04/2017 #145 Robert CormackEven as a Canadian, I see the 2nd Amendment as an old, worn, terribly abused piece of legislation that keeps so many Americans sleeping soundly because they have faith in their trigger fingers. No American should be able to own a gun unless they can at least spell amendment and understand that amendments are often afterthoughts. Knowing that afterthought is one word should also be a requirement of owning a gun, since cleaning up carnage is usually an afterthought of shooting people. Thanks for the post, @Gert Scholtz.16/04/2017 #144 Gerald Hecht#143 @Lyon Brave I'm more of an "It always seems to be now" type; but I think I see how it may seem otherwise...for instance; in examining the comments on this post in temporal order...it might seem to be an example of a historical record.
However (to me anyway) it has a different (but just as fascinating) existence when examined in reverse temporal order...or even a "sideways"or a completely random order.
The latter (random) order seems to impart an impression of manipulating a polished, "precious" gemstone, or even a glass prism and watching the patterns of light...both...
...refracted/reflected/projected in relation to some "tabula rasa"...
... as well as shimmering within...
...as they continually change and transform...
... in an extended/hypnotic present tense; always changing and...
...feeling like "now"04/04/2017 #141 Wafa El-Amrani@Gerald Hecht I understand, you never know who is crossing your way, judgemental, toxic?... just experiences/lessons, don't be affected! infected!
Never mind!... keep your good intentions intact and your positive energy high, that's the fuel of life!
Stay blessed :)04/04/2017 #140 Gerald Hecht#139 @Wafa El-Amrani yeah, it's probably always been true; I think that what's different right now...is thatvits one of those "zeitgeists" where actually standing up and speaking the truth is not only frowned upon...but make one the prey for whole villages armed with "pitchforks and torches"...and, for better or worse...I'm a "stand and deliver type"...not trying to rock the boat...but I happen to be in a boat at the time and it starts rocking...oh well.
I'm also a "I have no problem accepting responsibility for doing that type".
I'm more of a "I did my best to point out something that I feel is wrong --at an institutional level and scale...and when accused/questioned on having done so...use 'yeah, of course and now something similar is happening again over here' --as a rejoinder kind of person".04/04/2017 #139 Wafa El-Amrani@Gerald Hecht , Thank you !
What many people wants to ignore at this moment and time of our world is that they operate either from the soul or from the ego; it is indeed a free choice!
But being responsible of the consequences of their choice is a complete different story...04/04/2017 #137 Gerald Hecht#136 @Wafa El-Amrani yes, very true.
I miss him...I miss a lot of people, but we must appreciate them while they are here; and pay no mind to the people who we already know won't miss us; you know it's not really a matter of good etiquette or whatever --there are just really negative people out there --sociopaths and such; and they feed off of pushing yer buttons...being human, we all (well I can only speak for myself) ; I occasionally know that I've given them the pleasure of responding.
It's never pleasurable for me; just a precious energy usually!04/04/2017 #135 Gerald Hecht#134 @Thank you @Wafa El-Amrani...but I fear that my fate hath been sealed...someone asked "who among you shall cast the first stone?"
Now...after the first volley --I don't even reckon I know the direction from whence the 12 one embarked upon its journey to the jaw (fragmented and beyond repair)...which once held my teeth ...I chewed a repast not knowing it was the las...02/04/2017 #132 Wafa El-Amrani@@Gerald Hecht this article is very well written and your writing style is unique and enlightening. Unfortunately history is a common confusing subject that might lead to many misunderstandings, especially when people don't pay attention to the origin of the facts, either by forgetfulness or ignorance.
- ProducerThank You, Universe. Our Dreams Do Come True.dear bees,this is a special moment to me, so I posted this today on social media: #love #startup Yummie, I am taking off to serve YOU! Let me wish that each one of you has the courage to take bold risks and to choose for what you really want in...
Comments30/04/2017 #33 Yogesh SukalCongratulations @Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc. for your dream becoming reality
As I said in my one of poem,
Life - library within a library
And now going to write new chapter in your life.29/04/2017 #32 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#31 thank you @Susan 🐝 Rooks I look forward to your comments!29/04/2017 #31 Susan 🐝 Rooks@Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc., as Woody Allen once said, "80% of success is showing up" and you just did in a big way!
I'm heading over to your website to take a look!
And yes, this is a duplicate of my earlier message; there was a typo in it. Removed it, corrected the typo, and commented again.
