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Consciousness and the collapse of the wave function (1hr 22min) - Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies

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Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies Consciousness and the collapse of the wave function (1hr 22min) Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies A public evening lecture held by the Australian philosopher David Chalmers on May 2nd,...
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Can You Read People's Emotions?

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Are you tuned in to the emotions of others? Or have you been accused of being insensitive?

 

If you are among those people who are mystified by moods, new research offers hope. A new study shows that certain types of reading can actually help us improve our sensitivity IQ. To find out how well you read the emotions of others, take the Well quiz, which is based on an assessment tool developed by University of Cambridge professor Simon Baron-Cohen.


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The “Reading the Mind in the Eyes Test” measures a person’s ability to understand others’ emotional states.

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Do the test to see how good you are at reading the emotion in others.

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Inspiration

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Be a wise soul owl never forgetting your oneness with Spirit; you'll travel light as a feather. #yoga #wisdom (Be a wise soul owl never forgetting your oneness with Spirit; you'll travel light as a feather.
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Scientists Closing in on Theory of Consciousness - LiveScience.com

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Several studies have shown that you can measure the extent of integration using brain stimulation and recording techniques.


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How Negative Energy Affects Your Life and How to Clear It

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You know that like attracts like, right? So here's the deal: Positive people are drawn to positive energy; negative people are drawn to negative energy. We tend to perceive negative energy as something other people have.
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Elon Musk: Artificial intelligence will be ‘more dangerous than nukes’

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Billionaire entrepreneur and inventor Elon Musk took to Twitter over the weekend to sound the alarm about the dangers of artificial intelligence, which he says could be more of a threat to humans than the nuclear era.
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Artificial Intelligence Means Goodbye Human Race?

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Will the advent of artificial intelligence mean humans will have to say goodbye to our species?


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What is the subconscious mind and how do you program it?

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by S. Ali Myers

What is the subconscious mind?  What does the subconscious mind do?  Your subconscious mind is your ultimate video, voice, and thought recorder.  From this lifetime and before, your subconscious mind has recorded everything that you’ve seen, heard, thought or experienced.

So why haven’t you heard more about the subconscious mind?  To this point, scientists and neuro-fanatics have been unable to explain what the approximately 90% of your brain that you don’t use does?   The subconscious mind exists within that 90% majority.  You can call it your higher self, god mind, conscious, or whatever supernatural tag you want to place on it.

The word subconscious is easily broken down.  Sub means below and conscious means awareness, so subconscious simply means that which is below your awareness or, what your are not aware of.

Are you aware of your heartbeat every second of every day?  What about your breathing?  How many times have you blinked your eyes today?  Do you consciously digest your food?  Most of us do not even chew our food consciously.  This is a subconscious action.

Have you ever been driving on the highway and got so lost in your thoughts or listening to music that you couldn’t even remember the last exit sign, how fast you were driving, or the fact that other drivers were around you?  That is because your mind was consciously thinking or listening to music and that all or most of its energy was focused on the music and you were subconsciously driving.  This means you were  driving solely by your mind’s retention and execution of the ability to maneuver a vehicle.  This is why young people are told to “pay attention to the road”.  Cliches are also a form of subconscious mind programming.

We use the automatic functions of our subconscious mind on a daily basis.  Mundane routines such as brushing your teeth, combing or brushing your hair (if you have any, unlike myself!), chewing gum, folding clothes, mowing the lawn, cleaning windows, washing dishes, vacuuming….I think you get the point.  Any activity that you have done repeatedly is planted prominently in your subconscious mind.  It is not by chance that repetition is one of the best ways to program the subconscious mind.  Ever wondered why you see the same commercials over and over?

Your subconscious mind is programmed by you, your family and friends, society and everything else outside of you.  Your subconscious mind does not discern between what is true or false.  Your conscious, or rational and reasoning mind does that.  The subconscious accepts everything.  That’s why it’s critical that you filter what is embedded in it.

