Friday, October 31, 2014

MindTrip Magazine Issue 28 Now Available on Apple and Android Devices!

Freedom. Happiness. Weirdness. The lastest issue of our new digital magazine is now available for Apple and Android devices. Download it absolutely FREE for a limited time!

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Thursday, October 30, 2014

Top 5 Incredible Benefits of Optimism

So there’s half a glass of water in front of you. Is it half full or half empty? I hope it’s the former because believe it or not, researchers have found that optimism is a universal phenomenon that can promote many benefits to a person’s life. Yep.

According to a study conducted by the University of Kansas, researchers found in the Gallup World Poll from 142 countries that despite difficult times, most people are optimistic and see a brighter outlook to their future. They also discovered that between these countries, it didn’t matter how much income one was earning as optimism prevailed in most of these people’s mind.

Now the good news is this positive outlook has a greater impact on a person’s life. Many scientists have discovered that optimists just have it better than others. From living longer to decreased heart disease to finding it easier to handle stress, here’s five cool benefits of being an optimist you need to know:


Step-by-Step Visualization Guide For Massive Success


In the men’s final of Wimbledon 2014, Novak Djokovic, winner of seven Grand Slams, was pitted against Roger Federer, winner of seventeen Grand Slam titles. Novak ultimately won the match and the Wimbledon title, but not without a fight. The game went to five sets with several tie breaks, and in the fourth round, Novak nearly lost to Federer.

After this round, Novack took a bathroom break and later revealed in an interview that he’d spent the break visualizing the remainder of the game and how he wanted to play. He mentally pictured his serves, returns, and strategy for winning. He came back in the fifth set and beat Federer 6-4, seizing the title.


Tuesday, October 28, 2014

The Secret European Experiment to Create Geniuses



She was hypnotized. Entranced into believing she was a powerful classical violinist. After her second violin lesson she'd ever taken... her instructor was so blown away by her newfound level of skill, she was immediately enrolled into the advanced class...

How did she do it?

Another test subject was hypnotized into thinking she was Raphael, the artist.
Before being hypnotized using this secret experimental method, she couldn't even draw a "smiley face." Within a month, she had the artistic skill of a professional designer.

Through these experiments and many more that followed... through endless hours of trial and error, a secret mental technique was developed that without hypnotic trance, caused people to become:

* more business savvy
* more confident
* more creative
* more artistic
* better at sports
* and much, much more...

Now for the first time ever you can also possess this secret mental technique that allows you to "pretend" and "adapt" the genius skills of absolutely anyone...

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

11 Amazing Creations Discovered In Dreams


You know what visions I get in my dreams? Visions of falling off of buildings (and doing the full body spasm thing when I hit the ground). These 11 people, on the other hand, had dreams that changed the world.

Let's hope that my visions take a turn toward genius sometime soon. Until then, I'll just take inspiration from these guys.

1. The Periodic Table

It's said that Dmitry Mendeleyev was on a three-day work bender when he finally gave in for a few minutes of shut eye. Instead of falling asleep for 17 hours like most sleep deprived people, Mendeleyev dreamt of an arrangement of elements that would change modern chemistry forever, then popped up about 20 minutes later to record it. "I saw in a dream a table where all the elements fell into place as required. Awakening, I immediately wrote it down on a piece of paper... Only in one place did a correction later seem necessary."


Sleep Programming

Saturday, October 25, 2014

How to Experience the Dream of Life


By Jason and Skye Mangrum,
Authors of 
Uberman! Almost Super Human

In this life, there are two kinds of beings…

There are victims, and things happen to them. And there are creators, who create as they observe.

At the deepest, sub-nuclear level, we are one. There is no separation, as drops of ocean water existing in an infinite ocean… a boundless sea of possibility…

All we have ever experienced has lived inside the visual cortex of the brain. The outward projection is an illusion.

Our sense of touch is but an electrical impulse… A wave of focused light energy with information in the carrier-wave… a set of instructions for the brain to decode.

To feel. To see. To smell. To taste… these are illusions. Things are not as they seem. This is the veil shrouding the great mystery of life and creation… of consciousness.

You are existing right now, in your Mind.

Almost Super Human!

Positive Expectation Improves Eyesight

Imagine seeing better by thinking differently. That's a vision with a future, according to Harvard University psychologist Ellen Langer.

Eyesight markedly improved when people were experimentally induced to believe that they could see especially well, Langer and her colleagues report in the April Psychological Science.

Such expectations actually enhanced visual clarity, rather than simply making volunteers more alert or motivated to focus on objects, they assert.

Read the full story here...


