Continuing Ed Archive

Continuum Movement

An interview with Patty Adamik about Continuum on Joyful Journey’s TV

The Water Magic Show with Continuum Teacher Patty Adamik

DO treats returning troops for TBI, PTSD by Rose Raymond
A recent article about Continuum Teacher Linda Fuller’s work as a psychiatrist.

Osteopath Carey Benenson Taussig interviews Emilie Conrad on the Balance Point show, Santa Fe, NM.

Conscious Dancer Magazine. Bioception: The Choreography of Abundant Life, Laura Cirolia speaks with Emilie Conrad and Excerpt from Life on Land by Emilie Conrad., p 36 of paper issue, p 38 online version.

Continuum Teacher Patty Adamik talks about Continuum & Water on
Joyful Journeys TV with Teresa Maron

Patty Adamik – Interview on Local Live Houston radio’s “Gems of Wisdom” show about Continuum.

Returning Home – Continuum for the Uninitiated – Elise Watts (pp 56-58)

From Dance Movement Therapy Association of Australia’s (DTAA)
Journal: Moving On 2012 Vol. 10: nos 1 & 2

What is Continuum by Continuum Teacher Cherionna Menzam-Sills,

Birthing Your Life:
Video Blog from Cherionna Menzam-Sills
on Continuum Movement, Craniosacral Biodynamics and Prenatal and Birth Psychology

Overcoming Post-Deployment Syndrome: A Six-Step Mission
to Health
by David X. Cifu and Continuum Teacher Cory Blake
Overcoming Post Deployment Syndrome is a comprehensive guide for service members, Veterans and their families dealing with the all-too-common repercussions of combat duty, including traumatic brain injury, post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety, depression, chronic pain and musculoskeletal injury, and substance abuse.
Read more and see reviews at

Radio interview with Continuum teacher Patty Adamik
Listen to Anna Barbosa of Houston Highlights BlogTalk radio interview Patty Adamik as she discusses Creativity and the Body-Mind Connection in corporate American and how Continuum can help…..–an-evolved-solution-to-sparking-cr

July 24, 2009 New Frontiers For Health: An Interview with Emilie Conrad
by Liz Koch and Core Awareness

2 podcasts of online radio interviews with Cherionna Menzam
Continuum & Biodynamic Craniosacral Teacher/Practitioner

The Re-enchantment of Movement by Penny Allport

How do our cells process information – receptor sites, cytoskeleton, decision-making tensegrity structures. Part of talk at East West Bookstore July 2013 on Youtube.

Patterns created by swallows of essex – from Dennis Hlynsky
Essex hosts a flock of swallows who nightly perform the classic funnel shaped dive. This recording was made with the camera pointed directly into the sky shortly before the dive. On Vimeo.

Patterns created by sparks fly – waterfire providence ri – from Dennis Hlynsky
I became very interested in the sparks escaping from the fires that burn on the providence rivers
during the summer and fall. On Vimeo.

Researchers create embryonic stem cells without embryo
Discovery of a novel reprogramming method of adult cells could shift stem cell research
January 29, 2014 By Lori J. Schroth, Brigham and Women’s Hospital Communications

You can’t get entangled without a wormhole: Physicist finds entanglement instantly gives rise to a wormhole
December 5, 2013, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Quantum entanglement is one of the more bizarre theories to come out of the study of quantum mechanics — so strange, in fact, that Albert Einstein famously referred to it as “spooky action at a distance.”

Ultrasound May Boost Brain’s Performance, Study Finds

12 Amazingly Creative Examples of Environmental Art

The world’s most bizarre landscapes
on YouTube

NY Times Article: Brainlike Computers, Learning From Experience

LA Times Article: A Trash-Based Ecosystem

An ecosystem of our own making could pose a threat

Our Story In 2 Minutes

Compassion in the Brain: Emiliana Simon-Thomas

The science director of the Greater Good Science Center explores the neuroscience of mindfulness and compassion. This video includes information on vagal flexibility and tone, oxytocin, and the relationship to elevated states of compassion and relaxation.

