Thursday, November 27, 2008

Brain Science Explains the Thin Line Between Love and Hate

By Michael Kahn / Source: Reuters

It often seems a thin line between love and hate, and now scientists think they know why.

Brain scans of people shown images of individuals they hated revealed a pattern of brain activity that partly occurs in areas also activated by romantic love, Semir Zeki and John Paul Romaya of University College London reported on Wednesday.

"This linkage may account for why love and hate are so closely linked to each other in life," the researchers wrote in the Public Library of Science journal PLoS One.

"Our results show that there is a unique pattern of activity in the brain in the context of hate."


Saturday, November 22, 2008

The Two-Minute Self-Hypnosis Technique

By Colin G Smith
Creator of The NLP Toolbox

Psychologists and Doctors used to send their 'impossible' clients to him and in many instances he helped them to turn their lives around. Milton H. Erickson was one of the most successful hypnotherapists in the world and is often referred to as 'the father of modern hypnosis.'

One of the factors that set him apart from other change workers was his strong faith in the vast potential of human beings. He knew that when a person stopped stumbling around with their conscious mind and tapped into the limitless ocean of unconscious resources, people could make wonderful changes.

He used to look at a client and say something like, 'You've tried to solve this problem with your conscious mind and failed utterly. Now is the time to access your unconscious resources in a way that resolves this problem effectively.'

Now you may be wondering just how can you really induce self hypnosis in two minutes!?

Well, one of the common misconceptions about hypnosis is that you have to be able to concentrate and go into a profoundly altered state. This could be done, however what we are really interested in is accessing other areas of our mind (i.e. unconscious resources) so that we can make certain changes giving rise to our chosen outcome.


Thursday, November 20, 2008

The 9 Intense Experiences That Will Change Your Life

By Brian Vaszily / Creator of The 9 Intense Experiences

Slow down for a moment… don’t just skim read this… it won’t take long but I CAN assure you it will be so worthwhile. You were referred here for a good reason after all…

This single page, these words and my brief video, have already launched thousands of other people to finally achieving major success in whatever they most desire… and greater happiness and inner-peace as a result.

So please give it – give yourself – a chance here.

In the next five or so minutes you will have more than a few “A HA!” moments that absolutely can change your life starting now.

You see, this “GO GO FASTER FASTER!” mentality virtually everyone is trapped in these days, especially with the economy pressing down on us, is a huge part of the problem.

I call it living “The Hamster Wheel Life” … going faster and faster but feeling like you are getting nowhere.

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Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Mind Control Lawsuit vs. Microsoft and Walmart

By Paul Walton, Canwest News Service

A judge has refused to dismiss a "bizarre" civil suit brought by a Nanaimo man who is seeking $2 billion in damages from Microsoft, Telus, Wal-Mart, the RCMP and other defendants over alleged brain-wave control, satanic rituals and witchcraft.

Justice Fraser Wilson heard from five lawyers on Monday, arguing that the case brought forward by Jerry Rose is so outrageous it should have been dismissed immediately.

Rose's claim states "that he has been subject to invasive brain computer interface technology, research, experiments, field studies and surgery" and also named the University of B.C. and the B.C. College of Physicians and Surgeons as defendants.

Jennifer Millbank, a Nanaimo lawyer hired to represent Microsoft in the case, said that Rose's two-page statement of claim is "nothing short of bizarre" and that it would be "impossible this would ever be a case for trial on the merits."


Saturday, November 15, 2008

How to Manifest for Free

By Nelson Berry
Creator of Subliminal Video Messages

I am constantly receiving e-mails that say something like this: "Please send me something that is free that will cause me to attract money so that I can have money to pay for other things needed. Thank you."

This is a typical example of e-mails that are arriving from around the world from people who just don't get it.

So what I wanted to do was give anybody the opportunity to manifest anything that they wanted to for basically free.

The only thing that you need is a couple of good pencils or pens, and a notebook, just a standard, regular notebook.

So how do we do this?

Firstly this is a daily exercise. You don't miss a day. Second thing to remember is what we're doing is creating the future. It's a four step sequence. And so, without further ado, let's go ahead and get started.

This is going to absolutely blow your mind.


Thursday, November 13, 2008

4 Simple Steps Add 14 Years to Your Life

By Rebecca Sato / Source: The Daily Galaxy

The proverbial “fountain of youth”, may not exist, but lifestyle changes can do the same thing a new study by Cambridge University shows.

Some would give millions, or whatever they had, to buy and extra 14 years of life, but according to the latest research, it’s just four relatively simple behaviors that combine to add well over a decade to your life expectancy.

The research, headed by Dr. Kay-Tee Khaw at Cambridge's Institute of Public Health, found that those who 1) exercised regularly, 2) ate five portions of fruit and vegetables a day, 3) didn't smoke, and 4) did not drink excessively, will on average live 14 years longer than those who do not follow these behaviors.


Wednesday, November 12, 2008

The Secret of Success Is Not What You'd Expect

By Sabitri Ghosh / Source: The Globe and Mail

Malcolm Gladwell knows a thing or two about success.

