Wednesday, March 30, 2016

How to Activate Your Subconscious Super Powers

You clearly and undeniably have super powers you can activate to become your best self

By Paul Scheele,
Creator of 
Super Powers, Super You

There are Super Powers bubbling and churning deep in your nonconscious mind.

If you are not fully experiencing them, you are not living the Super You.

You are living in the "Gap of Limitations." You might be progressing too slowly. You might feel frustrated about where you are. You might not know exactly what to do. Stress might be building up. Maybe you are disappointed at yourself or your life's circumstances. You see others getting theirs, and you wonder about yourself.

And that's all fine, because we have clear direction for you. We have a brand-new online video training to give you the fresh insights, step-by-step instruction, and motivation you need.

On Saturday, April 16, Paul R. Scheele will lead you through the first-ever video training called Super Powers, Super You

Hypnotist: Trump winning with ‘Trumpnosis’

Selling Hypnotically
A world-renowned hypnotist says there’s one person folks should turn to if they want a master class in the art of mesmerizing a crowd: Donald Trump.

Richard Barker has even coined a term for what he says the GOP presidential front-runner engages in on the campaign trail: “Trumpnosis.”

“Trumpnosis has been around for a very long time, including politics and religion,” Barker, known professionally as “The Incredible Hypnotist,” says.

“But Donald Trump has mastered it. What it basically is, is it’s mass persuasion, mass influence and mass hypnosis.

Simple Secrets for Weird Mind Powers

Almost Super Human
By Jason Mangrum,
Author of 
Uberman! Almost Super Human

Have you read Jason & Skye Mangrum's "Uberman" book yet? If not, I URGE you to take a look right here.

The book's tagline is 'Almost Superhuman' becauseafter you read it-- that's exactly what OTHER PEOPLE will think you are!

It contains some WEIRD and slightly controversial stuff like...
  • How to turn yourself or a friend into an instant "lie detector" this misunderstood technique can be performed by anyone, anywhere at anytime...
  • How you can influence another person's strength, without ever touching them.
  • A 'deceptively simple secret' that's like giving yourself "admin" access to the command prompt of your mind... and then gives you commands you can use to begin influencing physical reality.
  • How to cure any addiction... once you learn this, no substance, concept, idea or experience can ever be attached to you again, unless you want it.
  • Plus a ton of other material I dare not even discuss in a public e-mail like this.
All practical, step-by-step stuff you can put to work right away to get near immediate results.

Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Learning While You Sleep Might Be Possible After All

Sleeping Brain
For as long as I can remember, I’ve wanted to learn Japanese.

Linguists often say that the best way to learn a foreign language is to immerse yourself in it, and that’s what I did. For a while, I put post-it notes on items with their Japanese names on them, watched anime with the subtitles off and even fell asleep to kawaii Japanese podcasts whispering in my ear.

Learn by osmosis, right? Maybe even as I sleep something will stick, I thought.

It sounds utterly nonsensical — learn while you’re unconscious?! — but the idea of sleep learning has thrived for centuries. Eerily described in Brave New World by Aldous Huxley in the 1930s, sleep was once thought to be a subliminal state similar to hypnosis, in which the person is susceptible to messages from the outside world.

Saturday, March 26, 2016

The World in 2025 -- 8 Amazing Predictions for the Next 10 Years

By Peter Diamandis, Author of 

In 2025, in accordance with Moore's Law, we'll see an acceleration in the rate of change as we move closer to a world of true abundance. Here are eight areas where we'll see extraordinary transformation in the next decade:

1. A $1,000 Human Brain

In 2025, $1,000 should buy you a computer able to calculate at 10^16 cycles per second (10,000 trillion cycles per second), the equivalent processing speed of the human brain.

Thursday, March 24, 2016

Top 20 Life Lessons from Steve Jobs

MindTrip Magazine
My feelings about Steve Jobs have always been a little mixed. I long admired his entrepreneurial spirit and business acumen and was in sheer awe of his natural instincts for what appeals to consumers. On the other hand I bristled at what I saw as his — and by extension Apple’s — occasionally capricious and even contradictory actions and super-secretive nature.

