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Neurofeedback
Joyce E Green
A Tale Of A Shrinking Tumor

It was earlier this past summer that I was visiting my parents home, and we were discussing my theory on frequencies and illness. I have been given, just in the past 2 years, the ability to read people’s body frequency.
The healthy body frequency is betwe…

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Neurofeedback
Joyce E Green
What Is Frequency and How It Relates to the Human Body

What Is Frequency and How It Relates to the Human Body
by Joyce
Some of you have heard me talking a lot about frequencies lately. “Your frequency is too low”, or “You need to raise your frequencies”, I might say. But what exactly does this mean?
Underst…

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Brain Hacking
Alexander Brosda
Unlocking Your Potential: Training Your Brain for Effective Goal Achievement

Achieving goals requires more than just ambition; it demands a strategic approach that involves training your brain to think and act in ways that support your objectives. Whether your goals are personal or professional, adopting a proactive mindset can si…

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Brain Hacking
DREAM
The Healing Power of the Brain Spa

If you’re someone who’s been through a tough time, faced trauma head-on, and are searching for a way to find your equilibrium again, this is for you.

The Power of the Mind

Let’s kick things off by acknowledging the incredible strength that resides withi…

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Neurology
Radhika Sharma
What do we get from meditation?

Harmony and Quietness: By reflection we can steer our psyche toward harmony and tranquility. It can assist us with supplanting shamefulness and work on the psychological state.
Profound Development: Reflection permits us to obviously perceive our spirit m…

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Neurology
DREAM
**Retreat to a Brain Spa: Your Escape from Stress and Overwhelm**

If you’re in the pursuit of tranquility amidst the chaos of life, I’ve got an oasis for you: a Brain Spa. This magical haven isn’t just a place; it’s a mindset that lets you unwind, recharge, and nourish your weary mind. So, let’s dim the lights, put on o…

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Neurology
Ravi Vaid
Unlocking the Secrets to Radiant Health: A Holistic Approach to Wellness

In our fast-paced world, achieving optimal health and well-being has become a top priority for individuals seeking balance and vitality. Discovering the key to radiant health is like uncovering a treasure trove of knowledge that can transform your life. I…

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Neurology
Nelli Mackenzie
Bridging Science and Esoterica: 100 Studies on Mystical Practices and the Intersection of Rationality and Mysticism

Science and esoterica, or the study of the mystical and occult, may seem like two completely different worlds. Science is based on empirical evidence and logical reasoning, while esoterica is often associated with spiritual practices, paranormal phenomena…

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Neurology
Fred Ojei
The brain health

As the old saying goes, “you are what you eat,” and when it comes to brain health, this couldn’t be more true. The foods we consume have a direct impact on our brain function, memory, and cognitive abilities. In other words, our brain needs the right kind…

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Nootropics
Rosy M.
Unleash the Power of Frankincense for Optimal Brain Health

Have you ever heard of frankincense? It’s a resin that’s been used for thousands of years in various cultures for its unique aroma and medicinal properties. But did you know that this powerful natural substance can also boost your brain health in unexpect…

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Neurology
Bethany Thomas
Brain immortality: possibility or a myth?

Uploading the mind into a computer is one of the likely paths to human immortality.

Despite scientific breakthroughs every year, the human brain is still poorly understood. The idea of transferring consciousness from the brain to the new artificial body …

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Neurology
Isabella Dawson
What is genetic engineering and how does it work?

Modern genetic engineering allows you to “turn on” and “turn off” individual genes, programming a new genotype, including the human one. Genetic engineering is used to obtain the desired qualities of a mutable (genetically modified) organism.

Unlike trad…

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Brain Hacking
Ian Hosein
A Brief Analysis of Divisions in The Brain.

Two hemispheres of the brain see things differently. The left is there to manipulate. The right is there to relate and overall understanding. Do we need both? Why yes, but the left has been taking over Western Civilized Thought. People have begun minimali…

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Neurology
Olivia Smith
The brain spa or how to overcome chronic fatigue

Stress and anxiety are common problems we face every day. In most cases, people are stressed at work and worry about rising costs or bad news. By accepting negativity, we become tired, sleepy, and drowsy. Take care of yourself, take a break!
This article …

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Neurology
Olivia Smith
Biochemical water purification - technologies for life

Recently, the media has reported that biological water purification is one of the greatest scientific and technological achievements of the last 150 years. On the surface, this claim seems exaggerated, as it was during this time that airplanes and missile…

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Brain Hacking
The Christ Dialogue
Allow yourself to receive change in Christ.

In my last article, I put forth the idea that a spiritually healthy community begins with the individual. As individuals, we are all susceptible to spiritual drowsiness, and it is to our mutual benefit and edification that we remain watchful of ourselves …

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Neurology
Bethany Thomas
Biofeedback Therapy: Uses and Benefits

The present time is an age of instability, chronic pain and anxiety, a crazy pace of life, and total fatigue. The human body, often, cannot withstand such a load on the psyche. And as a result, there are various failures in the nervous system which lead t…

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Neurology
Bethany Thomas
Biohacking: The Art and Science of Upgrading the Human Being

There are ways to prolong one’s life: man has come up with drug therapy, organ replacement, cloning, and even cryopreservation. But recently a new method has appeared that attracts those who are ready to spend hundreds of thousands of dollars on their hea…

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Neurology
Demi Powell
The future is already behind us. Or inside?

This is a wide spectrum article that covers all aspects of 3D manufacturing technology, including biological tissues, organs and cells for medical and biotechnological applications. Topics include nanomaterials, biomaterials, frameworks, 3D printing techn…

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Neurology
Demi Powell
Gene therapy: meet the medicine of the future

In the XX century, medicine and pharmacy made an incredible leap. A wide variety of medicines were created and put into widespread practice — from antibiotics to the first therapeutic antibodies — thanks to which the health and well-being of many people s…

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Brain Hacking
Meera Shah
From Employed to Self-employed

Have you ever sat with your head in your hands and thought, ‘I don’t know if I can do this any-more’. It’s Sunday evening and the thought of another week at your job filled with politics, stress, deadlines, long hours and unnecessary meetings fills you wi…

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Brain Hacking
Alexis Suarez
Extending Human Capabilities through Information Technology Applications and Infrastructures

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Expanding Human Capabilities through Information Technology

Applications and Infrastructures

Numerous examinations investigate the manners by which data innovation can achieve enhancements in individuals’ lives by considering parts of how i…

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Brain Hacking
Tommy Strickland
The Neurologist Who Hacked His Brain—And Almost Lost His Mind

THE BRAIN SURGERY lasted 11 and a half hours, beginning on the afternoon of June 21, 2014, and stretching into the Caribbean predawn of the next day. In the afternoon, after the anesthesia had worn off, the neurosurgeon came in, removed his wire-frame gla…

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Neurology
Frankie Lynch
Plans for First Space Nation ‘Asgardia’ Revealed, Citizenship Applications Opened

Get ready to pack your bags because there’s a new nation in town, or rather in space. Scientists have unveiled plans for “Asgardia”, a floating nation and defender of the Earth with room for 100,000 citizens.

Dr Igor Ashurbeyli of the Aerospace Internati…

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