We live in the information age and what you are aware of is vital in navigating this physical reality.  It’s all about being aware of the unaware.  Or conscious of the subconscious.  You are the center and god or goddess of your universe.  Everything is a perspective of your mentality or consciousness.  You can program yourself for happiness and success or let everything outside of  you program your mind with fear and  thoughts of failure.  Thoughts become things.  The choice lies with you.

In addition to deprogramming and reprogramming negative subconscious thoughts, you can install positive programs.  Here are a couple practical techniques that you can use to program your subconscious mind for the better.

Tip:  Use an alpha wave binaural beat (brainwave entrainment) to help program your subconscious mind.

Techniques for programming your subconscious mind:

1. Positive Affirmations & Mantras – An affirmation is any statement that you affirm, or speak.  A mantra is an affirmation or phrase that is repeated over and over.  When you repeat a positive affirmation, it is eaten up by your subconscious mind making a lasting impression.  Some examples of positive affirmations that you can repeat are:

    “I am filled with peace, harmony and joy.”
    “My positive thoughts produce positive things.”
    “I love myself and everything that is around me.”

You can say affirmations for a set amount of time or quantity.  Also, try repeating them in your head throughout the day.  The more you say your positive affirmations, the better your results will be.  Try the provided affirmations or make up your own.

2. Create positive habits and routines – If you have a job, then you have developed a routine.  Your subconscious mind has accepted the fact that you will and must go to work.  This is because most people associate having a job with being able to live within society.  Knowing what you know now about your subconscious mind, you can begin creating habits and routines that will fuel your soul and ignite your spirit.

Create positive habits and routines like:

*  meditation
*  eating healthier (alkaline diet, vegetarian/vegan, replace a meal with a smoothie, drink more water etc.)
*  practicing marital arts or yoga
*  artistic expressions like painting, drawing, cooking, decorating, sculpting and such
*  keep a daily journal and/or dream journal

Eventually, any activity or practice you partake in will become second nature.  Remember, anything you try that may be difficult or awkward initially, will become easier with time and practice.


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It is so important to create positive habits and routines to feed our soul and passions. In doing so, we are supporting our personal goals, desires, and well being.

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Dance of devotion - The Hindu

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It's 6.30 p.m. The heady fragrance of fresh flowers, incense, camphor and sandalwood fills the air at the Ganapathy temple on Punnakkal Road, near Vazhapally Junction.
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Mobile Uploads - Light of the Self Foundation | Facebook

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Vishvam Vishnur Vashatkaro - Strided the three worlds in three steps

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BETWINE: Wearable Social Game for Health, Fitness and Devotion ...

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However, the additional layer of social gaming for health, fitness and devotion is what makes this wearable product a special one. Developed by ImLab Corporation, the idea behind the birth of BETWINE was to keep people in ...
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The 8 Myths About Emotions That Are Holding Us Back - Forbes

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As a society, we don't talk much about emotions. Conversations tend to focus more on what we're doing or what we're thinking.
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Electrode turns consciousness on and off | Science News

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Woman lost awareness, though appeared awake, when her brain was stimulated near an area called the claustrum. (How can the physical brain create subjective feelings?
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Thinking Machines: What Neuroscience and Artificial Intelligence Can Teach Us About Consciousness

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To the best understanding of modern medical science, you are a meticulously structured sack of volatile chemicals under pressure.
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Cultivating Empathy and Internal Awareness for Social Change

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Empathy for Social Change

Empathy is not new to the toolkit of social change or education, and it continues to be a common trope of encouragement.

Ashoka, one of the globally pioneering institutions for social change, has the need for cultivating empathy as core to its mission. “In this new world, empathy is one of the most important skills,” they state on a subsection of their website dedicated to the topic. “Every individual needs the skill of empathy to succeed.


Empathy is foundational to the ability to resolve conflict, to collaborate in teams, to align interests, to listen effectively and make decisions where there are no rules or precedents, to solve problems and drive change.”

