Friday, February 05, 2016

7 Ways to Become a Jedi Master

By Jason Mangrum, Creator of Mind Hack Recipe Books

Ok, you won't believe this.

I didn't either, at first.

We all know that our mind can do some pretty groovy things.

But my friend has discovered some stuff that's actually being proven by science right now...

And some of this stuff is FAR OUT.

It might tug on your beliefs a little bit.

When you think of "Mind Powers" you might crack a smile.

But what if they really DO exist?

Like, what if they can finally be measured?

What if you could use these 7 techniques you're about to learn to:
* Magnetically attract better finances and new opportunities into your life...
* Relieve your stress-response in practically any situation
* Learn how to manifest your desires with "bulls-eye" accuracy
* Actually FEEL "chi" flowing through the air and your body in 3 minutes
* An ancient Taoist secret for near-instant pain relief and reversal of disease within the body in as little as 20 minutes a day
Mind Hack Recipe Book* A revolutionary new tool for attracting success effortlessly just by watching movies
* And much, much more…
This will be some of the craziest sh*t you see all day.
But it's proven, it's real and backed up with videos!


Thursday, February 04, 2016

Think, Learn, Do... and Grow Rich

Prosperity Mantra

The Millionaire’s Brain is ideal for individuals who wish to increase their chances of greater success and live life in harmony and balance! The program comes with a dream planner guide that will help you break out of your daily routine and make some positive changes in order to live a happy and fulfilling life.

There is a program named “The Millionaire’s Brain” which offers the right amount of boost and motivation to help you feel capable of tackling your insecurities. It also renders reality bending approach that will help you gain control over your life, and help you gain power over your thought processes and sentiments.


Wednesday, February 03, 2016

MindTrip Magazine Issue 43 Now Available for your Phone or Tablet!




Freedom. Happiness. Weirdness. The lastest issue of our new digital magazine is now available for Apple and Android devices.
  • Five Simple Memory Tips to Boost Brain Power
  • The Healing Power of Placebo
  • The Greatest Motivational Technique of All Time
  • Superhuman Geniuses
  • The Secret Smart Drugs Used by Millionaires
  • How to Win the Lottery with Visualization
  • Simple Enlightenment
  • News From the Future
  • WTF Videos and Weird Facts
  • and much more...

To celebrate the launch of the Android version of our magazine we are offering MindTrip Magazine completely FREE for a limited time. Simply download the free App in order to access one of several free issues!

Monday, February 01, 2016

Top 10 Countries Where You Can Live Forever


live Forever

Throughout history, people have been intrigued by legends of societies where residents thrived well past 100 years old.

Today, there is skepticism whether any such place exists, but health scientists do scour the globe in search of medicinal remedies and other lifespan enhancements.

In fact, many “pockets” around the world have been identified as “Blue Zones,” where locals enjoy high quality of life and health in old age.

Read the full story here...

Consciousness Enters A Parallel Universe At Death, according to Quantum Physics


A book titled Biocentrism: How Life and Consciousness Are the Keys to Understanding the Nature of the Universe has stirred up controversy because it contains the idea that life does not end when the body dies, and it can last forever. 

The author of this publication, scientist Dr. Robert Lanza -- who was voted the 3rd most important scientist alive by the NY Times -- has no doubts that this is possible.



Saturday, January 30, 2016

12 Stories That Will Make You Believe in the Power of Your Mind to Heal You

Mind Over Medicine
My book Mind Over Medicine: Scientific Proof That You Can Heal Yourself is full of data scientifically proving that the mind can heal — or harm — the body.

But data can be dry, and sometimes what resonates most deeply within our souls are stories. So sit back, grab a cup of tea, and let’s have story time.

I’m going to tell you a few true stories that will demonstrate to you how powerfully the mind affects your physiology.

Make 2016 Your Best Year Yet...


By now you must have seen our posts about getting your free zodiac reading for 2016...


Listen, 2016 could be the best year of your life, however without the right guidance it could also spell disaster...

That's why thousands of people worldwide rely on Adrian's world renowned expertise to help guide their lives on a daily basis...

Thing is, this free offer will end so the sooner you get insight from Adrian, the sooner you can act and make decisions based on those insights.

No point telling you there's a pothole ahead AFTER you've hit the pothole..

