Nish Dubashia is a gifted author with a brilliant mind who was invited at the age of 24 to discuss his work with Albert Einstein’s scientific successor. We are happy to interview him here about his life and work.
CP: You recently published a book entitled “The Unity of Everything: A Conversation with David Bohm”. What is this book about?
It is essentially a conversation that I had with David Bohm, one of the world’s greatest theoretical physicists, and the man whom Albert Einstein considered to be his intellectual successor, about a model of reality that I created when I was a mathematics student at the University of Warwick.
CP: You constructed a model of reality. Can you tell us a little bit more about this model?
Well, I had been studying the world’s religions for many years, and started to notice some deep underlying similarities between them. They all seemed to have a similar metaphysic about how the universe we perceive emerges out of an underlying energy or consciousness of some kind, and how we can return to or rediscover that energy or consciousness in our own journey or experience. I also started to see similarities between this metaphysic and some of the discoveries of modern physics, particularly in the writings of David Bohm. So this led to me trying to formulate the most simple or essential version of this metaphysic in modern language that I thought was possible.
CP: You were a very gifted student in school and university, so your interest in Mathematics and Physics must have stemmed from that. But how did you become so interested in religion?
I lived in India for the first few years of my life, and was introduced to Hindu mythology by my grandfather. After coming to the UK, I was given a Bible by my best friend at school and found myself becoming absorbed in Jewish and Christian stories too. As I got older, this interest became more serious and more philosophical, and my interest in Mathematics started to motivate me to look for patterns of commonality across the different religions that could be neatly and even geometrically modelled.
CP: Your interest in religion hasn’t only been academic. You have also been a serious practitioner of the spiritual traditions for many decades now. How did that come about?
When I was a student at Warwick, I lived just about one hundred metres away from Chee Soo, who at the time was the UK’s foremost Taoist master. I started to learn Tai Chi Chuan and Taoist meditation from him, and realised that spirituality wasn’t just about reading books. It was, more importantly, about personal transformation. I later started practicing Theravada Buddhist meditation with monks from nearby Leamington Spa, who would periodically visit the university. And, when I later started working in London, I continued my studies and practice in the context of Tibetan and Zen Buddhism. I have tried to be quite dedicated with my practice, and have only missed four days practice in nearly thirty years. Those four days were when I was in hospital having surgery.
CP: Wow, that is very dedicated. And how did the meeting with David Bohm come about? I mean, how does one end up discussing the secrets of the universe with Einstein’s protégé?
I guess that one just has to be an over-confident youth. What happened is that I wrote a detailed 80-page paper developing the model and showing its correlations with the different spiritual traditions of the world, as well as with modern physics, and sent the paper to David Bohm, who was Professor at Birkbeck College in London. I honestly didn’t expect to hear from him. But about two weeks later, I received a phone call at home asking for a “Professor Dubashia” and it was David Bohm himself inviting me to discuss my paper with him at his offices in London. Obviously, I took the day off work and went. I would have probably left my job for such an opportunity.
CP: How did the meeting actually go? Anything particularly memorable?
Well, I was quite nervous talking to one of the world’s great intellects, but Bohm was very gracious in addressing my questions and suggestions. For me, there were two real highlights of the meeting. Firstly, he told me that many people attempt to create models of reality similar to mine, but that many such attempts are quite incoherent. However, he believed that mine was quite coherent in comparison. Secondly, when I asked him at the end of the meeting how I should proceed to develop the model further, he said that the way to proceed would be to put the implications of the model into practice, and this provided, for me, a huge impetus to continue with my meditation practice even more seriously, which I have done to this day.
CP: Can you tell us a bit more about your actual model?
The crux of the model is that there is an underlying Wholeness or Unity behind the apparent world of separate things and events. Mind and matter both emerge out of this Wholeness as relatively separate entities or processes, and their interaction then creates the apparently real manifest or observable world of differences and distinctions. Unfortunately, the mind often carries on this process beyond where it is helpful or necessary, and this leads to conflict and disorder within the world and within oneself. Ultimately, even the distinction between Wholeness and Multiplicity is not absolute, since both of these emerge out of a deeper Ground of all Being, which is the Source of Everything.
CP: And how does all of this relate to spirituality?
Well, the entire spiritual journey or process can effectively be seen as a movement back from the normal fragmentation of this world to healthy multiplicity, and then from healthy multiplicity back to the original Wholeness again. And, in some rare cases, highly enlightened beings may once again even go back to the Source or Ground of Everything.
CP: Now you talk in your book about some kind of enlightenment experience that you yourself had in 2007. Can you tell us a bit more about that?
Well, I don’t want to make any big claims, so I say all of this quite tentatively and I completely understand if some people may respond with scepticism. In June 2007, I had gone out for a meal with my wife, and we were sitting outside a restaurant near a lake. Suddenly, something seemed radically different, and I slowly realized that my mind had stopped. No thoughts, no feelings, just a kind of pure perception of the world around me. This was accompanied by a sense of great joy or great relief that my mind was no longer generating any of the normal chatter, much of it negative and problem-making, that most of us perpetually suffer from. Over the coming days and weeks, this condition or state intensified until I felt as if there were blissful energies pouring down on me from above through the top of my head, down the front of my body, and back up the spine. And I was able to simply watch this whole process occurring without being involved or implicated in it in any way, as if it were happening to someone else. And when I looked around me, it was obvious that everything and everybody around me were not ultimately different from who I was. The sense of being a separate self was gone. There was only a simple Wholeness, and I was that Wholeness. And I remained in this state, 24/7, for about six months.
CP: This sounds quite extraordinary. And are you still in that state?
Occasionally. But it is rarely as intense, and never as permanent as it was during the second half of 2007. However, it is still implicitly there in the background in some sense. I think that an experience or realization of that kind can never completely leave you. And what is even more interesting is that a couple of close friends who are also long-term spiritual practitioners have said quite explicitly that they have felt a sense of that realization themselves on occasion when they have been in my company. So maybe an experience of that kind can almost be contagious in some sense to people who are open to it.
CP: And where do you go from here?
Well, hopefully I will be able to continue meditating for the rest of my days whilst continuing more detailed study of the spiritual traditions. I have developed a much more detailed model of the spiritual traditions in three-dimensions which even has potential predictive capacities in relation to how these traditions may continue to evolve in quite specific ways. A colleague and I are writing about this, and maybe a huge book about this will one day see the light of day. Now I think that could really have an impact.
CP: Thank you very much for your time, Mr Dubashia.
You’re very welcome.
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Mick Mill: the hottest and most successful rapper from Philadelphia