Proprioception by Maike Storks
A good article on prioception and how it relates to our senses.

Sound by Joesph Rael (Beautiful Painted Arrow)
A beautiful and profound book by a Native American Visionary who has been called our greatest living shaman. Includes images of his paintings and links to related mp3 recordings. Relates to our use of sound in Continuum.

Embryology: Images of Man by Tom van Gelder, June 2011.
Fabulous hand-drawn images in this!

The Speech of the Embryo by Jaap van der Wal, PhD

Check out the Fluid nature of this sea being! At

The Field: The Reality of Things by Massimo Citro MD

Striking Images Capture the Movement of Water Using a Special Nanoparticle Film
Photographer, artist and architect Moses Hacmon wondered what water really looked like when it moved. One nanoparticle photographic technique later, and he had his answers in the form of a breathtaking photo series dubbed Faces of Water.

Nassim Haramein’s The Resonance Project at

Don Harms lives between Austin, TX and northern Haiti. He works on various projects in Haiti and raises money for them which include the orphan’s school, water projects for farmers, and more. One way he raises money is to offer a marionette show he performs and then afterwards shows some slides and video in a short presentation from the latest trip to Haiti. His website is, contact him for a performance and further information.

Some of My Best Friend are Germs, NY Times article by Michael Pollan, May 15, 2013.
How “human” are we really: “It turns out that we are only 10 percent human: for every human cell that is intrinsic to our body, there are about 10 resident microbes…”

At the Beach: Sand grains magnified 110-250 times reveal each grain is unique. Very cool!!

The Fourth Phase of Water: Beyond Liquid, Solid, and Vapor, A new book by Gerald Pollack
Pollack lays a simple foundation for understanding how changes in water’s structure underlie most energetic transitions of form and motion on earth. For a few glimpses of the subject matter, see Dr. Pollack’s presentation at our January 2013 conference in Albuquerque, New Mexico: Electrically Structured Water, Part 1 | EU 2013 (

The Power of Water– Ed Begley,Jr (
In a clip from the series, In Conversation with the Mystic, Sadhguru and Ed Begley, Jr. discuss the importance of keeping four elements cleansed for optimum health, longevity, psychological balance, and meditative possibilities.

Exercising the Brain by Robert Perkins, USC, June 12, 2013
An interesting article about the brain and the power of observing movement.

Caught in the Cosmic Web – Dark Matter Structure Revealed by Hubble Space Telescope
New video including images of the cosmic wave!

A Higher Conscious Conversation excerpt from the film “My Dinner with Andre”
Around 4 minutes in, he seems to talk about Continuum

Designs by Alva – Starting a New Line of Functional Fashion
Alva is launching her new fashion line made up of designs geared toward the needs of people with disabilities. Her line is unique and fashion forward. Working on her senior thesis last year at UC Berkeley she began exploring issues of accessibility for women with disabilities to fashion and its advertising. Take a moment to check it out on Indiegogo and also share it with your friends. All the tools are there. Get perks, make a contribution, or simply follow updates.

Fascia Magnified 25x

Sublime Appreciation:
beautiful images from nature and words from Gale Marsland

A Different Drummer: Engineers Discover Neural Rhythms Drive Physical Movement
June 3, 2012 — A new finding that motor cortex is a dynamic pattern generator upends existing theory with broad implications for neuroscience.

Support Cells Found in Human Brain Make Mice Smarter, March 07, 2013
More news on glial cells

Marshall Davis Jones : “Touchscreen”
Marshall Soulful Jones, part of Team Nuyorican 2011, 2nd place finishers at the National Poetry Slam in Boston, performs “Touchscreen”.

Notes From Earth: Echoes From the Distant Past
Ancient acoustical engineers designed subterranean soundscapes as stirring as any special effects.

More on riding the Slime-mold-Express

On the vagus nerve and its relationship with good mood/thoughts and social connection

Snowflakes crystal form in the moments before they disappear…

Interesting info about the sun and the nebula of the Orion as watermakers, and it’s
connection with our DNA.

