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Friday, 31 July 2015

152 The Law of Attraction Amazing



Faster EFT Robert Smith
Learn how to take control of your life by using the power of your mind to manifest
and produce what you desire. FasterEFT is a thinking process that educates
and empowers individuals. It also teaches you how to shift perceptions,
which results in the ability to heal your body, improve relationships
and make peace with your past memories.

How to heal negative behavior patterns and beliefs from childhood. Freedom is at your fingertips.

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Thursday, 30 July 2015

Party Survival Guide for Introverts

  
Not too showey,but interesting if you look.


Prefer to be with a small group of people.
1 Plan your escape.
2 Locate your safe place.
3 Give yourself a task.
4 Find other introverts.
5 Leave if you need to.
Have time for yourself tomorrow.

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The more that you learn; the more places you'll go.”

Wednesday, 29 July 2015

There and then I knew it was time for a serious face to face with my SELF.


There and then I knew it was time for a serious face to face with my SELF.
(WF) I was a Hypnotherapist.... I had tools... I knew the drill...

So I sat down, closed my eyes, and the first thing I did was the parts therapy session.
I HAD to find out why I needed to be so poor.
Of course, you could never have convinced me that I had a NEED to be poor...
I was much too big for that. But I did it anyway.
I did the STOP SABOTAGE session.
The door opened, the light came on, the truth was revealed,
the question was answered.
And everything changed. A miracle happened.
Within three weeks I had $3500, a signed lease on a nice house,
(even though I was a single mom, two kids, no income, bad credit and two, count ‘em TWO, dogs)
I discovered my subconscious motivation to fail.
I released it.
I manifested something that I really did want.
I met my future self and found out what it takes to be worthy of abundance.
I did it all by myself. You can too.
Read Joe Vitale's book that reveals The Greatest Money-Making Secret in History.
Share, give, be sincere. I promise you, it will change your life.
My heart to yours! May your journey be blessed with an abundance of health,
worthiness, happiness, and more than enough money to live and share your dreams.

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To quote the Dr Seuss himself, “The more that you read, the more things you will know.
The more that you learn; the more places you'll go.”

Tuesday, 28 July 2015

Enlightenment FAQ - Part 2 Answering all the common questions you have about how spiritual enlightenment works.


Enlightenment FAQ - Answering all the common questions you have 
about how spiritual enlightenment works.


I can TCR software and engineering manuals for spontaneously recall – or pass that exam.
I can Turbo Charge Read a novel 6-7 times faster and remember what I’ve read.
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www.happyartaccidents.blogspot.com         just for fun.

To quote the Dr Seuss himself, “The more that you read, the more things you will know.
The more that you learn; the more places you'll go.”

Monday, 27 July 2015

Havening demo




I can TCR music, poetry or self development material for internal knowing.
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www.happyartaccidents.blogspot.com         just for fun.

To quote the Dr Seuss himself, “The more that you read, the more things you will know.
The more that you learn; the more places you'll go.”

Sunday, 26 July 2015

Unstoppable Women Interview Trailer




The COMPEED® team know it takes more than a niggling blister
to keep unstoppable women from success. Watch the trailer here !
Ruth Crilly and Sarah Curran MBE share their top tips for staying on top.

self belief, understanding the risks, look after yourself, balance,ability to delegate,never giving up


I can TCR specialist and language dictionaries that are spontaneously accessed.
I can Turbo Charge Read a novel 6-7 times faster and remember what I’ve read.
I can TCR an instructional/academic book around 20 times faster and remember what I’ve read.
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Turbo Charged Reading uses these skills significantly faster, more efficiently and with excellent memory.
www.ourinnerminds.blogspot.com               Personal business development growth.
www.happyartaccidents.blogspot.com         just for fun.

To quote the Dr Seuss himself, “The more that you read, the more things you will know.
The more that you learn; the more places you'll go.”

