Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Bill Clinton's Psychic Spies

The scientist who used to run a now-defunct government program that tried to leverage psychics to mine defense intelligence is still conducting extrasensory perception (ESP) experiments and defends his past experience with the program, according to a newly-published story in Newsweek.

Edwin May, the scientist who had been running the government’s ESP research program before it was ended in 1995, told the news magazine that ESP has “already been proved,” and former Sen. William Cohen of Maine, who was Defense Secretary under former President Clinton, also spoke positively of the idea, according to the story.

Happiness is the Secret to Success

A life filled with happiness and prosperity is a life well lived…

Scientists have found that when you are happy, you are 5 times more focused in your tasks, which in turn allows you to function more efficiently and eventually become more successful.

Studies also show that people who are happy are 81% less prone to illness and live significantly longer than those who are not.

Not to forget that when you are happy, you are more likely to rub off your optimism on others around you and in turn build strong relationships.

My good friend, Sandy, would like to share with you her secrets to 10X Your Happiness..

Tuesday, November 24, 2015

The 5-year-old Telepathic Genius

By almost any measure, 5-year-old Ramses Sanguino is a gifted child.

The Los Angeles-based lad is learning seven different languages, including Japanese and Russian, and can solve algebraic equations.

video posted on YouTube shows Ramses correctly spelling "pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanocon­iosis," the longest English word in the Oxford English Dictionary, forward and backward.

Extraordinary as that sounds, his proud mother, artist Nyx Sanguino, believes her brainy son may also possess the ability to read her mind.

Monday, November 23, 2015

How to Reduce Stress, Sleep Better and Improve Your Health

Today, my friend Paul Thomas has a FREE report that will help you let go of stress, develop greater self control and get a great night’s sleep! - The techniques covered are ridiculously simple, effective and easy to use.

One of my favourite parts of Paul’s report is on page 14 where he talks about the 4 Obstacles of Thinking.

You will be surprised at what he tells you!

The FREE report will teach you the simple practice of Mindfulness and how using it will do wonders for your health, happiness and state of mind. You can practice these techniques almost anywhere, so it's super easy to fit this into your everyday life.

By reading this guide, you’ll be learning:
• Why Mindfulness is so good for you
• 4 Obstacles to Thinking
• 9 Steps to Mindfulness
• 20 Ways to Practice Mindfulness
• Common mistakes and how to avoid them.

In the 9 steps to mindfulness, you’ll learn how to become more aware and focused in each moment.

I find that I really enjoy almost any activity when I’m totally engaged in it (rather than being distracted).

Saturday, November 21, 2015

The Pathway to Personal Freedom

By James F. Coyle, Author of The Freedom Book

When you were born you arrived without an instructional manual! You were expected to figure things out as you evolved. And everyone else was in the same boat.

We learnt initially by imitation. Repeating words that our parents taught us. By the time we were 4-5 years old we were starting to figure things out and our individual personality began to develop.

Then we went to school and were moulded into a functioning individual. Rather like a bakery. The dough is placed into hundreds of bread moulds and when cooked all the loaves look the same.

So it is with us by the end of our basic schooling. We have learnt to fit into society and have been taught the basic reading and writing skills that enable us to join the workforce. And here the pressure to conform really begins.  If we displease our boss our job is on the line.

Likewise in our social environment we don't really want to displease our church, family or members of our social groups.

Everything is a compromise because we have no real individual freedom.


Friday, November 20, 2015

Listen to the Enlightenment Fest for Free!

By Pete Bissonette / Enlightenment Fest

Discover how every alteration in your thoughts affects your energy. This is not about using your mind to change behaviors. It is much easier. It is about using your mind to influence your energy so the behavior automatically changes. The same holds true for all aspects of your life.

This is part of what you will experience during the upcoming Enlightenment Fest. You can listen to the program free of charge.

Get your Free Pass here...

You will learn how the Universe works, how your energy interacts with it, what your energy is doing or not doing right now, and how to change it for the better. You’ll be able to apply this understanding to everything:

Creativity ... finance ... visualization ... relationships ... productivity ... stress management ... parenting ... success … the possibilities are limitless.

During the six days of the Enlightenment Fest your eyes will open in a way you never thought possible, and things within and around you will begin to transform.

* Layer after layer of resistance, frustration, and confusion in your life dissipates.
* Your limitations fall to the wayside along with feelings of unhappiness.
* Whatever is holding you back vanishes.

The same holds true for restricting beliefs about your life. It is all automatic when you are in alignment.

You won't have to buy anything to listen, and there are no strings attached. You get to listen free during the Enlightenment Fest that begins on November 30. You can get your Free Pass here.

