Monday, September 28, 2015

MindTrip Magazine Issue 39 Now Available on Apple and Android Devices!

MindTrip Magazine No. 39
Freedom. Happiness. Weirdness. The lastest issue of our new digital magazine is now available for Apple
 and Android devices.
  • How to Seduce Anyone with Mind Power
  • The 48 Laws of Power
  • How to Influence Slot Machines with Your Mind
  • 8 Ways to Buy Happiness
  • How to Travel Forever on 20 a day
  • Top 20 Motivational Quotes from Self-Made Billionaires…
  • 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!

Download MindTrip Magazine for your iPad or iPhone here...

Friday, September 25, 2015

How To Do Everything Wrong

While I normally write for people who are interested in improving their lives, I'm aware that many are committed to the opposite path. These people deliberately decline steps that would lead to measurable improvements. They prefer that everything goes wrong — for as long as possible.

Sometimes they screw up and accidentally do something right. They're usually able to sabotage these unwanted successes in short order, but they like it best when they can prevent these positive experiences from ever happening in the first place.

If you count yourself among this under-acknowledged and under-appreciated group, here are some suggestions for how you can do a better job of staving off success and ensuring absolute failure till you die.

Improve Your Self Confidence in 15 Minutes

By Mark Tyrrell, Creative Director of 

I used to be frighteningly lacking in confidence in social situations. And although people who know me now would never believe it, I used to doubt myself so much that I literally had to learn confidence until it became a natural part of me. I can tell you: relaxed optimistic confidence is just, well, so much more fun! Here I'll tell you about the things that made the most difference to my confidence levels...

Some people have naturally high levels of confidence but everybody can learn to be more confident. Firstly, it's important to get a clear idea of what self confidence really means, otherwise you won't know when you've got it!

Sunday, September 20, 2015

A 'Brain Power Pill' May Be Close to Reality

Limitless, a TV show airing on CBS this fall, features a pill that dramatically boosts the lead character’s brain power.

On the medication, Brian Finch, played by Jake McDorman, can remember everything he reads, sort through reams of data as fast as a computer and estimate the speed of a slowing train so precisely that he plants himself inches beyond where it stops.

Although no one is close to making such genius pills, there is growing scientific interest in figuring out how far the limits of human intelligence can be pushed.

Read the full story here...

Freeze My Dying Brain -- Cure Me in the Future

In the moments just before Kim Suozzi died of cancer at age 23, it fell to her boyfriend, Josh Schisler, to follow through with the plan to freeze her brain.

As her pulse monitor sounded its alarm and her breath grew ragged, he fumbled for his phone. Fighting the emotion that threatened to paralyze him, he alerted the cryonics team waiting nearby and called the hospice nurses to come pronounce her dead. Any delay would jeopardize the chance to maybe, someday, resurrect her mind.

Read the full story here...

Saturday, September 19, 2015

The Man With No Memory

By the time John Mills finishes reading this article he will not remember how it began. Ten years ago, the former metallurgist, 58, was in hospital having tests for heart problems when he developed a blood clot, prompting a stroke and cardiac arrest. It took doctors half an hour to get him breathing again; the lack of oxygen caused brain damage which has left him with a short-term memory of no more than five minutes.

His plight and that of other victims and their families is in the spotlight with the release of the film Before I Go to Sleep. Based on the 2011 best-selling novel of the same name by SJ Watson, it stars Nicole Kidman as a woman who wakes up each day with no memory. Her husband (Colin Firth) reminds her each morning of the car accident which led to her condition while her doctor, played by Mark Strong, urges Kidman's character to keep a video diary and update it daily so that she can reconstruct her memories.

Read the full story here...

Thursday, September 17, 2015

The Supercomputer That Can Predict When You Will Die

A supercomputer capable of detecting whether a patient will die in hospital has been developed in Boston.

Doctors at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center claim results generated by the machine are accurate: “We can predict with almost a 96% confidence that these patients will have this probability of dying – so, the computer says you’re gonna die, you’re probably going to die in the next 30 days,” project leader Dr Steven Horng told BBC News.

Read the full story here...

Tuesday, September 15, 2015

This is Your Brain as a Weapon

On an otherwise routine July day, inside a laboratory at Duke University, two rhesus monkeys sat in separate rooms, each watching a computer screen that featured an image of a virtual arm in two-dimensional space. The monkeys' task was to guide the arm from the center of the screen to a target, and when they did so successfully, the researchers rewarded them with sips of juice.

But there was a twist. The monkeys were not provided with joysticks or any other devices that could manipulate the arm. Rather, they were relying on electrodes implanted in portions of their brains that influence movement. The electrodes were able to capture and transmit neural activity through a wired connection to the computers.

Read the full story here...

