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The Music Of Poligraf : The Dam part 4

(Daniel-Johnson's Manic 5 dam in Quebec, Canada - photo by Pierre cb)

Part 4 of The Dam is entitled simply “Dam.” In the storyline, this is when the obstacle is recognized and the necessity of dealing with it is…


Added by Christopher Stewart on August 10, 2009 at 9:54pm — No Comments

Music can affect the way of our facial expressions

Found in Neuroscience Department

Music can be thought of as a form of emotional communication, with which the performer conveys an emotional state to the listener. This "language" is remarkably powerful - it can evoke strong emotions, and make your heart race or send tingles down your spine. And it is universal - the emotional content of a piece of music can be understood by anyone, regardless of cultural background.

Are the emotions evoked by piece of music similar… Continue

Added by Theonesoul on August 10, 2009 at 8:25pm — 1 Comment

We see what we wante to see

Found in Neuroscience Department and want to share with you

People who place an emphasis on positive things and are generally optimistic are sometimes said to "see the world through rose-tinted glasses". According to a new study by Canadian researchers, this is more than just an idiom. The study, which has just been published in the Journal of Neuroscience, provides the first direct evidence that the mood we are in affects the way we see things by modulating the activity… Continue

Added by Theonesoul on August 10, 2009 at 8:23pm — 1 Comment

Brain's representation of an ambiguous object

Optical illusions can tell us much about the functioning of the brain's visual system. They work because the visual system reconstructs stimuli not according to how they actually are, but by making certain assumptions about their properties in order to fill in the gaps and It is unclear exactly how this illusion works, but it probably has something to do with the brain's representation of an ambiguous object

so i looked for more infos and i found this article below in Neuroscience On… Continue

Added by Theonesoul on August 10, 2009 at 8:19pm — No Comments

The left brain/ right brain myth

The left brain/ right brain myth

Article by Neuroscience Department

This "right brain vs left brain test" from the Herald Sun is doing the rounds on the internet today. The article contains the so-called "spinning silhouette" optical illusion (below), and states that if you see the the dancer rotating in a clockwise direction "you use more of the right side of your brain and vice versa."

You've probably heard… Continue

Added by Theonesoul on August 10, 2009 at 7:19pm — 4 Comments

'Right Brain' or 'Left Brain' - Myth Or Reality?

'Right Brain' or 'Left Brain' -

Myth Or Reality?

By John McCrone

The New Scientist

© New Scientist, RBI Limited 2000

From Skye Turell


Turn to the small advertisements in many a Sunday magazine, says John McCrone, and you'll find something rather like this: "Are you good at logic, great at analysis and working out maths problems? Then you're probably a left-brainer . . . Want to get in touch with your… Continue

Added by Theonesoul on August 10, 2009 at 9:46am — 2 Comments



By Thomas Troward, Excerpt from “The Hidden Power”

“It is quite a mistake to suppose that we must restrict and stint ourselves in

order to develop greater power or usefulness. This is to form the conception of

the Divine Power as so limited that the best use we can make of it is by a policy of

self-starvation, whether material or mental. Of course, if we believe that some

form of self-starvation is necessary to our producing good… Continue

Added by Ron Barrow on August 9, 2009 at 10:24am — No Comments

Art can Influence Learning Ability

Art encourages cognition, critical thinking, and learning.

I experience daily that the current education system places great emphasis on academic development

and as a result, arts programs are being reduced or even eliminated from classrooms

And if the Educators would have received proper education they would have

recognized that the art is not enrichment activity instead the art is and should be basic to education.

Studies have shown that… Continue

Added by Theonesoul on August 8, 2009 at 9:30am — 1 Comment

A quote from my favorite Chilean Poet, Pablo Neruda.

“Peace goes into the making of a poem as flour goes into the making of bread.”

Pablo Neruda quote

Added by Michael Forbus on August 2, 2009 at 6:35pm — No Comments


Oh my father, as a five-year-old

I walked for the first time holding your hand

On the road to the school that trained me

How to deal with the things and thoughts in my lab

But the lessons you taught me

While traveling together on life's path

On how to deal with ups and downs with inner faith

That were implanted in me with tender care

Benefited me much more

The education you gave me that turned me wise from a fool

Can never be taught in any… Continue

Added by Dr. Krishna Kumari Challa on August 1, 2009 at 11:00am — 4 Comments

The Music Of Poligraf : Juggernaut part 2

(Ratha Yatra Festival in Puri, India / Painting by James Fergusson)

Juggernaut. Lots to say about this one. Make sure your seat is confortable...

