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Our brains are composed of 80% water. The tangible brain contains the intangible mind filled with thoughts running through it instead of water. As contaminated water can damage our bodies, polluted ...

Our brains are composed of 80% water. The tangible brain contains the intangible mind filled with thoughts running through it instead of water. As contaminated water can damage our bodies, polluted thoughts can damage our minds as well. This presentation shows the network of intangibles that interact and affect our decisions. Turbulent thinking and the need to 'still' our thoughts are discussed with the derivation of lessons.

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    Dear Juao, what a timely comment. Very shortly (in less than two hours) I am uploading a presentation entitled 'Marketing and Performance Multiplier Force'. It answers your question. For now, I repeat what is on Slide 15 in the new presentation: 'The moral is to the physical as three to one.'
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  • From the spiritual world to the physical world, dear Ali... Another lovely echoe on my mind: we also need to through away the useless 'gewgaws' which overload our shoulders so that we shall travel light. As The Beatles sing, don't carry the world upon your shoulders,Jude. Or spiritual and physical are all the same?
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    I shall arise fresh, Isabella. What a picturesque comment!
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  • I read through the presentation again last night, it is help me to look at the toxins I have allowed. I would walk in the rain to help this, they are blessing waters but the negative connotation is how many see rain. Perhaps it would be more fitting to consider smog, i.e. the particles that get attached to the soft, moist and fertile bodies. In full immersion we rise anew from deep waters.
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  • I started a discussion on LinkedIn Groups 'The Social Capital- a subgroup of The Prosperity Renaissance' on Turbulent Societies- What Could We Do to Calm Them?
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  • Clean Your Mind CacheAli Anani, PhD
  • Information Flows Like Water: Water flow pressure and information flow pressure
  • Information Flows Like Water: Water flow pressure and information flow pressure Very rapid information flow causes: Stress Feelings of unhappiness Feeling at loss what to do and Loss of direction
  • Information Flows Like Water: Water flow pressure and information flow pressure Very rapid information flow causes: Stress Feelings of unhappiness Feeling at loss what to do and Loss of direction Loss in productivity
  • Humans are bodies of water
  • Brain 80% water Rest 20% Remember the 20/80 Rule?
  • Keep the 20% brain clean to assist keeping the 80% water clean
  • Water is fluid, soft, and yielding. But water will wear away rock, which is rigid and cannot yield. … This is another paradox: what is soft is strong. “ Tao Te Ching”
  • Is the quality of our brains and hearts linked to the quality of water that runs in our bodies? With what do we fill this water? Is the water turbid? What turbid water will do to us? How deep is this water?
  • We are aware of the ecosystems of tangibles and how they interact with each other
  • How about ecosystems of intangibles and how do they interact with each other?
  • And mainly ecosystems that have water as a major component How about ecosystems of intangibles and how do they interact with each other?
  • Let’s envisage an intangible water-based ecosystem
  • Intangibles Ecosystem 1. Humidity in the brain decays the “Thoughts Tree” 2. The deacying trunk provides an opportunity for new “Thought Plants” to grow 3. The tiny “thoughts plants” feed the bugs that disturb the mind 4. Bugs become the food for the “frogs in the Mind” 5. The frog becomes food for the “Snaky Thoughts” in the mind
  • I imagine that for every tangible fact there exists an equivalent intangible one Brain VS Mind Eyes VS Sight or Vision Hand VS Touch
  • I imagine that for every tangible fact there exists an equivalent intangible one Frog in the rain VS Frog in the brain
  • Intangibles Ecosystem 1. Humidity in the brain decays the “Thoughts Tree” 2. The deacying trunk provides an opportunity for new “Thought Plants” to grow 3. The tiny “thoughts plants” feed the bugs that disturb the mind 4. Bugs become the food for the “frogs in the Mind” 5. The frog becomes food for the “Snaky Thoughts” in the mind Bad experiences cause tornados in the mind and these cause “Frog Rain”
  • Intangibles Ecosystem 1. Humidity in the brain decays the “Thoughts Tree” 2. The deacying trunk provides an opportunity for new “Thought Plants” to grow 3. The tiny “thoughts plants” feed the bugs that disturb the mind 4. Bugs become the food for the “frogs in the Mind” 5. The frog becomes food for the “Snaky Thoughts” in the mind Bad experiences cause tornados in the mind and these cause “Frog Rain” Thoughts decay
  • Bacteria in our brains Until recently, scientists would have said no way. Now, that view is beginning to shift, with increasing evidence that bacteria do sneak in.
