Morphic resonance - the 100th Monkey effect? - 3 videos with Rupert Sheldrake, Gabor Mate and Dr. Iain McGilchrist.
We may be more social than we are admitting in modern life and less greedy than is often claimed. We may need to reclaim our right brain view of an interconnected world.
Morphic resonance is a theory that our consciousness may be greater than chemicals in our brain - is the Collective Unconscious real? Are we connected to each other and to our ancestors in subtle ways that chemistry and physical based explanations can’t explain?
Odd phenomena do occur.
*Not a draft, I watched these all today and they fit together well. Believing sometimes is about listening rather than being dismissive of new ideas or old ideas that now seem trite and ancient.
Rupert Sheldrake on "How Morphic Resonance affects our memories, families, rituals and festivals." Hollyhock Life, (Youtube).
Gabor Mate points out that greed and selfishness is not really human nature as is frequently said, as much as helping each other and looking out for one another. Humans are social creatures by nature more so than self-centered predators who work alone. Working together to scavenge like a pack of hyena? Maybe sometimes but it isn’t the human norm.
Modern Culture Is Traumatizing and NOT Normal! With Dr. Gabor Maté, Commune, (Youtube)
The real differences between the right and left hemispheres of the human brain - and other species. It is common not unique that the brain is divided. The nutshell story - it is to help us be able to focus very closely on grabbing food (left brain) while also having a more general awareness of the greater situation (right brain) in order to be aware of trouble and survive by dropping the food focus (or whatever close detailed thing). Dr. Iain McGilchrist further suggests that our modern world has become over-focused on the left brain need for precise controlled detail at the expense of seeing the bigger picture. Our music even seems to be becoming more rhythmic (more left brain) and less melodic (perceived more by the right brain)
Dr Iain McGilchrist: We are living in a deluded world, UnHerd, Youtube.
Dr. McGilchrist emphasizes during the Q/A period that the division between the two halves is not causing two separate perceptions - we listen to music with the whole brain, or do anything with the whole brain. The left hemisphere may be picking up rhythm more while the right hemisphere may be perceiving more of the melody or more complex syncopated rhythm. And briefly, yes, there are differences between male and female brains but that isn’t about being ‘better’. Females consistently seem to be more verbally oriented, males more spatially/problem solving focused.
A quote shared by Dr. McGilchrist:
“Once something can't be said, you're already in a tyranny.” - Hannah Arendt
We are in a tyranny. And it includes medical tyranny - forced care and lack of choice.
Dandelions are still unbannable. For anyone having a hard time seeing dandelions as a garden crop - this one was growing in a rich spot with loose soil. The entire plant is medicinal and the greens make good salad or steamed greens.
I use the leaves in salad, but dry the stem end for tea, and the flowers. I scrub/peel the roots and chop before drying for tea. They are woody and hard to cut once dry. A small amount makes a string diuretic tea, good for detox. Drink extra water and have the tea earlier in the day. As salad greens that effect is less noticeable. Drying the leaves increases Potency per one source I read.
Dandelion roots from a lawn are shorter and less straight. The leaves tend to be smaller too. Dandelions like a garden bed.
*I am taking a mental vacation from microRNA. 😉
Addition - bonus video
Dandelios and Civilization: A Forgotten History, The History Guy, (Youtube).
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