And, yes, feel free to pass this email on to anyone you know. It is open to the public, but it is only available for six days beginning November 30.

You have greatness and joy within. The Enlightenment Fest will help you release the chains that bind it.
Enlightenment Fest

Thursday, November 19, 2015

The Handbook for Happiness -- 52 Simple Steps to the Happiest Life Possible

By Leo Babauta, author of  Zen Habits: Handbook For Life

This is something I’ve been wanting to write for some time — a Handbook for Life.

Now, is there any handbook that can be a guide to every single person? Of course not. This is just a list of tips that I think will help many people in life — some of them common-sense tips that we often forget about. Consider this guide a reminder.

Wednesday, November 18, 2015

The Happy Drugs Inside Your Brain

We might not have a money tree, but we can have a happiness tree.

Dopamine, Serotonin, Oxytocin, and Endorphins are the quartet responsible for our happiness. Many events can trigger these neurotransmitters, but rather than being in the passenger seat, there are ways we can intentionally cause them to flow.

Being in a positive state has significant impact on our motivation, productivity, and wellbeing. No sane person would be opposed to having higher levels in those areas.

Here are some simple ways to hack into our positive neurochemicals:

Tuesday, November 17, 2015

People Who Live in the Future

You might call it a kind of social movement: They call themselves, futurists.

Futurists say they look at life with a perspective that they consider to be 5 to 10 years ahead of the rest of us. Obviously they're fascinated by the cutting edges of technology. But many of them are fascinated by the idea of bridging technology and the human body.

"I'm essentially living in the future," says Anders Sandberg -- a research fellow at the Future of Humanity Institute at Oxford University. "I'm trying to think ahead. But prediction is really hard. The interesting questions is: Can we learn what we are actually able to predict and which areas we should give up on?"

Saturday, November 14, 2015

Five Simple Memory Tips to Boost Brain Power

Have you ever imagined how life would be without long-term memory? Not remembering your phone number, your friend’s name, where you live, or what to say in speech class can be quite embarrassing, not to mention a little bit scary.

The truth, however, is that memory loss can happen to anyone and at any point in life. There was a time when memory loss was often linked to aging but things have changed. Nowadays, due to the combination of busy schedules, workplace stress, unhealthy diets, excessive smoking, and large consumption of alcohol, memory loss is now a common problem.

Could your mental capacity be improved? According to scientific studies, it is possible to increase your brain capacity. Several medical research studies have concluded that different types of techniques like exercise, hypnosis, cognitive therapy, special diet, stress management, memory improvement games, and certain natural medications can help increase mental capacity.

Free Report: The Skill of Money Magnetism

Do you want the mind skills of a millionaire?

Do you want the luxury of taking vacations every year, and travelling to the most beautiful places in the world?

Do you want to be able to quit your job, and spend your time doing things you are really passionate about?

Then you’re in luck, because this free report by my friend and personal success expert, Dr Steve G. Jones, is your first step towards financial freedom.

=> Free Report: Do you want the mind skills of a millionaire?

Friday, November 13, 2015

The Happiest Man in the World

As he grins serenely and his burgundy robes billow in the fresh Himalayan wind, it is not difficult to see why scientists declared Matthieu Ricard the happiest man they had ever tested.

The monk, molecular geneticist and confidant of the Dalai Lama, is passionately setting out why meditation can alter the brain and improve people's happiness in the same way that lifting weights puts on muscle.

"It's a wonderful area of research because it shows that meditation is not just blissing out under a mango tree but it completely changes your brain and therefore changes what you are," the Frenchman told AFP.

Ricard, a globe-trotting polymath who left everything behind to become a Tibetan Buddhist in a Himalayan hermitage, says anyone can be happy if they only train their brain.

The Weird Benefits of Negative Visualization


A few weeks ago, I got a really interesting email from a guy in Norway that said something like, “Hey Mr. MM.. What you are preaching is Pure Stoicism, with a great twist and perception on today’s world … I love it!!”

“Stoicism?” I asked, “You mean like the Stoics in Shakespearean plays that show no emotion of any sort? That doesn’t sound quite right to me.

But it turns out I had fallen into a common misconception. The Clever Norwegian pointed me to a book on the topic, which I immediately checked out of the library and read completely. It was called “A Guide to the Good Life, The Ancient Art of Stoic Joy”.

From reading the book, I learned that Stoicism was actually a shockingly advanced old philosophy that found many followers in ancient Rome. Although it has fallen widely out of favor in modern life, people in today’s society would probably identify the central ideas as “Hardcore Mustachianism”.