I keep wishing we could edit our comments without having to remove them first.29/04/2017 #30 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#29 awe, thank you my friend @Qamar Ali Khan!29/04/2017 #29 Qamar Ali KhanWith all the happiest heart, All The Best @Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc. You'll make it, if I'm sure, then you must be more :-)29/04/2017 #28 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#27 that is so kind of you @Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman may the wondeful vibes that you sent to me return to you 1000 times stronger!29/04/2017 #27 Franci🐝Eugenia HoffmanCongratulations on following and fulfilling your dreams @Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc. Your website is outstanding and very professional. I wish you much success in all of your endeavors.29/04/2017 #26 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#25 well my sweetest angel bee, on my website I have added samples and yes would love to have a chat on my coaching philosophy with you second half of May, you are the kindest bee!29/04/2017 #25 Deb 🐝 HelfrichI wish you every success, @Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.! It would be great to have a chat, perhaps record a short video on your coaching philosophy, sometime in the second half of May.
My tip would be to add a few of your exquisite writing samples & your own quotes to your site, so that visitors interested in your services can really learn about your incredibly creative and touching way with language and stories. That is the why you will inspire people to work with you!29/04/2017 #24 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#23 thanks super sweetheart bee and soul star sister @🐝 Fatima G. Williams! Meet you soon in Dubai! Together with a friend.29/04/2017 #23 🐝 Fatima G. WilliamsThis is awesome sweet beBee @Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc. Your going for the stars. Keep Buzzing xo xo29/04/2017 #22 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#20 yes since I love what I do, fun is present thank you @Devesh 🐝 Bhatt!!!29/04/2017 #21 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#19 oh yes @Matt 🐝 Sweetwood, count on that!29/04/2017 #18 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#17 you are a rockstar @Susan 🐝 Rooks! Let me know what you think!29/04/2017 #17 Susan 🐝 Rooks@Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc., as Wood Allen once said, "80% of success is showing up" and you just did in a big way! I'm heading over to your website to take a look!29/04/2017 #16 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#15 fully agree on that @Chris 🐝 Guest Certified Prof.Accountant (SA), it is the right mindset that counts.29/04/2017 #14 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.#13 ;-) well noted @Chris 🐝 Guest Certified Prof.Accountant (SA), i have the mindset of an athlete (a runner)!
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Comments30/04/2017 #15 Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBee#11 I t is like humans have become so intellectual we have forgotten the gifts we have - gifts that bring us great ease, joy, love - that do not require mass consumerism or power over others to be fulfilled. Ithere are so many people on so many different paths, i wish that the journeys we take do lead to a higher consciousness that enables us to care for self, other and nature in better ways than we do now.30/04/2017 #14 Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBeeYes I agree @Cyndi wilkins and many people do not sense they have inner conflict as many of us were taught to suppress and control
Our senses and feelings. It is like being awakened when we discover how we are containing our energy and seperate human ourselves from
Life. It is liberating when we learn to allow our energy to flow, and express ourselves with all our capacities in the ways that we have been so gracefully endowed. #1129/04/2017 #13 Sara JacoboviciExciting work @Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBee. Appreciated reading your buzz and the great discussion your work has inspired. We are sensory beings and as such take everything in through that system. For me, the awareness of it all is overwhelming. That is why "intense" is one of my favorite words. But as long as I am more in the "awe" of it all (see @Ian Weinberg's buzz, A personal contribution to the Mind Buzz), I am enjoying the ride.29/04/2017 #12 Tausif MundrawalaSince the day I experienced the unannounced event of the collapse of the rear part of our building it changed my course of life. I have gained a sense of sensing danger and acting upon the word of my inner voice. Watching it in movies and experiencing oneself is a totally different experience. There are events and setbacks which changes one's life to the core that the senses which are now known were unknown earlier. Thanks for this excellent buzz my friend,@Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBee29/04/2017 #11 Cyndi wilkins"If we developed a new model of human development from a quantum and multiple intelligence framework, what would that look like?"
This brings to my awareness the need to expand our view of consciousness by creating flexibility in our thoughts about evolution thus far. Our current understanding is inadequate as it has been taught to us from the perspective of the five sensory human in physical form. In order to survive, we must a be able to evolve by developing an awareness of consciousness beyond the physical form to bring us into alignment with the basic principles of the universe. By that I am referring to the energy of thought projection...We are, in effect, the result of our intentions.
In terms of spirit, rage and fear kills...It is the energy of love that saves us...Emotion is a necessary element to our survival...Even if one were to sacrifice his or her life with the intention of saving another. Such an individual is considered the most highly evolved among us. Our collective view of power as external is in need of change. Whatever perception is dominant within the collective creates the projection that plays out before us. As MULTI-sensory humans, we possess the ability to shift perceptions in accordance with the larger perspective...The Big Picture as it were.
