supernoetics

    The notion of purpose in life at first may seem ill-defined and even unscientific. But that’s not so. Straight away, there is real science. The sense of purpose has been studied extensively and a growing heap of research is pinning down what it is, and how it affects our lives. Remarkably, people with a greater […]

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    When was the last time a doctor asked you about positive symptoms? Ha ha! I thought not. But this doctor is very interested in floating the idea of positive signs of good health! Of course the conventional medical doctor concentrates only on negative symptoms, which point to some disease or other. That’s what they do; […]

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    This piece is proving extremely popular and people are copying and circulating it already. Please feel free to share it but leave my byline in place! We have many codes of behavior. Mostly interdicts (things that are restricted or forbidden). We have lists of priorities. But what about a code of delight? Should we not […]

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    It’s Christmas! [Do I have to pay Noddy Holder for saying that?] Time for me to offer you a gift; a gift of KNOWLEDGE. He’s Noddy But Nice! Noddy Holder MBE is an English musician and actor. He was the lead vocalist and guitarist of 1970s highly-successful English glam rock band Slade. Their biggest hit […]

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    Last week I quoted a lady whose motto is “The purpose of life is living.” I’d like to add that the purpose of living is to learn. We could never stay as newborn babies; that would not suit the human temperament. Humans instinctively want to learn, to grow, to become wiser. It could be argued […]

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    I’m reading from a copy of the New Scientist (journal) promotional email: Quantum physics has always been a source of mystery and delight. It defies common sense yet we have learned to manipulate these strange phenomena. Hey, is this even the right question? I think we should be saying that “common sense” defies physics. “Common […]

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    Who is living the perfect life? Nobody, for sure. I’m not. But I’m working all the time on improving my life a lot and I think that’s something we should all be doing. It’s NEVER too late to learn how to better your life! I read a marvelous story of a guy who graduated Oxford […]

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    In our modern world, multi-tasking is no longer a skill but a necessity. Most of us run constantly in both the real and virtual realms, maintaining business and personal relationships while juggling the very stringent demands of daily life. I love discovering new self-motivation techniques for myself and sharing them with my readers because I […]

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    Most of you know me by now: I’m always on the lookout for things unusual, healing and… well, remarkable! This story certainly comes under that description. It’s about using the techniques of Supernoetics™ to transform a particularly difficult problem that I have rarely seen tackled by fellow-doctors who write health manuals: stammering. We all saw […]

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    Ironically, Hitler was about killed by his physician Theodor Morell and the meds he prescribed for him. Nazism is in our midst folks, tread very carefully, you are headed for the concentration camps if you disobey. Desperate to protect every dollar of their evil profits, Big Pharma has organized a worldwide crackdown on online pharmacies. They […]

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    Supernoetics™ and Punctuated Equilibrium Supernoetics™ and Punctuated Equilibrium is a recent scientific biological term, to get round the problem that evolutionary changes are not seen from fossil records. Instead of the predicted gradual drift from one species or form to another, populations actually remained stable for very long periods, with no real change for millions […]

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    “Be brave enough to live creatively. The creative is the place where no one else has ever been. You have to leave the city of your comfort and go into the wilderness of your intuition. You can’t get there by bus, only by hard work, risking, and by not quite knowing what you’re doing…” ~ […]

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