1. Louis Galambos: The Creative Society, Is the Price Still Right?


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    Professor Louis Galambos of John Hopkins University is well-known for his work on U.S. political, economic, and business history. His recent studies have focused on innovation in public and private organizations.

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    • July 25th - Loosening the Enemy's Hold On Our Finances


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      Pastor John Hopkins tells the hard-to-hear message about giving of our tithes and offerings. It's easy for us to point the finger at "the church" and say "all you want is our money!" however, we're reminded that God wants a cheerful giver, not one that gives out of obligation. It's not about giving 10%, but about God letting us keep 90%.

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      • July 18th - Drilling Holes Through Life's Doubts


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        Pastor John Hopkins teaches through James chapter 1, relating it to our tendancy to doubt, and our need to have faith in the objective truth of God's Word found in the Bible. We're reminded that our doubts are caused by a lack of faith in God and an abundance of trust in the lies of the enemy, who is consistently attempting to skew our view of the things of God, and the work that He's doing in us.

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        • July 11th - Holding Steady in Life's Storms


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          Pastor John Hopkins goes through Romans 8:18-39, focussing on how God has called us out of our ordinary lives and into being extraordinary people--children of God whom no one can condemn.

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          • Matthew Johnson - A Systematic Research Program Examining Psilocybin


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            Matthew Johnson, PhD - Johns Hopkins University, USA ABSTRACT This talk will describe several lines of research with psilocybin conducted by our laboratory at Johns Hopkins (Baltimore, USA). Completed study results to be presented include: the effects of different psilocybin doses on mystical experience and challenging effects (“bad trips”); the effects of psilocybin in altering personality (increased openness); and the effects of psilocybin on headache. Ongoing studies will also be described, including a study examining psilocybin to treat cancer-related anxiety and depression, a study examining psilocybin to facilitate the adoption of a meditation practice, and a study examining psilocybin in addiction (tobacco smoking) treatment. BIOGRAPHY Matthew W. Johnson, Ph.D. is Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore, Maryland, US. He received a Ph.D. in experimental psychology from the University of Vermont, and completed a fellowship in behavioral pharmacology at Johns Hopkins.

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            • Are you Saved? 11 Apostolic of a True Believer-Test 1


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              Pastor John Hopkins begins a sermon series focussing on the issue of salvation. Are you Saved? Is directed to give us personal tests to be assured that we are or aren't saved - and what to do with it.

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              • La Danza della mente - Jon Hopkins monography


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                La Danza della mente TV show Directed by: Emilio Loizzo Soundtrack edited by: H501L Featuring videos: Philips Carusel Pink Adcolor Playground Eole Strip Mall Trilogy Music by: Jon Hopkins

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                • John Hopkins


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                  Psalms 145:1 Title: "My Praise Is Not Bound Up By The Enemy"

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                  • Reflecting on the First Year


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                    Two Faculty Members and Two Students each take 5 minutes and reflect on their experiences with the Changemaker Campus program at their respective universities.

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                    • John Hopkins Guidelines for Safety in Human Hallucinogenic Research - Matt Johnson Ph.D.


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                      John Hopkins Guidelines for Safety in Human Hallucinogenic Research This presentation will review the unique safety profile and recommended guidelines for clinical hallucinogen administration. Although hallucinogens are relatively safe physically and are not associated with addiction, administering them involves unique psychological risks. Overwhelming distress during drug action, which could lead to volunteer departure from the study site or other potentially dangerous consequences, is the most likely risk. Prolonged psychoses triggered by hallucinogens are far less common. Safeguards to protect against these risks are the exclusion of volunteers with personal or family history of psychotic disorders, establishing trust and rap- port between session guides and volunteer, thorough volunteer preparation, a safe physical session environment, and interpersonal support from at least two study guides during the session. Research without safeguards against the unique risks of hallucinogens may jeopardize participant safety in addition to future research. However, carefully conducted research may inform the etiology and treatment of a variety of psychiatric disorders, and may lead to advances in several domains of psychology and neuroscience. This video is from Psychedelic Science in the 21st Century, a conference taking in place in San Jose, California on April 15-18, 2010. The conference was organized by the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS) in collaboration with the Heffter Research Institute, the Council on Spiritual Practices, and the Beckley Foundation. Medical doctors, nurses, psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, and other health professionals can earn Continuing Medical Education/Continuing Education (CME/CE) credits by viewing these videos through the Spiritual Competency Resource Center (SCRC) at www.spiritualcompetency.com. This video was produced by Teal Sievers of Living Dream Films (www.livingdreamfilms.com). To learn more about MAPS or to support our work, visit www.maps.org.

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