  • Bacteria in our brains Until recently, scientists would have said no way. Now, that view is beginning to shift, with increasing evidence that bacteria do sneak in. Bacteria in the brain and bacteria of thoughts in the mind
  • Mind Pond 1. Humidity in the brain decays the “Thoughts Tree” 2. The deacying trunk provides an opportunity for new “Thought Plants” to grow 3. The tiny “thoughts plants” feed the bugs that disturb the mind 4. Bugs become the food for the “frogs in the Mind” 5. The frog becomes food for the “Snaky Thoughts” in the mind
  • Mind Pond 1. Humidity in the brain decays the “Thoughts Tree” 2. The deacying trunk provides an opportunity for new “Thought Plants” to grow 3. The tiny “thoughts plants” feed the bugs that disturb the mind 4. Bugs become the food for the “frogs in the Mind” 5. The frog becomes food for the “Snaky Thoughts” in the mind Pebbles change the flow of thoughts
  • Stone minds They are like pebbles in water and change the flow of your thinking What happens when they collide?
  • How to clean your mind? We’re learning more about why sleep is so important. According to an interesting set of recent studies, sleep provides your brain with the opportunity to essentially clean itself. One researcher compares your brain to an aquarium: “Think about a fish tank. If you have a tank and no filter, the fish will eventually die. So, how do the brain cells get rid of their waste? Where is their filter?” I’m an insomniac with seventy-five open browser tabs. My aquarium is a swamp. http://newsfeed.time.com/2014/01/13/your-brain-is- like-a-fish-tank-and-other-fascinating-news-on-the-web/
  • That pond of water in your mind should remain clean and free of negative thoughts that grow the weeds of evil
  • We empty the computer cache to: free up space and help protect your privacy
  • We empty the computer cache to: free up space and help protect your privacy Likewise; empty the cache of your mind of bad thoughts to protect your personality and coherence
  • Don’t pollute the water in your mind Do you need healthy environment to work productively and purposefully? So does your mind
  • Who generates evil? Evil minds are like the browser cache if a virus or other parasite has been downloaded without your knowing it destroys your computer or degrades its performance. Then
  • Don’t let your mind download negative (rain) e-thoughts for they shall poison the water that runs in your brain
  • If water is moving very fast, the revealing ripples of a swimming body dissipates so quickly such that you may not notice them
  • If water is moving very fast, the revealing ripples of a swimming body dissipates so quickly such that you may not notice them You need to pause so that the ripples of ideas don’t disappear fast
  • Brainstorm in a fast moving environment is great, but it is greater sometimes if you brainstorm in a slow-moving environment
  • Restful minds might be full of “sleeping” ideas. They are like a soft drink it forms bubbles if you throw pebbles in the bottle
  • The Emotional Depth of the Pond This proverb compares aspects of the human character to hydro- dynamics. Where a river pools, the water is deep and still — a metaphor for intellectual depth, profound emotion or complex motives. Conversely, a superficial person might be compared to a river’s swift, rocky stretch: shallow and loud http://www.bozemandailychronicle.com/go/article_c7919d62-1b47-11e3-9ac0- 0019bb2963f4.html?mode=jqm
  • when a sheep drinks from a stream of water Sheep drink from flat and still waters.
  • when a sheep drinks from a stream of water Sheep drink from flat and still waters. Having a still mind might be the best way to “water” some people.
