The Destruction of our Life Support Resonance (Shumann’s Resonance)

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WoW..  isochronic tones of Schumann Resonance or 7.83 Hz. Often it is referred as “Earth’s pulse” Th Frequency is Amazing.. i use the one made by Brainwave.. Its amazing.. Research that have been done with experienced meditators (Zen meditators) show that it is a significant frequency. Its benefits are: Stress minimization, Healing acceleration, Muscle rejuvenation, Learning skills enhancement, Mental well-being.  

I have also included aBrain Wave Binaural – Schumann Resonance Very powerful ( Use headphones)

~ Galactic human ~

Published on Feb 3, 2015

This clip is from the fabulous documentary “Resonance – Beings of Frequency”. It can be seen for free at: http://topdocumentaryfilms.com/resona…

The concept of “frequencies” is not taught in our public institutions. If they were, the entire wireless communications system would start coming down.

Schumann Resonance 783hz Earth Frequency – Brainwave Entrainment

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Pakistani Short Film invited to participate at 2015 Cannes Film Festival

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Pakistani short film ‘Baat Cheet’ has been invited to participate in the Short Film Corner at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival. The short film was written, produced and directed by Rayika Choudri and stars Sarwat Gilani and Joshinder Chaggar in the leading roles.

Due to represent the film at the festival is Choudri herself and the film’s assistant director, MishaRezvi, an Emmy-winning documentary filmmaker.

Baat Cheet has also won three gold awards at the Documentary & Short International Movie Awards 2015 (Indonesia) in directing, newcomer and international short film categories.

The 68th annual Cannes Film Festival is scheduled to be held from 13 to 24 May 2015 in France.

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Louis Theroux: the harmless Brit who packs a punch with his huge journalistic arsenal

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Theroux’s brilliance is understated but brilliant

I have long been an admirer of Louis Theroux and the work that he does.

His documentaries deal with a large range of topics and issues, some more obscure than others, and relays them in a way which anyone can relate to.

I like to think of him as the master of human interest journalism: he takes any subject and makes it accessible to such a broad audience. A skill that many do not have, but he has in abundance.

He also embodies the phrase ‘jack of all trades’, making himself an expert in his chosen subject area in order to get the most out of his explorations.

You can also not fault his commitment to the cause either, as I have seen him totally immerse himself into things on numerous occasions to help to tell the story.

I’ve watched him undergo liposuction, audition…

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Losing may be better than winning for the Miami Heat

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heat Miami’s Dwyane Wade is guarded by Indiana’s Rodney Stuckey during the Heat’s loss to Indiana on Sunday. Wade said the team isn’t considering the possibility of being better off if they miss the playoffs. “That’s nothing we think about.”(Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)

Finishing one of the worst years in the team’s nine-year history, the Heat next year could use a high draft pick.

The problem is the Heat must lose to get that draft pick. That means missing the playoffs might actually be in Miami’s best interest.

Another reason to forget the playoffs is that Dwayne Wade, Hassan Whiteside and Chris Hassan are nursing injuries. The Heat have used 21 players and a franchise-record 30 different starting lineups this year due to injuries. Playoffs mean more risk of injuries.

Is losing to get a high draft pick going to happen?

“We’re not wired that way,” coach Erik Spoelstra recently…

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