Friday, January 29, 2016

Smart People Stay Up Late, Do More Drugs, Have More Sex

MindTrip Magazine

What is the mark of an intelligent mind in our day and age? When we think of intelligent people, we may have been conditioned to envision them in a library somewhere studying. We associate intelligence with social reservation and good behaviour.

But what if the opposite were true? What if the ones who are most intelligent are engaging in behaviours grandma and grandpa wouldn’t approve of? Times have changed, and people who have a higher intelligence aren’t always interested in studying and following the rules.

This may sound a bit shocking, but a series of studies have come out showing that intelligent people stay up later, do more drugs, and have more sex. The people in our society who have the highest IQs are nocturnal and enjoy indulging in drugs and sex more often than people with a lower IQ.

21 Reasons You Should Quit Your Day Job And Travel The World

By Karol Gajda, Author of How to Live Anywhere

“Perhaps travel cannot prevent bigotry, but by demonstrating that all peoples cry, laugh, eat, worry, and die, it can introduce the idea that if we try and understand each other, we may even become friends.” – Maya Angelou


I discovered Maya Angelou when I was 15 because one of my favorite artists, Fiona Apple, loved her. Thanks Fiona and thanks Maya for providing such a powerful quote.


Most people are born with an interest in travel that never subsides. The fact that blogs like Chris Guillebeau’s, Gary Arndt’s, or mine (on a much much smaller scale) are as popular as they are is proof of this fact.


The problem is that most of us, and I fell into this trap too, put it off. Either for 1-2 weeks at a time on a yearly vacation or “until some day when X happens.” Whatever eXcuse (get it?) you have for continuing on living a life you’re not thrilled with, it’s unfounded. There is always a way. (I just set myself up for a slew of “but, but, but my situation is different” comments/e-mails.)


As you already know from Lesson #13, you’re not as different as you think. Whatever situation you’re in, someone has already been there and still made things happen.


READ THE FULL STORY HERE...

Thursday, January 28, 2016

Jump Into A Universe Of Infinite Possibilities

MindTrip Magazine
Maybe you grew up wanting to be a world-class chef, or an inventor, or a writer. Maybe you still do. Maybe you dreamt of somehow changing the world, or starting your own business, or becoming so rich and successful that you know you and your loved ones would live a life abundant in wealth, and never had to worry about money or health. So what happened to all those dreams?

The same thing that always happens.

Life.
As you grew older, you started to conform to the norms that society puts on us and had to live in what they call the “real world.” You were told to “stop daydreaming” by your teachers, or “be realistic” by your parents. Bills started rolling in, responsibilities piled up, and before you knew it, your childhood dreams were little more than dust in the wind.

But open your mind for just a few minutes…

Wednesday, January 27, 2016

25 Productivity Secrets from History's Greatest Thinkers

MindTrip Magazine
Want to get stuff done? Try these productivity tips from some of the most influential minds in history, as compiled by Mason Curry in Daily Rituals: How Artists Work.

1. Like many of us, Beethoven started his day by making coffee. He insisted on using 60 beans per cup.

2. Benjamin Franklin was "early to bed, early to rise," and in his later years, early to take it all off. Franklin's morning "air baths" consisted of reading and writing completely starkers for about an hour. Then he put his clothes on and got back to work.

3. Many famous writers and artists made sure to eat breakfast. Victor Hugo preferred his eggs raw.

The Secret to Happiness: Stop Caring

Source: IlluminatedMind.net

Our lives are inundated with practicality and productivity. We think that if there’s no purpose to something, there’s no point in doing it. In reality the best things in life have no purpose.


We sacrifice our time and our sanity doing what we don’t want to do, so at some future point we will create the freedom to do what we love.


We seek happiness in things. We seek happiness in the acceptance of others, in material possessions, in social status. We even search for happiness in some future-promised afterlife. We sabotage ourselves and our entire lives because we fail to understand a very simple but easily overlooked fact.


CLICK HERE TO READ THE FULL STORY

Monday, January 25, 2016

5 States of Mind That Improve Your Luck

MindTrip Magazine
By Michael Shermer,
Author of 
Why People Believe Weird Things

Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is a neuromuscular disease that attacks motor neurons until muscle weakness, atrophy and paralysis lead inexorably to death. Victims of this monstrous malady could be forgiven for feeling unlucky.