Unfortunately, the reality we are seeing playing out in our world today is rooted in fear. It is now time for each of us to face and transcend our deepest fears by bringing our inner conflicts to resolution. In this way, we create a 'ripple effect' among the collective, serving as active participants in a massive collaborative effort to shift the consciousness of an entire species from that of anger and fear to embrace the healing energies of love. Together we can;-)29/04/2017 #6 Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBeeThanks @Ian Weinberg for sharing your medical knowledge in relation to the senses. This is greatly appreciated. I sense we are on the brink of many more different discoveries that will enable us to help ourselves in conversation with medical diagnostic for those who need such as interventions. #329/04/2017 #5 Ali Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBeeThe previous comments said almost all what I wanted @Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBee. I may add here tat humans fist develop their senses in the foetus and soon after birth. I believe it is the touch sense first and then the taste sense. I wonder if ther are up to 33 senses what would come next. We have here the "Senses Tree". NOt all people grow identically and I wonder if our senses aren't the same. We share the same senses, but we aren't the same. The bifurcation of senses! You wrote "...with a focus on tuning in and reading our multi-sensory intelligence. We are having some amazing results". Your approach is correct for the sensory system is a complex one and we need a wholistic thinking for any complex system. Very interesting buzz and sharing29/04/2017 #4 Ian Weinberg@Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBee Further to the questions you raise - Indeed I see great value in reducing the 'noise' of subjectivity insofar as the filtering of sensory information is concerned. Directing attention to the 'pure' sensed/perceived entity will contribute enormous value to re-building from the bottom, upwards. From this space, new experiences and more authentic subjective beliefs will inevitably evolve.29/04/2017 #3 Ian Weinberg@Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBee The points that you raise go right to the heart of this thing called 'Human consciousness'. In the conventional biomedical model, there are five documented sensory systems based on 5 identifiable sense organs. Indeed, there are wide ranges of sensation within each sensory modality. The second component of this sensory experience are our higher cognitive function, incorporating our subjective world view as well as emotional function. It is shown conclusively that the subjective perception, incorporating emotion, plays a major part in the filtering and selection of sensory information. Thus the perception of sensory information incorporates a powerful intrinsic personal bias. Having said that, if we incorporate the evolving understanding of the 'nonlocality' feed, a whole new dimension opens up in regard to the sensory experience. The nonlocality component is a space in which entities of similar energy configurations interact or resonate with each, independent of time and space - instantaneously. This is no longer theoretical, but proven. It is feasible therefore that we receive a 'feed' and also transmit a unique footprint into this space. It follows then that our intrinsic neuropsychology can be triggered by resonant energy components from within this nonlocality milieu, adding a whole new dimension to the sensory experience. Thanks for inspiring.29/04/2017 #2 Deb🐝 Lange, Brand Ambassador @beBeeThanks for sharing @Laura d#1 - I agree 33 is overwhelming - but it is significant that we have overlooked our sensory capacities. I have been working with 12, one at a time and at the intersections of Senses in pairs and triads. This is not only manageable it has been amazingly successful in people rediscovering a sense of self to create fulfilment, release anxiety, release trauma etc. thete is so much still to be done in this area. Exciting times.29/04/2017 #1 Laura DonnellyWow Deb - what an interesting and thought provoking post. I will respond but I need to think a bit.... 33 senses... an interesting thought - the 12 corresponding to the 12 months also interesting and maybe more "manageable" -- the idea of 33 senses is almost like the "too much info from too many sources" you speak about.
For me a lot of being able to deal with multiple inputs has to do with listening to myself - requires quiet time. Sensing, feeling, observing - in Alexander Technique we primarily notice Ease - observing the ease in ourselves and what happens to the ease when we think about or do an activity. Noticing Ease actually heightens the sensations of other senses - sight, sound, taste, touch, smell ... but sometimes the heightening of the experience feels "unusual" or doesn't have the physical sensation that we normally associate with that sense. For me I describe it in terms of allowing the sensation to come in to me instead of me actively smelling or looking or tasting. Sometimes the act of doing pulls us too far out of ourselves and into the activity. Staying centered in myself by continually returning to what happens to the ease in me when I listen, taste, touch, etc. allows me to gather more accurate information and gives me space to understand before choosing to act or not act. This effectively short circuits the reaction path.
First impressions only - it will be interesting to see what others share here. The Global Resilience report was sad (might better be called un-resilience!)
- Producer28/08/2016A personal contribution to the Mind Buzz Introduction Contributors to the understanding of the concept of human consciousness represent a broad spectrum of individuals, each unique in their subjectivity. And while a diversity of subjectivity adds to the richness of the concept of...
Comments29/04/2017 #18 Tausif MundrawalaThe excellent part of your buzzes is to bring forth the medical terms in a simple language and after explaining the concept you present conclusions which seems as a great therapy to me. Which proves the fact that being a Neurosurgeon, you are an exceptional therapist. Only after diagnosing someone's problem we can come to a helpful conclusion. Your buzzes transports me to that world where you have always been an expert. I have to read and sometimes reread carefully in order to grasp the worthiness of your buzzes.