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The Tinted Soul Reiki Circle in Fort Lauderdale

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Connect with the Divine Spirit, feel more centered, release fear, stress, and experience the love of a spiritual community right in your back yard! The Tinted Soul Reiki Circle in Fort Lauderdale meetup offers opportunities to connect with others on our spiritual journey. You do not need to have any Reiki experience to attend and those with all lev...

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10 Ways to Raise Your Vibrations

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All your thoughts and feelings are energy, and energy is vibration. Learn to Raise those Vibrations and watch your life change dramatically. (For starters.
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Truth About Consciousness and Spirituality: David Icke

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Waking from sleep: The causes of higher states of consciousness

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By STEVE TAYLOR—

Higher states of consciousness (HSCs) – or awakening experiences, as I prefer to call them – are moments of revelation, when we perceive reality at a heightened intensity. The world around us comes to life, and is filled with an atmosphere of harmony and meaning. A spirit-force seems to pervade all things, and the spaces between them, bringing everything into oneness.

We experience ourselves as part of this oneness too, and feel ecstatic or serene. At the highest intensity of awakening, we might feel that we’ve become one with the universe, and attain a state of complete fullness and perfection. The whole material world may dissolve away, into an ocean of spiritual radiance.

These experiences are sometimes associated with meditation, nature or psychedelic drugs, but what exactly is it that causes them? Why is it that the limits of our normal consciousness sometimes fall away, giving us access to a world of is-ness, beauty and meaning which is normally hidden from us?

Neuroscience generally believe that HSCs are caused by changes in brain activity. However, just because HSCs or awakening experiences appear to be associated with certain brain states, it doesn’t necessarily mean that the brain states produce the experiences. It could be the other way round – increased electrical activity in the frontal lobes, or less activity in the posterior superior parietal lobe, could just as easily be the result of higher states of consciousness rather than causes of them. These scientists may only be looking at the ‘footprints’ of the experiences, rather than the cause of them.

My view is that there are two basic types of awakening experiences, which have two distinct causes. The first type are wild, ecstatic experiences that happen when the normal homeostasis of our brain and bodies is disrupted. This is a ‘loophole’ which human beings have made use of throughout history. This is why there has always been a link between fasting and spirituality, for example. A prolonged lack of food appears to make the hold which ordinary consciousness has over us looser, and bring us closer to an awakened vision of the world. Fasting puts us ‘out of homeostasis’ by causing physiological changes, such as a lower level of blood glucose, higher levels of insulin and a lower body temperature.

Indigenous peoples often fast and deprive themselves of sleep as a preparation for rituals, dance and vision quests, using physical deprivation as a way of ‘purifying’ themselves. The Vision Quest was a spiritual exercise used by some Native American peoples as a way of building up spiritual power and communicating with spirits. The person would go to a solitary spot – often the top of a mountain – and stay there for up to four days, fasting and exposing themselves to the elements (usually wearing almost no clothes, even if the weather was cold). He or she would try to attain a state of complete attentiveness to their surroundings, since sacred powers might try to communicate with them at any moment. As a result, they might experience a higher state of consciousness (that is, higher than their normal low level higher state), with strong feelings of peace and a sense of connection to the natural world, and also be given special knowledge – such as a message or a new song or dance – from spirits.

In ancient Greece and – at a later time – throughout the Middle East and the Roman Empire, a large number of esoteric cults existed outside conventional religions. These ‘mystery cults’ were usually centered around particular gods, but rather than just worshiping them, the participants aimed to become one with the gods, or to be possessed by them. They fasted and went without sleep before ceremonies, and used a variety of other methods of disrupting homeostasis during them: they would take drugs, beat themselves, and dance frenziedly, so that they might be – in the words of the ancient philosopher Proclus, who observed the mysteries at first hand – “filled with divine awe.”