His previous books, The Tipping Point and Blink, have sold more than three million copies combined in North America alone. He reportedly commands fees of $40,000 (U.S.) per speaking engagement and, in 2005, Time named him one of the 100 most influential people in the world.

Not bad for a kid from Elmira, Ontario.

Now, Mr. Gladwell - whose trademark blend of social science and storytelling appears regularly in The New Yorker - is out to reveal the secret of success. Outliers, due out next week, looks at everyone from hockey players to lawyers and software billionaires to make the case that success has less to do with merit or psychological makeup than with arbitrary factors such as when and where you were born and what your parents did for a living.


Monday, November 10, 2008

Free Alpha Mind Control MP3

By Iain Legg
Creator of The Super Mind Evolution System

"Be the change you wish to see in the world" - Mahatma Gandhi

This infamous quote has never taken on such a deep and profoud meaning. The world around us in a state of confusion and fear. Doomsayers are predicting the end of the world, but the truth is - the future is not yet written. We each have the power to create a magical life for ourselves...

...and as co creators of our world, we have the chance to create a better future for mankind.

We'd like to invite you to our 3 part video series called 'The Power'. Each part comes with a free comprehensive pdf that explains what you can do individually to create the reality you desire. You'll also learn how you can make a massive positive impact in the world, and how this could hold the key to the evolution of mankind.

And you'll also get a free Alpha Mind Control mp3, originally created to help soldiers with post traumatic stress disorder. This powerful audio will help you reach deep levels of alpha brainwaves, helping you to become more creative and aware. It's good for your health too. It can help you sleep better, boost your immune system and make you feel good.


A Bad Economy is Good for Psychics

By Ryan Singel / Source: Wired Blog

Katrina Spears, a self-described internet medium, was running errands Sept. 30, the day the Dow plummeted 770 points.

"When I got home that day, I had messages from 30 clients," Spears says.

While it doesn't take a psychic to see that tough times lay ahead for the economy, online practitioners of the divination arts say they're seeing a marked sift in the questions posed by their clientele, with anxious consumers increasingly asking what's in store for them financially in the months ahead.

Believers who normally seek psychics for advice on a cheating spouse are now asking whether a pink slip is in their future, and internet psychics across the board saw a spike in traffic in the days following the initial market crash.

The boom in superstition is a predicable response to troubling times, says Columbia Business School professor Gita Johar, who's studied the phenomenon. "If the future is uncertain, people turn to psychics," Johar says. Consumers tend to embrace the supernatural when confronted by stress, combined with uncertainty. "You have an illusion then that you can then control the outcome. People want the illusion of control."


Saturday, November 08, 2008

The Universal Law of Bollocks

By Nicholas P. Kidd and Henk J.M. Schram
Creators of The Great Revolution

These days you can hardly go through any articles, books, DVDs, movies, films, documentaries with regard to self-improvement or self-help without coming across at least one mentioning of some ‘Universal Law’. Suddenly, there appears to be a Universal Law for anything. Like we haven’t got enough Laws to deal with already!

There is truth to these ‘Universal Laws’, but in most cases, a little nuance is in place. Please read along, as the remainder of this article will clear it all up.

There are Universal Laws that guide your life behind the scenes of ‘physical reality’. These are actually rather ‘universal principles of life’. That would be a more appropriate qualification.

However, the qualification of ‘Universal Law’ has taken on a life of its own. The word ‘Law’ appears to be a magic word… Almost a magic wand that casts a spell on anyone who reads it that puts them in a hypnotized state thinking that what it says must be true. After all, it’s a ‘Law’ isn’t it? A ‘Law’ is always right. No more thinking required.


Wednesday, November 05, 2008

The 'Fight Club' Rules of Persuasion Mastery


Mastering Persuasion does take a certain attitude, a willingness to practice, and a desire to evolve your personality.

After watching the film Fight Club the other day I saw a little bit of this attitude reflecting in Brad Pitt’s character Tyler Durden.

Some of Tyler’s blunt philosophies about living your life to the fullest I can also see as good philosophies about mastering persuasion.

If Tyler was a persuasion artist, here are some of the things I can imagine him saying about mastering persuasion and covert hypnosis.

I call it Tyler Durden’s 5 Rules of Persuasion Mastery.


Tuesday, November 04, 2008

The Secret of Brain Evolution

Source: The Brain Evolution System

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Monday, November 03, 2008

Drug Tricks Body into 'Thinking' You Exercised

While steroids can give the boost in muscle pow­er that so of­ten tempts ath­letes to abuse these drugs, re­search­ers say there has­n’t been a tar­geted drug ca­pa­ble of build­ing the en­dur­ance needed to run a mar­a­thon or ride a bike through the Alps.

Now there might be, sug­gests a new study with mice. And that’s cre­at­ing both hope and worry.

A study with mice suggests the exis­tence of drugs that trick the body into "be­liev­ing" it has exer­cised.

The study found that a drug de­vel­oped for the treat­ment of met­a­bol­ic dis­ease, when tak­en in com­bina­t­ion with ex­er­cise, gives mice the abil­ity to run far­ther than ex­er­cise alone can. And an­oth­er chem­i­cal en­dowed mice with great­er en­dur­ance, even with­out the work­out.