We’ve Got Rhythm

At the Near Future Summit 2017, I organized and moderated a capsule on Cycles and Rhythms.  After years of studying the psychophysiology of our relationship to technology (how our attention, emotions, and physiology (breathing, etc.) are impacted by the way we use technology today), I realized that, at a deeper level, this all relates to the rhythms of the body.  And the body is all about rhythm!

For starters: our gait, pulse, respiration, heart rate variability, organs, cranial rhythms, and our circadian rhythms, play a significant role in our health.  Just as our bodies are all about rhythm, our planet, too, is all about cycles and rhythms.

Here’s my blog post from Medium.com on the session.

A few more words (and links!) on the Near Future Summit…

The World Positive area on Medium covered a number of the capsules at the Near Future Summit 

For me, attending this event, was one of the most uplifting and optimistic experiences ever.  Presenter after presenter shared break through technologies  from CleanTech  and urban farming to medicine, and from the treatment of PTSD to anti-recidivism.

If you have a moment to look up any of the following speakers, you’re likely to discover some extraordinary projects and startups:

Medicine:  Dean Kamen, Osman Kibar, Nina Tandon

Food/Urban Farming:  Tobias Peggs

CleanTech:  Ben Bronfman, Etosha Cave, Ilan Gur, Molly Morse

Social Responsibility and Community Building:  Cameron Sinclair, Yosef Ayele, Lindsay Holden

Cycles and Rhythms:  Satchin Panda, Marko Ahtisaari, Dave Gallo, Li-Huei Tsai

PSTD:  Rick Doblin

Criminal Justice Reform:  Valerie Jarrett, Scott Budnick, Catherine Hoke, Lynn Overmann

Enjoy!!

 

 

 

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One response to “We’ve Got Rhythm

  1. Kim C Muir

    So well written Linda! I really enjoyed this reading!!!
    Keep up the great work
    Love,
    Kimmy

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