Stoicism, in short, is a series of mental techniques and ways of life that allow you to decrease and then virtually eliminate all negative emotions such as anger, fear, anxiety, and dissatisfaction, while simultaneously building up a tide of pure Joy inside you that eventually starts to make you jump around and boogie at unexpected moments, and occasionally shout out “AHH YEAH!!” as discreetly as possible to yourself when the Joy overflows.


Wednesday, November 11, 2015

How to Put Your Mind to Sleep Quickly

If you often lay awake, unable to put your mind to rest while you're tossing and turning, you're going to love what you're about to read, because I'm about to share with you one of the most powerful methods for quickly shutting off your mind, and drifting off to sleep.

As you may already know, your mind must be in the Alpha brain-wave stage to fall asleep. This is the stage your mind enters you're still conscious, but your body and begin to relax. It enables your more rampant and conscious mind to turn off as you enter the realm of sleep.

We all know how it feels... when you're lying awake in bed trying to fall asleep, it seems like your mind is running on hyper-speed. It's almost like you're thinking 10 times faster than when you're just normally awake and alert. In fact, if you experience this often, I can tell you for a fact that your mind IS working harder than it is when you're not trying to fall asleep, and there is a very good reason for it, here's why this happens...


What Happens When Napoleon Hill Meets a Brain Scientist?

Source: Mind Movies

There's no shortage of success literature in this world.

It can get us very excited to read these pieces of work.

But turning what we just read into habits is a hard, uphill climb.

Have you ever wondered if there is one single potent tool that will help you install all of these deep into your brain?

Fortunately, there is. And it's here >>

Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Survival of the Kindest

In recent history it has been commonly thought that human beings are hardwired to be instinctively selfish.

This perception of reality made for way for the Western “every man for himself” concept and idea that we are individualistic at the core of our nature.

However, many studies conducted over the past several years are demonstrating that this idea is not accurately portraying the underlying nature of human beings.

There is mounting evidence that the human race is evolving towards becoming more compassionate and collaborative since our survival counts on these things.

The Secret of Perfect Living

By Chris Cains, Creator of the Miracle Mind Method

When I was in my early 20's I decided I wanted to become a Monk. I must have gone to a dozen or more Monasteries looking for the perfect place to be a monk. I met some really interesting characters while at these places which I won't bore you with now, but they were something else (not what I expected)! 

While I was traveling from Monastery to Monastery I also did a lot of reading.
One book, more than any other I read, impressed me as being not only a great book on spirituality, but also on successful living. The title of the book was The Way of the Pilgrim, translation from Russian by Helen Bacovcin.

It's the story of a young homeless man living in Russia in the 1860's who desires nothing more than to be close to God. One day while in church he hears the reading from the Bible that says in part to "Pray constantly".

This made a deep impression on him. He wonders what could be the meaning of this passage and how does one go about "praying constantly"?

He meet an old priest who tells him the answer. The answer was simple, easy and seemed to work quickly. He was to repeat a phrase, which was in the form of a prayer, constantly to himself and out loud at every opportunity. He recorded the entire events that transpired while he was learning to pray this way and the events after he mastered the method in the book. What he recorded was, if nothing else, interesting and amazing.

Miracle Mind Method

Monday, November 09, 2015

Magic Words to Change Your Life

Imagine if finding your car keys, becoming rich or making your children behave themselves was as easy as saying a word in your head.

Author Liz Dean claims that by using a specific set of vocabulary in your head it is possible to do just that.

It sounds something from the magical world of Harry Potter but she suggests all this is possible in new book‘Switch Words’.

Read the full story here...

Sunday, November 08, 2015

60 Second Quiz - Do You Have the Brain of a Millionaire?

Total Money Magnetism
Source: Total Money Magnetism

Dr Steve G Jones, a millionaire and world-renowned hypnotherapist for celebrities has recently developed a cutting-edge 60 second quiz which reveals how closely your brain matches that of a millionaire.

Do YOU have the brain of a millionaire?

Take Dr Steve’s quiz below and find out (plus get your own personalised free report):

The great thing about this quiz is it uses your answers to generate a personalized free report revealing what blockages you may or may not have, and what you need to do next in order to get yourself on the millionaire fast track to wealth.

==> 60 second quiz: Do you have the brain of a millionaire?

F*** Feelings -- Life is Kind of Terrible But That's OK

By Thorin Klosowski/ LifeHacker
Review of F*ck Feelings

Self-help books (and blogs) are big business because we all want to believe we can fix our own problems. In F*ck Feelings, Dr. Michael Bennett and comedy writer Sarah Bennett argue that instead of solving life’s impossible problems, we should learn to accept where we’re at and go from there.