Saturday, December 30, 2006

The Weirdest and Wildest News of 2006 - Part 2

I've just posted the newest issue of Mind Power News at

As promised, here is the rest of the most mind bending news of 2006. This issue we have more very cool articles, including news about spiritual drugs, brilliant dreams, subliminal advertising, reincarnation, immortality and strange animals with strange powers. Links to all of these and more follow below.


Thursday, December 28, 2006

The Weirdest, Wildest News of 2006 - Part 1

I've just posted the newest issue of Mind Power News at

This week we begin a two-part special review of the most mind bending news of 2006. If you haven't read every single issue of Mind Power News you've probably missed at least one of these amazing articles. From psychic dreams to subliminal ads to baby telepathy and everything in between, including weather manipulation, time control, out-of-body experiences and pet ghosts. Links to all of these are at

Andreas Ohrt,
Editor, Mind Power News

Thursday, December 14, 2006

Free Gift: 20-minute Manifesting Meditation MP3

My friend Matt Clarkson, founder of Spiritual Growth Monthly and Secrets Of Meditation has created an absolutely free "Manifesting Meditation MP3" for all of the members of the Mind Power News community.


Wednesday, December 13, 2006

New Ad-Free Product Review Site Launched

We Need Your Reviews

I've become involved in a massive project to create the Internet's first advertising-free, unbiased review site for Internet Marketing Products. If this project succeeds it will evolve into other areas of interest, and my personal hope is to eventually have an objective review site for all of the products in the "Mind Power" and "Self Improvement" arenas.

When that happens, I would urge everyone who has ever bought a product in this niche to write an honest review so that future seekers will be protected with honest information.

But that's still in the future... for now, the site is focussed on Internet Marketing Products.

Here is how you can help.

If you have ever purchased a product in an attempt to do business online, please join here (registration is free, of course!) and write an honest review of the product. Or, if you are thinking of purchasing a product, go and read the reviews that people have already written.

The goal is to have as many active members and reviewers as possible so that nobody is ever ripped off by shoddy products online again. And, as I said, if you can help this site succeed then in the future we will be able to create a "Mind Power" version of this site and we will all be able to get honest and unbiased reviews of the many products available today.

By the way, you will NOT find links to any of the products mentioned on the site for a good reason... the site is absolutely "Ad-Free" and is committed to honesty and integrity.

Please let your voice be heard at:

Many thanks!

Monday, December 11, 2006

The Biological Function of the Third Eye

By Richard Alan Miller

From the time of Dionysius to the time of Plato, the cultures of the Mediterranean consented to the doctrine that claimed the existence of an order of ultimate reality which lies beyond apparent reality.

This "paranormal" reality was accessible to the consciousness only when the "normal" routines of mental data processing were dislocated. It was Plato's pupil Aristotle who changed his teacher's game, separating physics from metaphysics. The philosophical temper of our present civilization, being scientifically and technically oriented, is basically Aristotelian.

No such rational figure as Aristotle arose in the Orient to a position of equal eminence. Because of this and other reasons, Indian anatomists and zoologists, who where no doubt just as curious as the Greeks about the origins of life, and as skilled in dissection, did not feel compelled to set their disciplines up in opposition to metaphysics. Physical and metaphysical philosophy remained joined like Siamese twins. As a result, the discipline which became medicine in the West evolved into a system known as Kundalini Yoga in the Hindu culture.

In Western terms, Kundalini Yoga can be best understood as a biological statement contained within the language of the poetic metaphor. The system makes the attempt of joining the seeming disparate entities of body and mind. It is a very complicated doctrine; in oversimplified terms, the system encourages the practitioner to progress through the control of a number of stages, called Chakras or mind-body coordination. A sixth, associated with clairvoyance and telepathy, is called the Ajna.

The physiological site of this sixth Chakra, the Ajna, is located in the center of the forehead. It is symbolized by an eye - the so-called third eye, the inner eye, or the eye of the mind. When this eye is opened, a new and completely different dimension of reality is revealed to the practitioner of yoga. Western scholars when they first encountered this literature, took the third eye to be an appropriately poetic metaphor and nothing else.


Saturday, December 09, 2006

Skeptics vs. the Supernatural

The new issue of Mind Power News is now available to be read

This Week:

--> Do Supernatural Beliefs Originate in Childhood?
--> Hypnotized By Skepticism
--> Up to 96% Claim Paranormal Experiences
--> The High Price of Freedom
--> Improve Your Self Confidence in 15 Minutes


Thursday, December 07, 2006

Are You in Control of Your Life?

By Tony Mase
The Personal Power Course

With the beginning of a new year just a few weeks away, I have a question for you to ponder...

Are you in control of your life or is your life in control of you?

Here's a simple test to help you find out...


1. Read each of the ten questions below *very* carefully and answer each one truthfully with a simple yes or no answer.

2. Add up the number of your "yes" answers and calculate the percentage of "yes's" you received out of 100%. To do so, simply multiply your number of "yes" answers times ten. For example, if you answer five of the ten questions with a "yes", your score is 50%.

