July 17, 2014

Developing Telepathy

Developing Telepathy

First of all. What is telepathy?
Let us take a moment to examine what telepathy actually is. 
Telepathy is the ability to directly communicate with another person or animal without using your traditional senses.

There are a few different ways in which we can develop telepathy. The first foundation to learning telepathic communication is to find a partner and begin to relax and meditate with each other.

After a small amount of time - try to get in tune with each others emotional state. From there begin to have one subject think of an object or place.

The second person then relaxes and tunes themself in sync with the first person and tries to garner information of the place or object thought of.

If you're a naturally emphatic person you will find this quite easy. Continue to develop your psychic sense of telepathy and you will see it work on others unconsciously in the future.

Telepathy takes time to develop so you need to work on it gradually. Don't get frustrated if you don't get results straight away. It takes time so be patient.

July 04, 2012

6 types of mind enhancing nootropics that you could be taking!

Nootropics AKA Smart Drugs

We may all need it at times. A little pick-me-up that can help stimulate our grey matter.

Smart drugs have fast taken hold in our society. With hectic lifestyles and busy study periods being the norm - quite a few people have noticed they need some extra mental assistance and are turning to nootropics for the answer.

What exactly are nootropics?

Nootropics are supplements that you can take that will enhance and boost your cognitive and mental faculties. They are also widely known as "smart drugs" and many people all over the world take them on a daily basis for increased focus and higher mental functioning.

What are the more common types of nootropics?

Here are 6 types of mind enhancing nootropics that you could be taking:

The Racetams (piracetam, pramiracetam, oxiracetam and aniracetam amongst a few others)
the racetams are known to act as positive allosteric modulators of AMPA receptors - they also have actions on the Acetylcholinergic pathways. They have been used by people to assist them in memory improvements and for better left and right brain intercommunication and cognition.

Piracetam has also been used to treat recovering alcoholics with cognitive impairment.

Vinpocetine - has been marketed for it's vasodilation properties as well as a nootropic that boosts memory formation and recall. It may assist in activities that require increased concentration and focus as it also helps activate cerebral functions and metabolisation.

Ginkgo Biloba - is believed by some people to exhibit nootropic properties and for the most part is used for enhancing memory and concentration and for the treatment of vertigo.

L-Theanine - a main constituent of tea. L-Theanine promotes mental relaxation and stress relief. It has also been shown to improve mood and cognitive abilities as it works in synergy with the natural caffeine that's found in tea.
L-Theanine is a great stress relief tool and helps give you a 'relaxed' type of focus.

Choline Bitartrate - is an essential nutrient needed by our nervous system for the synthesis of Acetylcholine. Acetylcholine is an important neurotransmitter that assists with the transmission of neuron impulses. Acetylcholine is regarded by some mental health professionals as important for memory, cognition and sleep.

Picamilon - is an interesting combination of GABA + Niacin (to help cross the blood-brain barrier easier) generally marketed as a supplement for anxiety/depression/panic and alcohol withdrawal. Some users report great benefits from supplementing Picamilon in their dietary intake. Picamilon helps with blood flow and enhances brain functions. It is considered as a nootropic yet also exhibits some tranquilizing effects (without the lethargy) and can also have psychostimulating effects on some users.

These are just a few examples of some useful nootropics. They can be quite beneficial to your mental health and proper functioning. Always consult an expert physician before you take any supplements and do your homework before taking them.

February 15, 2012

Effective Self Hypnosis - Subliminal Hypnosis Programming

Effective self hypnosis and subliminal programming

How to maximise your self hypnosis therapy sessions through the use of effective subliminal software technology.

This article is for those of you who would like to explore using pc software to enhance your self hypnosis sessions and subliminal programming for a healthier and better you. It allows you to access your subconscious mind - in the most non-invasive way possible.

In the past, I have been plagued with traumatic experiences that have developed into phobias. I had been through many one-on-one hypnosis sessions, accupuncture and tried various pharmaceutical drugs to no avail.
It wasn't until I stumbled across this great subliminal hypnosis message program did I come to realise that I was missing something important.

Subliminal hypnosis allows us to directly communicate with our subconscious mind in a manner that becomes highly effective, over a period of time. It allows us to reprogram our thoughts in a subtle way - that really delivers long lasting results. I use this as a part of my self hypnosis techniques that work together to help me combat and overcome my phobias. It has also aided me to quit smoking (cold turkey) which was a 14 year old habit in my life. I am now thankfully nicotine free and have broken my expensive addiction.

With this subliminal hypnosis software download you can try it out and see if it works for you as much as it has for me. They are offering a free trial of the software - which I find to be most helpful if you're looking for another way to enhance your self hypnosis sessions, subliminal hypnosis and to communicate directly with your subconscious mind. Try it today and see for yourself the power of this simple program.