08
May
2011

Using the “Law of 3” to Make Change

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  • cells . cytoskeleton . design . intelligence . sacred geometry . science . spirituality . string theory . tensegrity . transformative practices .

Investigating the links between science and spiritual traditions, I've discovered an uncanny quality in biology, architecture and spirituality I call threeness. A code of 3 is hidden in our cells and molecules. The genetic code is  made up of 3 letters.  AAA     ATA   GCT Our brains are called TRIune constructed of 3 anatomically and functionally different areas - brain stem,…

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Scientific American Tensegrity
30
Apr
2011

Letting go

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  • Buddhism . cancer . cells . cytoskeleton . healing . letting go . science . tensegrity . transformative practices .

A while back a friend and I were talking about cancer. He's a long-term survivor and has groups for people with cancer.  As a medical scientist who did  cancer research for years (funded by NIH, ACS) I like to learn about people's healing experiences.  He told me the one common factor in the folks who went into remission, who 'shouldn't…

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23
Mar
2011

Strings of our Cells

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  • cells . cytoskeleton . intelligence . memory . mind . science . string theory .

The most exciting science discovery to come out of biology - the STRINGS of our cells. Underneath the glimmery shimmery membrane is a gossamer fabric reaching throughout the cell -from end to end, from the outer barrier to the core genes in the nucleus. It is the FABRIC  that manages what the cell will do. Sure the 'mem-brain,' as Bruce…

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18
Mar
2011

Embodying our Cells

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    When asked about how I teach about the dense topic of our  cells, one answer is that we become them by embodying and humanizing them.  In other words, we act them out as we learn how they work and what are their lessons. Last week I met an incredible artist - SHOSHANAH DUBINER - who captures in her…

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28
Dec
2010

Will imagine eating stop you from eating?

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Well, researchers at Carnegie Mellon University answer is “yes.”  The core of their studies had people repeatedly imagine eating pieces of cheese, 3 M & Ms, or 30 M & Ms, one at a time.  Then when given the imagined food, those who thought about eating those 30 M & Ms, ate a lot less.  Maybe they were already full.…

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