Category Archives: Biology

Elisabet Sahtouris on “Transformation from caterpillar to butterfly”

Today I was reading about Elisabet Sahtouris, American/Greek biological philosopher, educator and writer. On her website there is a beautiful and thought-provoking piece about the transformation from caterpillar to butterfly, which I reproduce below. I hope you can add your … Continue reading

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There is more to the brain than you think!

One of the aspects that I chose for excellent leadership is that of being spiritual. Spiritual is a hard word to define but for me the content of this talk by Joe Dispenza encapsulates spirituality and wisdom. By that I mean … Continue reading

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6 Surprising Things That Affect Your Brain

As someone who is fascinated by brain function and who knows that we can change because our brain can change (re-wiring = neuroplasticity), I enjoyed this article that I found posted on care2.com’s site. 6 Surprising Things That Affect Your … Continue reading

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Beyond Darwin

When I think of thought leaders, Dr Bruce Lipton appears at the top of my list. I met Bruce in Sedona in 2003 at a conference (more later *) and being still a biologist at heart, I found his work … Continue reading

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