Believe it or not the world that we live in is always trying to brainwash you. Your subconscious mind is constantly being penetrated by your ‘environment’.  American artist and spiritual teacher Florence Scovel Shinn said this , ‘If you do not run your subconscious mind yourself, someone else will run it for you.’
The media wants to brainwash you. Religions want to brainwash you. Advertising companies want to brainwash you, why else do you think they spend over $20 billion per year just to get inside your sub-conscious mind. These big companies understand that by having control over what enters your sub-conscious mind they can have a level of control over your decision making.
So it seems that no matter what we are all going to fall victim to brainwashing of one form or another. But there is a way out…. what if we could brainwash ourselves? What if we could successfully reprogram our mind so that we become the true creators of our own reality…
Watch this video and learn just how to do that!
Summary of the above video:
1.Take a piece of paper and write what you want in detail.
2. Visualize yourself already having your desired object have mental movies in your mind and play them out like their a reality.
3.Stop watching TV shows or movies that contradict your new beliefs go on a news fast don’t watch the news for 30 days.
4. Create a short but sweet affirmation that applies that you already have your desired object example I am successful
5. Create an alarm on your phone that will remind you at a certain time to speak your chosen affirmation.
6.Listen to affirmation or make your own that compliments your desired goals.
7.Begin to talk about what you desire as if it is already a fact.
8.Repeat,repeat, repeat ,new habits and beliefs are formed through repetition .
Now share the knowledge.

The function and capabilities of the human brain have been a great mystery to science since the beginning of humanity.
In recent decades, thanks to advances in neuroscience, many things have been elucidated, others, however, remain an enigma.
Many researchers will agree that the more we learn about the human brain, the more questions arise.
This may be in part because our brain is much more complex than we’ve ever imagined.
Here, in this article, we take a look at 6 facts about the human brain that continue to baffle neuroscientists:
Pain: specialists have not yet managed to establish what the main mechanism by which some people manage to block the impulses of pain is, nor what are the different thresholds with which each body perceives it.
Dreams and Sleep: although it is known that dreams play a key role in learning processes and in neuronal plasticity, many aspects of their functioning remain a mystery. Furthermore, researchers have not been able to solve the mystery behind sleep, and why we spend a third of our time asleep.  It is inordinately challenging to remain awake for more than a full day-night cycle, the more a person remains awake, the more issues arise. According to experts, in humans, continuous wakefulness of the nervous system can result in mental derangement. Experts have demonstrated that rats deprived of sleep for 10 days die.
In fact, all mammals sleep, reptiles and birds sleep, and voluntary breathers like dolphins sleep with one brain hemisphere dormant at a time. While we see a clear evolutionary trend here, the function of sleep remains a profound enigma.
Memory: it is still unknown how the hippocampus works when storing and discarding memories. Researchers recently found that the hippocampus works as a sensory enhancer.
Decisions: although it is known that in decision making two different systems intervene, that of cognitive control and that of the evaluation network; science fails to establish for the moment what functions prevail in these mechanisms.
Intelligence: the evaluation of intelligence remains a weak point for neuroscientists. Researchers have not been able to answer what ‘intelligence’ means biologically.
Although there are several evaluation tests, specialists believe that they are only capable of measuring partial aspects of it.
Neuronal coding: despite the numerous researches developed in this field, it has not yet been possible to establish how the process by which electrical stimuli are converted into coded information work.
Emotions are a mystery: Recent studies propose that emotions are brain states that rapidly assign values to outcomes and provide plans of action. Emotion, according to some researchers, can be seen as a type of computation, a rapid, automatic summary that initiates appropriate actions.
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Nikola Tesla, the great genius of electricity and perhaps the greatest scientific visionary of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, has for many years been largely forgotten by history.
The achievements of Nikola Tesla were amazing. The man saw the future like no one else before him, and he envisioned a planet where free energy ruled the world.
The revolutionary scientist was born to Serbian parents in the town of Smiljani, modern-day Croatia.
Tesla was the inventor of the induction motor, the system of alternating current power transmission, popularly known as two-phase, three-phase, or poly-phase systems, and the rotating magnetic field, which played a major role in future technologies.
He was also the real inventor of the radio, pioneer of remote-controlled objects, robotics, remote-controlled weapons, vertical take-off aircraft and the first low-energy lamps and wireless transmission of electricity. But Tesla invented more than just that.
He made groundbreaking discoveries such as wireless radio communications, turbine engines, helicopters (although it was Da Vinci who first had the idea), fluorescent and neon lights, torpedoes and other fascinating technologies that are said to have been confiscated by the government. By the time of his death, Tesla held nearly 700 worldwide patents.
Authentic ‘technological wonders’  that have been key to the technological progress we live in today.
Tesla was an extraordinary scientist, a completely outrageous inventor (in a positive way), but most importantly, Tesla was a man without limits.
Tesla was a genius who anticipated more than one hundred years ago, our way of life and technologies used by us.
Tesla had “crazy ideas” for a wireless future, but also for the use of clean energies.
Already in 1900, he warned of the need not to exhaust fossil fuels.
The scientist supported the idea of looking for new sources of alternative energy such as solar or wind.
But nobody listened to him.
It is rightfully said that Nikola Tesla was a man who lived a hundred years ahead of his time.
Tesla’s mind was more than prodigious: he designed inventions in his head, without plans or writings.
His particular and unique way of working did not allow him to have disciples who could defend his memory and many of his merits were attributed to other scientists such as Thomas Edison or the Italian Guglielmo Marconi.
Nikola Tesla is said to have had the ability to literally imagine his inventions in his mind, during so-called moments of clarity, where he said to see his inventions in holographic detail. Tesla claimed that he could even rotate these visions taking them apart piece by piece and he knew exactly how he was going to build these inventions based on his visionary experiences.
But, to understand the mind of this electrical genius, here is a copy of „An Interview With Nikola Tesla, Electrical Wizard by Samuel Cohen, from 1915.”
For anyone who would like to download a digital copy of the interview in PDF, you can do so by clicking here.