  • The rise of a trout in still water is entirely different from a rise in a brook or a stream Compared to the urgent rises of trout in moving water, still water trout produce a more languorous (lazy) and sensuous (affecting the senses in a pleasing way) disturbance http://midcurrent.com/books/leadeth-me-beside-still-waters/
  • Ideas are like trout- they may create more observable ripples in still water than fast-moving waters
  • If you put a frog in boiling water, it will jump out and avoid being cooked. However, if you put a frog in cold water and slowly raise the temperature to boiling, it will happily hang about until it’s cuisses de grenouilles soupe.
  • Your feelings affect the flow of water in your brain “Anger is like flowing water; there's nothing wrong with it as long as you let it flow. Hate is like stagnant water; anger that you denied yourself the freedom to feel, the freedom to flow; water that you gathered in one place and left to forget. http://internal-acceptance-movement.tumblr.com/post/998 0920021
  • You need your mind to flow and you need it to rest
  • Water in mind and in body Emotions are like wind: mild, strong, stormy… Still water Flowing water Mind is the container of water
  • Water flow is the continuous movement water molecules from one place to another The flow of water is smooth be- cause all the water molecules move, at more or less the same speed, in the same direction
  • The flow of water is smooth because all the water molecules move, at more or less the same speed, in the same direction
  • The flow of water is smooth because all the water molecules move, at more or less the same speed, in the same direction Opposing ideas means flow in the opposite direction. The flow of ideas in different directions causes turbulence in the mind
  • More Rush, Less Speed Smooth running water flows faster than turbulent water! Turbulent Laminar
  • Life Applications New research indicates that these animals negotiate turbulent waters using a special energy-conserving method that allows them to go with the Beneath its surface, a river is a chaotic and turbulent place. Objects such as branches, rocks or moving fish produce strings of small whirlpools, or “vortices” in the water flowing past.
  • Life Applications Mixing hot ideas with cold ideas fast creates turbulence. It is not only creating ideas; it is also to navigate in the turbulence
  • Business Applications A decade ago, people were thinking about moving through the water by brute force, trying to produce more thrust. Now we understand how you can get through water more efficiently by manipulating vortices. http://forum.weatherzone.com.au/ubbthreads.php/topics/1119754/all/The_Alt ernative_Energy_Scam
  • Business Applications The fish only need to contract their body muscles near the head to change position among the eddies. They don’t use all their body muscles to propel themselves forwards, as they would in smooth currents. http://blog.nus.edu.sg/lsm1303student2010/2010/04/09/clever-fish-really/
  • The force on an object that resists its motion through a fluid is called drag Material things resist changes in their velocity (this is what it means to have mass) and no two material things may occupy the same space at the same time (this is what it means to have volume). The portion of the drag force that is due to the inertia of the fluid — the resistance that it has to being pushed aside — is called the pressure drag (or form drag or profile drag). This is usually what someone is referring to when they talk about drag
  • In sports we notice the effect of drag Usually out of fear, the climber clutches the rock with undue force, becoming tense and burning through her strength reserves http://thestonemind.com/tag/efficiency/
  • Likewise; businesses may have “solid ideas’ meaning these ideas have velocity and volume and they may experience the drag effect Navigating our ways through the vortices to carry them though with little drag is possible by emulating the way trout do it
  • Business can keep its flow by doing more for less
  • Narcissus, fell in love with his own reflection An empathic relationship is a relationship in which at least one person in the relationship experiences and mirrors the emotional state of the other
  • Narcissus, fell in love with his own reflection Your ideas and thoughts mirror your mind to the others. Keep the water clean and the ideas clean so that you may brand your organization with great reflections
  • Remember that: Fusty thinking is a classic recipe for general anxiety and unhappiness.
  • Remember that: Fusty thinking is a classic recipe for general anxiety and unhappiness. Leading to fusty emotions and turbid minds embedded in turbid waters
  • Turn the Total Brain of Your Organization into a great dynamic force with great power
  • On a personal level clean yourself of bad memories that tie you up to the past and make your future look turbid.
  • Grudge, hatred and envy pollute the water that runs in your brain and mirror a negative attitude about you. Grudge, hatred and envy pollute the water that runs in your brain and mirror a negative attitude about you.