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1Join us for World Peace Weekend Empty Join us for World Peace Weekend Sat Sep 05, 2015 12:24 am



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Join us on a journey from creating and maintaining Inner Peace in our lives, through learning to extend that Peace into our communities and then into Peace in the World. Featuring thought leaders like Bruce Lipton, Lynne McTaggert, Andrew Harvey, Dean Radin, Satish Kumar, Charles Eisenstein, The Gyuto Monks of Tibet and many more. Filmed on location throughout the world and with special coverage of the Jerusalem Sacred Music Festival.
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What Would You Give Up For World Peace?
By UPLIFT on Friday September 4th, 2015
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The Problem with Being a Species of Individual Organisms

With conflicts on multiple continents it’s hard to look at the ways we humans are horrible to each other and not ask: What the hell is wrong with us?
How can we inflict so much suffering on each other, always with the assertion that — on some level — it is necessary and, even, just? Is there something utterly flawed in the nature of our consciousness that repeatedly triggers such destruction?
Facing such questions, the astrobiologist in me wonders if there might be alternative modes of consciousness that would allow us to escape this fate. Looking forward, could we create something different? We could, but the cure comes with its own cost.
It’s called a hive mind.
Taken from studies of social insects, the basic idea of a hive mind is simple. The ants in an ant colony can be seen not as individual organisms but as “cells” in what scientists like E.O. Wilson call a superorganism. And these superorganisms are, in their way, consciousness.
They respond.
They react.
The behavior of an individual ant embodies more than just its own responses to the environment. It also reveals the collective response of the colony to the environment they inhabit. This distributed “thinking” is expressed in chemical signaling between individuals, rather than through the electrical impulses connecting the various elements of an individual brain. This is a hive mind.
There are lots of examples of superorganisms in nature: honeybees, wasps, termites. Are we in the mess we’ve created because we don’t have a hive mind? Are the horrors we inflict so easily on each other a symptom of our individual selves being trapped in the dark rooms of our heads, with no direct access to the experiences of others? Might having even a small share of the collective consciousness of a hive mind be better for humanity as a whole?
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Detail of Betrayal by Mario Sanches Nevado
Imagining intelligent hive-mind species has long been a staple of science fiction. How such a self-aware hive mind is portrayed, however, depends on the intent of the author.
In Ender’s Game, for example, Earth fights a vicious war against the Formics, an insect hive-mind species. Only at the end of the war does Ender Wiggin learn that the Formics attacked us by mistake. Their error came precisely because they (or, better yet, it) didn’t recognize humans as sentient creatures because we don’t have a shared consciousness — a situation the Formics see as horrible in its loneliness. In the end, the Formics are recognized as creatures of high intelligence, sophistication and compassion.
On the other side of the divide there’s the infamous [email=http://www.startrek.com/database_article/borg]Borg[/email] from Star Trek. The Borg travel the galaxy in their immense cube-shaped starships, remorselessly assimilating every species they encounter. In this vision of the hive mind, to be assimilated is seen as a kind of death without release. The Borg’s victims are not just devoured, they are lost to themselves, becoming just more Borg looking for more victims.
Thus we have two poles. On the one hand, to be part of a hive mind might be inclusive and harmonizing. On the other hand, assimilation into the hive mind would be a nightmare, the ultimate eradication of individual will and purpose.
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Human chain demonstration

Where is the Human hive-mind?

