Saturday, January 21, 2017

3 Things People Fear Most

Let’s face it – almost everyone has fears they wish they could conquer. Even the most successful people harbor some form of concern or anxiety even if they won’t admit it to themselves or to others.

But facing your own fears could be one of the best and bravest things you can do for yourself. How else to find ways to overcome them if you won’t even admit they exist.

Grownups in particular are loathe to acknowledge their fears for fear of (no pun intended) being seen as weak. Here are three things people fear that are universal to all adults. Don’t be scared to see yourself having them, too. Now you know you’re not alone and hopefully, you can do something about them.


Wednesday, January 18, 2017

How to Win the Lottery with Visualization

During that long, lonely summer between high school and college, I was completely devastated after getting dumped by my high-school sweetheart. (It turned out there was nothing sweet about him.)

My older, wiser sister told me to get over him by fantasizing about my ideal guy. So I spent the summer eating and serving fro-yo at a TCBY, fantasizing from behind the counter that this Abercrombie & Fitch model was going to come in and sweep me off my feet. And lo, once I started college, I met a guy who met my A&F criteria: a hot pre-med football player, whom I dated for four years.

Ever since that summer, I've been a big believer in the power of visualization: you attract what you focus on. Los Angeles philanthropist and film producer Cynthia Stafford won the lottery thanks to visualization!

Monday, January 16, 2017

Money is an Illusion, Retirement is a Joke


By Enoch Tan / Creator of Secrets of Mind and Reality

Your wealth is not a measure of how much you have, but how much you are capable of generating in every moment. If you had won a million dollars in the lottery but are capable of generating zero dollars, you wealth is virtually zero.

Wealth is what you have left when all your money has been taken from you. That is why people who are truly wealthy never become poor even after they have lost all their money. They are able to create money on demand. The secret of wealth is creation and not possession.

A poor person who is incapable of generating income, but happens to win a million dollars, is still a poor person with a million dollars. A rich person who is capable of generating lots of money, but happens to lose all his money, is still a rich person with no money.

Money does not make you rich. It is the power to obtain wealth that makes you rich. A million dollars in the hands of someone without power to create wealth, will soon become nothing. In the hands of someone with power, it never runs out.


Sunday, January 15, 2017

Scientists Boost Lifespans 30% with Cellular Reprogramming

The quest for the fountain of youth is as ancient as humanity itself. Now, it appears scientists may have found the source.

Using a process designed to “reprogram” normal adult cells into pluripotent stem cells—cells that can transform into many different kinds of cells—researchers have managed to boost the life spans of mice by up to 30% and rejuvenate some of their tissues.


The Ageless Secrets, by Chris D'Cruz



As a self-help book, The Ageless Secrets fills a pretty small niche. Most other books give general guides on being, eating and living healthy, but D’Cruz instead provides specific information on living longer. 

He begins by giving historical information on how people from ancient times have managed to live over a century, despite the poorer, less-sophisticated healthcare.

Surprisingly, the information he provides is factual and accurate – he isn’t just spinning stories to prove his case. He goes on to unravel the mystery of how these people managed to achieve their longevity – typically due to a combination of diet, lifestyle and exercise. 

He also delves into more esoteric and 'mystical' arts that originate from the ancient Chinese empire, and gives the readers a primer on how they can make use of these secrets for their own benefit.


The Ageless Secrets

Saturday, January 14, 2017

10 Books That Might Change Your Life

Positive thinking is at once the most widely embraced and the most frequently reviled philosophy in America. As I explore in my forthcoming book, One Simple Idea: How Positive Thinking Reshaped Modern Life, the gospel of positivity grew out of mystical and occult subcultures in America starting in the mid-nineteenth century and went on to become closest thing America has to a national creed.

Most of our modern ideas of positive thinking come from an American spiritual movement called New Thought, which promulgated the principle that thoughts are causative. This belief crisscrosses cultural lines from the New Age to evangelical churches. It underscores much of our political jargon, from Ronald Reagan ("nothing is impossible") to Barack Obama ("yes we can"), as well as our best-known commercial slogans from Nike's "just do it" to the U.S. Army's "be all you can be."

Positive thinking, sometimes called the mind-power movement, forms the foundational idea behind business motivation, mind-body medicine, placebo studies, and almost all varieties of self-help. It is the most influential psycho-spiritual idea of our, and perhaps of any, time.

Friday, January 13, 2017

Do you live in the past, present or the future?

