Team Building & Inter-Personal Communication

Workshops and Profiling

 

For Business/Corporate companies seeking to develop & enhance all aspects of Inter-Personal communications,    these 1-Day and Weekend Workshops comprise a unique and effective formula based on:

    • Basic principles of Psychology & Business Anthropology
  • Personality Profiling for Individuals & Groups (Psychometric analysis)

 

 

Inter-Personal Communication Workshops / Team Building Workshops

  • to assist with HR functions ie. employee selection & placement, according to personality profiles:
  • to delvelop interpersonal relations on all levels
  • to faciliate improved communication between individuals, departments and management levels
  • to enhance problem solving and productivity
  • to build self esteem and EQ
  • to enhance initiative and ensure resonsiblity of tasks
  • to promote professional conduct
  • to build trust and loyalty 

 

Personality Profiling - Interpersonal Relations 

  • upon request

 

Workshop premises:

-  Cape Town

- In-house nationally, upon request

Available for all Staff and Management levels 

Quotations available upon request. 

A famous study by Dr. Masura Emoto demonstrates that the energy of our thoughts has a direct effect on the geometric structure of water molecules. The hypothes...is that water “treated” with intention can affect ice crystals formed from that water was pilot tested under double-blind conditions. A group of approximately 2,000 people in Tokyo focused positive intentions toward water samples located inside an electromagnetically shielded room in California. That group was unaware of similar water samples set aside in a different location as controls. Ice crystals formed from both sets of. That group was unaware of similar water samples set aside in a different location as controls. Ice crystals formed from both sets of water samples were blindly identified and photographed by an analyst, and the resulting images were blindly assessed for aesthetic appeal by 100 independent judges. In conclusion, the present pilot results are consistent with a number of previous studies suggesting that intention may be able to influence the structure of water. Here is a photo of the effects direct states of conscious intention had on the structure of water.

Consciousness has measurable effects on the geometric structure of water crystals. What does this tell us about the nature of consciousness? Is it possible that water is comprised of the same underlying "thing" as our thoughts are? Maybe this is an incentive to pray over our food before we eat it. Here is a link to the study repeated.

http://media.noetic.org/uploads/files/Double-blind_water.pdf

http://www.creatingconsciously.com/books/emotowaterbook.pdf


 

 Photo: The idea of the universe as a 'giant brain' has been proposed by scientists - and science fiction writers - for decades.

But now physicists say there may be some evidence that it's actually true. In a sense.

According to a study published in Nature's Scientific Reports, the universe may be growing in the same way as a giant brain - with the electrical firing between brain cells 'mirrored' by the shape of expanding galaxies.

The results of a computer simulation suggest that "natural growth dynamics" - the way that systems evolve - are the same for different kinds of networks - whether its the internet, the human brain or the universe as a whole.

A co-author of the study, Dmitri Krioukov from the University of California San Diego, said that while such systems appear very different, they have evolved in very similar ways.

The result, they argue, is that the universe really does grow like a brain.

The study raises profound questions about how the universe works, Krioukov said.

"For a physicist it's an immediate signal that there is some missing understanding of how nature works," he told Space.com.

The team's simulation modelled the very early life of the universe, shortly after the big bang, by looking at how quantum units of space-time smaller than subatomic particles 'networked' with each other as the universe grew.

They found that the simulation mirrored that of other networks. Some links between similar nodes resulted in limited growth, while others acted as junctions for many different connections.

For instance, some connections are limited and similar - like a person who likes sports visiting many other sports websites - and some are major and connect to many other parts of the network, like Google and Yahoo.

No, it doesn't quite mean that the universe is 'thinking' - but as has been previously pointed out online, it might just mean there's more similarity between the very small and the very large than first appearances suggest.  http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2012/11/27/physicists-universe-giant-brain_n_2196346.html

 

The idea of the universe as a 'giant brain' has been proposed by scientists - and science fiction writers - for decades.

But now physicists say there may be some evidence that it's actually true. In a sense.

According to a study published in Nature's Scientific Reports, the universe may be growing in the same way as a giant brain - with the electrical firing between brain cells 'mirrored' by the... shape of expanding galaxies.

The results of a computer simulation suggest that "natural growth dynamics" - the way that systems evolve - are the same for different kinds of networks - whether its the internet, the human brain or the universe as a whole.

A co-author of the study, Dmitri Krioukov from the University of California San Diego, said that while such systems appear very different, they have evolved in very similar ways.

The result, they argue, is that the universe really does grow like a brain.

The study raises profound questions about how the universe works, Krioukov said.

"For a physicist it's an immediate signal that there is some missing understanding of how nature works," he told Space.com.

The team's simulation modelled the very early life of the universe, shortly after the big bang, by looking at how quantum units of space-time smaller than subatomic particles 'networked' with each other as the universe grew.

They found that the simulation mirrored that of other networks. Some links between similar nodes resulted in limited growth, while others acted as junctions for many different connections.

For instance, some connections are limited and similar - like a person who likes sports visiting many other sports websites - and some are major and connect to many other parts of the network, like Google and Yahoo.

No, it doesn't quite mean that the universe is 'thinking' - but as has been previously pointed out online, it might just mean there's more similarity between the very small and the very large than first appearances suggest.
 http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2012/11/27/physicists-universe-giant-brain_n_2196346.htmlSee More

— with Gesa Dreamcatcher, Morgana Bodicea Leyfey, Ali Perez, Alfonso Contreras Castillo, Nayan Bliss, Jill Marie and Earthangel Seven. 

 

 

Dolphin Image courtesy of Bill Longshaw at FreeDigitalPhotos.net 

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