A funny French movie with a critical message from beings on another planet visiting Planet Earth.
They use water for telepathic communication.

Landfill Harmonic is about a remarkable musical orchestra in Paraguay where young musicians play instruments made from trash. For more information about the film, please

The Helical Model – vortex solar system animation
Forget the old heliocentric model – our solar system is a vortex!

Sapolsky’s Stanford Lectures on the Introduction to Human Behaviors and many more…
1. Introduction to Human Behavioral Biology

Genetic Roulette: a film with unique, important information about GMOs

Deepstaria enigmatica, Jellyfish or what?

Three Minds of Body – Brain, Heart and Gut By: Anil K Rajvanshi on Mar 10, 2012

Biological Mechanism That Plays Key Role in Early-Onset Dementia Identified
ScienceDaily (Oct. 8, 2012)

Metronomes synchronize when put on a moving ground. (dutch and japanese video, or english:

Inside the mind of the octopus:

Beluga whales make human like sounds:

Hearts Have Their Own Brain and Consciousness
Many believe that conscious awareness originates in the brain alone. Recent scientific research suggests that consciousness actually emerges from the brain and body acting together. A growing body of evidence suggests that the heart plays a particularly significant role in this process.

Conditions to Flourish,, Nanda Currant
A wonderful project that can benefit our examination of the notion of results in education for young people and their community and the different ways families and teachers explored the learning process with good heart and hard work.

The Miracle Project,
Creates community for children with autism through music, movement, theater and film.

TakeTwo Cats at Bedtime by Lynne McTaggart
why cats purr…

New Scientist TV: Aqua-wheelchair performs flips underwater

Sounds of the Magnetosphere (in Italian, the article, not the sounds : )
Here is a beautiful recording of the earth magnetosphere, the magnetic field of the earth interacting with the cosmic forces … Maybe a solar wind …
From the University of Iowa in the Italian newspaper.
more Sounds of the Magnetosphere at NASA

William Brown’s Science of Life has some wonderful articles, a few are below.

The Light Encoded DNA Filament and Biomolecular Quantum Communication
Hidden Structures of the Brain
The Light Body
Quantum Biology, Sound Made Visible
Website with interesting articles on Cymatics, also the sound of dolphins made visible.

A study found long-term effects of stress may be the biggest cause of the disease.

Rare Protozoan from Sludge in Norwegian Lake Does Not Fit On Main Branches of Tree of Life, ScienceDaily, April 26, 2012
Humankind’s remotest relative is a very rare micro-organism from south-Norway. The discovery may provide an insight into what life looked like on earth almost one thousand million years ago.

Musical Language
They examine the line between language and music. What is music? Why does it move us? How does the brain process sound, and why are some people better at it than others? We re-imagine the disastrous debut of Stravinsky’s Rite of Spring in 1913 through the lens of modern neurology (with Jonah Lehrer, author of Proust was a Neuroscientist), and we meet a composer who uses computers to capture the musical DNA of dead composers in order to create new work.

Project 101010 Pill or Perception – Full Length Documentary

Project 101010 interviews some of today’s leading experts in the field of human consciousness and explores the question – Pill or Perception?… The message is about wellness and everyone’s role they play in self-care and self-education. Find out more at

The Boy Who Sang to the World: Sound Journeys with Tom Kenyon
A documentary about one man’s quest to merge modern science, ancient mysticism and sacred sound to awaken humanity’s potential. More on Tom Kenyon at

Proteus: Ernst Haeckel at the Intersection of Art & Science
Excerpt from the film by David Lebrun
“The radiolarian are like an alphabet of possibilities, as if the ancient sea were dreaming in its depths all the future permutations of organic and invented forms, from backbones to bridges and from the Earth to the stars.”

Perpetual Ocean
Visualizations showing ocean surface currents around the world during the period from June 2005 through December 2007. Some cool videos, flow & involutions on a grand

Rare Sighting Of Dashing, Two-Legged Hairy Sprinting Crab?

by Robert Krulwich, March 26, 2012
It’s actually the mimic octopus up to it’s old shape-shifting tricks once again.

