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Saturday, March 23, 2013

Research and Reference for ~*Daffodil*~ &The Brain

Research & Reference
2011 ~2016 

~*Daffodil*~ & The Brain

Work in Progress

This body of work is a love story with the universe expressed through a flower, a gift of creation shared between heart and brain while contemplating the meaning of life, our personal reality in a diverse world inspired by the ancient truths uncovered along the way that feed our hungry soul.

And so the journey begins here for  ~*Daffodil*~ & The Brain and how to connect that thought to demonstrate such a process on three 4' x 6' gallery canvas.  

My intention was to demonstrate the journey of energy from the birth of a star, which rests on the petal of a daffodil reflecting the light of life itself in a simple dew drop,  kiss from God. 

I must confess here that my humble mind left the mathematical arena and quite simply flew out the window with the wind right after the Fibonacci sequence found it's way to canvas #1 The Universe.  What did then emerge on the canvas is indeed a joyful interpretation of surrender to creative energy.

This moment is one of great gratitude to the brilliant focused and dedicated souls who so generously share their personal achievements to the awakening of understanding who we really are and our Global Responsibility to that image of our self we hold so dearly in the truth of our own heart.

Thank you so very much for your taking time to peruse the work and as well for your patience as I figure out how to give proper salute to most valuable contributions to mankind and the quest to understand the self.

Graceful Recognition is work in progress...

May God Bless you all through Eternity and beyond




I know not what I do... yet I understand so much more than before, however feel much smaller in the wonder of our Infinitesimal Universe!

About ~*Daffodil*~

The Flower with Hidden Agenda

10 years ago by Rebecca
The myth of the daffodil says that they are the living essence of a young man who fell in love with his own reflection and died pining away for it.  Read More:

Depression Symptoms Treatment
Daffodil compounds may help with depression

Deborah Mitchell

June 23, 2012 - 9:00am

eMaxHealthCurrent News: 

Eriksson AH et al. In-vitro evaluation of the P-glycoprotein interactions of a series of potentially CNS-active Amaryllidaceae alkaloids. Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology
2012 Jun 4: doi:10.1111/j.2042-7158.2012.01536
University of Copenhagen

Daffodil drug's Alzheimer's help - Galantamine
Sir Roger Jones - The compound is extracted from daffodils and turned into crystals.
A doffodil crop grown in Powys which will be used to produce a drug to fight Alzheimer's disease is ready for harvesting, its growers have said.Read More:

Daffodil Month
In April, show your support for someone fighting cancer.
April is now Daffodil Month and on this occasion, the Canadian Cancer Society (CCS) launches a big solidarity movement in Quebec to make a difference and help thousands of Quebecers in their fight.
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Daffodil Flower Essence  March 16, 2010

Filed under: flower essences,harmony with nature — AwenEssences @ 11:02 AM

~*Daffodil*~ The revealer; the opener, who trumpets to us light and illumination!

You’re so vain! Narcissus & the Daffodil
Ray Allen's Meadow Gardening News
Daffodil drug's Alzheimer's help

Daffodil dementia drug hailed

Alzheimer's disease and how the doffodil may be about to revolutionise treatment

The Human Brain
Image result for human brain national geographic
Blood Flow to the Brain

Blood Supply to Brain 1/11 - Best Explanation

Anatomy of The Brain
Human Anatomy Dissection 15 (part 1 of 2) Brain
Cranial contents - Uploaded on Nov 20, 2010
Age restricted video (based on Community Guidelines) -Category Education

Human Anatomy Dissection 15 (part 2)

Human Anatomy Dissection 16 Orbit

Anatomy of the Brain: Diencephalon, Thalamus

Frontal Lobes Functions
Functions of the Frontal Lobes
Brain and Neuroanatomy videos

The Emotional Brain
An Introduction to Affective Neuroscience
Davidson Films, Inc.

