Tuesday, January 31, 2017

MindTrip Magazine Issue 55 Now Available for your Phone or Tablet!

Freedom. Happiness. Weirdness. The latest issue of our new digital magazine is now available for Apple
 and Android devices.
  • Top 10 Afterlife Movies
  • Your Brain is More Powerful Than All of the Computers on Earth
  • How to Live a Great Life with No Money
  • The Song That Reduces Anxiety by 65%
  • Why You Can’t Predict the Future
  • Simple Enlightenment
  • News From the Future
  • WTF Videos
  • 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...

Saturday, January 28, 2017

5 States of Mind That Improve Your Luck

MindTrip Magazine
By Michael Shermer,
Author of 
Why People Believe Weird Things

Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is a neuromuscular disease that attacks motor neurons until muscle weakness, atrophy and paralysis lead inexorably to death. Victims of this monstrous malady could be forgiven for feeling unlucky.

How, then, can we explain the attitude of the disease's namesake, baseball great Lou Gehrig? He told a sellout crowd at Yankee Stadium: "For the past two weeks you have been reading about the bad break I got. Today I consider myself the luckiest man on the face of this earth." The Iron Horse then recounted his many blessings and fortunes, a list twice punctuated with "I'm lucky" and "That's something."

Clearly, luck is a state of mind. Is it more than that? To explore this question scientifically, experimental psychologist Richard Wiseman created a "luck lab" at the University of Hertfordshire in England.

Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Ripley's Believe It Or Not Investigates a 5-Time Lottery Winner

That's right..see this picture? That is a REAL 7 time lottery winner being honored by "Ripley's Believe It Or Not".. and for years people tried to say he didn't win.. that he was a cheat, a liar, and just plain "lucky"
See his story here... and how Ripley's Believe It Or Not honored him after his 5th lottery win..
That's right..
Ripley's Believe It Or Not... the famous museum and book of weird, crazy, and unbelievable things and occurrences came and investigated this lotto genius after his 5th win.
They had heard of someone winning once or twice, but never 5 times...
Richard had nothing to hide so he met with the staff at Ripley's Believe It Or Not and showed them everything.
What did they find?
They found that his "crazy method" of playing the lotto actually worked... and that all his wins were real.
After that...
They honored him in their Florida museum and now he is in all of the Ripley's Believe It Or Not Museums and books!
Since he was honored a few years back he has won 2 more times bringing his total documented win count to 7 times and well over a million dollars won.
What is that method he used to win an astounding 7 times?
What is the method that Ripley's Believe It Or Not discovered when they went to visit him?
Lottery Dominator

Sunday, January 22, 2017

The 12 Pathways to Higher Consciousness

MindTrip Magazine
The following is from the higher consciousness classic, Handbook to Higher Consciousness by Ken Keyes, Jr. which explains the Living Love system to higher consciousness.

The Twelve Pathways To the Higher Consciousness Planes of Unconditional Love and Oneness

1. I am freeing myself from security, sensation, and power addictions that make me try to forcefully control situations in my life, and thus destroy my serenity and keep me from loving myself and others.

2. I am discovering how my consciousness-dominating addictions create my illusory version of the changing world of people and situations around me.

3. I welcome the opportunity (even if painful) that my minute-to-minute experience offers me to become aware of the addictions I must reprogram to be liberated from my robot-like emotional patterns.

Saturday, January 21, 2017

3 Things People Fear Most

Let’s face it – almost everyone has fears they wish they could conquer. Even the most successful people harbor some form of concern or anxiety even if they won’t admit it to themselves or to others.

But facing your own fears could be one of the best and bravest things you can do for yourself. How else to find ways to overcome them if you won’t even admit they exist.

Grownups in particular are loathe to acknowledge their fears for fear of (no pun intended) being seen as weak. Here are three things people fear that are universal to all adults. Don’t be scared to see yourself having them, too. Now you know you’re not alone and hopefully, you can do something about them.

Sunday, January 15, 2017

Scientists Boost Lifespans 30% with Cellular Reprogramming

The quest for the fountain of youth is as ancient as humanity itself. Now, it appears scientists may have found the source.

Using a process designed to “reprogram” normal adult cells into pluripotent stem cells—cells that can transform into many different kinds of cells—researchers have managed to boost the life spans of mice by up to 30% and rejuvenate some of their tissues.

Friday, January 13, 2017

Do you live in the past, present or the future?

In the late 1960s to the early 1970s when I was a youth, I belonged to a very strict religious organization that prophesized the imminent return of Christ, and the destruction of the United States. I put off pleasure in the present because I hoped to enjoy it in the indefinite future. In other words, I got stuck in the future.

Since that time, I discovered that others in the world are doing the same thing. It’s my guess that many young people who join the Islamic State adhere to that future orientation. Their goal is to go to Muslim Heaven, if they are male, and enjoy the pleasures of seventy-two dark-eyed virgins. Suffering hardship in the present and acting as suicide bombers in fighting for ISIS guarantees them eternal bliss in the future.

Wednesday, January 11, 2017

How to Live to 109: Stop Worrying

A great-grandfather who has just celebrated his 109th birthday says the secret to a long life is to not worry about anything.

George Higgs was born on New Year's Day in 1907 when King Edward VII was still on the throne.

He was just seven-years-old when World War One broke out and was only 32 by the time World War Two came around.

"The secret to a long life is not to worry about anything. Just get on with it."

Read the full story here...

Tuesday, January 10, 2017

The Song That Reduces Anxiety by 65%

Anxiety — that feeling of dread, fear, worry and panic — is certainly nothing new. Hippocrates wrote about it in the fourth century BCE.

As did Søren Kierkegaard in the 1860s. And Sigmund Freud addressed the disorder in 1926.

However, jump to the present and we’re seeing a significant uptick — especially with youth.

Pharmaceutical drugs tend to be the classic treatment for treating anxiety (as well as the biggest money maker). Cognitive therapy is a common approach as well.

Those with a holistic bent often turn to meditation, yoga, massage and other relaxation techniques. Music therapy has also been used with some success.

But now neuroscientists in the U.K. have zeroed in on a single song that results in a dramatic 65 percent reduction in overall anxiety…

Friday, January 06, 2017

10 Ways to Keep Your New Year Resolutions

By Valerie Dawson,
Certified Hypnotherapist Creator of 
Hypnotic Visualization Guided Audios

Have you had trouble keeping your New Year’s resolutions in the past?

If so, you’re not alone. Most people who make resolutions fail to keep them. Here are ten ways to make and keep your 2017 New Year’s resolutions — or any changes in your life.

Sunday, January 01, 2017

Mind Controlled Toys: Kids can Soon Use Mind Power to play their Favorite Toy

According to researchers from Warwick University, children can soon play toys with the power of their minds using brain waves.

The electronic devices developed by the said researchers allow the users to control the toy using a sensor in the electronic headset that detects the electric impulse from brain waves. These impulses are being processed by the computer and sent to the toy.