ASCENSION AVATAR: “Grooving In The Hood… Dancing With A Beacon Of Light” (Mega-Slow Motion)

Music that feels good… with words of wisdom… and a bit of multidimensionality thrown in… 🙂

Recorded January 15, 2016

 

 

 

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SPIRITUAL EQUINIMITY: “What Is Deja Vu?”

Déjà vu is technically the sensation that you have lived/experienced something before a recognition that you have a memory sometime in your past that you  have lived this moment before.  At least 70% of people witness to have had a déjà vu sensation in their lives.  According to Dr. Akira O’Connor a researcher specialist in memory déjà vu is a subjective experience of familiarity, alongside an objective experience of unfamiliarity.

Neurologically, déjà vu sensation is linked to migraines and also to people who have temporal lobe epilepsy which is  the most common form of partial or localization related epilepsy.  The people who experience it, witness different emotions, feelings and thoughts which might be familiar or completely unknown.  Some people claim to remember old memories once again and others feel as if everything is very strange to them.  People who have temporal lobe epilepsy and migraine they have an aura sensation which is a warning system that they are going to have a headache or seizure.  When they have them they experience a sensation that they have lived this moment before.

There is a neurotransmitter called glutamate, which is an amino acid and is found in high concentration in every part of the body.  It is the main chemical responsible for over than 90% of synaptic connections in the human brain.  Glutamate is responsible for the near death experiences  in which people witness a phenomenon called panoramic life review.  If people can see their lives flashing before their eyes, it is being suggested that it is being recorded.

People can be hypnotized and go back in their past where they can see it as it was.  We can conclude that we have in our brains a recorder.  In a real death experience the life does not flash in front of people eyes but it actually is a three dimensional “movie” something that Anthony Peak calls the Bohemian IMAX.  In this case the déjà vu sensation can be explained as the feeling that you have lived this moment before.

So the déjà vu sensation could be explained by taking one section of the near death experience for example when people say “My life flashed before my eyes”.  We could  be living our lives in a matrix-like recreation of our lives.  We can say that, when you really die you go back and live your life again in some form internally created model of your life.

At the baseline of reality there is Zero Point Field.  This is an energy that can hold information and its everywhere.  While we experience things we are downloading information in that infinite database which contains everything that happened and what will happen.  We are in computer game and every action that could be taken is already encoded in that database.  So we don’t have only this life we have every potential outcome of our lives that we can pursue.  What is more is that  the work of Stephen Hawking and the John Cramer viewpoint of quantum physics suggest that everything is encoded there.  As a result we live our lives in this matrix recreation of our lives and for example if you made a mistake the last time you lived your life, you can change it when you become aware of what happened the last time.

 

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EARTH DRUM COUNCIL: “Guidelines for Participating in a Drum Circle”

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A drum circle is a community cooperating together to make something greater than the sum of its parts.  That’s why there’s more to a good drum circle than expert drumming.  In music, as with all forms of communication, the silence between the notes is as important as the notes themselves, and listening is as important as voicing.

If you are a novice drummer, watch the skilled drummers.  If you cannot hear what they are doing, play more quietly.  Use fewer notes rather than play every beat.  Leave spaces in your playing so that other drummers will have space to play in.  Using fewer notes will help you keep up speed with the other drummers and dancers, and also allows you to be more creative.  It is all right to get lost.  If you do, stop playing for a while, listen for the basic pulse, and join in with it.  It is not necessary to play something entirely different from everybody else; try playing the same rhythm as other people at least part of the time.  Repetition is an important and integral part of drumming.  Use your eyes as well as your ears to understand what is happening.  Pay attention, look and listen while you play.

If you are an experienced or lead drummer, be responsible.  Listening is even more important when you are the glue holding the rhythm together.  Be aware of the energy of the group.  Add solos only when the existing rhythm is well established.  If you are starting a new rhythm, choose one that others can easily join.  Work with the whole group of drummers and dancers.  Playing with a well rehearsed group is easy.  Playing with a mixed crowd of novice and experienced drummers is more challenging, but it can bring out the best in everyone, and be a lot of fun.

Drums can be classified as having a tone which is low, middle, or high in range.  If you sit close to other people who have drums that have a similar tone and volume to yours, it will help give the rhythms focus and cut down on distractions.

Be aware that bells, claves and shakers cut through the sound of all the other instruments.  That is why they are the timekeepers and the key to most complex rhythms.  These are sometimes called the “guideline” instruments, and they should hold to a steady part rather than “jam”.  If you are a novice drummer, it is good to learn the basic bell and clave parts if you can follow and learn from someone more experienced.  Bells and claves can throw the whole group off if they are out of sync, so when in doubt go back to the basic pulse.

We are all teachers and learners.  Don’t hesitate to ask for help to figure out a rhythm, or to offer help to someone else.

It is customary to ask permission of a drum’s owner before playing it — but don’t be afraid to ask!  If you do not wish to have anyone else play your drum, please put it away or cover it when you are not using it.  If you borrow someone else’s drum, please observe the basics: remove rings before playing hand drums, and return the instrument to where you found it.

Please do not play melodic instruments like flutes and guitars at drum council.  They confine the rhythm instruments to the span of their melody, and can be very distracting.

Do, however, feel free to express yourself with your voice.  Chanting which blends with the rhythm can enhance the overall effect.

Most of all, have fun!  Drumming and dancing are wonderful forms of creative self expression, and the drum council is a great place for us to express ourselves together.

 

~via Shift.is