Evolve your brain Ein 2-stündiges Seminar mit Dr. Joe Dispenza ( weltbekannt geworden durch den Erfolgsfilm "What the bleep do we (k)now!?" ) Wie kommt es dazu, dass wir trotz der unendlichen Möglichkeiten, die sich uns bieten, immer wieder die selben Realitäten erschaffen? In dem inspirierenden, zweistündigen Seminar "Evolve Your Brain - Von der Wissenschaft, seinen Geist zu verändern" erläutert Dr. Joe Dispenza (www.bleepkongress.de) wie sich das Gehirn entwickelt, wie es neue Fähigkeiten erlernt, wie wir darauf Einfluss nehmen können und wie unsere Gedanken chemische Reaktionen in Gang setzen können, die uns von Verhaltensmustern und Gefühlen abhängig machen - auch solchen, die uns schaden! Wenn wir verstehen, wie diese Muster entstehen, können wir sie nicht nur durchbrechen sondern wir können unser Gehirn auch umprogrammieren, so dass wir neue, positive Verhaltensmuster entwickeln, die uns im täglichen Leben von Nutzen sind. Dr. Joe Dispenza wurde bekannt durch seine Forschungen in der Neurologie und Neurophysik. Er beschäftigt sich seit Jahrzehnten mit dem menschlichen Gehirn - wie es funktioniert, wie es Informationen speichert und warum es dazu neigt, die selben Verhaltensmuster immer wieder zu wiederholen.
The legendary British actor Terence Stamp reads the book that he says 'changed his life'. This is an exploration of our existence and a journey towards enlightenment. In what the author calls 'the fine print' at the start of the book, David Carse wrote: 'There are many books out there that will help you to live a better life, become a better person, and evolve and grow to realise your potential as a spiritual being. This is not one of them...almost every popular spiritual teacher in America and Europe is teaching that ultimate spiritual enlightenment...can now be yours; and that reading their book or attending their seminar will help you toward that end. This book will tell you that these ideas are absurd, because it’s quite obvious that neither you nor anything else has ever existed....' He then concludes, 'That said, enjoy'. We think you probably will. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Terence Stamp. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/slks/000040/bk_slks_000040_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Ein 2-stündiges Seminar mit Dr. Joe Dispenza (weltbekannt geworden durch den Erfolgsfilm "What the bleep do we (k)now?").nnWie kommt es dazu, dass wir trotz der unendlichen Möglichkeiten, die sich uns bieten, immer wieder dieselben Realitäten erschaffen?nIn dem inspirierenden, zweistündigen Seminar "Evolve Your Brain - Von der Wissenschaft, seinen Geist zu verändern" erläutert Dr. Joe Dispenza wie sich das Gehirn entwickelt, wie es neue Fähigkeiten erlernt, wie wir darauf Einfluss nehmen können und wie unsere Gedanken chemische Reaktionen in Gang setzen können, die uns von Verhaltensmustern und Gefühlen abhängig machen - auch solchen, die uns schaden! Wenn wir verstehen, wie diese Muster entstehen, können wir sie nicht nur durchbrechen sondern wir können unser Gehirn auch umprogrammieren, so dass wir neue, positive Verhaltensmuster entwickeln, die uns im täglichen Leben von Nutzen sind.nDr. Joe Dispenza wurde bekannt durch seine Forschungen in der Neurologie und Neurophysik. Er beschäftigt sich seit Jahrzehnten mit dem menschlichen Gehirn - wie es funktioniert, wie es Informationen speichert und warum es dazu neigt, dieselben Verhaltensmuster immer zu wiederholen. Joe Dispenza ist Doktor der Chiropraktik der Life University in Atlanta, USA. Er hat Biochemie studiert und forscht im Bereich Neurologie, Neurophysiologie und Hirnfunktion.
