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Keith Barry: Brain magic

Keith Barry: Brain magic
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The Art of Dreaming Sorcery is the act of embodying some specialized theoretical and practical premises about the nature and role of perception in molding the universe around us. Our world is only one in a cluster of consecutive worlds, arranged like the layers of an onion. Even though we have been energetically conditioned to perceive solely our world, we still have the capability of entering into those other realms, which are as real, unique, absolute, and engulfing as our own world is. For us to perceive those other realms, not only do we have to covet them but we need to have sufficient energy to seize them. Their existence is constant and independent of our awareness, but their inaccessibility is entirely a consequence of our energetic conditioning. In other words, simply and solely because of that conditioning, we are compelled to assume that the world of daily life is the one and only possible world. Dreaming instruction is divided into two parts. Concreteness is the practical part of sorcery. .

EMDR Institute, Inc. ColAR Uses Augmented Reality To Bring Your Kid’s Drawing To Life I would’ve written this earlier, but I was busy picking pieces of my mind up off the floor. I get to write about cool stuff all day, but this… this is incredible. colAR is the coloring book of the future. I’m going to put some words down below this video because that’s my job, but seriously, just watch this (though preferably with your own soundtrack): First, you go to colAR’s web site and print out your coloring page of choice (the free app usually comes with one option included and a few others available for in-app purchase, but their full catalog is free until July 28th). After you’ve printed out the page, bust out that old art box. Once you’re done, pop open the app, and hit the “Play” button to bring up a camera view. I like to think that I built one of the cooler examples of augmented reality, but this one is pretty much perfect. The app is free on both the iOS App Store and the Google Play Store.

Magicology: How Magicians Control Your Mind Magicology: How Magicians Control Your Mind Over the past couple of years, neuroscientists and magicians have been getting together to create a science that might be called "magicology". By Devin Powerll / Source: New Scientist Professional pickpocket Apollo Robbins has an uncanny ability to control minds. Watching Robbins at work is like watching somebody with supernatural powers. After years of ignoring magic, researchers are starting to realise that the methods magicians use to manipulate the human mind might hold important insights into how it works. "We're all thinking about the same questions," says Christof Koch, a neuroscientist at the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena. Magic is all about appearing to break the laws of nature - making solid objects appear or disappear, sawing human beings in half, reading people's minds, and so on. By plundering the magicians' book of tricks, researchers hope to develop powerful new tools for probing perception and cognition.

Pyramid Power Gamma How Can You Control Your Brainwave State? For many thousands of years spiritual sages, rishis, yogis, shamans, monks, whatever you would like to call them, have been perfecting the process of meditation to induce deep meditative states. They would have to spend many hours a day of quieting the mind and controlling their brainwave states. This is just not practical for most people to do in their hectic modern lifestyles. Fortunately with the advances of modern technology you can, using specially designed audio technology, train your minds to achieve whatever states you want just after a few short sessions. The old method of doing this was using specially embedded binaural beats. How Do Binaural Beats Work? When you play two separate frequencies in each ear, say 140 Hz and 149 Hz, the difference in frequency is 9 hz. Trypnaural meditations use the most effective and current of all brainwave entrainment technologies available today called "Isochronic Tones" How Do Isochronic Tones Work?

Have Egypt's long lost pyramids really been found on Google Earth? Historical maps show sandy mound may hide monument larger than Giza Sandy mounds discovered by an American scientist in the Egyptian desert are labelled as pyramids on 34 rare, antique mapsArchaeology researcher Angela Micol's find was dismissed by many but a preliminary ground study has found shafts and cavitiesOne site spotted on satellite is three times the size of Great Pyramid at Giza By Sarah Griffiths Published: 14:52 GMT, 19 July 2013 | Updated: 16:22 GMT, 19 July 2013 Mounds of sand spotted in the Egyptian desert using Google Earth might be the site of long-lost pyramids. American archaeology researcher Angela Micol pinpointed two areas along the Nile basin, 90 miles apart, both containing unusual shaped mounds last year. There was resistance by other archaeologists about whether her find was indeed that of unknown pyramids but now a preliminary ground study using ancient maps suggest that the location might, in fact, be correct. Scroll down for video If it is genuine, it could be the largest pyramid ever discovered. 'The images speak for themselves.

The Magical Art of Shadowmancy Shadowmancy is the magical art of manipulating shadows, and is used almost exclusively by the darkpriests of the Kasumarii tribe in Cyhalloi. Shadowmancy serves purposes both occupational and recreational, for while it may be used by assassins to hide in the shadows, it is also utilized for entertainment purposes, to act out scenes and stories for entertainment. Spell Range. Those who dabble in Shadowmancy learn how to bend light around them, to cloak themselves in shadow, and have the frightening knowledge to turn the very shadows around an individual into spiritual ghosts that have the power to literally suck the life out of the one whom they have attacked. The darkpriests who perform this kind of art are, in a change from the human norm, valued members of the Kasumarii society, and are treated equally to the other Kasumarii sects like the Nightsons, the Korenjaans or the Echiiliani. The Clerical Art. The casting of spells relies heavily on faith - as do all clerical spells.

Does listening to pure gamma brainwave entrainment everyday help overcome depression and improve memory? by angelica I've been listening for about four days (for about an hour each day) to a pure gamma brainwave video which I downloaded from the internet a few days ago -- thinking that it would improve my memory and cure episodes of depression (as this is the only reason why I am into it right now). I intended to use the same everyday for four weeks... only to find out here (in one of the comments posted here) that listening to one type of brainwave is not advisable. Perhaps this is the reason why after listening to the video on the third and fourth days, I felt dizzy (or groggy) all throughout the day, and so I thought something must be wrong. So how do I do it then? 1. 2. 3. 4. Hello Angela, You would freak out if you continue listening to gamma or worse any one type of brainwave frequency range for an hour, daily interchangeably. If you have read my pages on brainwave entrainment with reference to the Brain Evolution System or Holosync, you would understand why I highly recommend them.

5 Ridiculous Lies You Believe About Ancient Civilizations Since not all of us decided to tell our parents we'd be moving back home in four years by majoring in classics, much of what we know about ancient Greece and Rome tends to come from films and TV -- meaning that much of what we "know" originated with some Hollywood producer saying, "Yes, but can we make the togas sexier?" For example, you probably think that ... #5. The Romans Were Orgy-Crazed Jastrow The Myth: Quick, let's do a word association. Geography Pictures / UIV / Getty / Hemera Technologies /"Veni vidi vhat's up, doc?" The Reality: Here's why you should never get your history lessons from a film produced by Penthouse : It appears the stories of Roman sex festivals were mostly the result of nasty rumors made up after the fact. "... and this one won't giggle while he fetches the anal lube." As it turns out, the Romans had trouble even imagining an orgy. But if the movie Caligula isn't as accurate as we'd hoped, who invented the Roman orgy? This was painted in 1470. #4.

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