The Watching Dance Project (
Taking a multidisciplinary approach to investigating Kinesthetic Empathy.
Using audience research and neuroscience as complementary methods
to explore how spectators respond to and empathise with dance movements.

The 2011 Right Livelihood Awards Speech by Ina May Gaskin, 5 December 2011
The first midwife to receive the Right Livelihood Award.

Midwife Robin Lim honored with 2011 CNN Hero Award, 12 December 2011
Robin Lim, an American woman who has helped thousands of poor Indonesian women have a healthy pregnancy and birth, was named the 2011 CNN Hero of the Year on Sunday night.

Where’s The Octopus?
Here is another fascinating video on the powerful and clever abilities of the octopus

Giant Kraken Lair Discovered

A few links on the Heart and it’s Torus Field:
Follow Your Heart, it is Smarter Than You Think by Rebecca Cherry
Magnetic Fields around the Human Heart and Body
What do Heart, Breath, and Universe have in common? by Bob Whitehouse

Can Answers to Evolution Be Found in Slime?
By CARL ZIMMER, New York Times, October 3, 201
A very interesting podcast with Carl Zimmer and videos at this link as well.

Most intelligent Octopus in the world!

The amazing Mimic Octopus.

Continuum Teacher Suzanne Wright-Crain’s Visual to Kinesthetic Hook-Up at

To receive a current reading list “On Neuroplasticity and Movement” email Continuum Teacher Val Leoffler at [email protected]

Diving in the Dark: A Continuum Movement Path to Healing on Youtube
Val Leoffler, bodywork therapist, somatic educator and Continuum Movement teacher was diagnosed with a brain tumor in 2010. This short film documents her brain surgery preparation and her recovery centralized around Continuum Movement’s neurologically rich offerings to the field of neuroplasticity and movement.
To receive a current reading list “On Neuroplasticity and Movement”
email Continuum Teacher Val Leoffler at [email protected]

The Next Step: A Photography project in Brooklyn, NY by Barbara Schaefer
She made the video using sounding recorded from Emilie’s NY 2007 Continuum workshop. This sound is the backbone of her visual work and she would be honored if you take the time to visit, contribute, and pass along to anyone who might be interested.

The Gratitude Dance

After 14 months of traveling in 42 countries, it’s the story of a guy named Matt doing the gratitude dance with a cast of thousands around the globe…
Educational videos on everything from embryonic stem cells to accounting and
economics to cosmology, history and physics-an amazing resource!

Piano –
More fun ideas and videos at

‘It’s Alive! It’s Alive!’ Maybe Right Here on Earth by Dennis Overbye
Published: July 27, 2011, New York Times
RNA’s role in early life is discussed in this article.

Time-lapse Tuesday: Milky Way forms in fine detail, Sandrine Ceurstemont, video producer. This epic time-lapse shows the Milky Way forming and evolving over 13.7 billion years. Developed by a team led by Piero Madau from the University of California in Santa Cruz and Javiera Guedes from the Institute of Theoretical Physics in Zurich

Fractals – The Colors of Infinity with Arthur C Clarke
includes Stephen Hawking and others
At the 12 minute mark, the mathematical process of iteration is described like a uroboros, producing both open ended and closed ended systems in the Mandelbrot fractal pattern.

Black Swan Theory
The Black Swan Theory or Theory of Black Swan Events is a metaphor that encapsulates the concept that The event is a surprise (to the observer) and has a major impact. After the fact, the event is rationalized by hindsight.

RSA Animate – The Empathic Civilisation
Bestselling author, political adviser and social and ethical prophet Jeremy Rifkin investigates the evolution of empathy and the profound ways that it has shaped our development and our society.

Exploring the Mind Through Music
June 13-17, 2011 at The Shepherd School of Music at Rice University. A lecture series is being held in conjunction with the conference and webcasts of the lectures will be available online after July 1st.