In the late 1960s to the early 1970s when I was a youth, I belonged to a very strict religious organization that prophesized the imminent return of Christ, and the destruction of the United States. I put off pleasure in the present because I hoped to enjoy it in the indefinite future. In other words, I got stuck in the future.

Since that time, I discovered that others in the world are doing the same thing. It’s my guess that many young people who join the Islamic State adhere to that future orientation. Their goal is to go to Muslim Heaven, if they are male, and enjoy the pleasures of seventy-two dark-eyed virgins. Suffering hardship in the present and acting as suicide bombers in fighting for ISIS guarantees them eternal bliss in the future.


Wednesday, January 11, 2017

How to Live to 109: Stop Worrying

A great-grandfather who has just celebrated his 109th birthday says the secret to a long life is to not worry about anything.

George Higgs was born on New Year's Day in 1907 when King Edward VII was still on the throne.

He was just seven-years-old when World War One broke out and was only 32 by the time World War Two came around.

"The secret to a long life is not to worry about anything. Just get on with it."

Read the full story here...

Tuesday, January 10, 2017

The Song That Reduces Anxiety by 65%

Anxiety — that feeling of dread, fear, worry and panic — is certainly nothing new. Hippocrates wrote about it in the fourth century BCE.

As did Søren Kierkegaard in the 1860s. And Sigmund Freud addressed the disorder in 1926.

However, jump to the present and we’re seeing a significant uptick — especially with youth.

Pharmaceutical drugs tend to be the classic treatment for treating anxiety (as well as the biggest money maker). Cognitive therapy is a common approach as well.

Those with a holistic bent often turn to meditation, yoga, massage and other relaxation techniques. Music therapy has also been used with some success.

But now neuroscientists in the U.K. have zeroed in on a single song that results in a dramatic 65 percent reduction in overall anxiety…


Monday, January 09, 2017

The Ten Most Important Aspects of Reinventing Your Life

Reinvent Yourself
By James Altucher,
Author of 
Reinvent Yourself

I wanted to write the book that 20 years ago I wish I had read.

That ten years ago I wish I had read.

That five years ago I wish I had read.
That yesterday I wanted to read.
So today I published it. Reinvent Yourself.


Friday, January 06, 2017

10 Ways to Keep Your New Year Resolutions

By Valerie Dawson,
Certified Hypnotherapist Creator of 
Hypnotic Visualization Guided Audios

Have you had trouble keeping your New Year’s resolutions in the past?

If so, you’re not alone. Most people who make resolutions fail to keep them. Here are ten ways to make and keep your 2017 New Year’s resolutions — or any changes in your life.


Wednesday, January 04, 2017

26 Successful People Who Failed At First


We always hear the success stories but we rarely hear about the struggles and failures of the world's most successful people. Here then, are 26 famous winners who started with a whimper.

1. Winston Churchill failed the sixth grade. He was defeated in every public office role he ran for. Then he became the British prime minister at the age of 62.

2. Thomas Edison's teachers told him he was "too stupid to learn anything." Edison also famously invented 1,000 light bulbs before creating one that worked.

3.Harland David Sanders, the famous KFC "Colonel," couldn't sell his chicken. More than 1,000 restaurants rejected him. But then one did, and today there are KFC restaurants bearing his image all over the world. 

Sunday, January 01, 2017

Mind Controlled Toys: Kids can Soon Use Mind Power to play their Favorite Toy

According to researchers from Warwick University, children can soon play toys with the power of their minds using brain waves.

The electronic devices developed by the said researchers allow the users to control the toy using a sensor in the electronic headset that detects the electric impulse from brain waves. These impulses are being processed by the computer and sent to the toy.


Saturday, December 31, 2016

100 Life Hacks from 100-year-olds

What's the secret to a long and healthy life? All centenarians have their own habits and morning routines they swear by. From whiskey shots to daily naps to ice cream, here's what some very old people credit for their lengthy lifespan.

IN 2011, HUFFINGTON POST INTERVIEWED A CENTENARIAN NAMED RUTH. SINCE THE AGE OF 92, RUTH HAS COMMITTED TO WEEKLY PILATES CLASSES. SHE ALSO HAS A MEAN SENSE OF STYLE.

1. "Don't look at the calendar. Just keep celebrating every day."

2. "Invest in quality pieces, they never go out of style."

3. "I make myself go out every day, even if it's only to walk around the block. The key to staying young is to keep moving."


