Adventure 63 ~ Einstein’s Theory Of General Relativity

Four lines of enquiry opened up yesterday as a result of grappling with the idea of wormholes. One of those lines was : what is the theory of general relativity? Today I attempt to understand, and describe, this theory which Einstein published in 1915. (I’d just like to say that my head is beginning to hurt!) 🙂

I am just going outside and I may be some time.

JT

Adventure 62 ~ Wormholes 101

Today I’m exploring the line of enquiry that opened up for me yesterday : wormholes . Watch me as I use a part of my vacuum cleaner to explain how this hypothetical feature of space- time might work and as I begin to see a learning pattern emerge!

I am just going outside and may be some time 🙂 .

JT

Adventure 61 ~ The Anatomy Of A Black Hole

spaceAlright. Hands up. It’s true : I’ve moved from “not interested in space at at all” to “totally fascinated by the entire cosmos and beyond” within 24 hours (and I’m certainly starting to see how my learning strategy really works for me!) Yesterday’s adventure opened up 3 interesting lines of enquiry for me :

What is a black hole?

What is the event horizon?

What is the singularity?

Watch as I explore the anatomy of a black hole and open up another new line of enquiry 🙂 !

I am just going outside and may be some time.

JT

Adventure 60 ~ What Would Happen If I Fell Into A Black Hole?

Today’s adventure sees me starting a new adventure series. The aim of this series is to discover more about the way I learn. I selected a magazine that seemed to hold very little appeal and wondered if I could get curious about any of its contents. Would a natural curiosity emerge? Would a line of enquiry reveal itself  like a trail of breadcrumbs for me to follow?

Watch what happens when I open the pages of “All About Space” 🙂 .

I am just going outside and may be some time.

JT

Adventures 55 – 57 ~ Dreams And The Sweet Smell Of Success

I’ve been away with work over the last couple of days, so here is a consolidated post which includes the adventures from the 24th – 26th February 2014.

In Adventure 55 ~ Dream Diary Day 6 ,  I learn that sometimes you have to go to sleep in order to learn how to wake up and be fully present!

In Adventure 56 ~ Dream Diary Day 7 , I get to see how I process day-time events :

In Adventure 57 ~ The Most Expensive Perfume , I pluck up the courage to ask the assistant in Duty Free (I normally avoid the assistants like the plague and really don’t enjoy being “sold to”) whether I can try the most expensive perfume in the shop. Here’s what happened (and, for the record, it was a little too musky for me and I didn’t think it was worth the price!)

I am just going outside and may be some time.

JT

Adventure 54 ~ Dream Diary Day 5

Today you can see how seriously my dream-makers take my work! I’ll be off the radar until Thursday and I’ll update you with all my adventures then 🙂 . Looks like I’m headed for a period of growth and transformation!

I am just going outside and may be some time.

JT

Adventure 53 ~ Dream Diary Day 4

Watch what happens when I set the intention to explore some of my regular dreamscapes! (You can learn how to use this technique for yourself here .)

I am just going outside and may be some time 🙂 .

JT

Adventure 52 ~ Dream Diary Day 3

It seems that when your dream-makers know that you’re listening, they really get weaving! Watch what happens as the communication channel between me and my “dream team” opens right up 🙂 .

I am just going outside (or inside, in this case 😛 ) and may be some time.

JT

Adventure 51 ~ Dream Diary Day 2

Today I hit the “I- can’t- remember- any- of- my- dreams” wall and discover a very interesting solution! (Oh – and the trainers I mention in the “key elements of the dream” section are grey : that’s important to know!)

If you want to know more about the process I am using to interpret my dreams, you can find everything you need here .

Lighthouse I am just going outside and may be some time 🙂 .

JT

Adventure 45 ~ Gratitude Journal Day 7

Here I am at the end of my first 7-day gratitude adventure and I’m noticing some really significant changes. Just to be “scientific” about it, I re-took the self-test I did on day 1 of my gratitude journal. Even after only 7 days, I’ve gone up 10% points :).  Now I’m more grateful than 85% of the adult, American population!

In today’s video, I record the final part of my journal and share what I’m noticing about my relationship with gratitude.

I am just going outside and may be some time.

JT