When he was 17, Neil deGrasse Tyson got a letter from Carl Sagan, the Cornell astronomer and popular science luminary. Tyson was a Bronx High School of Science student applying to colleges, and Sagan invited him for a tour of the lab at Cornell. It was “an act of generosity that has affected me my entire life,” Tyson says. A few years later, in 1980, Sagan launched Cosmos: A Personal Journey, a 13-part television series that explored heady subjects like black holes, extraterrestrial life, and the beginning of the universe. Sagan passed away in 1996, but the Cosmos project was intentionally left open-ended. Now Tyson, an astrophysicist who directs the American Museum of Natural History’s Hayden Planetarium, is set to pick up where Sagan left off with a new iteration of the series, Cosmos: A Space-Time Odyssey.
(from an article of mentalfloss.com)
Basher on Food.
Vibrational relation-“ship” with food and “weight(wait)-ing” yourself down.
"One of the greatest acts of spirituality that you can possibly achieve is to simply live your physical life to the fullest that you can."
CONTINUUM is a feature length documentary telling the story of where we came from, who we are, and the possiblities of our future. The film features interviews with poets and astronauts, physicists and storytellers, anthropologists and Tibetan lamas, and stunning cinematography from around the world. The many voices of the film share a unified vision: we must start acting as a planetary civilization.
"Once poverty is gone, we’ll need to build museums to display its horrors to future generations. They’ll wonder why poverty continued so long in human society - how a few people could live in luxury while billions dwelt in misery, deprivation and despair."
"Recognize that you have chosen your purpose in being in this society at this time on your planet. Know that if you were not going to make a difference, you would not be here. As you begin to see the idea of the connection of everything in your society as it relates to you, and as you relate to it, you will begin to understand that each and every individual makes a difference within the society as a whole."
"Making the mistake isn’t a mistake. Judging yourself for having done it is the mistake."
"The realization that something is not as you want it to be is an important first step, but once you have identified that, the faster you are able to turn your attention in the direction of a solution, the better, because a continuing exploration of the problem will prevent you from finding the solution.
The problem is a different vibrational frequency than the solution—and all thoughts (or vibrations) are affected by (or managed by) the Law of Attraction."
Bashar - High Vibrational Diets (vegan, vegetarian)
Bashar talks about the vibrational resonance of our diets and how we can be more conducive to a higher frequency of energy, but it all depends upon the individual. He expands on our relationship with our food, and spirituality.
Bashar session - December 13, 2013
"There is no need to force yourself to be more spiritual. That is a contradiction."
Bashar - Freemasonry
Bashar talks about Freemasonry and the Knights Templar.
Bashar session - December 13, 2013
Hey, guys! Here’s a new promo for COSMOS: A Space-Time Odyssey, which now has a premier date! Set your TV calendars to March 9!
I’ve poured many, many stressful/sleepless/anxious nights into this show but I can honestly say I’ve never worked on any project as important and rewarding as this one. Cosmos means the world to me and I know it will to you, too. Please watch! Especially parents! Inspire your kids to pursue science!
"You will never ever ever actually discover that you are unworthy, EVER. You may create the experience of feeling unworthy, but you will never actually can be unworthy. For again, if you were truly unworthy of creation, believe me you will not exist…because creation does not make mistakes."