Friday, December 30, 2016

Free Issue of MindTrip Magazine Best of 2016


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Thursday, December 29, 2016

The Secret Mental Genius Experiment

In the early 1960s, Russia and Germany got together to perform an experiment.
Two highly respected psychologists - Dr Vladimir Raikov of Moscow, and Dr Milan Ryzl of Prague - set on a mission to help further understand the human mind.
One of their experiments involved hypnosis, and seemed quite simple:

They hypnotized subjects into believing they were someone else.
It sounds basic. Yet the results were phenomenal.

One subject was interested in playing the violin. She had only ever attended one basic lesson. During the hypnosis experiment, she was asked to believe she was a powerful classical violinist. On her second lesson, the instructor was astonished at her new-found level of skill - and immediately enrolled her into the advanced class.

Despite no longer believing she was someone else, her new genius skills remained.
Another subject was hypnotized into thinking she was the artist Raphael. Despite not being able to paint "so much as a smiley face," her drawing ability suddenly rocketed after the hypnosis. Within a month, she had the drawing skills of a professional designer.

Later experiments showed that this hypnotic trance wasn't even required.
Simply by following a SECRET mental technique, individuals could "pretend" and "adapt" the genius skills of absolutely anyone - all within just minutes.
Depending on the genius they chose, people became more business-savvy... more confident... more creative... more artistic... better at sports... they were able to write better...


Become AnyoneDo this. Imagine for a moment if you could be anyone, acquire the skills of any person, who would you want to be? What would you want to excel at more than anything else?
Think about that and then click here to learn more about the Secret Method: How to Become Anyone


Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Using the Force - How George Lucas Achieved Success

From quiet, humble beginnings in Modesto, California to a multi-million dollar ranch and hub of activity in Nicasio, Lucas has taken the film industry by storm.

From his technological innovations to his business strategies to his beloved science fiction androids, Lucas has become a household name and an immortal part of American cinematic history. “Good luck has its storms,” Lucas once said. But, his success has had little to do with luck. How did he do it?

Friday, December 23, 2016

Was Yoda a Good Guru?

Yoda

Something always bothered me about Star Wars. It wasn't Lucas' re-editing or the three prequels damned to sci-fi hell by angry nerds -- I always thought Yoda made no sense.

The little green guru was supposed to be profound and insightful but what emerged from his backwards speech struck me as banal. Yoda's lines about fear and bravery sounded less like philosophy honed by 900 years and more like the vacuous pronouncements of a life coach.

On top of all that, I wasn't sure that Yoda's advice was even helpful. Instructing Luke to never get angry, to never fear his enemies, seemed ignorant of human nature -- perhaps even psychologically harmful. So I asked a psychologist to find out if Yoda's advice was psychologically any good.

Dr. Nakia Gordon is a professor of psychology at Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Her research focuses on how we use emotion to navigate our lives. In an email exchange, I sent Dr. Gordon a selection of Yoda's most famous lines from all the Star Wars films.

Thursday, December 22, 2016

A secret weapon to achieve your biggest and best goal

How to use the power of your nonconscious to achieve your biggest and best goal for 2017


Your secret weapon for extreme goal achievement is the unlimited resources of your powerful nonconscious mind.

And perhaps the best tools for directing these resources toward your biggest and best goal are the Paraliminals, which you can use free of charge beginning on December 26.

There is nothing to study. No homework. No exercises. All you have to do is sit back, close your eyes, and push play...

Whether you want to lose weight, improve your finances, exercise more, or achieve your biggest and best goal, the New Year Supercharger gets your brain working for you. It powers your motivation. It sets you up for the success you want and deserve.

Join the New Year Supercharger – it is completely FREE and glide into 2017 primed for success.

While most people will fail at their biggest and best goal (heck, most people won't even set the goal in the first place!), it is the people like you, who will use all of the tools at their disposal, who achieve, achieve, and achieve.

It is your turn. The New Year Supercharger is easy and fun. (You just need to dive in. The water's fine!)

1) Register here (it's free)

2) Each day from December 26 through December 31 come to a special webpage.

3) Listen to a specially selected Paraliminal program to prime your mind and supercharge your goal.

4) Enjoy achieving your goal!
Take about a half an hour each day during the New Year Supercharger to prime your mind for achieving your biggest and best goal for 2017. We've done everything we can to set you up for success, and now it is your turn…
There is no cost or obligation.

Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Top 10 Bad Things That Are Good For You

Beer quells heart disease and chocolate staves off cancer? Though often tagged with a disclaimer, studies that tell us to eat, inhale and generally indulge in "bad stuff" is music to our ears. So go ahead and enjoy these bad-for-you remedies — everything in moderation, as they say — until the next study inevitably overturns the research.