Anne Stanton

Townsend, Australia

About Anne

I'm passionate about

School reform

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Anne Stanton
Posted over 3 years ago
Would you rather be an information producer, propagator, or consumer?
Edy, so you are equating information with a particular pattern of frequencies? My vibrational pattern would then be unique and determined (for example) by my emotional state? I might resonate with one person and not with another.... how much resonance there is between two people would be a measure of how much information flow is happening? Sorry! Lots of questions, but I am trying to improve the info flow between us (lol). I feel this is very relevant to the original question "How can we best help propagate worthy and novel ideas?"
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Anne Stanton
Posted over 3 years ago
Would you rather be an information producer, propagator, or consumer?
Maybe biology is giving us the clue that information is holographic in nature. It is flowing in and out all the time, continually recreating complex systems like the physical body, social order, cyberspace. We are always both absorbing information and transmitting information without being aware of it. As we become more conscious or mindful of the true nature of information and ourselves, we hopefully will realise that every bit of information matters, even the bits we aren't consciously disseminating. For example, I am being happy and feeling connected to humanity as a whole right now, and so perhaps I am changing the hologram of human consciousness indirectly by adding some joy and unity to it....this makes every thought and feeling significant, whether or not it is written and sent over any material media like the internet.
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Anne Stanton
Posted over 3 years ago
What's one thing you wish you had learned in school?
Oh, same here in Australia... heheh! I wish my schooling had been based on INQUIRY. I am recently trained as a school teacher, and universities now encourage this as a learning method. Let the children formulate their own questions, and then help them find the answers. The schools have not really caught up, however, and still tend to treat children as 'empty vessels' that need to be filled with testable knowledge. It is much more fun for all concerned if learning is an adventure rather than a chore!