Friday, October 24, 2014

Saying is Believing -- The Science of Self-Talk

From the self-affirmations of Stuart Smalley on Saturday Night Live to countless videos on YouTube, saying nice things to your reflection in the mirror is a self-help trope that's been around for decades, and seems most often aimed at women. The practice, we're told, can help us like ourselves and our bodies more, and even make us more successful — allow us to chase our dreams!

Impressed, but skeptical, I took this self-talk idea to one of the country's leading researchers on body image to see if it's actually part of clinical practice.


Thursday, October 23, 2014

Top 20 Pointless Quotes from Gene Simmons of KISS

Even if you’re not a full-fledged member of the KISS Army, by virtue of being alive makes it so you know who Gene Simmons is. And the bassist/branding expert wants to help you become more like Gene and so he’s done what any self-made billionaire would do: Write a book and sell it to you for $26.99.

Me, Inc.: Build an Army of One, Unleash Your Inner Rock God, Win in Life and Business is chock full of Gene-isms – so much so, you literally can turn to any page, pick a random sentence and likely find potent words of wisdom. It’s also packaged to look exactly like a bible, so in case you had any doubts, this was written by a legit Rock God.


Magic Questions to Get Inside Their Heads

By Jack Ellis, Author of Black Magic Tantra

These were somewhat popular back in the 'good old days' of alt.seduction.fast – but have fallen out of favor in recent years, mostly due to the popularity of 'The Cube'.

These are much easier to remember than the Cube and can be done quickly.
Best of all, it gives you insight into the girl you are talking to. One time I had a girl answer the 'beach' question by saying 'I would run and hide!' Needless to say I didn’t spend much more time trying for her.

To lead into these is quite simple. Just say your friend showed you a really cool personality test, or that you always ask people this instead of exchanging resumes first.


Wednesday, October 22, 2014

The Practical Benefits of Outrageous Optimism


If you ask me, everything is pretty frickin' great these days.

Your life and my life are both going to continue to increase in awesomeness over time.

We are likely to have exceptional fortune and health throughout our days, we'll help to change some lives for the better, our kids are going to turn out loving and great, and we will die with a broad smile across our rugged and weather-worn faces somewhere around the age of a hundred and twenty two.

Oh sure, there will be the odd problem and catastrophe along the way, but they will just serve as recharging jolts to keep us from getting complacent. More problems to solve, more learning to do, and deeper happiness to attain.

On top of that, the human race is bound for an ever-better fate, ironing out most of its current problems and most of the problems that follow in the future, ending up at a tantalizing Star Trek Utopia.

Those are pretty controversial statements to make these days, yet strangely enough the general theme tends to become true, for the few people who are crazy enough to believe it.

Tune In, Drop Out, Get Rich

‪Some people seem to get rich without much effort. Some people struggle, save, and sacrifice to find riches and some try as hard as they can but never reach the riches

they desire. What makes the difference? It can't be good looks or brains, there's a lot of goofy looking nitwits rolling in cash. It can't be location or vocation. Self made millionaires all start somewhere doing the same tasks as their contemporaries yet they get rich while their co-workers do not.

Do riches come from an iron will and hard work? The millionaire mom of Bill Gates was on the same charity Board of Directors as the Chairman of IBM. "Billy, time to eat. Honey, guess who I met at the golf course today?..." How hard was that?

So what is the key to success? The key to success is the mind. What you think about you bring about. The only path to true happiness is attaining wealth by tuning in on who you really are and what you really want. The Competitive World is all about the outside in. You have to do THIS to get THAT and when you get THERE, THEN you will be happy. WRONG. That's backwards.

READ THE FULL STORY HERE...

cosmic ordering

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

The Fat Is In Your Head

Robert Malone once owned a commercial construction company in O’Fallon, Ill. until he realized the power of hypnosis.

“My first experience with hypnosis was 20 years ago when I used it to quit smoking,” Malone said.

Since then, Malone has become a certified hypnotist as well as a published author. His book, The Fat is in Your Head: How to Leverage Your Unconscious Mind to Lose Weight with Self-Hypnosis, advises readers wanting to lose weight to use self hypnosis as well as a traditional weight loss plan.


Monday, October 20, 2014

Is This Heaven?

By Steve Pavlina, Author of How to Order from the Universe

If you maintain a negative limiting belief about your reality, such as a belief that this reality is insane, crazy, violent, indifferent, apathetic, etc., then your attitude will absolutely cream you. You can't expect to get anywhere good with a belief that this reality is anything less than heavenly.

You're not actually judging reality with such beliefs because you only have access to your limited perceptions of it, and those are 100% within your mind. So by labeling reality negatively, you're actually labeling a part of your own mind in the same way.

That's a trap — a huge trap that you must avoid at all costs.