Meek Mill loves motorcycles the same way Mick Fanning (Australian surfer - approx.) Loves big waves. Or how Jimmy Chin (National Geographic photographer - approx.) Likes to climb a four-mile cliff. This is a dangerous hobby, because of which he may one day cripple or even die. Although, if you knew how much violence and death he saw in his youth, you would not attach much importance to this. “This is the only time I feel at peace,” he says, “to ride on the rear wheel and accelerate to 60 miles per hour. Just ride with your bros. No gangster bullshit. This is ... freedom that you can’t get anymore. ”

Mick is the hottest and most successful rapper from Philadelphia in the last two decades. He has millions of sales, several high-profile beefs and a break with Nicki Minaj. He twirls a pack of noodles from a vending machine in the Chester County Prison Visitor Room. This is a rather confined place: men in orange robes are sitting with their loved ones, deprived of the opportunity to lean closer to touch them. Involuntarily there is sadness. Mick, by his own decision, rejects all visits from anyone except his lawyers and several friends. “I will not let them come,” he says of his family, very large and incredibly united. They all live 15 miles from the walls of this prison. “If they see me like this, with a matted beard and a shaved head, then I will reconcile myself to being here. And I’m not going to do it. ”

Read the full interview in "Lounge Club" November Special!


Gisele Bundchen cover girl of "Cosmo Chic"

Gisele Bundchen shares her beauty secrets for "Cosmo Chic" November issue!

CC: Your everyday makeup... 

GB: Chanel Mascara and RMS Hygienic Lipstick.

CC: And the most shocking?

GB: For me, the only reason to “kill” make up is Halloween.

CC: Three cosmetic products you can’t live without…

GB: Concealer cream and RMS hygienic lipstick, Chanel Les Beiges powder.

CC:  What cosmetics will you never use?

GB: I think I tried everything - this is my job.

CC: Share the secret of beauty that is known only to Brazilians.

GB: Drink water with natural coconut milk.

Read full Tips&Tricks and enjoy Giselle's beautiful pictures in "Cosmo Chic" November issue.

A History Of Country Music

Musicians have long been playing fiddle music in the Appalachians for years, but it wasnít until 1927 in Bristol, Tennessee that the first recording country music recording deal was signed. In this year, Victor Records signed Jimmie Rodgers and the Carter Family.

Jimmie Rodgers was born in Meridian Mississippi, in 1897. Originally he worked on the railroads until his ill health got the better of him and it was only during this time that he followed his earlier love of entertaining. In 1927 he followed word that Victor Records were setting up a portable recording studio and made his way there. He was immediately signed and continued recording and playing music until he died in 1933.