The Mind of God - Albert Einstein's Unfinished Symphony
Full Documentary

Extraordinary Documentary ~ Inside Einstein's Mind
The Enigma of Space and Time
BBC Documentary

The Pineal Gland is a Gateway - Death is but a gateway ~

Heart Brain Connection
The Neuroscience of Social, Emotional, and Academic Learning

Neuroscientist Richard Davidson presents his research on how social and emotional learning can affect the brain. Read more about the topic, including how to use social and emotional learning to stop bullying, on our:
Edutopia website:

The Shift is about to hit the fan: Narrated by David Icke - Turn Off Your Television,
Howard Beale:"Tell A Vision"- Nearing 2012 Presents

From Science To God - Pt 1/3
Peter Russell

Art, Reality, and the Brain:
The Quest for Aesthetic Universals - Dr. V.S. Ramachandran

The Science of Consciousness 
1 of 2 - Biophotons - Life, Consciousness, and the Language of Light

Structure of water with Dr. Korotkov
Biofield Research
What is the structure of water?
March 22, 2012

Ancient Knowledge Part 1:
The Brain's Inner Workings Part 1: Structure and Function

The Brain's Inner Workings Part 2:
Fibonacci Sequence, Golden Ratio
Phi in Nature, DNA, Fingerprint of God

Toward the First Revolution in Consciousness
Google Tech Talks
August 8, 2006
B. Alan Wallace, Ph. D. has been a scholar and practitioner of Buddhism since 1970.  He is currently seeking ways to integrate Buddhist contemplative practices and Western Science to advance the study of the mind.  He is the founder and president of the Santa Barbara Institute for Consciousness Studies. Read More:Toward the First Revolution in the Mind Sciences

Suspicious Observers

Learn about Space Weather with the SUN SERIES

Ages 13+ 
Learn About the Sun and Space Weather
Easy to understand.  Less than 1 Hour
Suspicious Observers

The Galactic Free Press
Planetary alignment that will take place Dec 3, 2012 is dead-on
alignment with the Pyramids at Giza. There are no accidents
Submitted by gir Andrea on Mon.08/27/2012 -12:51

Suspicious Observers
Suspicious Observers, an online research community investigating solar activity, earthquakes, earth changes and weather.
Learn about Space Weather with the Sun Series
Solar Wind Introduction Sun Series
Ages 13+
Solar Wind Introduction/Sun Series 1
Suspicious Observers:

Supermassive black hole

Colored MRI scan of the brain, with the brain stem in the lower right in blue. The brain stem regulates the central nervous system, sleep cycles and cardiac and respiratory function. 

Brain neurons contain a cell body, an axon, or cable-like projection, and dendrites, which are nerve endings. See the different types of brain neurons next.

MRI scans make the brain visible underneath the eight bones in the skull that protect it. These scans have taught us much about the brain and can determine problems such as stroke, brain infection, tumors and multiple sclerosis.

Brain and Cervical Spinal Cord
Image by Images
A rear view of the skull reveals the brain and the cervical spinal cord, which function together as the central nervous system. The remarkable apparatus uses motor neurons to control the body's many muscles and enables humans to perform myriad physical activities.

This brain was provided by an anonymous donor for The Real Brain exhibit in Bristol, England. The average human brain is about 2 percent of body weight and is typically beige, pink and off-white in color. See how the brain fits in the skull next.
Photo by Matt Cardy/Getty Images

Google Images, Maps and Blogs

Human Brain

ANCIENT STAR MAP - Pt 1 - Solomon 
key Masonicl secret - human origins ref 

By Wayne Herschel

Thunderbolts Project
Guide To The Electric Universe 

12 Strands of DNA : Our Spiritual Heritage
May 13, 2008 at 7:23 am · Filed under ascension and tagged: dna

By Kate A. Spreckley

For years science has recognized that we have two active physical strands of DNA.  We also have a further ten energetic DNA strands which have been dormant within the Human Being for many centuries.  These dormant strands of DNA have been discovered by scientists, who not knowing the function of these strands, have identified them as ‘junk’ DNA.

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For a DNA Activation Session with Kate, please go to the following link :

The 13th DNA Strand 
Portal to Higher Evolution
Up until present time most individuals have worked with the 12 strands of DNA and have not yet allowed that 13th step or strand to evolve in their lives.  The 12 strands of DNA. Channeled to Shirley Catanzaro
How well our brain functions is based on our family's genes
Submitted by Mohit Joshi on Fri, 03/04/2011 - 10:10
Health News <United States <Washington

 Message To Eagle                
Our Brains Wired Like The Checkerboard Streets of New York City!
March, 31 2012

The brain appears to be wired more like the checkerboard streets of New York City...
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Leonardo da Vinci's Vitruvian Man illustration
The Human Genome Project (HGP) was one of the great feats of exploration in history - an inward voyage of discovery rather than an outward exploration of the planet or the cosmos; an international research effort to sequence and map all of the genes - together known as the genome - of members of our species, Homo sapiens. Completed in April 2003, the HGP gave us the ability, for the first time, to read nature's complete genetic blueprint for building a human being.
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