Attitude is Everything – Scientific Proof Thoughts & Intentions Can Alter The Physical World Around Us

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Dr. Masaru Emoto, a researcher and alternative healer from Japan has given the world a good deal of evidence of the magic of positive thinking. He became famous when his water molecule experiments featured in the 2004 film, What The Bleep Do We Know? His experiments demonstrate that human thoughts and intentions can alter physical reality, such as the molecular structure of water. Given that humans are comprised of at least 60% water, his discovery has far reaching implications… can anyone really afford to have negative thoughts or intentions?

The rice experiment is another famous Emoto demonstration of the power of negative thinking (and conversely, the power of positive thinking.) Dr Emoto placed portions of cooked rice into two containers. On one container he wrote “thank you” and on the other “you fool”. He then instructed school children to say the labels on the jars out loud…

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There is a reason why Owls are the Wiset birds – They’re night Owls (Are Night Owls smarter?)

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INTELLIGENT PEOPLE ALL HAVE ONE THING IN COMMON: THEY STAY UP LATER THAN YOU

According to ”Psychology Today,” intelligent people are more likely to be nocturnal than people with lower IQ scores. In a study run on young Americans, results showed that intelligent individuals went to bed later on weeknights and weekends than their less intelligent counterparts.

In ”Study Magazine,” Satoshi Kanazawa, a psychologist at the London School Of Economics And Political Science, reported that IQ average and sleeping patterns are most definitely related, proving that those who play under the moon are, indeed, more intelligent human beings.

His analysis goes back to ancient times, asserting the idea that even in primitive years, people have been known to rise and fall with the sun.

Average brains were conditioned to follow this sleep pattern, while the more inquisitive, intellectual ones want to defy that pattern and create their own.

It’s an unconscious defiance that comes from refusal to acquiesce to the idea of mass appeal.

These findings are reported by “Study Magazine” as such:

Bedtimes and wake-up times for Americans in their 20s by IQ.

Very Dull (IQ < 75)
Weekday: 11:41 pm -7:20 am
Weekend: 12:35 am -10:09 pm

Normal (90 < IQ < 110)
Weekday: 12:10 am -7:32 am
Weekend: 1:13 am -10:14 am

Very Bright (IQ > 125)
Weekday: 12:29 am -7:52 am
Weekend: 1:44 am -11:07 am

Those with IQs less than 75 went to bed by 11:30 pm on weeknights in early adulthood, whereas those with IQs over 125 went to bed around after 12:30 am. This is no coincidence.

The data supports the notion that all night owls feel: the only real time for living is after everyone’s gone to bed.

Only after dark can we learn, absorb and study the effects of the day. It’s a necessary self reflection that few humans take the time to make.

There’s something to be said about those who fight the urge to sleep and explore that block of uncharted time that so many who always have their eyes closed will never see.
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THEY GET TIME TO DAYDREAM

All those dreams you can’t have during the day, when you’re snapped out of them by friends, family and work, are finally given time to run around.

Free to play in the open spaces of your mind, you can swim in all those thoughts you hid under your desk or behind mounds of paper work. It’s the most creative time of day, along with the most liberating.

It’s by the nightfall that your most uninhibited and passionate sides are explored. It’s the time to unleash your innermost desires and allow yourself the freedom that’s masked behind the taunting exposure of sunlight.

The night is for testing your limits and challenging yourself. It’s for discovering those passions you suppress all day and breaking down all those rules your parents made to protect you.

It’s the time to dig into those hidden corners of your mind and unknown trails of your subconscious. It’s a time of self-expression that can only be unlocked at night and evaluated by day.

THEY ARE ANTI-ESTABLISHMENT

Staying up late has been, and always will be, an act of rebellion. A defiance of the nine-to-five, the very habit of staying up late is revolutionary. Since ancient times, there is evidence that society condoned the night owls.

In the academic paper, “Why The Night Owl Is More Intelligent,” published in the journal “Psychology And Individual Differences,” it’s widely assumed that for several millennia, humans were largely conditioned to work during the day and to sleep at night.

While those who defy the trend, are more likely to “acquire and espouse evolutionarily novel values and preferences than less intelligent individuals.”

These “novel values” become the building blocks of leaders. They are the makings of revolutionaries, inventors and explorers. They are the ones who makes sacrifices and defy the societal pressure to follow the masses.

It’s no surprise that those willing to stay up late, to explore the uncharted territory of night, are more inquisitive.

They are more apt to make discoveries and challenge authority. They want to expand their mind, not shut it off just because people tell them it’s time for bed.

THEY ARE MORE OPEN-MINDED

Things that happen at night are things you can’t get away with during the day. It’s the time of utter licentiousness, of underhanded transactions and unseemly occupations.

It’s when the bars are opened and the poets write. It’s when musicians pore over instruments, geniuses have their breakthroughs and artists come alive. According to “Esquire,” it’s also when you have the most sex.