Now, having finished the 600-plus page Steve Jobs biography by Walter Isaacson, I think I finally understand Steve Jobs. Like most of us, his personality had many sides. He could be aloof, super-intense, odd, gross, passionate, creative, driven, unfair, conciliatory and deeply introspective. He lived a rich and unique life.
As I read the tome on my Kindle, I highlighted interesting, surprising and relevant passages. Now, as I look back at them I realize that many help illustrate some of the larger lessons we can all glean from Steve Jobs’ remarkable life.

Friday, March 18, 2016

5 Cult Leaders Who Used Sex to Control Their Followers

Charlie Manson

In the book Raping the Gods, by Brian Whitney, a ghostwriter is hired to ghostwrite the memoirs of Dylan, a deranged, fantastically wealthy sex addict, who lives in Samoa with his female sex slaves. Dylan had a profound spiritual awakening during a vision quest he went on with a local tribe. He thinks he met God. Actually, he thinks he met God and had sex with Him. Raped Him, in fact. Throughout all of Dylan’s insanity and abuse his slaves remain unwavering.

Many people throughout time have used sex to take control of people’s minds. When it comes to keeping someone under your control, banging them while slowly exerting power over their minds and bodies is possibly the best way to do that. It is true that other methods can work. You can threaten someone, beat them, isolate them, financially exploit them, but none of those are as effective as sex.

Here are 5 cult leaders that used sex to get their freak on and control minds at the same time.

Russian Billionaire Plans to Live Forever

Mind Computer Transfer
Dmitry Itskov maintains that he will live forever by uploading his consciousness in to a robotic body.

Four years ago the Russian entrepreneur founded the 2045 Initiative, a non-profit organization with only one goal - to find a way to achieve everlasting life within the space of just three decades.

The key to accomplishing this, he believes, is to develop a way to 'upload' a human mind in to a machine - an immortal body that could maintain someone's personality and consciousness.

Thursday, March 17, 2016

NASA Reports Strange Abilites from Sungazing

Ever wanted to be in more than one place at a time? That’s right, I’m talking about the super-human abilities that can be gained by those who follow the protocol for what’s known as sun-gazing, a valid practice recently confirmed by NASA.

Many proponents of this ancient technique, used by many cultures such as Mayan, Egyptian, Aztec, Tibetian and Indian yoga, report not only healing benefits to common illnesses, but obtaining super-human abilities such as advanced telepathy and going completely without the need for food.

Wednesday, March 16, 2016

How to Treat Social Anxiety

Knowing how to treat social anxiety can mean the difference between a life of complete social freedom and a crippling existence where you hide from day to day interactions.

I know this firsthand because I used to belong to the later of the two.
I probably don't have to tell you dealing with social anxiety is like having a wall in between you and the rest of the world. 

Despite your best efforts, the overwhelming fear, panic and self-consciousness envelopes your every action.

Personally, the paranoia I felt when in social situations was unbearable. I would also constantly squirm and feel restless, not knowing where to put my hands, my body, how to stand or sit – you name it.

Free Self Hypnosis for Prosperity MP3: 4 Keys to Increased Prosperity

Prosperity CD
By Jim Katsoulis, Creator of MindRise Hypnosis

This session was designed to help you experience increased prosperity in all areas of your life by shifting the 4 key thoughts and beliefs that dictate how successful you are.

Listening instructions: To get the most out of this session, listen with headphones in a comfortable place where you won't be disturbed and can focus on what's being said.

Right-click here and select "save as" in order to download the
Prosperity Self-Hypnosis MP3

Saturday, March 12, 2016

I Am Not Your Guru: Documentary About Tony Robbins

MindTrip Magazine
Though he had directed some of the most acclaimed documentaries of the contemporary era, Joe Berlinger was just a regular guy grappling with personal issues when he decided to attend a Tony Robbins seminar in 2012.