John Bonner’s slime mold movies,
Biology Professor Emeritus John Bonner’s microscope films show the curiously collective nature of slime molds.
Read more:

Slime mold form a map of the Tokyo-area railway system
When the researchers place food at cities on the map, the fungus collaborates, spreading out to map many possible configurations and then dying away to highlight the shortest routes between cities and the most efficient overall system map.
See related story, Mould networks match railways,
For more about the problem-solving power inherent in networks, see “Networked” (May-June 2010),

DNA Can be influenced and reprogrammed by words and frequencies
by Grazyna Fosar and Franz Bludorf (Russian DNA Discoveries: Original version)
THE HUMAN DNA IS A BIOLOGICAL INTERNET and superior in many aspects to the artificial one. The latest Russian scientific research directly or indirectly explains phenomena such as clairvoyance, intuition, spontaneous and remote acts of healing, self healing… read more

Trauma Release Exercises (TRE) are a breakthrough in stress management and trauma recovery. It is a body centred process that releases deep chronic tension created during traumatic or stressful events. This 6 minute video below provides an efficient overview of TRE from a South African Medical TV show — there is more written explanation and information on TRE below the video as well.

Pendulum Waves
Fifteen uncoupled simple pendulums of monotonically increasing lengths dance together to produce visual traveling waves, standing waves, beating, and (seemingly) random motion.

Anatomical clues to human evolution from fish
By Dr Michael Mosley
It may seem strange that humans have evolved from fish, but the evidence can
be found not just in fossils but also within our own bodies

Japan, Radiation, and Spiritual Emergence by Rama Jyoti Vernon

The Body’s Crystal Matrix by MaAnna Stephenson, Part One & Part Two
The human body is a sophisticated, multi-faceted antenna system comprised of a crystalline matrix…In Part One, we cover the function of piezo crystals and how they convert electrical energy into mechanical energy and vice versa, creating piezoelectricity. In Part Two, we investigate the roll of liquid crystals in the body’s matrix.

Young Tissue and Nuanced Microtones
Continuum teacher Frank Carbone reflects on his experience in class last week with Emilie about connective tissue, nuanced microtones, and piezo. 24 April 2011

David Wolfe & Daniel Vitalis – The Best Drinking Water Ever
David Wolfe & Daniel Vitalis talk about living natural spring water.

The Hidden Brain by Sharon Begley, NEWSWEEK’s science editor
What scientists can learn from ‘nothing.’
…neuroscientists have traditionally ignored the brain activity that just hums away quietly in the background when the brain isn’t doing much of anything…

Without glial cells, animals lose their senses
…scientists reveal that while neurons play the lead role, a second type of cell, the glial cell, pulls the strings behind the scenes. The work not only lifts a long-ignored cell out from obscurity but shows how it is a critical member in shaping sensory experience.

Jellyfish Cells Used to Diagnose Hard to Find Cancers by Deborah Huso Nov 3rd 2010
…researchers…have discovered that when proteins from luminous jellyfish cells are injected into humans the cancer cells essentially “light up,” making them visible to a special camera that can then identify the presence and location of tumors within the body…

Real Dinosaur Sounds!
I went back in time 150 million years and recorded this with binaural microphones.
Two sauropods are talking to each other across a lake while many other dinosaurs occasionally call out..

Cellular Visions: The Inner Life of a Cell
More clips at
User guide blog describing the video at
A related project called Powering the Cell: Mitochondria at
The Inner Life of a Cell, an eight-minute animation created in NewTek LightWave 3D and Adobe After Effects for Harvard biology students… the animation illustrates unseen molecular mechanisms and the ones they trigger, specifically how white blood cells sense and respond to their surroundings and external stimuli.

Autonomic Nervous System Insights
Part 1,
Part 2,
Part 3,
Part 4,
Informative video clips by John Chitty, BCST, RPP Colorado School of Energy Studies, May 2009
on the Autonomic Nervous System and the Polyvagal theory of Stephen Porges.

Anatomy of the Triune Autonomic Nervous System
In this clip, John Chitty, BCST, RPP, continues the discussion of the “Polyvagal Theory” of Stephen Porges, PhD. This clip is a follow-up to “New Insights to the Autonomic Nervous System,” and gives special focus to the anatomy of the system.