Healthy sex lives and late curfews are indeed, positively correlated. Those reported to have later bedtimes were buying more sex toys and having more sex than their sleepier counterparts.

One sex shop worker believes that intelligence is correlated with open-mindedness, which in turns correlates with a more open sex life.

Those who are willing to stay awake, who yearn for the mysteries of nightfall, are exposed to an array of discoveries that those who stay asleep will never know. It’s those who are willing to test their limits and explore in the dark who will bring more light to the day.

THEY ARE PROACTIVE

The early bird may get the worm, but the night owl gets the whole jar. While the early risers may get up to see the first worm crawl its way to the wet surface, the night owl gets to them before they burrow under.

Getting up early is most definitely proactive, but staying up late is just as fruitful. Those who stay up get hours ahead, rather than the one or two an early riser gains.

There are things to be explored at night that early risers will never experience. There are ideas formulated and tasks completed that early risers never get to finish.

Because at night, there is dawn and a new day in front of you. But by morning, there’s just the bleakness of night and the daunting end of another day.

Credit: Elite Daily

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Be Like Bacon – Francis Bacon (Knowledge is Power)

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Attitude is Everything – Scientific Proof Thoughts & Intentions Can Alter The Physical World Around Us

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Dr. Masaru Emoto, a researcher and alternative healer from Japan has given the world a good deal of evidence of the magic of positive thinking. He became famous when his water molecule experiments featured in the 2004 film, What The Bleep Do We Know? His experiments demonstrate that human thoughts and intentions can alter physical reality, such as the molecular structure of water. Given that humans are comprised of at least 60% water, his discovery has far reaching implications… can anyone really afford to have negative thoughts or intentions?

The rice experiment is another famous Emoto demonstration of the power of negative thinking (and conversely, the power of positive thinking.) Dr Emoto placed portions of cooked rice into two containers. On one container he wrote “thank you” and on the other “you fool”. He then instructed school children to say the labels on the jars out loud everyday when they passed them by. After 30 days, the rice in the container with positive thoughts had barely changed, while the other was moldy and rotten.

MASARU EMOTO’S WATER CRYSTAL EXPERIMENTS

The hypothesis that water “treated” with intention can affect ice crystals formed from that water was pilot tested under double-blind conditions. A group of approximately 2,000 people in Tokyo focused positive intentions toward water samples located inside an electromagnetically shielded room in California. That group was unaware of similar water samples set aside in a different location as controls. Ice crystals formed from both sets of water samples were blindly identified and photographed by an analyst, and the resulting images were blindly assessed for aesthetic appeal by 100 independent judges. In conclusion, the present pilot results are consistent with a number of previous studies suggesting that intention may be able to influence the structure of water. Here is a photo of the effects direct states of conscious intention has on the structure of water.

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Consciousness has measurable effects on the geometric structure of water crystals. What does this tell us about the nature of consciousness? Is it possible that water is comprised of the same underlying “thing” as our thoughts are? Maybe this is an incentive to give good “vibes” to our food before we eat it. Here is a link to the pdf. file of the original study: http://media.noetic.org/uploads/files/Double-

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147 DAYS OF THE RICE EXPERIMENT DOCUMENTED – LAST DAY

Photos Credit & Original Story goes to: The Mind Unleashed themindunleashed.org

 

Crossfit is a Lifestyle- 60 Days of Crossfit & A Marathon (My Journal)

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Crossfit is a Lifestyle

60 Days of Crossfit

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A Marathon

My Journal

Written by: Ryan Fu @fu_beatz 

“Nothing in the world is worth having or worth doing unless it means effort, pain, difficulty… I have never in my life envied a human being who led an easy life. I have envied a great many people who led difficult lives and led them well.” – Theodore Roosevelt

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After my initial success with my first thirty days of Crossfit, I was feeling good about myself, losing about 14 pounds. I was gaining more confidence about the Crossfit routines but I was nowhere close in mastering all the techniques and learning the proper form for all the lifts. I still enjoyed going to class or just doing the WODs (Workout of the Day) by myself. I love the grind in which the workouts are very intense, just the way I like it because I believe you have to put yourself through a strenuous workout to figure out where your limits are mentally and physically. Right now for me, the physical part of Crossfit is fine because I can deal with the cuts, the bruises, the sore knees, the calluses and the occasional back pain. But the mental part of Crossfit is something I am still getting used to because Crossfit is not all about the workouts, it is about what you do after the workouts, it’s all about the Crossfit lifestyle. Do you take care of your body and eat a clean? Or do you party too much and drink too much? Unfortunately, I was not at the latter and my progress even though I was still in advancing in my workouts, I was falling behind the way I should be living my life, which is the Crossfit lifestyle.