I’ve started the writing for this singular piece on November…


Added by Christopher Stewart on July 30, 2009 at 6:51am — No Comments


~Love has been mis-defined in our world for aeons~

~what most of us think of as love, is actually emotionalism, manipulation and an experience

which is given to us, rather than something we experience within and then radiate outwards~

~Love is a state of being which is known as consciousness and not an emotion~

~Physical attraction which is temporal has nothing to do with love~

~ Physical attraction is science at work~

~you can… Continue

Added by Theonesoul on July 23, 2009 at 1:00am — 4 Comments


To me, then, true criticism consists in trying to find out the intrinsic worth of the thing itself, and not in attributing a quality to that thing. You attribute a quality to an environment, to an experience, only when you want to derive something from it, when you want to gain or to have power or happiness. Now this destroys true criticism. Your desire is perverted through attributing values, and therefore you cannot see clearly. Instead of trying to see the flower in its original and… Continue

Added by Michael Forbus on July 22, 2009 at 6:22pm — 4 Comments

The Music Of Poligraf : Leftoverturned part 2

(Detail from "Lenticular cloud")

Given its structure and contents, the second part of “Leftoverturned” could have been entitled “Informaëlstrom II” (ref: "1000 Radios"), but because of the undeniable influence of Modest Mussorgsky’s “Night on Bald Mountain,” the full…


Added by Christopher Stewart on July 21, 2009 at 6:34pm — 1 Comment

Thomas Merton

He was born in 1915 in France from New Zealand and the United States Owen Ruth Jenkins, both painters, because of the outbreak of the First World War, in 1916 he moved with his family in the home of maternal grandparents in Douglaston, near New York: after the loss of mother died of cancer in 1921, he moved with his father, first to Bermuda Islands, in 1925 and again in France, in Saint-Antonin.

In 1926 Montauban start high school,… Continue

Added by Eleonora Ruffo Giordani on July 20, 2009 at 11:09pm — 2 Comments

Feng Shui ; Facts or Frauds?

Empty Mind, No Mind, whatever you want to call it, is an awesome idea/practice. So very very awesome. What it has to do with interior decorating, no one knows.Because there is nothing to be known....

Most Western ideas about feng shui are utterly wrong and generally based on a variety of weird concepts pulled from European folklore and New Age marketing — which are in turn marketed as "contemporary and practical" feng shui.

Despite all… Continue

Added by Theonesoul on July 20, 2009 at 8:25am — 1 Comment

Communication Between Cultures

The back ground music by Omar Akram

Omar:"In a world where communication and understanding between cultures is sometimes difficult, I hope my music can serve as a form of international language that crosses any cultural barriers. Having lived and traveled in many countries, I have come to realize that we need to embrace aspects of each culture that make them unique and special. What some people see as problematical differences, I see as our planet's entire cultural… Continue

Added by Theonesoul on July 20, 2009 at 8:21am — No Comments


"If Tomorrow Never Comes"

If I knew it would be the last time

that I'd see you fall asleep,

I would tuck you in more tightly

and pray the Lord, your soul to keep.

If I knew it would be the last time

that I see you walk out the door,

I would give you a hug and kiss

and call you back for one more.

If I knew it would be the last time

I'd hear your voice lifted up in praise,

I would video tape each action and word,

so I… Continue

Added by Theonesoul on July 20, 2009 at 8:20am — No Comments

11:11(To ascend from duality into Oneness)

11:11 is a wake-up call for lightworkers


What is it about?

What does it all mean?

The Meaning of 11:11

For many years the numbers 11:11 have been mysteriously appearing to people all over the world. Often appearing on digital clocks, the sightings of 11:11 tend to occur during times of heightened awareness, having a most powerful effect on the people involved. This causes a reactivation of our cellular memory banks. There's a stirring deep inside, a hint of… Continue

Added by Theonesoul on July 20, 2009 at 8:19am — No Comments

The Indigo, Crystal, Rainbow and Star Children

The Indigo Children have been incarnating on the Earth for the last 100 years. The early Indigos were pioneers and wayshowers. After World War II, a significant number were born, and these are the Indigo adults of today. However, in the 1970s a major wave of Indigos was born, and so we have a whole generation of Indigos who are now in their late twenties and early thirties who are about to take their place as leaders in the world. Indigos continued to born up to about 2000, with increasing… Continue

Added by Theonesoul on July 20, 2009 at 8:17am — No Comments

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