Robbins had reached out to Berlinger after seeing the filmmaker’s Metallica documentary Some Kind of Monster a number of years before, and the two had formed a friendship. The self-help guru invited Berlinger, an admitted skeptic about the brand of personal improvement Robbins practiced, to attend his week-long “Date With Destiny” event.

What resulted was a journey that changed Berlinger’s life. And given how he resolved to make a movie about Robbins (and convinced his reluctant subject of the appeal of same), it might change your life too -- or, OK, at least set percolating a series of questions about the nature of charismatic leadership and the ways we approach and measure the benefits of psychological counseling.

Thursday, March 10, 2016

How to Use Mind Power to Control Your Addictions

This Nake Mind
Dopamine is one of the main chemicals released in the brain when something pleasurable occurs. It regulates motivation — sending the signal, “This makes me happy!” — whether it's alcohol, drugs or a cup of coffee.

Now consider this: It sends that signal before you've ever even touched the object. It sends it when you sit down at the restaurant and consider which wine you're going to order.

Dopamine is released when you see a picture of french fries.
This is where you have a great opportunity to outsmart your brain. If you see a trigger, rather than acting on it take a step back and think through the urge; recognize the options available to you.

Make a choice using your logical, conscious mind rather than the impulsive, emotional unconscious mind.

Monday, March 07, 2016

Being Born Poor Is Bad For Your Brain

Please don't take this the wrong way, but...

What kind of childhood did you have?

I'm not talking about having to put up with bullies, or waking up early to catch Saturday morning cartoons.

I meant more along the lines of...

Did you have your own yacht by the time you turned 5, or were you considered the luckiest kid in town if you had a dishwasher box to play with?

You see...

If you were born "poor", then you're probably missing what researchers are dubbing the "Wealth Factor".

A recent study published in the American Journal of Psychiatry revealed that growing up poor can actually have a devastating effect throughout your entire life.

Researchers at Washington University in St. Louis studied a group of 105 young children over a period of 12 years...

And found that the preschoolers from poorer backgrounds were shown to have weaker than normal connections in certain regions of the brain.

Specifically regions responsible for mood, memory, learning, and emotion... among others.

What this means is not only will they grow up into adults who lack the advantage of "whole brain thinking" ...

(Which is really the secret behind the successes of big names like Mark Zuckerberg and Amazon's Jeff Bezos... read more about it in this FREE report)

These kids were also considerably more likely to suffer from depression later in life.

That's why I asked about your childhood.

How you grew up pretty much determines how the rest of your life turns out.

So does that mean if you grew up poor, then you're destined to die poor AND miserable?

Weatlh Factor
Not necessarily.

You can actually "reprogram" your brain to strengthen the connections between regions responsible for wealth...

Because of something called "brain plasticity".

Sunday, March 06, 2016

Monkeys Control Wheelchairs With Their Minds

Monkey Wheelchar
Duke University scientists have given a pair of monkeys the ability to drive a wheelchair with their thoughts alone.

The work is described in a paper recently published in the journal Scientific Reports and adds to a growing body of work in brain-machine interfaces aiming to return some freedom to the severely disabled.

Duke neuroscientist Miguel Nicolelis and his team first began experimenting back in 2012, when they implanted hundreds of microfibers as thin as a human hair in the brains of two rhesus macaque monkeys. The fibers recorded cortical activity associated with "whole-body movement" and sent the signals to a computer.

Friday, March 04, 2016

How to Steal and Get Rich

My eight year old daughter is crying right now. She's trying to draw manga-style comic book figures. "The eyes look stupid!" she says, "and the arms look flimsy!" 

My oldest tries to calm her down, "Mollie, I'm three years older than you. Thats why my characters look so good," she says, but somehow that doesn't work and it doesn't help when my oldest says, "Mollie, guess what, I finished drawing on the whole pad? Aren't these pretty?"

I tell my youngest, "Mollie, look on the Internet and see how other artists do their eyes and arms. I bet there are some Manga artists who even have videos on how to do it."

