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Money means trust, money is sexy

It seems to be the same everywhere in the world. Wherever you show up with typical status symbols just like an expensive Italian car (like Lamborghini, Ferrari and so) you win the game.

Some days ago there was a little test being made in China. Lamborghini driver with a six-hundred-thousand-dollar car stopped at the pavement and asked a woman if she ……..

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Machine knows the attractiveness of your face

British scientists found out that the attractiveness of man`s face can be judged by a machine. They referred to three attributes: trustful, attractive and dominant.

The scientists based their study on 65 different items which help to identify a face and the differences between faces. By this they could find reliable judgement being made by a machine.

The results of the study underline the importance of the unconscious spontaneous judgement on first sight. This means much less than a second. If you are interested and want tro learn more about first sight and the judgement of the facial Expression please have a look.

http://www.pnas.org/content/early/2014/07/23/1409860111.abstract?sid=ef3cff09-4046-4244-8c2f-222f937f45d9

http://www.spiegel.de/wissenschaft/mensch/software-sagt-ersten-eindruck-ueber-gesichtszuege-voraus-a-983236.html

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Horse as a magic symbol

Tomorrow starts the New Year inChina. It’s the year of the horse.

In western countries the horse has a specific symbolic meaning. It stands for power and energy.

A horse is well grounded and helps to experience grounding, contact and trust in reality. You can rely on the horse when you really let go. Emotionally and energetically. This helps to experience reality around you, in relationship and in yourself.

The horse is very sensible and sensitive and remembers how you relate to it. If a horse becomes a friend then you’re really welcome and you have a good friend to rely on.

Insofar I wish you all to meet or to have a good horse. Of course I also wish you a wonderful Happy New Year.

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Dogs, dogs, dogs….only dogs?

A Chinese man saw many many many dogs on a lorry in the province Jiangsu. It was meant to bring them to a slaughterhouse to kill them.

He felt a pity with these dogs and offered 8000 US dollars to set all these dogs free. Afterwards someone took this wonderful picture of those “hugging dogs and man”.

Well one could say, this man wants to save animals. One could say he felt a pity and saved them.

One thing is true and convincing when you look at the photo: all of them enjoy to be together with each other. I not very often saw just a joyful scene. And in some way there is also some kind of a little envy in me. An envy which opens up one´s own heart and brings back hope and trust, if it should be hidden somewhere, somehow.

Do you remember the last time you had that feeling? 🙂

http://www.examiner.com/article/introducing-ping-an-a-fu-stray-animal-rescue

 

 

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Why do we need an intercultural training?

This morning I read some notes on Obamas search for identity when he was young. As son of black father from Kenia in Africa and a white mother from the Midwest in the US he searched for his identity. Obama said: “The only chance, to calm down my feeling of isolation, was, to inhale all traditions and social classes”.

People today could call this Obama´s way of integrating himself.

Being so open to all those influences he had met or he was confronted to, reminded me of what Yang Liu had pointed out to me: When I met someone……………………….

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