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Supercharge your knowledge with these cutting edge videos

We all want an alternative to boring main stream media right?  Their coverage of new subjects and science is biased and underwhelming to say the least. Well, the folks over Gaia TV have put together a great package of free alternative videos for you to watch this Holiday Season. I think you’ll enjoy some of these topics: UFOs, spirituality, and ancient wisdom to name a few. Now there are a few conspiratorial videos that I don’t particularly like: This stuff is just ridiculous in my view. But you’ll also see some more fact-based interviews with Bruce Lipton, Richard Dolan, Gregg Braden and others which are quite good and really get you thinking. They normally charge for these but right now they’re available to you for nothing, until Jan 2nd. You can learn about Strange Encounters, Science of the Spirit, and other great topics. Enjoy and let me know what you think of these videos.

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Is RV an Innate Ability or Do You Need Training?

Agree or disagree? Please let me know.

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PBS Broadcast of “The Heart of Art”

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The Heart of Art with Elisa Brown

If you want a chance to see some great performances in music and dance, and some of my guitar work too, you can watch it here:

The Heart of Art with Elisa Brown will debut on Public Television (CPT12) in the Colorado and Wyoming Markets on Friday, March 28 at 2:00 pm on Channel 12.1 (Part 1) and on Friday, April 4 at 2:00 pm on Channel 12.1 (Part 2). It will stream live online at http://www.cpt12.org/

With Barry GoldsteinGabriel Chajnik, Dana Slamo, Marla MaseMark Smith, Jessie BlackSimeon Hein and Steve M Toth.

 

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What I am reading now–Antifragile: Things that gain from disorder, by Nicolas Nassim Taleb

20130928-164114.jpgCertainly one of the most important books I’ve ever read. Taleb combines scientific, mathematical, and economic ideas to produce an incredibly cogent, original, and timely discussion of our collective technological and social evolution. Taleb encourages us to build robust, resilient, fractal, and “Antifragile” structures that improve over time, in contrast to the fragile nature of modern, rational systems that fail so easily and often. This books almost seems like an extension of my sociology dissertation I wrote in 1992. Antifragile is not only an entertaining, fascinating read but a highly practical one too that yields specific ideas, every few pages, you can apply to your life. Just brilliant.

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Creative Intelligence Webinar Book List

Some of the participants in our recent Creative Intelligence/Human Fusion webinar wrote and asked for some books I mentioned during the presentation. Thanks for attending and paying attention! Here are a few that I think will help you move forward with achieving your goals.

BTW, if you missed this one,  I’m giving another LIVE webinar on Friday, Sept. 7th at 9:00 PST where we’ll discuss some of the same material and have LIVE Q & A at the end!

 

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How Beliefs Affect Your Intelligence (It’s a self-fulfilling prophecy)

A new study, revealed by Scientific American, shows that people who believe they can learn from their mistakes and have a more positive mind-set towards their errors actually learn faster than people with a more negative point of view about mistakes. The researchers label this the “Oops Response” and say it is stronger in more positive-minded people.  In essence, your beliefs about mistakes are a “self-fulfilling prophecy.” The “Oops Response” and Error Positivity in Learning.

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