Some very good and interesting sections from Biology of Kundalini by Jana Dixon.
Zero to 3 Years,
Polyvagal Theory,
Viva la Vagus,

Biological Relation to Zero-Point Energy

Caught on Tape: Muscle Stem Cells Captured on Video
by MU (University of Missouri) researcher, May 05, 2010
Information about how the cells move could help patients with muscular dystrophy.

Lost in Translation
Wallstreet Journal, June 9, 2010 by Lera Boroditsky.
New cognitive research suggests that language profoundly influences the way people see the world. 09, 2010

Mike deGruy: Hooked by an octopus
Underwater filmmaker Mike deGruy has spent decades looking intimately at the ocean. A consummate storyteller, he takes the stage at Mission Blue to share his awe and excitement — and his fears — about the blue heart of our planet.

Water – The Great Mystery (online vesion)
Fascinating movie spans the globe to reveal recent discoveries about water.

Mozart for microbes in German sewage plant
Opera used to help break down waste, Rebecca Thumpston, 04/06/2010
A pioneering German sewage plant is piping Mozart opera to waste-eating microbes in a bid to increase their efficiency.
related story below, 06/01/2010, Symphonic Sewage, Waste-Treatment Plant Plays Mozart to Microbes,1518,698040,00.html

Einstein’s Brain Unlocks Some Mysteries Of The Mind
by Jon Hamilton, June 2, 2010 on NPR, Listen to or read the story, includes info on Einstein’s brain and glial cells.
In the 55 years since Albert Einstein’s death, many scientists have tried to figure out what made him so smart.
But no one tried harder than a pathologist named Thomas Harvey, who lost his job and his reputation in a quest to unlock the secrets of Einstein’s genius.

Weird H2O -Science Catches Water Doing Some Bizarre Things
June 09, 2010
Recently exotic new states of water caused Harvard researchers to question what we really know about one of the most common and abundant substances on the planet.

Water forms floating ‘bridge’ when exposed to high voltage
September 28, 2007 By Lisa Zyga

Immortal Stem Cells for Anti-Aging Therapies
An Interview with Michael D. West, PhD By Gregory M. Fahy, PhD and Saul Kent
Life Extension Magazine June 2010

The paper reported the reversal of what Dr. West has called the “developmental aging” of adult human cells in the laboratory dish. Utilizing genes that grant our reproductive cells the potential for immortal growth, the researchers showed that it was possible to turn back the clock in human body cells, enabling the potential for young patient-specific cells of any kind for use in regenerative medicine. (Read more…)

Ride the Slime Mold Express!
by Tim Wogan on January 21, 2010 12:00 AM
from Science NOW
If you want to design a railway system, you could do worse than hire a slime mold. Researchers have shown that, when grown on a map of Japan, the gelatinous, funguslike organism connects points of interest in a pattern similar to Tokyo’s train network. Engineers might be able to take a cue from the organism’s approach to design more-efficient transportation systems. (Read more…)

Reefs may sing siren song to coral
May 20, 2010 by Amina Khan, Los Angeles Times
Coral larvae, tiny hair-covered sacs of cells, can “hear” reefs and actually swim toward them, researchers report. The finding suggests that sound is far more important in underwater ecosystem development than previously thought.,0,510335.story

TED talk video: Carl Honore praises slowness
Author of In Praise of Slowness: How A Worldwide Movement Is Challenging the Cult of Speed

Sweet Reunion Between a Man and the Gorilla He Raised as a Baby
A very touching interspecies moment posted by Helena Sung, May 24, 2010
This heart-tugging video captured the extraordinary reunion of two old friends: a man and the gorilla he raised from infancy. It had been five years since British naturalist Damian Aspinall had seen Kwibi, a lowland gorilla who was born at Howletts Wild Animal Park in England as part of an ongoing conservation program by the Aspinall Foundation to re-introduce gorillas back into the wilds of Africa.

