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Fire In The Library Rachel Rosenthal And Richard Terrile...
Terrile discusses the mind and consciousness. He discusses the separation between the brain and the mind, and the audience...
Fire In The Library Fire In The Mind Dr. Zhensu She And...
Dr. She discusses the potential for evolution within social structures, determined by an eastern approach of chi, using...
Fire In The Library Fire In The Mind Dr. Zhensu She And...
Dr. She discusses the potential for evolution within social structures, determined by an eastern approach of chi, using...
Fire In The Library Fire In The Mind Dr. Zhensu She And...
Dr. She explains the the concept of chi as a flow of information, different from ether, which is the medium by which it...
Fire In The Library Fire In The Mind Dr. Zhensu She And...
Students pose the question of various types of relationships and how they would impact varied types of exchanges of energy,...

Fire In The Library Fire In The Mind Dr. Zhensu She And Tobey Crockett Part One

Dr. She discusses the potential for evolution within social structures, determined by an eastern approach of chi, using comparison between social structures and organisms occurring in nature. Correlations between chi fields and social structures are utilized in explaining harmony within organisms to achieve an optimal state. A student initiates discussion regarding Eastern versus Western social hierarchies and norms. Dr. She discusses the universal law of chi interactions, the cultivation and macroscopic conditions. Another student initiates a discussion regarding various types of social relationships and their specific types of exchanges of energy. Dr. She, Crockett and students discuss models of social interaction and different types of chi.


Fire In The Library Fire In The Mind Dr. Zhensu She And Tobey Crockett Part Two

Dr. She discusses the potential for evolution within social structures, determined by an eastern approach of chi, using comparison between social structures and organisms occurring in nature. Correlations between chi fields and social structures are utilized in explaining harmony within organisms to achieve an optimal state. A student initiates discussion regarding Eastern versus Western social hierarchies and norms. Dr. She discusses the universal law of chi interactions, the cultivation and macroscopic conditions. Another student initiates a discussion regarding various types of social relationships and their specific types of exchanges of energy. Dr. She, Crockett and students discuss models of social interaction and different types of chi.

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Dr. She explains the the concept of chi as a flow of information, different from ether, which is the medium by which it...
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Crockett discusses the importance of having working models in order to perceive the world in various manners. She discusses...
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Eugenia Butler concludes the discussion, giving thanks to all participants and announcing the next "Fire in the Library" event....

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Dr. She explains the the concept of chi as a flow of information, different from ether, which is the medium by which it is transferred. He discusses this field as fluid and compares it to the order found within the human body. The laws of social organization can be related to the behavior of organisms. Dr. She and a student discuss the differences within Eastern and Western social norms, discussing interactions at varied scales and environments that are conducive to the formations of clusters. He posed the question of which direction is our society moving.


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Students pose the question of various types of relationships and how they would impact varied types of exchanges of energy, specifically romantic relationships. This encourages a discussion about the universal law of interaction, the impact of levels of awareness within types of love and the changes in concepts of love throughout history. Further discussion by Dr. She promotes the idea of higher consciousness of the world, the various stages of chi and the cultivation of the intention of an individual’s chi.