How, then, can we explain the attitude of the disease's namesake, baseball great Lou Gehrig? He told a sellout crowd at Yankee Stadium: "For the past two weeks you have been reading about the bad break I got. Today I consider myself the luckiest man on the face of this earth." The Iron Horse then recounted his many blessings and fortunes, a list twice punctuated with "I'm lucky" and "That's something."

Clearly, luck is a state of mind. Is it more than that? To explore this question scientifically, experimental psychologist Richard Wiseman created a "luck lab" at the University of Hertfordshire in England.

The 3-Minute Secret to Success


Thought Elevators
By Eric Taller,
Creator of 
Thought Elevators

A new study reveals that… “Practice Makes Perfect” is this century’s biggest success myth.

The truth is…

Successful people’s brains are finely-tuned for creativity.

But don’t worry… it’s not something you’re born with. In fact, all it takes is a little 3-minute trick…

…used by CEOs like Oprah Winfrey, Arianna Huffington, and Steve Jobs…

…and proven by Stanford neuroscientists.

And here’s the best part: Anyone can use it to tune their mind to be creative and achieve success.

Whether you want to write a bestseller or start a business worth $100 million, all you need is this
3-minute trick.

>>>Find out the 3-minute trick to fine-tune your creativity, and achieve your goals and dreams

P.S. Are you programmed for wealth, happiness and success? Take this 60 second quiz to find out (and receive your personalised quiz assessment)… Once you fill in the quiz, you’ll discover exactly what is holding you back from living a life of wealth, joy and success (and what to do about it!)

Sunday, January 24, 2016

Sleep Can Bring Life Changing Ideas

MindTrip Magazine
History is peppered with tales of phenomenal ideas taking shape in sleeping minds; Paul McCartney said that he awoke with the tune of Yesterday in his head, and Robert Louis Stevenson said that the idea for The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hydecame to him in a dream.

But what exactly is going on in our minds while we sleep? Does slumber really prompt creative genius? And can the most uncreative of people receive flashes of inspiration once their head hits the pillow?

Scientists believe that the mind at night weaves together bits of information in innovative ways. Throughout the day your brain rarely gets a chance to stop and think. In a state of constant alertness, it responds to a stream of challenges, from writing a report for a work deadline to remembering where you left your car keys and figuring out what to buy for dinner.

Saturday, January 23, 2016

How to Have a Sleep Orgasm

MindTrip Magazine
It happens about three times a month. I'll be in that hazy middle ground between sleeping and waking, clinging onto some vaguely sexy dream I can't quite pin down, before I feel something slowly building. By the time I wake up, I'm having an orgasm.

Friday, January 22, 2016

Get Your FREE Astrology Reading for 2016!

Listen, ever notice how some people seem to have all the luck?

They have lives full of abundance in every area such as financial abundance, loving relationships, fulfilling careers and a great family life...

It's no accident. They have an edge that you might not be aware of. They pay attention to what the universe is telling them and use that information to guide them on their journey...

They know without any doubt which way to go in order to manifest the best of what life has to offer, instead of taking wrong turns that lead most people down a path they don't want to be on...

The Quest for a Lucid Dream Orgasm

MindTrip Magazine
Sara Bramlett achieved her first lucid dream-orgasm last year. She wrote about it on the subreddit devoted to lucid dreaming, where she described the experience as "earth-shattering."

She had been dreaming about Jon Snow from Game of Thrones, and then suddenly, they were fucking and she was coming—as real as in her waking life, but with all the fantasy of a dream.
This wasn't just a regular sleep-orgasm, though.

Bramlett had manufactured the scenario through a lucid dream: an awareness that you're dreaming while the dream is taking place, where you can exert some control over what happens in the dream. Although many focus on achieving the impossible during their lucid dreams—telekinesis, flying, shapeshifting—Bramlett is not the only woman interested in lucid dream orgasms.

Sunday, January 17, 2016

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!

Saturday, January 16, 2016

Never Wake Up Tired With This Simple Trick

If you pay close attention to what people are saying, you will notice that there are more and more of them who claim that they are tired almost all the time. People of all ages say that.

The daily recommended night sleep is eight hours, but the fact is that people usually sleep between 6 and 7 hours.

That’s only an hour or two less, but the fact is that these couple of hours can have big impact on our health.