CHECK OUT MY FIRST 30 DAYS OF CROSSFIT- MY JOURNAL

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After my 30 days of Crossfit, I was feeling all the physical affects after not missing a class or workout going Monday to Friday. I had a bunch of bruises on my arms and legs. I had sore knees and wrists. That first week after the 30 days, I had incredible lower back pain but I wasn’t going to miss a class, so I decided just to put Icy Hot on my lower backs before class. What a terrible mistake that was? I thought it wasn’t really working, until the middle of the WOD, when I was starting to build up a good sweat, my lower back started to burn. I was in extreme pain because I put way too much Icy Hot on my back but it didn’t stop me from completing the WOD. After that the painful workout, my back hurt less maybe because I experienced something more painful then a little back pain. But it’s never the physical part of Crossfit that is hard for me; it’s always the mental part of Crossfit.

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Crossfit is all about finding the best person inside you, through hard workouts that will push your body, finding where your physicals limitations are so you can overcome them. The mental aspect of it is probably the hardest thing about Crossfit. I am going to be honest and say I was failing the standards to what you would a Crossfit lifestyle. I still eating healthy, sticking to the Paleo Diet. No diary, I switched to Milk Almond. No grains, I’ve been eating a salad with protein every meal. No Sugar, that’s a little harder for me because I would eat a small chocolate bar or two every day, but that is not my biggest problem. It is the lack of rest and the alcohol consumption. I am a writer in which I do my best writing during late nights with a glass or two sometimes more of wine. I know in some cases that wine can be healthy for you if you just have a glass of wine a day but I’m going thru at least three bottles a week. I find it that when I’m buzzed, I am more creative in my writing, but I know that is affecting my maximum potential as a Crossfitter and of course finding the better version of me. I have to figure out a better system where I can still be creative in my writing and not affect my Crossfit lifestyle.

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Crossfit is not for everyone. It is hard and challenging. If it were easy, the world would be a healthier place. But it’s not easy; it is physically and mentally taxing. It challenges you to break thru your own mental and physical limitations to find the better you. Nothing that is ever worth something to you ever comes easy. You have to go get it and fight for it. I know now that I have to change my lifestyle a bit to maximum my own potential as a Crossfitter and find a better version of myself.

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The L.A. marathon fell on the week after the 60 days, so I decided to run for a charity for my friend who has Peripheral Neuropathy. It is basically a disease that handicaps you from doing anything and you have to stay at your bedside for most of the day.

CHECK OUT OUR ARTICLE FOR RUNNING A MARATHON FOR THOSE WHO CAN’T

CHECK OUT MY RACE PICTURES FOR THE 2014 LOS ANGELES MARATHON 

I decided to run for her and for anyone else who couldn’t run a marathon. Granted, it was a thoughtful idea but it was also moronic because in the last three months the longest I have ever ran was probably five miles. But this is what Crossfit gives to people, the confidence to conquer anything in front of them. Knowing that no matter how much pain and suffering is involved with a certain activity it will never equate to all the days you torture your own self in the gym. Crossfit makes you stronger physically and mentally. I did the race with the thought hopefully running at least 10 miles to raise money for my friend. But I ran it and did 16 miles, raising more money for her.  After 60 days I have lost 20 pounds and felt stronger as ever. Also, I did an extra mile in the marathon, just because the Crossfitter in me wanted to do an extra rep.

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It’s all about the lifestyle. 

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FRIDAY’S THOUGHTS- If you could kill someone and get away with it, would you?

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FRIDAY’S THOUGHTS….

A NEW FEATURE: Moral Questions/Practical Answers.

If you could kill someone and get away with it, would you?

 Written By: Doc G @rorymcqueen33

This of course is in a world with no god, laws, and if you want, no memory of the act to haunt you. So if you kill someone slowly and want to enjoy the memory you can, but if you kill someone fast and don’t want to feel guilt, bingo, it’s erased from your memory the moment it’s done. Really the question is do you have it in you to take a life? Remember there is no God to judge or punish you, in fact there is no such thing as sin (good world to live in)

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Then the question is who would you kill?

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This can range from your asshole fat fuckhead brother in law to the Priest who molested you as a child. It can be someone famous, or that homeless dude on the corner you see everyday. It can be Taylor Swift, Lady Gaga or it could be your fuckhead brother in law. I’ll even throw in figures from history. You want to kill Hitler, kill him, you wanna kill a fuckhead from New Jersey, kill him, your choice.

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Finally, how would you do it?

This is where you get to have fun, I’m not just talking about shooting, stabbing, strangling your brother in law to death with your bare hands type killing. I’m giving you the power to give that person any disease, like make that priest die slowly of cancer or give leprosy to your fuckhead brother in law. They can drown in a flood, or burn in a freak lightning storm. You can even have them run over by a Domino’s delivery guy, but taken from personal experience, if it doesn’t kill you, it will hurt.

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Til That Day…Good Thoughts

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