Saturday, 25 July 2015

Police Killings by the Numbers

Police Killings by the Numbers
Peter Kaufman

If there has been one dominant, sociologically-relevant story in the news lately,
it has arguably been the treatment of African Americans by the police.
 From Michael Brown in Missouri to Eric Garner in Staten Island to the McKinney, Texas,
swimming pool incident, there is a heightened awareness, an ongoing conversation,
and a growing sentiment of anger about how race influences policing.
As increasing attention has been devoted to this social problem, and more questions
have been raised about it, there have been calls for greater accountability from law enforcement.
In particular, many people want to know how many citizens are killed each year by police officers. Unfortunately, because the United States government does not keep a systematic record
of these deaths, this data has been either unavailable or unreliable. That is, until now.
An ambitious project was started recently by the U.S. branch of the U.K. news organization, 
The Guardian. The project, appropriately called The Counted, is an attempt to document
every person killed by law enforcement in the United States this year.
Using their own reporting as well as crowd sourced information,
The Counted database offers details about every police fatality in 2015,
including the victim’s name, age, race, gender, location, cause of death,
and whether or not they were armed.
The Guardian recognizes that The Counted is “an imperfect work in progress” and as such,
is regularly updated and revived. Still, since its launch in the beginning of June,
The Counted has garnered quite a bit of attention. 
Members of Congress have pointed to this new project as an important momentum builder
in the efforts to create a permanent national database of police killings.
Sociologists should take note too. Despite its imperfections, this database offers us a wonderful tool for both research and teaching. Although it is ostensibly being created to answer the question
of how many people are killed each year at the hands of the police,
The Counted is also a generator for important sociological questions.
Knowing about these lethal encounters is one thing; it’s equally important to understand
why they occur, how they occur, and whether they occur in other nations.
The question-generating aspect of The Counted was illustrated recently in one of the first articles that The Guardian published about their new project. Jamiles Lartey, a reporter for the news agency (and, full disclosure, a former student of mine), used the current data from The Counted
to make some interesting comparisons between the United States and other countries:
Police in the U.S. fatally shot 59 people in the first 24 days of 2015.
In England and Wales combined, 55 people have been shot by police in the past 24 years. 
In the first five months of 2015, police in Stockton, California fatally shot 3 people.
In Iceland, there has been one fatal shooting by police in the past 71 years.
More people have been shot and killed each week by the police in the United States this year
than are typically killed by German police in an entire year.
Police in the U.S. fatally shot 97 people in March 2015.
In Australia, 94 people were officially reported being killed by police during the 19 years
between 1992-2011.
Police in California fatally shot 72 people in the first five months of 2015.
In Canada, the average number of fatal police shootings per year is 25.
Antonio Zambrano-Montes, who was found throwing rocks at cars in Pasco, Washington,
had 17 bullets fired at him by police in his fatal shooting.
In Finland, police officers fired 6 bullets during all of 2013.
There is no doubt that these differences between the United States and other countries are startling. But we must keep in mind that these comparisons are based on raw data that merely describe
what is happening; they do not tell us why this is happening. If you are thinking sociologically
about these comparisons, and about the database in general, then you are probably
finding yourself flooded with sociological questions.

Here are some that came to my mind:
What is about the culture and social structure of places like Finland and Iceland that make it so rare for police to resort to deadly force? How do the police and the public interact in these countries? What are the defining characteristics of the relationship between the police and the public, and how (and why) is this different than in the United States? 
How did the U.S. become so much more of a violent society than its Western counterparts? If deadly force by the police in the U.S. is justified, on what grounds is it defended? If deadly force by the police in the U.S. is not justified, why does it occur in law enforcement agencies around the country?
Why is police violence drastically different in states of comparable size such as Oklahoma (population 3.8 million and 23 people killed by police this year) versus Connecticut (population 3.6 million and 1 police killing this year)? Are police tactics, training academies, or law enforcement cultures different in states with a higher number of killings or is there something else to account for these disparities?
Whether you are a student of sociology or a social researcher, you can mine this data to draw inferences. You can try to decipher between probabilities and certainties, between causation and correlation, and between realities and assumptions.  As a catalyst for future research, a pedagogical tool for sociological learning, and a clarion call for social activism, The Counted database offers many possibilities. I encourage you to take a look at this evolving website, see what sociological questions come to mind, and then set out to provide an intellectually sound answer to your questions.

http://www.everydaysociologyblog.com/2015/06/police-killings-by-the-numbers.html


I can TCR software and engineering manuals for spontaneously recall – or pass that exam.
I can Turbo Charge Read a novel 6-7 times faster and remember what I’ve read.
I can TCR an instructional/academic book around 20 times faster and remember what I’ve read.
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www.happyartaccidents.blogspot.com         just for fun.

To quote the Dr Seuss himself, “The more that you read, the more things you will know.
The more that you learn; the more places you'll go.”

Friday, 24 July 2015

Enlightenment FAQ - Part 1 - All Your Questions Answered


Part1
Enlightenment FAQ - Answers to the most common questions
people have about spiritual enlightenment.


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To quote the Dr Seuss himself, “The more that you read, the more things you will know.
The more that you learn; the more places you'll go.”

Thursday, 23 July 2015

Treating chronic long-term back pain with TAT® -- a demonstration with Tapas Fleming


A new relationship with my pain.