She says, "but that's copying. I don't want to copy. I refuse."

So I tell her my favorite quote from Picasso, "Good artists copy. Great artists steal." And my oldest says, "that would mean HE stole." And I tell her that's right but still my youngest refuses to listen. She says, "I don't want to copy. I want to do something completely original." But that's impossible.

Read the full story here... 

How To Create Brilliant Ideas

MindTrip Magazine
Thinking is the highest paid activity in the world. One new idea can generate trillions of dollars in revenue and change the way people live.

Unfortunately, most people are copycats. They look at something that is already successful and try to mimic it.

Every year I get a handful of emails from men who have decided to quit their jobs, or drop out of school, to “make money online.” Almost all of these guys end up failing and at least one ends up in financial ruin.

This happens because they try to copy successful websites and businesses without adding any new ideas to the mix. As a result, they never come across as anything more than a poor imitation. And nobody wants to do business with them.

Thursday, March 03, 2016

Free Gift -- The Success Activation Point

By Stephanie Mulac,
Creator of the 
Chakra Activation System

The secret to everything you've ever wanted revealed - break away from an unsatisfying, unfulfilling existence and experience 10X more wealth, vitality and happiness - in less than a week! Achieve the life of your dreams today this powerful activation technique!

Wednesday, March 02, 2016

MindTrip Magazine Issue 44 Now Available

Freedom. Happiness. Weirdness. The lastest issue of our new digital magazine is now available for Apple
 and Android devices.
  • Jump into a Universe of Infinite Possibilities
  • Weird World of LSD
  • Quest for a Lucid Dream Orgasm
  • 7 Ways to Become a Jedi Master
  • Top 10 Countries Where You Can Live Forever
  • How to Find God by Meditating in the Desert
  • How to Be At One with the Universe
  • 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...

The Myth of the 8-hour Sleep

By Stephanie Hegarty/ Source: BBC

We often worry about lying awake in the middle of the night - but it could be good for you. A growing body of evidence from both science and history suggests that the eight-hour sleep may be unnatural.

In the early 1990s, psychiatrist Thomas Wehr conducted an experiment in which a group of people were plunged into darkness for 14 hours every day for a month.

It took some time for their sleep to regulate but by the fourth week the subjects settled into a very distinct sleeping pattern. They slept first for four hours, then woke for one or two hours before falling into a second four-hour sleep.

Though sleep scientists were impressed by the study, among the general public the idea that we must sleep for eight consecutive hours persists.

Tuesday, March 01, 2016

Why Gratitude Isn't For Wimps

A research team studying the positive effects of daily gratitude says it can change people’s lives—but it takes mental toughness and discipline.

The payoff, however, can be significant.

Compared with those who dwell on daily hassles, people who take time instead to record their reasons for giving thanks exercise more regularly, complain of fewer illness symptoms, and feel better about their lives overall. They also feel more loving, forgiving, joyful, enthusiastic, and optimistic about their futures, while their family and friends report that they seem happier and are more pleasant to be around.

MindTrip Magazine“Gratitude is literally one of the few things that can measurably change people’s lives,” Robert Emmons writes in his book Thanks! How the New Science of Gratitude Can Make You Happier. The book outlines 10 strategies for cultivating a feeling of thanksgiving throughout the year.

How to Master Your Mind

By Mike Pettigrew, Creator of 
The Millionaire Mind Secrets

A great man once said “strive to master your mind rather than allowing your mind master you”.

So what did he mean by this statement?

Basically, he realised that as human beings we all possess two types of mind.

Firstly we have a mind that tries to keep us small and powerless, and that constantly whispers all sorts of nonsense to us, pretty much all day long.

That part of our mind that tells us that we are useless, that we shouldn’t even bother. Its that part of ourselves that keeps making us give in, instead of doing great things.

Then we have another part of our mind that is the complete opposite. It’s that part of ourselves that we might call our higher self, or our source of inner wisdom.