What’s the secret to inner peace and contentment?
The answer to that question is very difficult to find.
So what do Buddhist monks do, since they have a reputation for these highly sought after states of being?
Do they know something we don’t?
Actually, yes they do.
For more than two thousand years, Buddhist philosophy has dedicated great energy on how to reduce human suffering and keep quiet the mind while focusing on the present moment.
In this article, we’re going to go explore Buddhism’s most important principles and practices that we can all adopt into our daily lives and routines.
Although they may seem difficult at first, if you stay focused and just keep at it, they will benefit you for an entire lifetime.

HABIT 1 – SIMPLIFICATION

Did you know that the Buddha was born a prince? Yup, he could have lived a life of materialistic abundance, but he found this was distracting him from a deeper calling he felt within.
As a result, he abandoned everything that he felt was preventing him from knowing true inner peace. He left his palace, and went on a journey into the world, and more so, into himself.
2,300 years later, Buddhist monks continue to do the same. They have little to absolutely no concern for material possessions and live with the basic necessities while focusing the bulk of their energy and efforts into spiritual enlightenment.
They completely simplify their lives.

HABIT 2 – INNER DECLUTTERING

"If you want others to be happy, practice compassion. If you want to be happy, practice compassion." - Dalai Lama
In advanced Buddhist circles, monks are taught to do things not for themselves, but for the whole world.  They are taught that what they do in this world matters.
When they meditate, it’s for the sake of world peace and empowerment. They understand that their goal to attain personal enlightenment is a goal that is of benefit to the entire world.
When you can cultivate this altruistic attitude, you focus much less on your petty problems and become less concerned with the trivialities of life. As a result, you become much more calm and at peace with yourself.
This is what’s called inner decluttering: making room for society’s collective well being, and discarding small frivolous troubles in your personal life.

HABIT 3 – MEDITATING HABITUALLY

“Meditation is a way for nourishing and blossoming the divinity within you.” - Amit Ray.

Most monks, who are truly serious about their chosen path, wake up early and meditate for 1 to 3 hours and do then do the same at night. This kind of practice literally changes the brain and it’s been proven scientifically, over and over, that meditation is one of the most effective ways in dealing with stress and cultivating peace.
You don’t have to adopt this time consuming schedule, but what if you replaced 30 minutes of TV, or internet surfing, with meditation? Anyone can do it, and making this a part of your daily routine can change your life forever.

HABIT 4 – FOLLOWING THE WISE

Develop a Passion for Learning. if You do, You Will Never Cease to Grow.” – Anthony D'Angelo.
In our western consumer society, we have a very toxic outlook about old age. But for Buddhist monks, they see the elderly as people having wisdom who have has amassed a life time of experience that we can learn from. They seek elder spiritual guides and gurus that can help them on their path.
Everyone we meet in life knows something we do not. They have experienced something we have not and they can teach us something we don’t know. Keep an open mind, be hungry to learn more, and humble enough to admit you don’t know everything and life is not a competition.

HABIT 5 – LISTEN CONSCIOUSLY AND WITHOUT JUDGMENT

"When you talk, you are only repeating what already know. But if you listen, you may learn something new. - Dalai Lama.

Our brains naturally judge. We seek to understand, and so we label things. Plants, places, people, and everything else we encounter in life. But this makes us fall into lazy distorted ways of thinking, because no human being can be summed up through our narrow perception of them.
Buddhists believe that we should not criticize and judge others, but rather seek to simply understand them through conscious mindfulness.
As the saying goes, most of us listen to respond, rather than listen to learn. If we quiet our minds, and pay attention better, we cultivate healthier relationships of mutual respect, understanding and communication.

HABIT 6 – CHANGE IS THE ONLY CONSTANT IN THE UNIVERSE

"Life is a series of natural and spontaneous changes. Don't resist them - that only creates sorrow. Let reality be reality. Let things flow naturally forward in whatever way they like." - Lao Tzu
According to Buddhist master Sazuki, one of the primary principles in life we must learn to accept, is that change is constant.
“Without accepting the fact that everything changes, we cannot find perfect composure. But unfortunately, although it is true, it is difficult for us to accept it. Because we cannot accept the truth of transiency, we suffer.”
Everything changes in life, my friends, it is the only certainty in this world. Yet, most of us resist it with every fiber of our being, and this gives rise to suffering.
So realize that life is constantly changing and evolving. Our minds are changing, the cells in our bodies are changing, the world is changing, and so we must learn to welcome change as a part of our natural human and spiritual evolution.

HABIT 7 – LIVING IN THE MOMENT

"Do not dwell in the past, do not dream of the future, concentrate the mind on the present moment." - Buddha
n our current world it can be very difficult to be present in the moment. Our cell phones are always going off, we have to be at work by a certain time, we get paid on a certain day, and so many other time sensitive matters dominate our society. But mindfulness of the present moment encourages us to refocus, quiet the mind and be in the now.
This, of course, does not happen over night. It takes practice and with time we can learn to quiet our minds and be rooted in this present moment, which is all that truly exists — everything else exists solely in the mind.
So be mindful and pay attention to your thoughts, and bring yourself back into the moment accordingly.
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