29 10, 2014

Creating Lasting Change


How can the preacher in the Deep South, in a moment of religious ecstasy, drink strychnine and have no biological effects? How can certain Indonesian children chew on glass and not bleed? Why do firewalkers not burn their feet on the hot coals when temperatures soar above 1000 degrees? How is it possible for an ordinary, middle aged mother to lift a 2000 pound car that has crashed and pull out her children who are pinned underneath? In all of the above cases, these people made a decision with clear purpose and firm intention. Their decision carried with it an [...]

Creating Lasting Change2017-02-06T19:03:38+00:00
23 10, 2014

Watch Wounda the chimpanzee hug Jane Goodall after being released into the Wild


After being brought back from the brink of death by the Jane Goodall Institute, Wounda the chimpanzee makes a simple gesture of thanks that will melt your heart. Everyone at Encephalon is a big fan of Jane Goodall, the famous animal conservationist, so it was an easy decision to share this wonderful video showing her and her crew releasing Wounda, a rehabilitated chimp, into the wilds of their Tchindzoulou Island refuge. The Jane Goodall Institute established the refuge on the island in the Kouilou River in the Republic of Congo as a safe haven for chimpanzee victims of bush meat [...]

Watch Wounda the chimpanzee hug Jane Goodall after being released into the Wild2017-02-06T19:03:38+00:00
23 10, 2014

Our Story In 2 Minutes


Here’s a fascinating video made by Joe Bush, a 19-year old film student as part of a project for his video productions class. Joe gathered hundreds of images from all over the internet and mashed them up to form a 2-minute video depicting the history of mankind starting from the formation of the universe, evolution of man to the present day scenario (mostly American) followed by glimpses of the (predicted) future of our planet. Check it out below

Our Story In 2 Minutes2017-02-06T19:03:38+00:00
22 10, 2014

The passing of a legend – Dr. Masaru Emoto, “the water doctor” dies


Dr. Masaru Emoto, the world renowned "water doctor" who became better known through the film “What the Bleep Do We Know?” died peacefully this AM with his beloved wife by his side. The friendly and jovial Dr. Emoto was a Tokyo scientist who had been visually documenting molecular changes in water by means of special photographic techniques. In so doing, he expanded our concept of Consciousness. His work has influenced millions, and paved the way for a massive transformation in the evolution of consciousness, quantum physics, and our understanding of reality. His work was legendary. His office staff at OME [...]

The passing of a legend – Dr. Masaru Emoto, “the water doctor” dies2017-02-06T19:03:38+00:00
7 10, 2014

You are the Placebo: Psychosomatic Blindness


  Memories are a kind of record. They provide us with all kinds of information about a past experience. A positive experience can produce feelings of happiness or contentment while a negative one can cause anger or despair. This information feeds your future response. Think of something that made you happy. Perhaps you have a vivid memory of a family vacation. The sights, sounds and smells are long gone but just thinking about them produced a new reality in your mind and body. Maybe you smiled or laughed as you thought about that trip. As a result, you’ll likely want [...]

You are the Placebo: Psychosomatic Blindness2017-02-06T19:03:38+00:00