Seminar paper from the year 2013 in the subject Psychology - Developmental Psychology, grade: B, , language: English, abstract: The primary aim of the proposed study is to understand how individuals' reports of attitudes towards mate selection change over a period of 1,095 days or approximately a three-year period. The secondary aim is to identify significant differences in the attitude about mate selection among four groups of religion: Islam, Buddhist, Christian and Hindu. The findings from this study would provide a strategy for the establishment of educational and counselling programs.The research questions are:What variables in attitudes about mate selection continue to evolve among the four groups of religions?How do the four groups of religion vary in their attitudes about mate selection over time?
Seminar paper from the year 2008 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Linguistics, grade: 1,0, University of Marburg, course: Anglistik / Englische Sprachwissenschaft, language: English, abstract: From the 1970s up to today, Reggae has been one of the most popular types of music in many countries all over the world. Having its roots in Jamaica, it was promoted by many artists, such as Bob Marley and Peter Tosh, and carried into many parts of the world. The growing popularity and the influence Reggae had on many other music genres gives a reason for an in-depth analysis of the background and development that created reggae music. In order to analyze music thoroughly, three major components need to be analyzed: historical background, language and music development.One of the earliest and most important influences on Jamaica's current music culture is the period of slavery in the Caribbean. Cruelty, oppression, and hunger for revolt can be seen as foundation for the development of Reggae. In addition to the importance of Jamaican and especially African-Jamaican history this paper deals with the relevance of Rastafarianism. The longing for freedom and equality as well as the discontent with life under white rule paved the way for the emergence of a new belief, which was based on the maxim of Black Pride and the superiority of the black race.It was not only people and their souls which were influenced by the colonialists, but also their language. Through the blend of West-African languages and English, Jamaicans established their own Creole, which can be heard in almost all reggae lyrics. As well as the experiences during the days of slavery, the newly discovered religion along with the pride and self-confidence involved, did not only change the way of life and thinking for many people with African descent, but also altered the language.The third component that led to today's Reggae was the development of Jamaican music throughout the history. Based on the Africa-inspired drumming of slaves and impacted by Rastafarian and North-American music, styles such as Ska, Rocksteady, and finally Reggae were able to evolve. By taking all three components into account, two Reggae songs are analyzed. Especially phonetic differences between the used language and Present Day English (PDE) as well as the similarities to Rastafarian Talk are examined.Overall, this paper gives an insight into the reasons and circumstances that enabled Reggae to emerge. Taking this background into account, lyrics are analyzed in order to prove that history and religion were not only precursors but are still present in today's music.
Seminar paper from the year 2010 in the subject Business economics - Investment and Finance, grade: A, BI Norwegian Business School, course: Financing Innovation and Entrepreneurial Ventures, language: English, abstract: The venture capital industry operates in a cyclical business model, called the venture capital cycle. A venture capital firm sets up venture capital funds that proceed through the stages of (1) fundraising, (2) selecting of investments, (3) contracting, (4) development of the portfolio companies and (5) the divestment of the investments and the distribution of the returns to the investors. It shows that the business model opposes challenges for both the investors that put money in the fund as well as for the entrepreneurial ventures in which the fund invests. 'Reality' reveals that the venture capital cycle does not always work properly. In particular the burst of the .com bubble and the financial crisis have triggered imbalance in the cycle. It also shows that distractions from theory occur in coun-tries with less developed capital markets like China. An analysis of the history of entrepreneurial funding in the framework of Tim-mons model of the entrepreneurial process and Perez model of technological revolutions shows, that the financial instruments used to fund ventures have adapted to the needs of each revolutionary industry cluster and its specific char-acteristics and needs. The 'modern' venture capital constitutes the fitting finan-cial instrument for the latest revolution, namely the ICT revolution. Most of the major players in the IT sectors such as Apple were backed by VC and an in depth look at Apple shows the influence of VC on the development of the company. It will be interesting to see if the venture capital industry is able to adapt in a way that it can also fuel the next upcoming revolution, in whatever sector it may evolve, or if a completely new financial instrument will emerge
Seminar paper from the year 2009 in the subject English - Pedagogy, Didactics, Literature Studies, grade: 2,3, Saarland University (Anglistik), course: investigation classroom interaction, language: English, abstract: 'Let us...make the study of the art of question-asking one of the central disciplines in language education'(Postman 1979: 140). In order to show how the importance of questions as part of classroom interaction, I try to evolve a scheme to present numerous types of questions and how they are being used by teacher and student. Depending on the didactic intention there are quite a number of different ways to classify a question. In order to give a general overview I decided to divide my classification into three main parts. First I am going to give an explanation of the three different types of categorising questions and display what the respective central key points are. Then I explain the difference of questions being asked by the teacher or the student and how they are being used during class. The third section is a practical analysis of questions with the help of the data description followed by a short evaluation displaying whether my framework is useful in analysing the data or if the need of further specification is required. And finally I am going to give a brief summary and try to come to a conclusion.