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To quote the Dr Seuss himself, “The more that you read, the more things you will know.
The more that you learn; the more places you'll go.”

Wednesday, 22 July 2015

You Can Change The World - MOTIVATION


Many speakers.

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To quote the Dr Seuss himself, “The more that you read, the more things you will know.
The more that you learn; the more places you'll go.”

Tuesday, 21 July 2015

Polite Messages: An Exercise in Interpersonal Communication

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Polite Messages: An Exercise in Interpersonal Communication

This exercise is designed to help explain the concept of politeness in terms of positive and negative face (Brown & Levinson, 1987; Cupach & Metts, 1994; Goffman, 1967; Goldsmith, 2007; Holmes 1995; Metts & Cupach, 2008).

To Know
In Brown and Levinson’s (1987) theory of politeness, based in part on Goffman’s (1967) concept of face, we all have basically two needs: (1) the need to maintain positive face and (2) the need to maintain negative face. Positive face refers to the desire to be viewed positively by others, to be thought of favorably, to be held in high esteem. Negative facerefers to the desire to be autonomous, to have the right to do as you wish, to not be imposed upon.
Politeness in interpersonal communication, then, refers to behavior that allows others to maintain both positive and negative face; and impoliteness refers to behaviors that attack either positive face (for example, you criticize someone) or negative face (for example, you make demands on someone).
To help another person maintain positive face, you speak respectfully to and about the person, you give the person your full attention, you say “excuse me” when appropriate. In short you treat the person as you would want to be treated. In this way you allow the person to maintain positive face through what is called positive politeness. You attack the person’s positive face when you speak disrespectfully about the person, ignore the person or the person’s comments, and fail to use the appropriate expressions of politeness, such as “Thank you” and “Please.” It is attacks on positive face—sometimes called FTAs for Face Threatening Acts—that the term dissing is meant to capture. Made popular in the 1980s in rap music, the term refers to a form of impoliteness in which you criticize, act rudely, insult, put down, offend, or disrespect another person, verbally and/or nonverbally. It attacks a person’s positive face needs, the need to be approved of, to be respected.
To help another person maintain negative face, you respect the person’s right to be autonomous and so you request, rather than demand, that they do something; you say, “Would you mind opening a window” rather than “Open that window!” You might also give the person an “out” when making a request, allowing the person to reject your request if that is what the person wants. And so you say, “If this is a bad time, please tell me, but I’m really strapped and could use a loan of $100” rather than “You have to lend me $100.” If you want a recommendation, you might say, “Would it be possible for you to write me a recommendation for graduate school?” rather than “You have to write me a recommendation for graduate school.” In this way you enable the person to maintain negative face through what is called negative politeness.

To Do
Indicate how each of the following examples is impolite in terms of attacking positive and/or negative face by filling in as many boxes as you can in no more than 10 minutes.

Behaviors
Violation of Positive Face Needs
Violation of Negative Face Needs
1.      Failure to return the eye brow flash.
2.      Not indicating liking or +1 for a friend’s post.
3.      Criticizing another’s religious beliefs.
4.      Texting during dinner with a romantic partner.
5.      Cat calls.
6.      Asking for a favor.
7.      Interruptions which take over the speaker’s turn.
8.      Walking into another’s office without knocking.
9.      Not using normally expected honorifics such as Dr., Professor, General, or Officer.
10.  Accusing someone of some misdeed.

To Discuss
After all have completed this exercise, discussion might center on such issues as these:
1.      Under what circumstances can each of these behaviors become less impolite?
2.      Do you notice a gender difference in the use of these behaviors? If so, in what specific ways?
3.      What are some other examples of behaviors that violate our face needs?

To Read [References]
1.       Brown, P., & Levinson, S. C. (1987). Politeness: Some universals of language usage. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
2.       Cupach, W. R., & Metts, S. (1994). Facework. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
3.       Goffman, E. (1967). Interaction ritual: Essays on face-to-face behavior. New York, NY: Pantheon.
4.       Goldsmith, D. J. (2007). Brown and Levinson’s politeness theory. In Explaining communication: Contemporary theories and exemplars (pp. 219–236), B. B. Whaley & W. Samter (eds.). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.
5.       Holmes, J. (1995). Women, men and politeness. New York, NY: Longman. 
6.       Metts, S., & Cupach, W. R. (2008). Face theory. In Engaging theories in interpersonal communication: Multiple perspectives (pp. 203–214), L. A. Baxter & D. O. Braithwaite (eds.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

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To quote the Dr Seuss himself, “The more that you read, the more things you will know.
The more that you learn; the more places you'll go.”