Heimat Alzihimir

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Heimat Alzihimir
Posted over 1 year ago
The debate about Rupert Sheldrake's talk
This is for many of you here, who I think will enjoy watching this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qlp-UGBXvx4 The Nature of the Mind - between the 16th & 18th of april, 1982 Four discussions took place in Ojai, California between the religious philosopher J. Krishnamurti, the physicist David Bohm, the biologist Rupert Sheldrake and the psychiatrist John Hidley. The purpose of these discussions is to explore essential questions about the mind: What is psychological disorder and what is required for fundamental psychological change? Is it possible to understand the mind, the nature of consciousness, its relationship with human suffering and the potential for change? Enjoy!
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Heimat Alzihimir
Posted over 1 year ago
The debate about Rupert Sheldrake's talk
Amrita, I wanted to thank you for the amazing event you held at Whitechapel. You did a remarkable job at bringing all these speakers together. TED may not appreciate it, but I am sure you can see how many of us do. I have seen Satish Kumar, Rupert Sheldrake, Graham Hancock, Tim ‘Mac’ Macartney and Richard Burnett's talks and they have all left a strong and positive impression on me, each one in a different way. Keep up the great work, I have certainly benefited much from what you have done.
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Heimat Alzihimir
Posted over 1 year ago
The debate about Graham Hancock's talk
Hi Aimee, I think I simply expressed what many of us already know but are having a hard time admitting to ourselves. If we are here is because we like TED, we like how their platform has served as a space for many interesting and thought-provoking talks up until now. It has been enjoyable and stimulating. I for one am grateful about this. However, having said this, we must be honest about what is happening and about what this is showing us in regards to where TED wants to go as an organization. We can be adults, and let go of romantic ideas of what TED is or should be. TED is not ultimately a platform for the most revolutionary thinkers in the world to share and explore their ideas with humanity. Through their recent actions and statements, TED is making clear what their limits and boundaries are, and what their platform should and will be used for moving forward. TED is in essence no different to most large international organizations out there. They must abide by, and respond to the interests and bias of their partners, sponsors and financial supporters. Those who founded it, feed it and keep it alive are the most important to TED. Being honorable, acting ethically or treating its speakers fairly is secondary to staying in line with the agenda of those people who constitute TED's lifeblood.
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Heimat Alzihimir
Posted over 1 year ago
The debate about Rupert Sheldrake's talk
Joe, thank you for your words. Lime Crime can say whatever he/she wants to say. That's how he/she feels. It's all good on my end. Doesn't bother or affect me in the least :) There are many people that think that by insulting or trying to put others down they will somehow feel better about themselves. This reveals their flawed way of thinking to others, but what would actually be of benefit to these people and to those with whom they communicate, is if they themselves were able to see this. This would free them from some of the pain they feel, and mistakenly think they must try and inflict upon others in order to get relief, when it only makes it worse. In all honesty, I wish nothing but the very best to Lime Crime.
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Heimat Alzihimir
Posted over 1 year ago
The debate about Rupert Sheldrake's talk
PART 3: To the people of TedXHollywood, I would advise you to be careful and perhaps communicate with TED in regards to Russell Targ’s talk (http://www.tedxwesthollywood.com/russell-targ/), as you may suffer a similar fate to that which has befallen on Sheldrake and Hancock’s talks at Whitechapel. I am not closed off to a miracle happening here, and being totally proven wrong on everything I said by TED; though I am very aware that this is, at the moment, just wishful thinking on my behalf. Keep enjoying the journey everyone! :)