Seminar paper from the year 2009 in the subject Literature - Oceania, grade: 1,3, University of Constance, language: English, abstract: The development of a people is based on three categories which contain the quality of food supply, the relationship to other peoples and the religion whereas the latter probably most influences the intellectual advancement. This is because man's intelligence increases when he observes the different aspects of nature and life which have an effect on him. To understand natural phenomena and to gain a relation to those he creates gods, ghosts and supreme beings. Thus his fancy and imagination develop expressed by songs and legends in which the people combine facets of life, death and nature with supernatural creatures. Literature and art evolve by and by indicating cultural progress. Although the Hawaiians had an oral culture and therefore no written language, their intellectual advancement developed fast because of their uncountable songs and legends they repeated at fireplaces and feasts.1 What kind of religion did the Hawaiians create that made them develop so fast? Which gods and ghosts did they invent to explain the natural phenomena they didn't understand or they filled with their imagination? Through summarizing the main Hawaiian gods and godesses below, I will give the necessary basis of knowledge to analyse the interpendent relationship between them and the Hawaiian people. This mutual influence abounds mainly in legends and songs, in worship and in the structure of the Hawaiian society. In conclusion, the results are brought together to decide how much the religion influenced ancient Hawaiian society and how distinctive the relationship between men and gods was. In doing so I will basically refer to Martha Beckwith's book Hawaiian mythology from 1940.
Seminar paper from the year 2010 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Other, grade: 1,0, University of Münster (Englisches Seminar), course: Schoolbook Analysis, language: English, abstract: Schoolbook analysis as a field of research opens a wide range of perspectives worth taking a closer look at. Even though, noticing the current discourse leads to an astounding conclusion: Considering schoolbooks as one major and significant instrument of school life, the amount of research carried out on this topic is rather insubstantial. Noting that there is a wide range of different contemporary schoolbooks in use, the question arises, in how far there can be a justification for this variety. Does the 'perfect schoolbook' exist? Are some books of higher quality than others? Are significant differences a matter of perspective? And - in that case - are there any criteria which reinforce a certain perspective? The research on differences between commonly used schoolbooks may be distracting as it is always accompanied by a certain degree of subjectivity. Even if there are several criteria pleading for one schoolbook or another, it is up to the college of each school to decide on a concrete way of teaching, about which the author does not want to judge within a short paper like this. This attitude shall be exemplified briefly, and since the character of tasks partly resembles the character of language testing methods , an excursion on testing theory may be appropriate in order to achieve this goal. Commenting on testing methods, Gabel states that in 'fact there is no best test or best technique. A test which proves ideal for one purpose maybe quite useless for another; a technique which may work very well in one situation can be entirely inappropriate in another' (Gabel [a], P.1.). Transferring this statement to the task structure of different schoolbooks, it becomes clear that while some books serve one purpose, others serve a different one. This paper avoids examining differences between schoolbooks that evolve from different didactic accentuations. The author tries to exclude this variable by comparing two schoolbooks of the same series (Green Line I 1995/2001). Such an investigation offers the chance to take a closer look at possible didactic developments within the history of one single schoolbook series.