Evolution did not drive our social formations toward a hive mind. [UPDATE: I originally said mammals as a group did not go down this path. A reader has pointed out that the Damaraland mole rat and the naked mole rats are, in fact, eusocial mammals.] We don’t form colonies and, as E.O. Wilson’s Superorganism co-author Bert Hölldobler sees it, that may have been a mistake:
“In our early past, in our still-biological past, 15,000 years ago we were hunter gatherers. We showed group cohesiveness and discrimination against other groups. It was adaptive. It was quite understandable that we evolved traits of group recognition, and making sure we recognized foreigners. This is my conviction that this is probably the early basis for our unfortunate xenophobic behavior that is still in us. It’s a behavior that is now terribly maladaptive.”
Of course, you might think visions of a human hive mind are nothing more than science fiction or academic gameplay. But that would only be true if it weren’t for the fact that lots of folks are, right now, hard at work developing technologies to create the possibility of a human hive mind (or something like it).
Let’s ignore, for the moment, debates about whether the Internet is leading to the creation of a de facto human hive mind. While there is merit to these arguments, in a true sentient superorganism we might expect a deeper, more visceral connection between individuals. And that is exactly the kind of wiring that is being explored now in research labs around the world.
In 2013 researchers were able to establish an electronic brain-to-brain interface between rats, such that stimulus given one rat drove a response in a linked rat. For some thinkers, this kind of breakthrough represents the first steps toward a Brain-Net. In the future, they tell us, we might all be wirelessly linked to each other. We could “hear” each other’s thoughts and feel each other’s emotions.
While the ultimate feasibility of such a mind-to-mind interface is certainly up for debate, there are, without a doubt, a lot of people trying to make it happen. So here is the question: If it does work and we create a shared cognitive space — a noosphere of collective experience — will we be any better off? Will that form of hive mind help us?
One can imagine that wirelessly walking a mile in another person’s shoes would be enough to give you pause before turning that “other” into an enemy worthy of eradication. Taken on a global scale, perhaps something new might emerge that would be powerful enough to balance the passions of the individual with the best interests of the species.
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World Peace – If You Want It

But what would have to be given up?

For most of us, any retreat from the individual will — the ability to act based on our own judgments and not those of a collective — seems too alien and horrible to consider. One of the greatest fears of those considering the development of something like the Brain-Net is the terrible possibility that someone could use these technologies to do more than simply allow us to share thoughts. If thoughts (and actions) can beinduced through a Brain-Net by outside authorities, then we will be left with the biggest of Big Brother nightmares. As futurist and author Ramez Naam told i09:
” … you can imagine [the Brain-Net] driving a world like that of 1984, where central authorities are the ones in control, and they’re the ones using these direct brain technologies to monitor people, to keep people in line, or even to manipulate people into being who they’re supposed to be. That’s what keeps me up at night.”
Would we better off with hive mind? The answer may be just “wait and see.” But I think we could solve our problems with some simpler ideas — empathy, compassion, humility — embodied in old saying that goes something like this:
So in everything, do to others what you would have them do to you.

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Fellow Lover of Peace:

Sept 19-21 is International Peace Weekend, and UNIFY will be hosting a 3-day digital gathering to celebrate and promote world peace!


Thanks to the evolution of consciousness and technology the world is now more connected than ever before.  Now it is possible for us to come together as one human family no matter where we reside and bring to life our deepest truth. In your heart you know that what we can conceive is possible.  You know, like we do, that world peace is achievable.


We are in a new era of connectivity and relationship, and all of the world’s great spiritual traditions remind us that in truth we are not separate from one another, but that we are one.

It is precisely this knowing that lies at the heart of UNIFY.ORG.


It is time to BE THE CHANGE we wish to see in the world.  It is time to gather as one human family and bring forth into the world the peace that lies in our hearts.


Now is the time. We are the ones we’ve been waiting for.

No matter where you are, you can join us!  RSVP for World Peace Weekend by going to our Facebook Page and sharing this with your friends--and family, too!  


People from all walks of life, from all corners of the globe, will be joining us to celebrate, meditate, connect, and share over the course of International Peace Day weekend. With your support, Peace Weekend 2015 will be our largest global synchronized meditation and social action event yet.


You are essential to our success! Join us and shift the consciousness of the planet!  Through meditation, action, and intention, we can stake our vision and shift our world!


Sept. 19-21, UNIFY.ORG will feature meditations, movies, teachings, lessons, and workshops on the topic of international peace!


If you’re interested in organizing a live event during the weekend,

We are thrilled to have the following organizations standing with us to expand the consciousness of the planet:
Uplift * Special Envoy to UN * BeThePeace * Xanopia * Pathways to Peace * Art of Living * URI * Link Media * Shift Network  * Master Shift * Collective Evolution * Mind Unleashed * Harmony Connect * Spirit Science * Global Meditation * Harmonize * Moment of Calm * Prem Baba * Peace One Day * WorldWide Forgiveness Alliance * Forgiveness Challenge * Heart Math * MedMob * Gaiafield Project * Earth dance * 1 giant mind * Yoga Download *  World Peace Prayer Society * Symbiosis Gathering * IAHV * Do As One * Evolver Network * Elevate 

We will be sending out further information soon about how to organize and host your own World Peace Day event.  Be part of this massive expression of peace and be the change you want to see!




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