Archive for August, 2006

Leave Life-Changing Decisions to Your Unconscious Mind

Monday, August 21st, 2006

The evidence seems to be that the conscious mind isn’t much use in making hard decisions. Do you really need that flat-pack wardrobe or would the foldaway futon be a better buy? Why not have lunch and think about it? Then you might need to choose between pickled herring or Swedish meatballs. Everywhere we are […]

Why Constant Noise is the Perfect Sleep Solution

Sunday, August 20th, 2006

Have you ever laid awake at night wondering, “What do I have to do to get a peaceful night’s sleep?” as your neighbor’s dog barks all night and traffic roars by? Jim Buckwalter solved this problem…but before I am going to tell you how he did it let’s talk about sleep itself. What Affects Our […]

Physicist Shows That Time is a Flexible Projection of the Mind

Saturday, August 19th, 2006

After reading this book from Fred Alan Wolf my mind felt very expanded and I finally understood for the first time some quantum phenomena. Fred Alan Wolf’s writing style is easy. He understands to describe complex things in practical examples. This is my favorite book so far. If you haven’t seen the movie “What the […]

Can New Born Chickens Influence a Robot?

Friday, August 18th, 2006

Decades ago Albert Einstein told us that space and time are not conditions in which we live; they are modes in which we think. ‘Nonlocality and the Observer’ is a fascinating documentation from a workshop held by Mike Wright. The first 30 minutes are a warm up into the realm of quantum physics. But then […]