You are an excellent therapist and a great problem solver, @Ian Weinberg29/04/2017 #16 Sara JacoboviciI continue to find your posts "awesome" @Ian Weinberg. I appreciate how you are able to organize complex ideas in such a user friendly way. The only part that I need to go over a few more times before I am able to articulate what it is I am not quite in agreement with, is your definition of "Belief". I'd like to share a couple of things I came across today that I found interesting. One, (I paraphrase); Death is a fact, but how we deal with this fact is subjective. Two, I started reading Kurt Goldstein's The Organism and found Oliver Sacks forward very much in the spirit of the work I have read by you.29/04/2017 #9 Cyndi wilkins"Intrinsic neural activity is driven by sensory input, intrinsically stored information, the generated neuro-electric field as well as by probable resonance with other entities within the energy dimension."
"All of our thoughts are working together to create what we experience as our physical world; The thoughts that are dominant create the projection."
I believe it was Albert Einstein who said that...and he further stated that had he not come up with his theory of relativity, somebody else would have because it was an 'idea' whose time had come....Interesting....So whose idea was it??? His....Or a collective consciousness that he had managed to tap into as a result of his beliefs at the time...
“Everything is energy and that’s all there is to it…Match the frequency of the reality you want and you cannot help but create it; This is not philosophy, this is physics” I believe Albert was considered to be quite daft during his time...Perhaps because he was so far ahead of his 'Time.'
"The day science begins to study non-physical phenomena it will make more progress in one decade than in all of the previous centuries of its existence."
~Nikola Tesla29/04/2017 #8 Cyndi wilkins"The understanding of the concept of human consciousness represent a broad spectrum of individuals, each unique in their subjectivity...The inflexibility of some individuals to respect, consider and evaluate the authentic views of others on the subject, impedes the evolution towards a collective understanding of the concept."
@Ian Weinberg....I encounter these individuals every time I broach the subject of conscious memory existing beyond physical form...Most of these individuals are scientists or have very deep religious roots and seem to find it troublesome that the 'commoner' or 'lay person' could achieve a higher conscious state that has taken them years to 'physically cultivate' having gone through extraordinary lengths of study and practice within the 'physical realm.' I am told my concepts are not possible as they are not in accordance with what Sages of various disciplines have passed down to us through millenia.
To that end I am further informed that consciousness cannot exist without physical form and cannot do the things I have suggested...To that I would suggest we create within the landscape of our lives that which is accordance with OUR beliefs...NOT the beliefs of others...Their experiences are unique to their own version of the world as THEY know it...Our individual experiences are meant to serve as a guide through the evolutionary process of expanded awareness...and that means ALL of us...Certainly not just a chosen few.29/04/2017 #6 Yogesh SukalI read this article long back,
http://www.sciencealert.com/consciousness-could-be-a-result-of-entropy-say-researchers View moreI read this article long back,
And couldn't digest the thought of consciousness is being side effect from brain, it might have some effect to evolve it but not as source of its origin. Just like artificial intelligence can evolve itself but it has to be created.
And if it is side effect of brain, then I wonder how the living beings like jellyfish survive without brain and consciousness then.
@David B. Grinberg @Gerald Hecht @CityVP 🐝 Manjit thoughts?
Thank you so much for sharing this thoughtful buzz #1 Close03/12/2016 #3 Lisa 🐝 GallagherA lot of food for thought and thank you for explaining consciousness @Ian Weinberg. I agree couldn't agree more with this statement, "These include: gratitude for the experience of life and its blessings as emanating from the source files of creation; respect, sensitivity and empathy for others - since we all are connected in the timeless-spaceless zone; calmness and trust in acknowledging that we are small but unique components in an awesomely vast system" Sensitivity and empathy play a major role in many relationships whether they are personal or professional!03/12/2016 #2 Gert Scholtz@Ian Weinberg A super post on one of the big questions of life - what is consciousness? I find it fascinating that neuro-electrical activity takes place a few milliseconds before a conscious decision. Which may lead to another big question - the existence and extent of free will. Or as someone said: "My will is free but my won't is not". The emotional tags you refer to overlaps with what Antonio Damasio calls the somatic moment/memory. A thought provoking read - thanks Ian.
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Comments30/04/2017 #11 Ali Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBeeSImply your best buzz and I enjoyed reading it with sorrow filling my heart for the father and his loss. You reminded me dear @debasish majumder of my brother who passed away because of brain tumor. Life is chaotic and who she picks to test is her choice30/04/2017 #10 Ali Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee"By losing his only endearing son, Anirban is engulfed with immense pain. He is champion of solving mathematical problems, but, in real life he is entirely flummoxed by the mysterious game of life, not knowing at all how to solve such complex problems". Agret read29/04/2017 #8 Liesbeth Leysen, MSc. Brand Ambassador beBee, Inc.mmmmm it is terrible that the son died, and this happens in reality, we really must enjoy the now and make the best of it @debasish majumder