In 1965 he was one of the very first musicians to be added to the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1961 along with Hank Williams and Fred Rose. On the same day as Jimmie Rodgers signed with Victor Records, so did the Carter Family, who would become one of the most famous country music bands of all time. They remained with Victor Records until 1936. Not even divorce could separate the band though and they continued to record with Decca until 1939. Things started to hit a rough patch at this stage and despite signing for Universal and eventually Victor Records again, the band split in 1941.

It is widely acknowledged that that big day in 1927 was the introduction of country music to the rest of the country. Jimmie Rodgers and the Carter Family were met with huge critical acclaim and became incredibly popular helping to sell a great many records. Country music singers and bands of today will often talk about the Carter Family or Jimmie Rodgers as being their major influence and with very good reason.



Marina Kufa: "I broke the Guinness Record"!

Marina Kufa — abundantly warming and charismatic producer AND HOST of NOW News Of The World, that has and continues to be an inspiration to a large number of her fan base. With her devoted 15 years of experience to the media/entertainment industry, she has helped broaden the horizon of being the voice and drive of global humanitarianism through her talent! Marina Kufa is honoured with Guinness World Record with ITAP as well She produced several documentaries accompanied by NAT-GEO. You can see her Hosting show Red Carpet Of Hollywood with top celebrities. She works with public relation teams of CMPR producers of THE VOICE and ZTPR. You can see her every year on few out of may on red carpets like All Star, Pro Boxing, Make A Wish Foundation, George Lopez Foundation, Harold and Carole Pump Foundation with A list celebrities. Recently she Marina had produced documentary film — Round Earth Test in collaboration with National Geographic. Action and Stunt Actress — worked on Miami Vice, Rock of Ages as well as Step UP 4 Revolution, Charlie’s Angels as well with Carlos Santana on FIFA music Video “Da Rum Jeto” and David Tutera show with Dennis Rodman. Marina also got her hands on production of the film directed by Wes Miller written by Emmy and Oscar nominated Douglas Day Stewart. Currently she launched NOW Music channel that already had 5M hits in a week. 

R&B: Hi Marina, glad to see you today! What’s up?
MK: So excited to be here! Thank for Having me!

R&B: Always sunny, always looking gorgeous! You created a lot of impact through your various projects! Do you sleep at all? What’s your time management secret?
MK: Thank you so much. I surf with the sharks and Dolphiens... haha in Laguna Beach CA, the secret is to stay connected to the universe, surround yourself with negative ions and learn how to use them.

R&B: Your fame started from PlanetE!, is that correct? What was the most memorable moment from behind the scenes?
MK: My hard work began way back in Miami where we shot Miami Vice movie. The most memorable moment was converation with Jamiee Foxx when he relly took his time during brake and expalined to me (european) the meening of the word MOJO (print on the T-shirts), that was made specifically for the movie.

R&B: I can’t wait for asking you about your Guinness World Record! That is huge! What was the cause? Tell us all the details!
MK: Now, this was more than a dream come true! I was contacted by ITAP rep one of the sourses to do full coverage on this World Guiness Record thet took place on the race Track here in CA for electric vehicle that was made 90% out of recycled batteries and other electronics. My crew thought this is fantastic procect, so we took it on. We were driving this vehicle for 4 days straight non stop to reach the desired mileage that broke the WGR as the first recycle vehicle in the world. The full documetnary is coming out soon. So this is how I got in to the Guiness Record, we just became part of the ITAP TEAM and got to WORK.

R&B: You recently collaborated with National Geographic on the documentary, was it tuff experience for you? What sacrifices did you suffer to make it happen?
MK: One of the most interesting adventures, I tell you… I was contacted by Independed Investigation Group to do coverage on Round Eart Test. Basically flat earth belivers are arguing with scientists on earth shape evidence so there for the scientists decide to prove it. Both of groups were present, Flat and Round earth believe groups. So — we did it again! We did 3 days of scientific experience in colaboration with National GEOGRAPHIC. What a amazing experience! Our documentary is going to be released Dec 1st 2019. It is  called “Round Earth Test”- Dont miss it!

