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The Wim Hof Method *Revealed* – How to Consciously Control Your Immune System

We previously published an article about Wim Hof, holder of 20 Guinness World Records for withstanding extreme temperatures. He has climbed Everest and Kilimanjaro in only shorts and shoes, stayed comfortably in ice baths for hours, and run a marathon in the desert with no water.Wim is able to accomplish […]

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A Story About The Dalai Lama

A friend who I met through HE recently told me a story about a question the Dalai Lama was asked by a reporter.It was something along the lines of: "How are you able to fit in daily meditation with such a busy schedule?"The Dalai Lama smiled and replied that on […]

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A Treatise on Psychedelics Pt. 3/3: The Implications

What are the larger implications of the mystical experience? One aspect of the mystical experience is what psychology calls “ego-death”. If we use the self as an anchor to base our world-view on and use incessant thought to keep a sense of control in the stream of experience we […]

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A Treatise on Psychedelics Pt. 2/3: The Mystical Experience

Where are the liberating effects of these plants and chemicals to be found? Of course in the consciousness of their users and the technologies and wisdom it produced. But outside these well-known facts there is a less known revolution going on. I was pleasantly surprised by Raph Borges talk about […]

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[Video]: How To Follow Your Bliss

Here’s a follow-up video to the How To Find Your Bliss video. Let me know what you think! What would you like the next video to focus on? <3 Jordan

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A Treatise on Psychedelics Pt. 1/3: The Stigma

Some time ago I was in the right place at the right time by attending the Interdisciplinary Conference on Psychedelic Research in Amsterdam orchestrated by Stichting Open. For those who don't know, psychedelic is Greek for “manifesting mind” and is commonly used to indicate consciousness altering plants and chemicals like, […]

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Productivity Tip: Stop ‘Working So Hard’

In the early 1990s, three psychologists began studying the habits of a two groups of violinists at the Universität der Künste.The first group was hand-picked by the music teacher as advanced violinists -- those who had a future in professional performance. The second group was comprised of average violinists -- […]