Being with another person, someone with whom you share the intimate details of your life, is like being 2 notes on the piano. Those 2 notes hold the power to create beauty, mystery and the ability to move the soul.
Music holds the keys to understanding the dynamic that is created between those 2 notes. Will they be soothing, cooperative, and beautiful? Or, will they be dissonant, exciting and strong?
Find out what you create with your loved ones. See how you can improve and make better the qualities of your relationships, heal old family wounds and in general, live on a higher and healthier level with all those around you.
Read Harmonology today.
I have written extensively about the healing potential and miraculous powers of Ayahausca, the medicinal plant mixture from the Amazon. Slowly, science and the medical cartel are becoming aware of the potency and availability of this amazing tonic. Report after report of relief from the pains and torture of cancer, depression, diabetes and more, solely from partaking in extended sessions of ayahuasca, are coming in from brave, new thinking scientists, investigators as well as patients. Now, one merely has to google the word ayahuasca to find all sorts of videos produced touting the potency of this miracle gift.
Here is another mind changing article, written by Valerie Burke, MSN. In it Ms. Burke discusses how ayahuasca has been found to cure deep clinical depression in as short as one session. Please read it. Our world, as we have been previously made to see it, is changing rapidly! We are most definitely on the verge of a new level of health maintenance and disease free living.
It’s that time again for the door bells ringing and those giddy goblin faces of the wee ones at our door. “Trick or treat” we hear. Then the bags are all filled with sweets and surprises. The costumes––some hilarious, some frightening, arriving in a seemingly never ending parade, while carefully attentive and protective parents lurk in the shadows of the night, like angels hidden in the narrows of our existence.
In Mexico, at almost the same time, Dia De Los Muertos unfolds. In beautiful, high altitude Patzquaro, a procession of peasants bearing endless bundles of long stemmed marigolds march as in a steady stream from far off villages, creating rivers of gold that meander for miles throughout the day, destined for the town center.
Soon, each resting place in the cemitario is gaudily bedecked with the items most loved by and dearest to their deceased. Tequila, mescal and golden marigolds––old photos, food, and fabulous fantasmas cover the newly erected alters of those held only in our memories. And then the night begins.
Starting at the apex of midnight, a fiesta of communal celebration, between both those seen and not seen, begins to blossom. Music, food and laughter mixes with tears and memories. Dancing, drinking and celebration morph into one long and lugubrious flow, moving raucously, unstoppable, like lava from a volcano, towards the mornings soft light that signals both a new beginning and a return to the previous days reality.
Equally, the Celebration of the Dead and our Halloween, though worlds apart by culture and heritage, express similarities that are not bound to only one people. They stem from very ancient traditions that honored the constant flow of life while acknowledging the inevitable process of death.
Stephen John O’Connor Author of Counterpoint to Reality and Harmonology.
Here’s yet another story of the power of shamanic wisdom and ayahuasca! The medical establishment as we know it is not a health maintenance system, but a sickness maintenance system.
Unfortunately, these shaman are a dying lot.
I would like to offer you one of the most concise views of Ayahuasca I have ever come across. It’s not too long on an article and well worth the time spent reading it. It’s written by Nanice Ellis for Wake Up World. (Click link to be taken to the article)
In this article, Ellis not only talks about her personal quest for enlightenment, but also the disappointment she met pursuing that quest. It wasn’t until she met Mother Ayahuasca that she found true transformation. Ellis portrays the ayahuasca journey in its glory and its extreme hardship, something that one meets when confronting the darkness of the soul through this plant combination.
Ayahuasca works on three different parts of the brain, the video explains. For one thing, it causes the brain’s neocortex to become hyperactivated. The neocortex is responsible for motor functions, sensory perception, conscious thought and language — in order words, it’s what allows us to know ourselves and to interact with the world. “This is where we perceive, reason and make decisions,” the video explains.
During an ayahuasca trip there is also activity in the amygdala, where long-term memories are stored, and the insula, the part of the brain that links emotional impulses and decision making.
“When any stimulus enters the brain, the brain tries to understand it based on previous experiences,” the video says. “This pattern is like a shortcut, activated every time we face a similar situation.” That’s why trauma or other powerful events can make such an impact when they occur early in life.
If you are attacked by a dog as a child, for example, your brain might automatically associate the experience with any canine encounter, causing you to fear dogs for the rest of your life. “We might even react adversely to a distant bark,” the film states. Even if you can logically recognize that every dog is not going to be a threat, your initial reaction could still be one of programmed fear. And if events are repeated with the same result, the patterns only reinforce their connections, building up like scar tissue.
That’s where psychedelics can help. “Ayahuasca hyperactivates the entire brain region where we store and process emotional memory, often uncovering long-forgotten memories,” the video says. “This hyperactivation enables the conscious part of the new brain to temporarily override previously entrenched patterns, allowing new connections to be made.”
Memories can then be reevaluated and experiences addressed with more distance from the reflexive reactions to previous trauma. For example, an ayahuasca journey could allow the person who is afraid of dogs to break the fear’s hold on their brain and move past the negative encounter.
“Ayahuasca users typically describe having emerged with new perspectives on past experiences and deeply rooted patterns of behavior,” the film concludes.
I have been writing for some time how your birth month greatly influences not only your choice of relationship partner, but also the degree of harmony or dissonance that you share with your partner. Now, there’s a scientific study just out that proves that our birth month also has much to say about our potential for health problems. I find it interesting that this new philosophy is getting mainstream press and attention.
