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Investing energy and time into the renewal of humanity through generosity, kindness and compassionate service.<br>Energy Health is about sharing content that explores every angle of our human system in an integrative way. We want to build bridges between the physical, emotional, mental, spiritual, subtle, causal, astral and universal levels of our energy system.  That means anything from Particle Physics, Medicine, Noetics, Astronomy and Martial Arts through to Yoga, Maths, Meditation, Quantum Medicine, Energy Psychology, Philosophy, Polarity Therapy, Biology, Geometry, Neuroscience, Hypnotherapy and Ayurveda.  You get the idea....there are no boundaries.......all is one....so lets start joining the dots. Namaste!
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Scientific Proof That Our Minds Are All Connected - The Multiples Effect

Scientific Proof That Our Minds Are All Connected - The Multiples Effect | Energy Health | Scoop.it
This may seem like a far out idea, but is it possible that our thoughts create fields of information that go into the Global Mind we share? Is it possible our thoughts might create "thought fields" that can interact with the thought fields of others?  There is a fascinating phenomenon i
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Nermeen Hassan's curator insight, March 4, 12:20 AM

We all live in one global  vivid thought field... 

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Mindfulness – Everyone Is Doing It

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There is change in the air. Across the globe, humans are waking up. More and more people are realizing the benefits of spending time every day in quiet contemplation, meditating and connecting to t...
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Language boosts invisible objects into visual awareness

New research suggests that language can both enhance and diminish the sensitivity of of vision

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The philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein famously said that, "the limits of my language mean the limits of my world," meaning that we can only understand the world through the language we use, and that if our language does not include words for some particular idea or concept, then that concept cannot exist for us. The relationship between language and thought is complex, which researchers continue to debate. Some, like Wittgenstein, argue that thought is dependent on language. Others point out that thought can occur in the absence of language, deaf people being an important case in point.

These arguments focus on the relationship between language and so-called "higher order" thought processes – our ability to evaluate and analyze, to conceptualize and understand. What about lower-order brain mechanisms, such as perception? New research provides evidence that language can influence these processes, so that hearing the name of an otherwise invisible object can enhance visual perception, boosting that object into our conscious awareness.


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Wildcat2030's curator insight, August 13, 2013 5:45 AM

go read..

Adilson Camacho's curator insight, August 13, 2013 6:43 PM

The question involves the scales and boundaries of places..

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How to Spread

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Conversations, not prescriptions or public relations, are the real game changers

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Mind Over Matter: Princeton & Russian Scientist Reveal The Secrets of Human Aura & Intentions

Mind Over Matter: Princeton & Russian Scientist Reveal The Secrets of Human Aura & Intentions | Energy Health | Scoop.it
A Russian scientist has been studying the human energy field and is claiming that people can change the world simply by using their own energy.
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The Shape of Spectacular Speech: An Infographic Analysis of What Made MLK’s “I Have a Dream” Great

The Shape of Spectacular Speech: An Infographic Analysis of What Made MLK’s “I Have a Dream” Great | Energy Health | Scoop.it
The poetics of presenting, or why beautiful metaphors are better than beautiful slides.

On August 28, 1963, Martin Luther King, Jr. rose
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Peer-to-peer health care is a slow idea that will change the world

Peer-to-peer health care is a slow idea that will change the world | Energy Health | Scoop.it

Someone recently asked me to name the most exciting innovation in health care today.

 

I think he was hoping for a sexy technology tip, like an app that's catching fire in the expert patient communities I follow.

 

Nope.

 

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: the most exciting innovation of the connected health era is … people talking with each other.

 

At the Pew Research Center we call it “peer-to-peer health care” and measure it with national survey data...


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Stephanie T Holland's curator insight, August 11, 2013 6:01 AM

Being written about in the mainstrea media ia a pretty exciting development that will bring it into mainstream consciousness. 

Arun Shrivastava's curator insight, August 25, 2013 4:14 AM

Why not P2P in healthcare? If one has a health problem, why don't we ask around? Form a group of humanists, experts, independent researchers, naturopaths, homeopaths.....just discuss. When the problem is identified, solution is easy to find. Just ask....it doesn't cost money to ask. I did it and saved my life.