Tag: mind

 

Thought for tomorrow

“Free your mind from the known, then you are truly free!” –  Captain Walker 2011

Stupidity of the Rock order!

Another Rockian’s email account is hacked.. and spewing porn adverts at me. Well I guess it’s not just a Rockian thing. Dohtishness and laziness flourishess outside of the Rock too. Everybody goes “Oooooh.. but I had a really strong password” and in my mind I say “Bollocks!!”. The guidance fromRead More

Timeleft–follow up.

I’ve been so impressed with TIMELEFT3, that I’ve purchased four licences for the full version!! Auction addicts on Ebay can also benefit from this big time. This thing will watch your fav auctions like a hawk!! LOL. Timeleft3 may look complicated to some, but I assure you that it isRead More

I’ve Lost…

After 5 years of solid battle, I woke up this morning and admitted defeat. Yes – I’ve been battling against sleep for all that time. Last night my ‘biology’ directed, against all my will power, that I take to bed around midnight. I just woke up some 8.5 hours laterRead More

The definitive guide to achieving and maintaining insomnia!

Just follow this guide to the letter and you are bound to succeed in achieving and maintaining insomnia. I am so confident that my guide works that I’m backing it with a £1000 guarantee!! If you provide reliable video and audio evidence that you have tried all items on thisRead More

Like animals ruled as they are

Last night I had an experience – a simple one – most might think, that left me in some degree of bewilderment. I left it alone and allowed my ‘unconscious’ to process it overnight (while I slept). This morning I got up bursting with thoughts. I’m afraid most of youRead More

Jiddu Krishnamurti – the reluctant ‘messiah’.

It has taken me about three-weeks of reading and listening to video material for 15 hours, to come to write this. So much in awe am I, about this great soul. I had read one of his books in my late teens and sadly did not realise at the timeRead More

Thought for tomorrow

“Like a young bird about to take first flight discovers, the ‘freedom’ that awaits invokes fear – and later having mastered ‘freedom’ the youngster ‘thanks’ parents or siblings for giving that all important push!” – Captain Walker 2011

Of Justice and hunger

Research evidence has revealed that how lenient a judge might be is related to how close s/he is to a meal break! A hungry judge is an angry judge – you might think, and you’d be on the right track. Recidivism amongst offenders also predicted outcomes. However, even after controllingRead More

Inefficient thinking

People (in general – and yes there are numerous exceptions) know how to use household appliances, iron their clothes, make a sandwich etc – nothing surprising there. Some might know how to use a computer, fix a car, or a bicycle. Others may know how to build computers, programme computers,Read More

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