The Search for Genes Leads to Unexpected Places
by Carl Zimmer, New York Times, April 26, 2010
…The scientists took advantage of a peculiar feature of our evolutionary history. In our distant, amoeba-like ancestors, clusters of genes were already forming to work together on building cell walls and on other very basic tasks essential to life. Many of those genes still work together in those same clusters, over a billion years later, but on different tasks in different organisms. (Read more…)

Building blocks of life are found on asteroid
by Amina Khan, Los Angeles Times April 29, 2010
For the first time, scientists have discovered evidence of water ice, as well as organic compounds, on an asteroid — findings that bolster a leading theory for the origins of life on Earth. (Read more…)

Mind Over Matter video by with Jennifer Field
of our Santa Monica Continuum community.
Information about the J. Field Foundation, inspires and informs those affected
by brain injury of alternative treatments,

Video of TED talk by Neuroscientist V.S. Ramachandran
about Mirror Neurons and “Empathy Neurons”
“Neuroscientist Vilayanur Ramachandran outlines the fascinating functions of mirror neurons.
Only recently discovered, these neurons allow us to learn complex social behaviors,
some of which formed the foundations of human civilization as we know it. “

Species Discovered this Millennium, and Other Natural Wonders…

Drop of Water
Watch the 2-minute video that shows a drop of water falling into a puddle at 2000 frames a second. You will see something totally unexpected.

The Multiplying Mystery of Moonwater
NASA Science News for March 18, 2010
Researchers who once confidently stated that the Moon was bone-dry are now thinking the unthinkable: The Moon has so much water, there’s actually a “lunar hydrosphere.” International spacecraft have recently discovered no fewer than three “flavors” of moonwater and no one knows when the discoveries will end.

The Ghost In Your Genes (2006) (48 min)
Article at,8599,1951968-4,00.html#ixzz0iN8c5eVs
Our genes carry unbelievable information of our past and how does this genetic information affect our present is revealed in this film.The only way forward is to look into the past.

NOVA DVD, “What Darwin Never Knew”.
The reason for the recommendation is that the material is not only fascinating but it also confirms the entire Continuum point of view from the New Science perspective. I was pleased to learn their theory of the emergence of our bodies having been shaped by the sea and the implications of the role wave motion plays in DNA evolution. I think you will all be inspired and excited by the information.

Cymatics, see the power of sound

Inner Life of a Cell

and if you are requiring some Validation, check out the short film at

Regeneration of cells – CBS Cutting Edge Video on YouTube

Water – The Great Mystery, a DVD from Intention Media
“Witness recent, breathtaking discoveries by researchers worldwide from Russia, Kazakhstan, Switzerland, Israel, the USA, Britain, Austria, Japan, Argentina, China and Tibet.

The Geography of the film spans the globe. The implications go beyond the solar system, suggesting that water has the ability to convey messages faster than light, perhaps linking water with the absolute. Water is so unique, and so profound, its miraculous properties are still awaiting to be discovered.”
more at

Otto the octopus wreaks havoc
A octopus has caused havoc in his aquarium by performing juggling tricks using his fellow occupants, smashing rocks against the glass and turning off the power by shortcircuiting a lamp

Evolution’s new wrinkle: Proteins with cruise control provide new perspective
by Kitta MacPherson
on the Princeton University Web site at

Please Read this article to support your greater understanding of self-regulation.

Humming Fish Reveal Ancient Origins of Vocalization.

This Is Your Brain On Jazz: Researchers Use MRI To Study Spontaneity, Creativity

A pair of Johns Hopkins and government scientists have discovered that when jazz
musicians improvise, their brains turn off areas linked to self-censoring and inhibition,
and turn on those that let self-expression flow.


David Gallo: Underwater astonishments: a brief talk on astonishing sea creatures including some cool footage of one of Continuum’s favorites, the octopus. (Octopus part at end on YouTube)


Sound Medicine interview with Neuro-Scientist Jill Bolte Taylor on her experience of having a stroke(podcast, MP3 file)


Cass Phelps introduces
home of his Sound Frequency Healing™ CD’s and MP3’s