The Three Treasures

A part of the Dao Te Ching, Lao Tzu speaks on the topic of the three treasures.

I have found this particular lesson is most useful for people of at least 40 years of life experience.

The first treasure is Love.  Spend you time doing the things you love to do.  If you find yourself spending time doing something you don’t love, then either learn to love it or do something else.

The second treasure is Moderation.  Do what you love doing in moderation.  Too much of anything causes imbalances in your body and mind and leads to catastrophes.

The third treasure is Humility.  This one doesn’t quite translate well.  He doesn’t speak of the type of humility like bowing before a greater power.  This humility is a reminder that as you become successful in life there will be riches, rewards, admiration, and other things happen.  Being humble is keeping focused on doing what you love and not getting lost in the trappings of success.

Remind yourself of these simply truths each day and the reward will be many years of continued happiness and success for you and everyone you can help.

PRESENTING: MINUTES TO MEMORIES, reconnecting body mind and spirit

I am honored to present to you the first talk radio show that I am looking forward to listening to.  That’s because

I’M THE HOST!!!

6 pm every Friday from now until they run me off, I will be on internet radio www.jackaloperadio.com

Most gracious thanks goes out to my new producer Mr. Todd Sheets, what a cool dude.  He will be there with me to make sure everything sounds great.

My first show is this Friday at 6 pm CDT.  I am going to explain the theme of the show, tell my story, and review potential topics for future discussions.

I am lining up a fine list of guest speakers and like this blog I will ask the difficult questions and expect responses.

I invite you to join me, with your phone or computer, at http://www.jackaloperadio.com

We are time creatures pretending the universe is solid

Throughout the extent of our collective memory we as humans have pondered the big questions…

Who am I?

Why am I here?

Where is here anyway?

Now I don’t claim to have the definitive answers to these questions.  But, I can put together a theory grounded in recent observational discoveries played against ancient understandings to these questions.

First of all I would like to get an agreement with you.  Can we agree the world is round?

I know it sure looks flat out there, but I hope everyone will admit airplane routes would be very different if the world were flat.  In fact, everything from bridge construction to satellite communication systems  would operate very differently if our world was flat and still.  When you start to laugh at these statements please remember Galileo spent the last 15 years of his life under house arrest for openly discussing the controversial proposition that the world was round and orbited the sun.

We are in a time of great transition.  The human race now has access to information that is radically changing our understanding of ourselves and the world we live in.  This new information is challenging the status quo, similar to Galileo’s studies.  Like Galileo, the current power structure will fight to maintain its control over our lives with every resource they can gather.  Many efforts will be made to distract us, deceive us, mislead us, threaten us, and coerce us into going back to sleep and ignoring this information.  After all, what good is an abstract concept when I’m trying to put food on the table, right?  Well, this information will turn the field of health care on its head.

The problem the current authorities face is, also similar to the time of Galileo, truth once revealed cannot be put back into the bottle.

So what is this new truth?  Not only is the world NOT flat, it is also NOT solid.

dj.sol·id

1.

a. Of definite shape and volume; not liquid or gaseous.
b. Firm or compact in substance.
2. Not hollowed out: a solid block of wood.
3. Being the same substance or color throughout: solid gold.
4. Mathematics Of or relating to three-dimensional geometric figures or bodies.
5. Having no gaps or breaks; continuous: a solid line of people.
6. Of good quality and substance: a solid foundation.
7. Substantial; hearty: a solid meal.
8. Sound; reliable: solid facts.
9. Financially sound.
10. Upstanding and dependable: a solid citizen.
11. Written without a hyphen or space. For example, the word software is a solid compound.
12. Printing Having no leads between the lines.
13. Acting together; unanimous: a solid voting bloc.
14. Slang Excellent; first-rate.

Think about the implications of this discovery!

(to be continued)

IQ and timing adjustments

I have been contemplating the Shao Lin trick of slowing time.  This is much easier than it sounds.  You see, modern sensors confirm our sensation of the passage of time is caused by the constant conscience comparison of the frequencies around us to the pulse width of our own brains.

If something is vibrating too fast, direct interaction would be like jumping on a moving train so it appears solid to us.  Conversely, we can not directly observe a flower blooming because its timing is too slow for our brain’s pulse width.

Understanding this lead me to the idea that measuring IQ is nothing more than getting a measurement of the speed of our brains.  If this calculation is true, then exercises to increase the clock speed of a person’s brain should show up as an increase in their IQ.  Of course, activities that slow the clock speed (i.e. television) should lower a person’s IQ.

Thoughts?