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  • Conjuring the demon Through our mental aura and mentality, we construct our relationship to our destiny, karma, and inner life; reflects our beliefs, concepts, and attitudes. Though feelings and emotions are often keys to our beliefs, our mental activity decides what we will build as our internal structure, and how we project ourselves into life. We shape our reality with our minds. Our mind is the constructor, the builder. It reflects our associative ability through which we internalize and develop our integrative learning and personality. This level also dissociative and reflects the constraints that divide us from and within ourselves and from each other. Emotions give rise to our beliefs and judgments and the impetus to pursue our vision. It is the source of our drive for power and dominance, and powers our adversarial and competitive nature. The emotional aura is also the source of passion and the total embracing, loving heart that heals and forgives. The imaginal aura is the medium through which we create and transform our circumstances. This aura developed as a function of perception or inner-seeing and creativity. Intention, positive self-image, visual learning, visualization and healing, manifestation and success are generated and reflected in this level. Used integratively, it is a power force for connecting, integrating, and aligning all levels. Used dissociatively, the imaginal level can be devastating. Delusions and obsessions are generated through and reflected in this auric ...
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  • *** Chromosome Evolution and Medicine - David Page, MD A Decade with the Human Genome Sequence: Charting a Course for Genomic Medicine NHGRI hosted a day-long scientific symposium on Friday, Feb. 11, 2011, 8:30 am - 5:00 pm at the Ruth L. Kirschstein Auditorium, Natcher Conference Center on the National Institutes of Health (NIH) campus. The goal of the symposium was to offer the NIH community an exciting glimpse into contemporary genomics research, illustrating how genomics can be used to further medical discoveries and how genomics relates to individuals, communities and societies. More: www.genome.gov