R&B: You are going to be the Red Carpet host in upcoming PRO Boxing World HeavyWeight Title in LA. When the magic happens? Is it invitation only event? How can we follow?
MK: I'm so excited! I can wait! This is going to be a WAR like they said - Ronald "The American Dream" Johnson vs Sergio "Tota" Ramirez. You have no idea. Keep it in mind —Tota already lost a fight with Johnson previously, but is not giving up. Johnson said: "You asked for it? So now You gonna Get it!" Heavy Weight GBO Ron Johnson is trained by the legend of Boxing World Floyd Mayweather Sr. Another legendary trainer will be there — Milton Lacroix with his rising Star Nicolas Irizarry. Milton trains Youtube Sensation Logan Paul and many other famous celebrities. I’m truly honoured to be "Supremacy Showdown" Red Carpet host. Come join us! And take a picture with me on the Red Carpet — we will have selfie contests on instagram for all the fans! You'll find out more when you get there. Magic will take a place October 12th 2019”. Supremacy Showdown "Pico Rivera Sports Arena 11003 Rooks Rd Pico Rivera CA 90601. This place is "on fire" already! We are also have fighting undefended 8-0 with 4 nockouts La Cobra and Brandyn Lynch "Bad News" 9-1 with 7 kos the nephew of Eddy Murphy.

Anyone can purchase the tickets are on sale:

Read the full interview in September issue of "Rich&Beautiful".

Heather Fay shared her beauty secrets with "Cosmo Chic" readers!

Heather Fay, who has toiled to have her music heard without the backing of a record label, is now poised for a run up the charts with her first single, released at the end of March this year through Bungalo Records/Universal Music Group Dist. 

Leggy beauty Heather Fay sparkled in her bikini on the covers of glossy magazines showing off a stunning figure and her unbeaten body.  Makeup artists recognized Heather as the most beautiful star who doesn't even need makeup!

Today, in an exclusive interview to "Cosmo Chic", Heather confessed what price she payed for her beauty and what she does to look amazing despite the tight schedule.

CC: Hi Heather, great to see you! You look stunning, as always!
HF: Thank you so much and it’s great to see you as well, thanks for having me!


CC: Congratulations on your single "The One"! Are you happy with your choice of the label?

HF: Yes! Thank you! I am thrilled with the set up that I have as an artist.  Having artistic and creative control along with the support and respect that every artist needs within their team is a great position to be in.

CC: You have a pretty tuff schedule now. Despite this you manage to look fantastic, from toes to hair :) What is your usual morning beauty routine?

HF: I start every day off early with meditation, which is very important if you want to glow from the inside out. Mind, body, and spirit all three are very much connected. Also before I even get out of  bed I have a glass of water. This helps your body to wake up and start functioning properly. On top of that I drink hot tea every morning with a tablespoon of coconut oil stirred in. Coconut oil is an amazing source of organic energy, it’s really good for the brain and helps you get through the day. With all of these morning habits you begin to glow naturally without the need of much else to look and feel great! Water, tea, and coconut oil are great for you skin, hair, and nails as well so you can’t go wrong with these three essentials.

CC: What make-up brands do you use in your day to day life? Do you have some preferences while your professional makeup during your shows?

HF: When it comes to mascara I have to use the pink and green Maybelline. For lip creams and liners I really love NYX, they have a lot of different options for lips and you can’t go wrong with any of them. When it comes to the pros I just let them do their thing! I will say that I enjoyed it when a make-up artist used Fenty Beauty for my make-up. It went on great and the way everything was packaged and presented was beautiful!

CC: All make-up artists admit your stunning beauty and very little necessity for make-up. Evil tongues speak that you had your nose, breast and lips done. Is any of this close to reality?

HF: I guess I will take that as a compliment!  Lol. I can appreciate that some might look at me and think that I have had surgery done but NOPE, I am all natural and have not had any work done!  #TeamNatural

Read the full interview in "Cosmo Chic" August

Interview with American music producer J Chamberlain

CP: So Chamberlain you've been making music for awhile. What inspires you? 
It's Several things honestly. As a music producer or "beat maker" I feel free when I'm in my creative zone. I feel I have unlimited freedom. It's very full filling to display my creative skills. I want people to get a natural high from my music. 
CP: Your from a small town in Texas. How did growing up in Texas affect your music style? 
Well growing up in Texas by Houston screw music was a big deal. That music is legendary down there. I grew up listening to everything. I would listen to rap station, 97.9 the box and the alternative/pop type station 104.1 KRBE. I just never wanted to be closed into a box. I think a lot of Texas music is closed into a box. It's crazy because I'll start working with a rapper from the Houston area and they say they want to be unique. They end up trying to sound like some other southern rapper that they really like and it's just kind of lame. 
CP: You've had some music deals and placements. Do you feel you can open up the door for more local Texas rappers and other independent artist internationally?
I just want to work with great artist that want to make great music. Artist that want to set their own trend and not scared to think outside the box. Just real people that have the passion but know that it's a business. They need to have a budget to promote their music. Some artist want someone to hold their hand. This is the wrong business for babysitting. You either going to push your product or you not, period. 
CP: What have you learned in the last few years about yourself in your music journey? 
I've learned to just be myself and never get caught up in believing your better than you really are. You can always get better and you must continue to develop your craft. You can't get complacent and hurt your brand. I just focus on grinding harder each day and finding a way to be successful.
CP: We can talk about music all day but tell us what's your favorite things to do in your spare time? 
I like to chill at the beach and wake up to that ocean view and relax. I will take myself out to the movies on a "me date". Just to go watch a movie by myself. My other favorite thing is attending sporting events. I'm a big sports fan and a Dallas Cowboy fan forever. 