Friday, September 11, 2015

How to Be Happy Right Now

By Urayoan Paz, Author of  The 30-Second Happiness Miracle

I will ask you a simple question...

Do You Want to Be Happy?

Really, think about it. Do you really want to be happy? Do you deserve to be happy? 
Are you doing everything in your power to be happy?

Or do you think happiness is something for the wealthy, the good-looking, royalty, and the spiritually advanced?

The Sci-Fi Helmet That Creates Alternative Realities

Christopher Nolan's 2010 blockbuster Inception is set in a distant future where military technology enables one to infiltrate and surreptitiously alter other people's dreams. Leonardo Di Caprio plays Dom Cobb, an industrial spy tasked with planting an idea into the mind of a powerful businessman.

The film has a complex, layered structure: Cobb and the other characters create dreams within dreams within dreams, but they cannot distinguish between reality and the dream states they fabricate.

Most of us distinguish between real and imagined events using unconscious processes to monitor the accuracy of our experiences. But these processes can break down in some psychiatric conditions. Patients with schizophrenia, for example, can experience auditory and visual hallucinations that they believe are real, while some brain damaged and delusional patients live in a world of perpetual false memories.

Japanese researchers have developed an "Inception helmet" that manipulates reality to simulate such experiences, and could be used to study cognitive dysfunction in psychiatric disorders.

Tuesday, September 08, 2015

Top 9 Bad Habits That Slow Down Your Brain

You’re worried about middle age spread?

That’s nothing! Try middle-age career death!

We’re killing our brain power and competitive edge by committing brain-aging sins. Overdosing on coffee, sitting all day, working way too long hours, and not exercising combine to undermine our work performance and knock us out of the game, says Marcel Daane, author of Headstrong Performance: Improve Your Mental Performance with Nutrition, Exercise, and Neuroscience.

Read the full story here...

Saturday, September 05, 2015

Hypnotic Drug Used to Steal Millions from Mind-Controlled Victims

Paris police have arrested three Chinese nationals on suspicion of using a powerful Colombian drug to dope strangers into a "zombified state" and then rob them for all they had.

Scopolamine, also known as "The Devil's Breath," is extracted from a common South American tree. It has a long and mysterious history tied up in rumors of being used by witches in the middle ages and by SS, KGB and CIA officers during interrogations. Hell, VICE even made a documentary about it.

Read the full story here...

Friday, September 04, 2015

Wayne Dyer's 13 Most Powerful Life Lessons

I was scared to death. Wayne Dyer was going to come on my podcast. I read about ten of his books. I watched five or six of his PBS specials.

The man has sold over 150 million books. He’s inspired millions. He’s already given 100s of interviews. What could I possibly ask him?

I watched other interviews with him. I even spoke to his daughter about him.

I wanted to be ready. I didn’t want to ask the same questions everyone else was asking.

Read the full story here...

Thursday, September 03, 2015

Free Issue of MindTrip Magazine Now Available on Apple and Android Devices!

MindTrip Magazine No. 38Freedom. Happiness. Weirdness. The lastest issue of our new digital magazine is now available for Apple and Androiddevices.
  • 12 Superpowers You Can Have Today
  • The Success System That Never Fails
  • Simple Rules for a Slightly Happier Life
  • How a Secret Word Changed My Life
  • How to Profit from Non-Conformity
  • 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!

Download MindTrip Magazine for your iPad or iPhone here...

Tuesday, September 01, 2015

Remote Influencing for Fun and Profit

By Jim Francis / Mind Power: Remote Influence Techniques

If you were told that you could use your mind to influence a slot machine or dice fall... would you find this beyond belief? If you were told that you could use your mind in a telepathic manner to influence the thinking pattern of another individual or group of people... would you believe it?
And if you were further told that you could instruct your subconscious mind to produce a specific dream to help you solve a problem... and use an unusual intuitional mechanism to decode this dream... would you find this a helpful ability?

But what if you were told that you could determine your luck cycle in advance so that you could use it for dollar windfall situations... would this give you a sense of personal satisfaction?

But even better still, what if you were informed that you could use an easy-to-learn mental trigger that will tell you which slot machine to play, which scratch-it ticket to buy, which color to bet on at roulette and which likely numbers to enter in the lotto... with a possible 70-80% chance of being correct? Then would you find all this "beyond belief?"

Well, you may be somewhat stunned to learn that all of this is now possible. A handful of individuals in Australia and New Zealand are using combinations of the above mind-power techniques to improve their personal lifestyle dramatically.

All that is required is the ability and willingness to look at personal mind-power in a different way and the dedication to practice these procedures, some of which can be learned in one night.
WARNING: If for any reason you are nervous about exploring the full capabilities of your mind potential, then put this report down and walk away... it is not for you.