Wednesday, September 28, 2016

How to Plant False Memories in People’s Minds

MindTrip Magazine
We tend to think of memories as perfect little time capsules—important records of past events that matter to us and made us who we are, as unchangeable as a dragonfly stuck in amber.

Well, they’re anything but. I recently met with Julia Shaw, a criminal psychologist who specializes in the science of memory. “I am a memory hacker,” Shaw told me. “I use the science of memory to make you think you did things that never happened.”

Implanting a false memory, it turns out, is alarmingly easy to do.



Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Is Your Life Trapped In An Endless Groundhog Day?

What if I told you that YOU are reliving the same day over and over again and you are not even aware of it?

A couple of days ago I watched the classicGroundhog Day with Bill Murray. I have watched this movie before, maybe 10 years ago, but now I understood it a little better.

Despite the great old school comedy, the entertaining story and the amazing presence of Bill, I saw something else. I realized something and I was astonished.

Did you know that we are ALL reliving the same day over and over and over again and we are not even aware of it?!

I realized that the movie is not a fantasy at all. It is a great, powerful analogy of life, time and growth. It precisely explains how time works and how we work through time. It precisely explains how we grow and how energy flows.

But I'll take it easy, dear readers, and explain everything. Let’s dive in!

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Monday, September 26, 2016

The Scientific Basis Behind Hypnosis

MindTrip Magazine
For all you skeptics.

When most of us think about hypnotism, we picture some magician-like guy waving a pocket-watch back and forth, slowly cooing “You are getting sleepy.”

Perhaps some of you have even been to hypnotism shows where audience members become compelled to hop around like rabbits or scratch themselves while making monkey noises. But those audience members are all faking it, right? AsapSCIENCE made a new video that might surprise you, however, because there’s actually a scientific basis behind hypnosis.

Sunday, September 25, 2016

7 Simple Tips To Instantly Boost Your Confidence

365 Daily Enlightenment
Have you ever heard the sentence “That person has MOJO!” What does MOJO really mean? To me, it is about confidence. Confidence generates a non-physical aura that instantly draws attention from others and gains trust from others about your talent, abilities, and personal strength.

Have you ever thought that one of the root causes of an unfulfilled life is a lack of confidence? Confidence is absolutely essential to fulfilling your heart and soul desire and living a happier and more satisfied life.

So what is confidence? Confidence is a feeling of self-assurance about one's own abilities or qualities. In short, confidence is to be at home with yourself in any given situation. A confident person loves themselves and their confidence radiates self-assurance, passion, purpose, enthusiasm and increased self-esteem.

Saturday, September 24, 2016

How to Solve Problems With Your Subconscious Mind

By Michael Michalko / Source: Psychology Today

Sometimes ideas do not appear when you are concentrating your attention and mysteriously appear when you are not. Modern science recognizes this as a result of incubating the problem in your subconscious yet can't account for why it occurs.

A majority of scientists, artists,  and writers report that they get their best ideas and insights when not thinking about the problem. Ideas come while walking, recreating, or working on some other unrelated problem. This suggests how the creative act came to be associated with Adivine inspiration@ for the illumination appears to be involuntary.

The more problems, ideas and thoughts that you think about from time to time, the more complex becomes the network of information in your mind. The more work you put into thinking about a problem, the more thoughts and bits of information you put into random motion.

When you quit thinking about the subject and decide to forget it, your subconscious mind doesn't quit working. Your thoughts keep colliding, combining and making associations. This is why you've experienced suddenly remembering names, getting solutions to problems you've forgotten about, and ideas out of the blue when you are relaxing and not thinking about any particular thing.

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Thursday, September 22, 2016

The Tyranny of Positive Thinking

Everyone has heard “Just look on the bright side!” or “Happiness is a choice—so choose to be happy!”

Countless self-help books on choosing happiness line the shelves of bookstores; You Are a Badass by Jen Sincero has been on the New York Times best-seller list for 32 weeks; and The Power of Positive Thinking by the Reverend Norman Vincent Peale, published in 1952 and translated into 15 languages, is still popular today.

The idea that you can be happy if you simply choose to be has been integrated into America’s military, classrooms and workplaces to improve coping skills, performance and mental health. But as the movement’s popularity grew, it started being used to shame people with depression, anxiety or even occasional negative feelings. The August and October issues of Motivation and Emotion, the official journal of the Society for the Study of Motivation, have studies that prove the shaming is real. 

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

People Who Wake Up In A Parallel Universe

We’ve all heard of alternate dimensions and universes. Many believe we are just a frequency away from an alternate existence. Still others claim that beings from other dimensions pop in and out of our world at will, somewhat like The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy.

Now a story comes to us out of Spain about a woman who claims to have woken up one day to find her life and past had changed.  Unfortunately, she remembers a different reality than those who know her best.

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Monday, September 19, 2016

"The Universe Doesn't Give A F---" -- Derren Brown

Happy
Nothing up his sleeve: Master illusionist Derren Brown, 45, wants to show you how to be happy.
Derren Brown rubs his eyes. It’s no illusion. He’s just tired. The 45-year-old has a new puppy and didn’t sleep much the night before we meet at a club in Soho to speak about his new book, Happy: Why More Or Less Everything Is Absolutely Fine.

Brown, the mentalist and star of TV shows like Trick or Treat, Messiah and Pushed To The Edge, is deeply relieved that my first question isn’t ‘What is the secret of happiness?’.



