My guest for this episode is Simone Mucida who spoke with me from her home in Miami Florida. Simone has a degree in Psychology and has extensive experience as an organisational psychologists with different types of businesses and not for profit organizations. The focus of our conversation however, is around her research of consciousness under the conscientiological paradigm for over 2 decades. She has been a volunteer instructor of conscientiology since 2001. In case you haven’t listened to any of the previous episodes where we discussed conscientiology, it is a consciousness research discipline that originates from Brazil. Conscientiology has grown into a vast academic discipline.
Our discussion is centred on two entries Simone has written for the extensive Encyclopaedia of Conscientiology. The first entry deals with her main specialisation, which is known as Thosenology a subdiscipline of conscientiology that, studies the interaction and all the multidimensional repercussions between Thoughts, Sentiments and Energies. In other words we examine the fundamental nature of our thoughts and emotions to our energetic manifestation in this dimension. Simone’s second entry is super practical, because it deals with the negative or detrimental effects of gossiping within individuals’ lives as well as in groups of different sizes. Considering the impact of gossip from a multidimensional perspective really made me appreciate the importance of integrity and directness in our communication.
Simone provides consulting and counseling services and can be reached at email@example.com
027 - The power of our thoughts and emotions (thosenes) and the repercussions of gossip - discussing two entries from the Encyclopaedia of Conscientiology with Simone Mucida
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