American music producer J Chamberlain


CP: What projects do you have coming up?
I'm continuing to make new beats monthly, work with new artist on their projects, and working with GQ Radio. I have some tracks in my catalog I want to release. I'm just trying to put it together for a quality release. I will release some music late in 2019. My website will have the updates on all my upcoming projects. I'm shopping some tracks around and getting interest. I just don't want to rush it and it's not done the right way. 

Follow J Chamberlain or on Twitter: @JChamberlainjls


Exclusive Interview with French pianist Aurelien David 

 Our exclusive interview is with Aurelien David, French recording artist, singer and pianist. Today, Aurelien shares his time between Germany, France and Israel. Aurelien David’s first album “Adon Olam” is an eclectic mix of pop ballad, influences from French Chansons and reinterpreted traditional Hebrew texts and melodies, accompanied by a piano arrangement inspired by classical composers.

Aurelien David began playing the piano at the age of 7. He received classical training with renowned international concert pianists and singers. At 16, the path was set for him to pursue a career as an artist, but he decided to study engineering, politics and business instead. After completing his master's degree at 21, Aurelien began his successful international career. 7 years later he founded his own company for international development cooperation. Since then, he has been traveling around the world working for government institutions, helping to realize sustainable projects. For a long time, he has been dreaming about reconnecting with his first passion by producing his own music. Inspired and surrounded by great people, he finally decided in 2018 to launch his own label and realize a project that is very important to him, the album "Adon Olam”.

Glam: Hi Aurelien how are you doing today? 
AD: I feel fantastic. Full of energy, right in the middle of a creative rush.

Glam: What’s up in your music life now? What are the ongoing projects today? 
AD: I am currently recording my next singles, building up to my first album, working on my first music videos concepts. It is a very exciting and vibrant period in my life. I have so many ideas, things are happening at a mind-boggling pace at the moment. It’s crazy.

Glam: Your album “Adon Olam” is sort of a mixture between poetry, prayer and classical pop music. How did you come up with this? 
AD:  I have a deep connection to Judaism and was always captivated by this musical heritage. I want to radically break down all boundaries between religions, music styles, languages, the old and the new. 

Glam: Actually, you’ve been playing since you were 7, but “Adon Olam” is your first album, right? How comes you only recorded it now? It is quite particular, memorable, signature voice of yours. How did you come up to your personal expression in music? 
AD: As you say, I have always played music, all my life. I was trained as a classical pianist and singer, but decided to study engineering, politics and business instead when I was quite young. Then I launched my international career, which was very successful and kept me traveling a lot. I kept doing music all the time, but of course I was caught up in my daily business and projects with a lot of responsibility and little time. I wanted to do a music project that is very personal for a long time, and now the time just seemed right to just do it! I decided to follow my heart, be brave, and try to make something unique. I love the timeless motives, melodies and deep feelings Hebrew music expresses, I believe it comes from the soul and touches something universal. 

Glam: You’ve had your share of experiences besides music: studying engineering, politics and business. Do you regret that you spent time on those things instead of going to music right away? 

AD: Not at all. As I said, I always played music. And in my career I really had the opportunity to see the world, realize big projects focused on sustainability, things that made sense to me and make a contribution to do good things – and don’t forget, it helped me gain true insight on the human condition, which is the basis of inspiration for my music and my message as an artist too.

Glam: How long did it take to actually put your album together from the idea to the final product?
AD: It has been an extremely dynamic process – especially considering I have a “day job” that keeps me flying all over the world on other projects. We started about 6 months ago – and I expect to be finished recording the first album in 2 or three months. So it is still work in progress. 

Read the full interviwe in the August issue of "Glamourama" magazine!

Follow Aurelien or get in touch: 

Instagram: @aurelien___david      

Facebook: @aurelien.david.recordingartist