Pain can also be used as a way of inducing awakening experiences. We can see this in the long tradition of asceticism, for instance, which runs through all of the world’s religions and spiritual traditions. An ascetic is someone who deliberately denies his body’s needs, and inflicts pain and discomfort on himself, either through fasting, abstaining from sensual pleasures and comforts, or by physically beating or injuring himself. This sounds like sadism, and for some ascetics it probably was. It’s also likely that some ascetics were motivated by morbid self-hatred and neurotic feelings of guilt towards sex and other bodily processes, which made them want to punish themselves.

It goes without saying that inflicting pain on yourself, or forcing yourself to go without sleep or food, are hardly ideal ways of transcending ordinary consciousness. Although some ascetics apparently managed to continue torturing themselves for years and even decades, there’s obviously a very high risk of seriously injuring yourself, or dying of self-neglect. Aside from the famous ascetics like St Simeon Stylites and Henry de Suso, there were probably many others who followed similar practices but didn’t live long enough to gain any recognition. As a short term spiritual technology asceticism is fairly futile anyway; you might gain a brief glimpse of a higher reality but this only lasts as long as the chemical changes that the pain and suffering have produced inside you. Your body always returns to homeostasis, and you always have to return your constricted normal consciousness.

There must be easier ways of ‘disrupting the equilibrium’ than fasting, sleep deprivation or pain – and there are. If we know that all an ascetic is really doing by torturing himself is changing his normal chemistry, then surely, you might say, it’d be more sensible to just interfere with this chemistry directly – by taking drugs, for example, which would give us the same effect but wouldn’t involve any self-harm.

Human beings have always used drugs as a means of intensifying or altering consciousness. The early Indo-European conquerors of India worshiped their drink Soma, which most scholars believe was made from magic mushrooms; while the initiates of the Greek Eleusinian mysteries used a psychoactive drink called kykeon. Indigenous peoples often use drugs for spiritual purposes too: Native Americans ingest sacred plants such as fly-agaric mushrooms and peyote, while the Australian Aborigines have a powerful form of tobacco called pituri. In the right circumstances – and the right state of mind – psychotropic drugs can, it seems, take our minds out of the ‘mold’ of ordinary consciousness, and give us access to wider and more intense realities.
Intensifying Life-Energy

The second type of awakening experiences are more serene and calm states which occur when our life-energy (or vitality) becomes more intensified. Normally there’s a continual outflow of our life-energy – it’s used up through mental activity (such as cognition, concentration and perception) and through our emotions and instincts. But sometimes, when we’re relaxed, fairly inactive and our minds are quiet, this outflow or energy decreases. Life-energy becomes concentrated inside us, which generates an awakening experience.

This is why meditation often generates spiritual experiences. When we sit down to meditate, we take ourselves off the treadmill of daily tasks and activities for a while, and sit quietly and close our eyes, so that we don’t use up much life-energy through concentration and perception. Our ‘thought-chatter’ slows down too, and we normally become free of emotional activity and sexual desire. As a result, after meditation there is an inner concentration of our life-energy, it’s concentrated and intensified rather than dispersed and dissipated.

We can see meditation is a conscious attempt to build up an intensification of life-energy and so generate awakening experiences, but there are many situations when this happens spontaneously. This is the reason why nature is such a powerful trigger for awakening experiences, for example. The beauty of nature may have a similar effect to a mantra in meditation, directing attention away from the chattering of the ego-mind. Cognitive activity may fade away, until life-energy intensifies, bringing a sense of inner peace and wholeness and heightened awareness of the phenomenal world.

Sports can trigger awakening experiences too. This is particularly true of sports which involve long periods of monotonous rhythmic activity, such as long distance running or swimming. The activity itself serves as a focusing device, and quietens the chattering ego-mind. Similarly, the poet Ted Hughes often experienced a meditative state while fishing. He notes how poetry depends upon the ability to intensely focus the mind, and believes that he acquired this ability through fishing. He describes the effect of staring at a float for long periods: “All the nagging impulses that are normally distracting your mind dissolve… once they have dissolved, you enter one of the orders of bliss. Your whole being rests lightly on your float, but not drowsily, very alert.”

