Tuesday, March 8, 2016

Women's Day

March 8, 2016

International Women's Day Website

International Women's Day

Spring comes to Brooklyn

In the energies of a ...

New Moon 18° Pisces Total Solar Eclipse - March 9, 2016

This Week's Total Solar Eclipse: Science of the Celestial Event

Eclipses: Science, Mythology, Astrology, Pseudoscience

Your Aha! Moments

Pointing up

It's in our nature to solve mysteries, expose conspiracies, and quest for answers as that will ultimately bring us to the "Aha Moment"! The name Aha takes us to Pharaoh Narmer, founder of the First Dynasty ... in other words ... where it all began ... the messages your soul receives from the consciousness grids. There is always an Aha Moment when you connect your physical experience with your spiritual purpose wanting to know why you were here and seeking out someway to make a difference. We all had that moment when we woke up and realized we were on a journey that was guided by ... (you fill in the blank.) For me, it happened at age 40 when I came to terms with the fact that physical reality was an interesting place but it was time to fulfill a chosen destiny shown to me in the Nevada desert when I was 11 years old and had an "alien" experience.

The Aha! Moment is often equated to the turning on a light bulb. It is a connection from the darkness we experience in physical reality (illusion, dream) to the light of creation. Again, it's "above meets below" - the "X" in the hourglass of time.

Should we trust our Aha! Moments or messages from soul consciousness? If you can do it with an emotional filter - then they are usually correct - at least for me. Fear not if you miss the message, as your soul will continue to bring it until you do.

Trust your aha! moments: Experiments show they're probably right  
Science Daily - March 7, 2016

Analytical thinking is best used for problems in which known strategies have been laid out for solutions, such as arithmetic, Kounios said. But for new problems without a set path for finding a solution, insight is often best. The new study shows that more weight should be placed on these sudden thoughts. When a solution to a problem seems to have come to you out of thin air, it turns out you've more than likely been struck with the right idea, according to a new study. A series of experiments conducted by a team of researchers determined that a person's sudden insights are often more accurate at solving problems than thinking them through analytically.

March 13 - November 6, 2016

Daylight Saving Time

  Daylight Saving Time Google Video

5 Weird Effects of Daylight Saving Time   Live Science - November 3, 2013
1. More car accidents?     2. Increased workplace injuries    
3. More heart attacks     4. Longer cyberloafing     5. Increased cluster headaches

Daylight Saving Time was first mentioned by Benjamin Franklin in a letter to the editors of the Journal of Paris. Ben also designed the first US coin. On one side he placed the word Fugio beside a sundial. Fugio in Latin means I Fly, and in conjunction with the sundial it implies "Time Flies" - Tempus Fugit. With the sun above the sundial, the effect of the design is rather artistic and coveys one of Franklin's favorite aphorisms. Carpe Diem Seize the Day