The article below was taken from NaturalNews. I think you will find it quite interesting!
(NaturalNews) While many people believe astrology is responsible for everything from your choice of spouse to career decisions, others maintain that one’s birth month is nothing more than a date on a calendar. The latter group suggests that astrology is essentially hogwash, reserved for those who are so desperate for guidance that they resort to such “entertainment.” They don’t feel that whether one is a Leo or Capricorn should dictate a person’s actions, much less help someone gain insight about their health.
However, according to a new Columbia University study, these hesitant folks might want to consider changing their mind. Using computer algorithms to asses a database of NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/CUMC health records of more than 1.7 million patients from 1985 through 2013, it was found that a person’s birth month is actually related to the development of certain health conditions. Furthermore, this large-scale study was considered to more effectively reinforce what smaller studies before it had found in previous years: that there are correlations between birth season and certain health problems.
Birth month research could “uncover new disease risk factors”
The researchers in this latest study compared birth dates with medical histories, ultimately developing comprehensive data visual maps that outlined statistical information on the topic. “Faster computers and electronic health records are accelerating the pace of discovery,” said the study’s lead author, Mary Regina Boland, a graduate student at Columbia. “We are working to help doctors solve important clinical problems using this new wealth of data.”
Nicholas Tatonetti, author of the study, which was published in the Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, supports her statement. “This data could help scientists uncover new disease risk factors,” he says.
The article, titled “Birth Month Affects Lifetime Disease Risk: A Phenome-Wide Method,” notes that “Prior methods…suffer from disease selection bias whereby diseases of popular interest are studied more frequently potentially overlooking other important disease-birth month associations.” They explained that their method is vastly improved over those that were used in the past because it used a “hypothesis-free method.” The article continues:
[This study] confirms many known connections between birth month and disease including: reproductive performance, ADHD, asthma, colitis, eye conditions, otitis media (ear infection), and respiratory syncytial virus. We discovered 16 associations with birth month that have never been explicitly studied previously. Nine of these associations were related to cardiovascular conditions strengthening the link between cardiac conditions, early development, and Vitamin D.
Specific health conditions and the birth months associated with them
Specifically, it was found that people born in May had the lowest overall disease risk, while those born in October had the highest. However, this doesn’t mean that everyone born in October should live in fear. “It’s important not to get overly nervous about these results because even though we found significant associations, the overall disease risk is not that great,” says Tatonetti. “The risk related to birth month is relatively minor when compared to more influential variables like diet and exercise.”
Nevertheless, the study shows correlations between certain health problems and when a person is born. For example, they discovered that asthma risk is greatest for July and October babies. Data pertaining to ADHD found that approximately one in 675 occurrences could be linked to November births. As for atrial fibrillation, mitral valve disorder and congestive heart failure, the researchers noted that March births appeared to have the highest risks.
As Tatonetti noted, diet and exercise certainly play a role in overall health. Be sure to eat organic, fresh foods as often as possible and exercise on a daily basis. Doing so will help you stay healthy and keep your body in a better position to tackle any health issues that do arise.
Everyone has their ups and downs when it comes to relationships. We can’t get through life without forming one sort or another, and we can’t get through the ones we do form without facing the hardships and joys they present. If we are lucky, we pair up with a true life-soul with whom we can face the world together. Often, it’s the case that it doesn’t work out that way. Usually, we learn and move on, try it again, all with the hopes of eventually falling into that “perfect match.”
But those who do stumble along life’s path, moving from partner to partner, more often than not carry some form of pain from their dissolved affairs. At the Museum of Broken Relationships in Zagreb, Croatia, a number of brave souls have shared their heart-broken experiences, usually accompanied by an interesting object that reminded them of their partner. The exhibit below contained a small ball, not shown in the photo.
Below, you can read about the experience of a person who thought she had it going, only later, to watch the relationship dissolve almost before it had a chance to blossom. From the view of Harmonology, this couple may have been in a flat-2nd interval relationship. That interval holds more power to repel than it does to attract. It’s like pulling apart two magnets for the first time. The energy is strong at first, slowly dissipating as they separate, and finally breaking free of each other into two distinct objects. Think of the first two notes to the movie Jaws, written by John Williams. Though, in the movie, the day started out peaceful and with great hope, it soon became perilous, signaled by Mr. William’s reoccurring 1/2 step interval warning of impending doom.
Not all flat 2nd intervals go down in flames though, as expressed in this post. For those who can handle the intense energy of that interval it can be exciting, hotly romantic and individually liberating. A great place to land for those seeking freedom and independence in their partnership.
Harmonology can help identify the inherent challenges of your relationships so that you can better prepare yourself to get the most out of them.
“We have to create culture, don’t watch TV, don’t read magazines, don’t even listen to NPR. Create your own roadshow. The nexus of space and time where you are now is the most immediate sector of your universe, and if you’re worrying about Michael Jackson or Bill Clinton or somebody else, then you are disempowered, you’re giving it all away to icons, icons which are maintained by an electronic media so that you want to dress like X or have lips like Y.
This is shit-brained, this kind of thinking. That is all cultural diversion, and what is real is you and your friends and your associations, your highs, your orgasms, your hopes, your plans, your fears. And we are told ‘no’, we’re unimportant, we’re peripheral. ‘Get a degree, get a job, get a this, get a that.’ And then you’re a player, you don’t want to even play in that game. You want to reclaim your mind and get it out of the hands of the cultural engineers who want to turn you into a half-baked moron consuming all this trash that’s being manufactured out of the bones of a dying world” – Terrance McKenna