This may also be part of the reason for connection between sex and spiritual states. The sheer pleasure of sex can shift our attention away from the ego-mind, which may fall silent as a result, bringing what D.H. Lawrence described as “the strange, soothing flood of peace which goes with true sex.” At the same time, sex may release new energy inside us, energy which is normally dormant but can arise and shoot through us like electricity.


HD Versus ILE States

As sources of awakening experiences, ILE (intensification of energy) states have certain advantages over HD (homeostasis disruption) states. The latter have more physical and psychological risks. Drug experiences (and other HD states) produce a powerful blast which immobilizes the ego, and if this blast is regularly repeated the ego structure may dissolve, and never be able to re-form itself.

In a sense, HD experiences are only really a shortcut too. It’s as if we’ve just stumbled on a defect in the mechanisms of consciousness, a kind of legal clause which gives us a quick and easy way of escaping ordinary consciousness, and are exploiting it. You could compare it to schoolchildren tricking their teacher into leaving the room so they can enjoy a few minutes of freedom while she’s away – but the teacher always comes back again, of course, and then everything goes back to normal. On the other hand, ILE states can bring about permanent change in a more organic and positive way. They can change the structure of the psyche without damaging it, and gradually create a new state of being, so that wakefulness becomes not just a temporary experience, but a permanent state.

This isn’t to demean the importance of higher states of consciousness induced by drugs or other HD states. They can come as a bolt out of the blue, breaking through the familiar, taken-for-granted world and making us aware that higher realms of reality do exist. For some people, their first experiences of psychedelics might have the same effect as experiencing flashes of normal complete vision would have on a man who’s been partially blind all his life without realising it. The powerful transcendent reality they’ve been exposed to may also bring about a change in their personality, at least over the following months, and perhaps even years. It might make them more humble, less materialistic or egotistical, and give them a sense of security or hope, making them aware that the world is more meaningful and harmonious than they had believed.

For many people, drug-induced awakening experiences have been the beginning of a spiritual journey, encouraging them to investigate Eastern spiritual traditions or more reliable and healthy consciousness-changing practices. This is what happened to the Harvard professor Richard Alpert, for example, who was one of the pioneers of research into psychedelics. He conducted experiments with psilocybin at Harvard University with Timothy Leary in 1962, and continued studying the effects of psychedelic even after he was expelled from the university. However, Alpert quickly became disillusioned with drugs, doubting that they could lead to permanent change, and traveled to India, where he learned yoga and meditation and took the name Ram Dass. He has spent the rest of his life exploring spiritual practices and teachings and spreading the wisdom he has found.

On the other hand, using drugs as a spiritual technology may create a passive attitude, and a reluctance to make the long term disciplined effort which permanent transformation requires – as was the case with Ram Dass’ colleague Timothy Leary, whose pursuit of ‘chemical enlightenment’ degenerated into a life of self-indulgence. As the religious scholar Huston Smith put it, “Drugs appear to induce religious experiences: it is less evident that they can produce religious lives.”

STEVE TAYLOR is the author of The Fall, Making Time and Waking From Sleep: Why Awakening Experiences Occur and How to Make them Permanent. Eckhart Tolle has described Waking From Sleep as “one of the best books on spiritual awakening I have come across. An important contribution to the shift in consciousness that is happening on our planet.” Waking From Sleep (Hay House, 2010) is available from all good bookstores. Steve lives in Manchester, England and is a lecturer at Leeds Metropolitan University. His website is www.stevenmtaylor.com.

 


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Mind and matter: tensions between the body and the soul - Irish Times

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Consciousness and Bliss: Shiva Mantras - Om Namah Shivaya, So Ham and Upanishad Prayer by Music for Deep Meditation

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