Friday, May 6

Successful Words to get our full Attention

I love Kati !


One of her successful words
to get our attention is Ass-Hole

Published on Oct 15, 2015

One of Her prospective clients wrote...
Dear Kati, For most of my life, I have been walking on eggshells for everyone;
this includes bottling up and ignoring my emotions, feelings, and thoughts about everything.

Instead of understanding and accepting how I truly feel, and expressing myself appropriately, I keep my nose inside of a book. I never socialize and I rarely talk to anyone other than my therapist, mostly because I believe I have nothing to contribute. Are there any techniques or advice you can give me to help me understand who I am a little bit more? I’m told the answers are inside me, but I’m having trouble accessing that information.
Perhaps my pesky brain considers that my feelings classified? I love your videos. They helped me finally look into therapy. Keep up the excellent work!


Discussion on Metaphysics

Epic Roundtable Discussion on Metaphysics 1993.

Note that the beginning has a chit-chat warm up for a few minutes but then they get on to the topic thereafter.

Published on Nov 25, 2015
Recorded in 1993
(Sheldrake, Dyson, Dennett etc..)

Here’s an epic roundtable discussion on the fundamental questions.
It’s very long but stimulating as they pass on from one topic to another.
Some of the gentlemen are no longer with us.

Recorded in 1993 we can enjoy the pioneering ideas by Rupert Sheldrake. The discussion kept rising up as a fair and constructive.

At the table: Oliver Sacks, Rupert Sheldrake, Daniel C. Dennett, Stephen Toulmin, Freeman Dyson, Stephen Jay Gould. Moderator: Wim Kayzer.

Tipping, Corruption and Sleep ?


Don  1933.

Tipping, Corruption and Sleep ?

(Scientific Proof) - Believe in God in 5 Minutes

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Believe in God in 5 Minutes

(Scientific Proof)

The Lesson, Is not my Picture.
I'm only an Identity
Like the word "God"
We are all One with Him... in Us.

Published on Aug 2, 2014
Gerald Schroeder is a scientist with over thirty years of experience in research
and teaching.

He earned his Bachelor's, Master's, and Doctorate degrees all at the
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, with his doctorate thesis being under
the supervision of physics professor Robley D. Evans.

This was followed by five years on the staff of the MIT physics department
prior to moving to Israel, where he joined the Weizmann Institute of Science
and then the Volcani Research Institute, while also having a laboratory at The
Hebrew University.

His Doctorate is in two fields: Earth sciences and physics.

5:43 AM 5/05/16


Is Consciousness More than the Brain - Mind of God

May 5, 2016
Don Wesley 1933

Don Wesley 1933
The Creator
The Mind of God

Is Consciousness More than the Brain

Interview with Dr- Gary Schwartz 
Published on Oct 1, 2014

We at The Thunderbolts Project think that no truly coherent cosmology can fail to address human consciousness. As Wal Thornhill has written, "A real cosmology must be a broad and coherent natural philosophy. It may always be incomplete, based on our limitations, but to be valid there can be no exceptions in our experience. In particular, cosmology must address issues of life and the human condition. Therefore it must be a truly interdisciplinary pursuit."

Today, perhaps the ultimate unsolved mystery of human life is: how and why does consciousness exist? Although some scientific literature still acknowledges that the question remains open, the overwhelming consensus among neuroscientists today is that the brain alone creates conscious experience.
However, for decades, acclaimed scientists around the world have conducted research into consciousness that provides a very different picture. One of the most remarkable of these researchers is Dr. Gary Schwartz, professor of psychology, medicine, neurology, psychiatry and surgery at the University of Arizona and director of its Laboratory for Advances in Consciousness and Health. We asked Dr. Gary Schwartz for his thoughts on the mystery of consciousness.

Dr Schwartz's website:
Gary E. Schwartz, Ph.D., is Professor of Psychology, Medicine, Neurology,
Psychiatry, and Surgery at the University of Arizona, at the main campus in Tucson.
In addition to teaching courses on health and spiritual psychology, he is the Director of the Laboratory for Advances in Consciousness and Health.

Gary received his Ph.D. in psychology from Harvard University in 1971 and was an assistant professor at Harvard for five years. He later served as a professor of psychology and psychiatry at Yale University, was director of the Yale Psychophysiology Center, and co-director of the Yale Behavioral Medicine Clinic, before moving to Arizona in 1988.