New full-length book! How to Order From the Universe

By Steve Pavlina, Author of How to Order from the Universe
Due to popular demand for more from Steve Pavlina specifically on the subject of creating your own future we've just published a full-length book now available at Amazon. You can instantly download this book and read it on any phone, tablet or computer... and, of course, on your Kindle if you have one.
How to Order from the Universe is an in-depth exploration of creating the life you want from personal development expert Steve Pavlina. Each chapter gives specific techniques for enhancing every area of your life. Check out all the fascinating chapter titles for a glimpse into the wide variety of help available to you.
  • How to Order From the UniverseHow to Order from the Universe
  • How to Manifest Money
  • How to Switch Dimensions
  • Shifting Your Vibration To Manifest Your Desires
  • How to Discover Your Life Purpose in About 20 Minutes
  • Happiness First, Then Everything Else
  • 30 Days to Success
  • Playing the Money Game
  • Money and Your Path With a Heart
  • How to Achieve Your Travel Goals
  • You May Be Broke, But Don't Be Boring
  • How to Go From Introvert to Extrovert
  • Take the Red Pill
  • Abundance in a World of Limited Resources
  • The Power of Now
  • Is This Heaven?
  • Allowing Yourself to Receive
  • How to Make Money From Your Art
  • How to Do Everything Wrong
  • The Dark Side of Financial Abundance
  • Life – The Ultimate Game 
  • The Best Place to Invest Your Money

Sunday, October 19, 2014

How to Master the Game of Life

By James Altucher, Author of The Power of No

I swept the chess pieces to the floor and ran out. The pieces were still popping around on the ground like popcorn when I left the room where the match was being played. It was my school versus some other school. I had lost.

I didn’t care at all about the rest of my team. Losers.

The coach of the team, an English teacher, ran out after me but he was sort of laughing. “Stop,” he said. “Wait.”

But I didn’t want to. I had lost. I was worthless. I hated myself. I hated everyone. The rest of my team was laughing. I could hear them. Laughing at me. The other team was in shock.

I am a sore loser. It’s not that I’m so competitive with others. But I’m competitive with myself. I like to do better than I did before. Sometimes that means something very bad: I like to be perfect at the things I’m interested in.

Of course, it’s impossible to be perfect.


Saturday, October 18, 2014

Did I Know My Doggy In Another Life?

For thousands of years Eastern religions have embraced the idea of reincarnation for human souls but what about animals? Can they reincarnate too?

Growing numbers of spiritual philosophers, healers and animal communicators believe so.

Curious, I did a quick internet search and found hundreds of links to people talking about their experiences, "My dog was my husband in a former life" being my favourite.

My interest in pet reincarnation started when I read animal communicator and healer Madeleine Walker's latest book, Your Pets' Past Lives And How They Can Heal You.


The Human Mind's Best Kept Secret

By Christie Marie Sheldon, Founder of Love or Above

Why do some people have all the luck?

Ever noticed how some uncannily ‘lucky’ people can almost effortlessly attract good things into their lives? At work, they get all the opportunities. They lead social movements in their communities. They’re spiritual, yet also have a healthy relationship with money. Their relationships are consistently blissful, and they’re always in the pink of health.

But if you’re like most people, life is a mixture of good days and bad days. You may not be poor or sick, but you worry about your money and health a little more often than you’d like. You long for the time and freedom to live life on your own terms. You wish you were better at manifesting your goals.

And so you’ve probably wondered to yourself on more than a few occasions, “what does it take to be one of those lucky people?”

The answer lies in a fascinating phenomenon known as your personal energetic frequency.

READ THE FULL STORY HERE...

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Thursday, October 16, 2014

Laughter Works Better Than Drugs

It’s no secret that laughter is good for you and, even when indulged in liberally, is gloriously free of side effects.

Laughter is a simple stress reducer, a kind of natural Valium, but is also allows us to connect to other people in such unique ways, that it cannot be duplicated through any other method. A body of evidence shows that laughing not only works better than medication, but stimulates hormonal levels in ways similar to exercise.

One pioneer in laughter research, William Fry, claimed it took ten minutes on a rowing machine for his heart rate to reach the level it would after just one minute of hearty laughter. He wasn’t kidding. There is no doubt that laughter improves health.


Wednesday, October 15, 2014

12 Evil Mind Control Drugs

By Dantalion Jones, Author of Mind Control 101

“Narco-analysis” was published in 1943, pouring from the pen of J. Steven Horsley. On its heels came the pitch-black idea of drug-supplemented torture and interrogation.

We’re talking pure wickedness here; instead of just harming the body interrogators began attacking the mind. Want examples? Here’s a few of the most depraved “torture brews” known to man.

READ THE FULL LIST HERE...