3. Check your score with the legend below.


1. Are you *always* on time for meetings?

2. Are you *always* on time for business appointments?

3. Are you *always* on time for personal appointments?

4. Are you within five pounds (plus or minus) of your ideal body weight?

5. Do you have one, single, overriding, clear and definite "vision" of what you want *next* in your life?

6. Do you have money set aside *specifically* to take advantage of financial opportunities when they arise?

7. Could you *easily* go an entire day without answering a telephone (and without looking to see who called - be honest here)?

8. Do you *always* do *exactly* what you say you're going to do (in other words, do you *always* keep your commitments to yourself and others)?

9. Do you schedule your personal time, including time with your family, and treat it as an *unbreakable* appointment?

10. Do you *always* know *exactly* where your car and house keys are (in other words, can you *always* find your car and house keys when you need them without having to "look" for them)?


0-20% - Poor

Quite frankly, I'm surprised you made it this far in this article! Odds are your life is totally out of control and you've got some serious work to do if you want to get it under control. The good news is, regardless of how out of control your life is right now, you can get it under control.

30-40% - Fair

You've still got a long way to go! You must learn to follow through on your commitments and establish disciplined boundaries and rules for your life.

50-60% - Average

I'm sure average isn't where you want to be! By changing a few attitudes and actions you could move up to excellent.

70-80% - Good

Almost there! You just need to make a few subtle changes that'll bring you closer to being in 100% total control of your life.

90-100% - Excellent

You're in 100% total control of your life or darn close to it! :-)

In his book The Personal Power Course, Wallace D. Wattles, best known for his classic masterpiece The Science of Getting Rich, talked about the importance of controlling yourself in simple matters if you wish to control your environment.

If you can't control yourself in the little things, what makes you think you can control the big things in your life?

If you can't control yourself in something as simple as showing up to a meeting or appointment on time, what makes you think you can control your own business capable of generating you a $1,000,000.00 a year in income?

Think about it. :-)

Tony Mase is a serious student of the works of Wallace D. Wattles and the publisher of the The Personal Power Course: Ten Lessons in Constructive Science, Teaching You How to Use Your Own Subconscious Energies for Health, Prosperity and Personal Achievement ebook by Wallace D. Wattles...

Wednesday, December 06, 2006

Induced After-Death Communication

By Michael E. Tymn
Source: Nexus Magazine

Basically, there are two explanations for a revolutionary new form of grief therapy discovered by Dr Allan Botkin, a clinical psychologist practising in Libertyville, Illinois. Either the grieving patients are hallucinating or they are in touch with "the dead".

The therapy, called Induced After-Death Communication (IADC), results in patients seeing and communicating with deceased loved ones and occasionally with deceased enemies. IADC is an offshoot of EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) therapy, which was discovered in 1987 by Dr Francine Shapiro of California. As explained on her website, Shapiro was walking in the park one day when she realised that eye movements seemed to decrease the negative emotions associated with her own distressing memories. Some experimentation resulted in the development of the procedure she initially called Eye Movement Desensitization (EMD).

After the patient's emotional issues are fully analysed and a treatment plan developed, the patient and therapist focus on distressing events that apparently have led to the emotional disturbance. The patient is instructed to focus on a particular image or negative thought while simultaneously moving his or her eyes back and forth following the therapist's fingers, which are moved about in the client's field of vision for 20 to 30 seconds or longer. The patient is told to let the mind go blank and take note of whatever thought, image or memory develops. The patient is then asked to focus on a positive belief identified at the beginning of the session and to focus further on the emotionally disturbing event. After several sets of eye movements, patients generally report increased confidence in the positive belief and elimination of the emotional disturbance.

In IADC therapy, the person who is grieving the death of someone is asked to focus directly on the sadness during the eye movements. The typical IADC involves the patient seeing a deceased person, and that deceased person telling him or her that everything is okay and not to grieve. In a number of cases, the deceased has related information previously unknown to the patient. The therapy works with people of all beliefs, including atheists and sceptics. The end result is that the majority of patients overcome their grief.

Botkin is reasonably certain that the many patients who have benefited from the therapy are not dreaming, imagining, fantasising or otherwise hallucinating, but he prefers not to speculate as to whether patients are actually in touch with the spirit world. Whatever the explanation, according to Botkin it works at least 70 per cent of the time.

"As a psychologist who is primarily interested in healing people who suffer so profoundly, I have taken the strategy not to engage in arguments about beliefs," he says in explaining his position. "Believers and sceptics have been waging this battle for some time. I believe that if I take a side, and get placed in one camp, it will be more difficult for me to get help to those who need it."
Moreover, Botkin points out that his neutral position allows the patient to interpret the experience without being influenced by the therapist's beliefs.


Friday, December 01, 2006

The Time Machine Inside Your Brain

The new issue of Mind Power News is now available to be read

This Week:


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