Author Archive | Rick T.

20 Guided Meditations For Beginners

Many people that start meditating find easier to meditate with a guided meditation. A guided meditation is a meditation in which somebody (an experienced meditator) guides the beginner with his voice. The conductor indicates at every moment what the listener has to do in order to meditate. Many guided meditations also contain music in the […]

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Developing a Sense of Urgency When Reading

No more dawdling while reading! Years of reading at your own pace may have created in you some habits that prevent you from reading at full speed. You may wander around the text, become distracted by the surroundings, or passively follow words without being conscious about it. Very likely, you are reading the book waiting for […]

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How To Perform a Walking Meditation

We usually attach meditation to being seated alone, quiet and without any movement. If that is right for the core of meditation, the final purpose of meditation is to bring it to all your situations of life, not only those special moments where you seat. The goal is to make your whole life a living meditation. […]

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5 Books to Become an Expert Enough in Brain Training

Brain training upgrades your experience of life! Brain training exercises can improve your brain in a wide range of cognitive abilities. By upgrading your brain to a faster, stronger and more powerful one you will be able to learn mode, do more, be more. Now, if you want to master brain training you need to […]

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Train The Body To Train The Brain

Body and mind go together! Brain training is no more a matter of sitting down on a chair performing exercises with a pen or a computer. You need to shake your body too! It is well known that what the body does affects the mind. Actually, there is a theory that indicates that the real […]

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How To Properly Feed Your Brain

If you train your brain hard, you have to feed it! When I go to the gym (the body gym) I see many people carrying a plastic bottle with some powder inside. After having done the workout, they mix the powder with water and drink the whole thing. Why? After training, the body starts creating new […]

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Stress Reduction For Dummies

At the end of the 60s, Americans Thomas H. Holmes and Richard H. Rahe created a test to evaluate stress levels called Social Adjustment Scale. Now, it is your turn to pass this test in order to know your stress level. Read the following list, and sum all the points of the events you suffered […]

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Book Review: How To Remember Anything

How to remember any sequence of numbers, how to remember names, how to structure your learning, how to mind map a text or how to speed read any material. These are some of the teachings that you will find inside the first book of Mark Channon, one of the first people in the world to […]

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