Saturday, September 17, 2016

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The Secret Life of Plants

SEcret Life of Plants

Cleve Backster was an American expert on lie detectors. In 1966, using a lie detector, he accidentally discovered that plants have high-level emotional activities that were similar to those of human beings. He then conducted a series of studies that amazed the world.


Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Ex-attorney pleads guilty to hypnotizing women for sexual purposes

Hypnotize Women for sex
Former attorney Michael W. Fine pleaded guilty to charges he used his hypnotic skills to control six women for his own sexual gratification as part of a deal with prosecutors that will send him to prison for 12 years.

Fine, 59, entered pleas to five counts of kidnapping and one count of attempted kidnapping during a hearing Monday, a week before his trial was set to begin. Each of those charges carries a sexual motivation specification. Prosecutors dropped numerous other charges as part of the agreement reached during private pretrial negotiations.

How To Use Lucid Dreaming To Tap Into The Deepest Depths Of Your Consciousness & Upgrade Any Dimension Of Your Life

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Monday, September 12, 2016

16 People With Real Super Powers

Have you ever dreamed about having super powers? Most likely if you are anything like me you have fantasized about having extraordinary abilities such as super strength or moving objects with your mind.

We have found 16 examples of people who claim to have developed some extraordinary abilities. Perhaps we are evolving into a world of zero limits.

Mind Control with New Light Technology

New research on mice has shown that blue light stimulation of brain cells can recover memories in mice with Alzheimer's disease. Furthermore, they found that artificial reactivation of positive memories through light could suppress the effects of stress-induced depression.

A team led by RIKEN Brain Science Institute center director, Susumu Tonegawa, identified a population of brain cells that can be altered with light so that memories, emotions and even thoughts can be manipulated through a unique technique called optogenetics.


Sunday, September 11, 2016

Mind-controlled nanobots could release drugs inside your brain

MindTrip Magazine
A man has used thought alone to control nanorobots inside a living creature for the first time. The technology released a drug inside cockroaches in response to the man’s brain activity – a technique that may be useful for treating brain disorders such as schizophrenia and ADHD.

Getting drugs to where they need to be exactly when you want them is a challenge. Most drugs diffuse through the blood stream over time – and you’re stuck with the side effects until the drug wears off.

Now, a team at the Interdisciplinary Center, in Herzliya, and Bar Ilan University, in Ramat Gan, both in Israel, have developed a system that allows precise control over when a drug is active in the body.

Saturday, September 10, 2016

The God Drug: When Religion Becomes an Addiction

MindTrip Magazine
Although he quit believing in God as a teenager, 50-year-old Brandon Osborn feared hell and damnation until he was 35. Raised in the “holiness movement” branch of the Church of LDS after escaping his mother’s abusive home, Osborn finds addiction and recovery fitting symbols for his experience.

“I consider religion to be an imposed addiction—no different than holding a baby and shooting it up with small doses of heroin, increasing the doses as the baby grows,” he says. “Religion is as poisonous and as attractive, to many, as heroin—Karl Marx said it right, ‘Religion is the opiate of the masses.’ I’m still recovering from it. Part of my recovery is helping others get free.”

Camp, Travel and Live Forever Anywhere on $20 a Day

Vanabode details new ways to camp forever in any exotic destination and live anywhere at the least possible cost. 

Vanabode dispels the myth that the American dream is home ownership, instead proving that what people really crave is time and freedom. 

Las Vegas resident author Jason Odom offers a complete plan for safe, adventurous travel throughout the United States that addresses everything from where to go and where to stay to how to cook without fire, fuel or electricity.

Those that dream of getting way from it all and taking a year long road trip may find this book the final answer on how to do it. Vanabode offers detailed instructions on how to have all of your life's needs met comfortably and safely on a micro budget. For those without savings the book also provides extensive information on how to pay for it all. 

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Friday, September 09, 2016

How to Harness the Unknown Power of Dowsing



Dowsing is not just for finding water.

You can use dowsing to find little-known sources of problems in your life: "geopathic stress," "interference lines," or "negative energy vortexes."

Those are naturally occurring phenomena of energy that can have a dramatic effect on you.

Wednesday, September 07, 2016

95-year-old Yogi Shares One Secret to Live to 130

Here’s how to live ’til age 130, if you were wondering.

Kazim Gürbüz is a 95-year-old yogi from Turkey, who says everyone can live to 130. You’ve just got to apply your mind.

Kazim credits his long term health and youthful appearance to keeping nice and bendy through daily yoga, sun salutations, and a special superfood-rich diet.

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Tuesday, September 06, 2016

It's the Best Time in All of History to Be Alive

MindTrip Magazine
Fuck 2016. Worst year ever, right? From Trump to Syria, Bowie to Brexit—all you have to do is flip on your Twitter feed to see we live in a time of unprecedented war, insecurity, fear, and misery.
Or not.

Maybe that's totally wrong? Maybe, as Swedish writer Johan Norberg argues in his new bookProgress: Ten Reasons to Look Forward to the Future, this doom and gloom is not just incorrect, but the diametric opposite of what is actually happening in the world?
Norberg's premise is that by any measure of human development—life expectancy, infant mortality, poverty, literacy, freedom, exposure to violence and disease, etc.—we are living in a golden age that is completely unprecedented in the history of humanity.