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Neurochemical Overclocking: How To Unlock the Hidden Powers of Your Mind & Boost Productivity

This article is a OptiMind review. But, in order to understand a pill that will boost your brain, we need to place it in a much larger context. What is enhancement really? What are the ethics of...

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NLP: Neuro Linguistic Programming – Part 1

Intro to NLP According to Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP), 10% of the mind is conscious, leaving 90% of the mind to the unconscious. Now what does this mean? The conscious mind is simply what we...

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Zeitgeist Conspiracy Movie (Warning: This Will Rock Your World)

Zietgeist, The Movie was released in 2007 on Google Videos and has since spread like mad across the internet and conspiracy blogs. It has three parts showing the falsities behind Christianity, 9/11...

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Microexpressions: Almost Undetectable Facial Language

Micro Expressions are split-second muscle changes in the face that indicate that a person is either conscious or unconsciously supressing their true emotions. These changes are constantly occurring on...

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How to Enjoy Valentine’s Day (Even If You’re Single, Heartbroken, and Jaded)

I know how you feel. I’ve been there. Standing in line at the coffee shop, innocently awaiting your beverage, and surrounded by glittery heart confetti, oversized red candy, and plushy toys with...

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The Psychedelic Dialogues: A Mirror for Life Itself

The Psychedelic Dialogues is an online video series where people share their experiences involving various psychedelics and plant medicines from around the world. An ongoing media project by...

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The Spiritual Nature of Virtual Reality

There is a new phenomenon from the world of virtual reality (VR) that is unspeakably exciting. It’s called ‘presence’ — the visceral feeling that what you’re seeing is REAL (even though...

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Food For Thought from Eisenstein: Doing VS “Non-Doing”

This is the first mini-article of an extended series that dives into short but powerful insights from Charles Eisensteins’ latest book, ‘The More Beautiful World Our Hearts Know Is...

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Parkour: The Art of Movement

Parkour is by far one of the most amazing sports and/or art forms out there. If you haven’t heard of it, it’s probably because it originated in Europe and hasn’t gotten that big in...

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A Brief Note on Tremendous Desire

What do you want? Enlightenment? Success? Love? A sexy body? Well how badly do you want it? I’m sure your immediate answer is “Really bad!” Napolean Hill once said, “When your...

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Why YOU Can Run A Marathon

I never imagined myself running a marathon, a grueling 42.195 meters of putting one feet after the other. Most of all because I never saw myself as the athletic type, let alone one of those superhumans that run a marathon for fun. I played some soccer when I was young, did a few years of judo and a few months of tae-kwando. Then puberty happened and you could find me in the gym a couple times a week. Probably had to do something with the opposite sex. But it never was much really, definitely nothing that even remotely comes close to something as brutal as a marathon...

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The Love Experiment: Conclusions

It’s been 7 days since I started the Love Experiment and all I have to say is wow. Those of you who were also feelin’ the love this week will know what I’m talking about when I say I...

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Best of TED Talks: Part 2

The second installment in a series highlighting the most mind-blowing, inspirational and flat-out awesome TED Talks. TED is a conference that allows people to come and share their unique insights on a wide variety of topics, including human consciousness and how the universe works. You will learn something new with every video, guaranteed.

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Dominator vs. Partnership Cultures: A Profound Re-Telling of Human History

In this essay you'll learn the troubling history of society's evolving culture — how we ditched our empathetic "partnership" system for one founded on domination, and what hope there is looking forward.

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5 Life Lessons I Learned From Skateboarding

I have a lot of fun playing with my four children, and while skateboarding with one of them recently, I realised there is a lot to be learned from children’s playfulness and activities. In fact,...

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The Psychedelic Dialogues: The Only Medicine is Love

The Psychedelic Dialogues is an online video series where people share their experiences involving various psychedelics and plant medicines from around the world. An ongoing media project...

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The Philosophical Morality of the 1%

Peter Singer is arguably one of the most influential philosophers alive today – he has published over one hundred academic articles, dozens of books, and was recently named a “Companion of the Order of Australia,” one of Australia’s highest honors. While Singer has an extensive moral code extending over a vast array of human affairs, I will only focus on one particular aspect of his moral code – charity. Specifically, I will explain his radical claim that we should give to charity until we are "very near the material circumstances of a Bengali refugee..."

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Zeitgeist: Moving Forward – A Discussion on the Future of the World

The following documentary is the most important  film you could possibly watch. It’s massive implications reach across the globe and cannot be denied. It will change the way you view the...

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How I Hacked My Way to A Job at ESPN

That’s me, sitting behind the iconic SportsCenter desk in the ESPN studios. Three cameras, two sound-men, and a teleprompter operator are all staring at me. Then I hear a director in my ear...

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Schopenhauer’s Big Mistake: The Pleasure of Ephemeral Satisfaction

This is a response to an article posted earlier this week concerning Arthur Schopenhauer’s dismal theory on the life’s futility. In short, he postulated that man is in constant struggle to...