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...  DO IT NOW “Tactical strategy” (IF/ THEN thinking in real life) Imagine you are the tactical officer on the bridge of a starship. There are three ships nearby detected on your screen and ...
... never actually DO it now in real life. Okay, here's the thing: your progress will be slower than those who actually really DO the do it nows. Why? Because we are biologically designed to learn from personal ...
... to see ourselves, others, and life in general differently. Whenever we're confronted with conflicting ideals or disappointing results, we should ask, "What's more important in real life than having ...
... to watch out for personally when changing habits. It will also enable you to understand the process of change from the perspective of real life experience, and you only need to learn that process once. ...
... (whether about facts or moral values) is also to believe that one has accepted it for legitimate reasons; in other words that there is adequate proof of its efficacy in real life. Biological morality ...
... the signal clarity (eg., attention, real life experience, reliable formal operations & reasoning skills, reliable allies, enriched environments which provide cheer and comfort and clarity of thought, ...
7. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 3
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... attempting to memorize the list, shopping without it, and seeing what items we forgot. Now here's the trick: the more actual real life inconvenience this causes, the faster memory will get its act together, ...
... best adapt to cope with ever changing circumstances (because that's what real life IS). Autonomy is freedom to explore and play, which is how we learn. Learning provides two types of knowledge: knowledge ...
... fictional constructs (imaginary objects) are metaphorized as and treated like people. In real life, nothing can 'threaten a nation', because a 'nation' is a fictional construct which has no physical body, ...
... instead of hours, and shows us ways to 'change the script' and 'change the plot' in real life, real time strategic situations. This is where we can really start reaping the benefits of connecting and aligning ...
11. Books -The Head Trip by Jeff Warren
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... movies you risk losing your ability to appreciate -- and even notice -- the subtleties and complexities of real life and consciousness, which, to circle back to my original metaphor, is more like a Henry ...
... family or friends who already know our birthdates, bank details and passwords. In real life, however, we don't get interrogated by strangers online using BCI devices, and would get extremely suspicious ...
  Differences and similarities between a matrix and a network   What is a matrix –reloaded [2009] A few years ago I could effectively describe what a matrix was only by giving examples ...
... constructs such as culture, art, language and mathematics. Unsurprisingly, the same processes that allow us to construct things in real life such as shelters, tools, buildings and spaceships, also enable ...
15. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 2
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... all areas of entertainment and in your real life. Don’t hang out with a bunch of dummies unless you want to be a dummy too! It’s actually healthier for you to be alone than to be in the ...
16. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 1
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... is a hack. You’re basically fooling the mind into thinking that something good is happening “out there” in your real life. When the mind gets these signals from the muscles in your ...
... with 'how things work' concepts, congruous association can't happen and we hit an ideological dilemma and get confused. One obvious example of this happening in real life is people who claim to believe ...
... and success. They have developed for its evolutionary needs. Unconsciously, in real life you learned more about physics through congruous association when learning to walk, swim or play ball than you ever ...
... the standard model of cosmology, for example. That's how science works. You make a model of what you think is going on, you test it against the real life evidence and you find how accurate it is. If it's ...
... physical example of someone who is already adept at a skill we require to learn; either on a screen or in real life. In youth it is often our parents and friends that we learn skills from this way. Some ...
21. NOT the Queens Speech
(News/Latest)
... has nothing that can satisfy real human needs in real life; nothing to give life meaning and passion and joy. Fortunately I also did what many of you do. You do what is necessary; what intelligent people ...
22. Physiological methods - Epigenetics - Hacking the genome
(Neurohacking/Methods & Technology)
... believes there is need. That doesn’t mean there actually has to be a real life need, it means the genome thinks there is, because it has received those signals. The tools it holds in storage are ...
... bus!   You can consider this as a token of gratitude towards the spirit of our community being applied in real life situations (from the best to the very worst...), which is what Homeworld ...
24. Alternatives to work
(Homeworld/School & Work Alternatives)
... working on a spaceship, and the system makes sense only because they have pretty unlimited resources. Some can get as far as imagining tribal people who survive in real life without working or using ...
25. Permaculture: the basics
(Homeworld/Permaculture & Self Sufficiency)
... it’s the synthetic law of making a profit that is the priority in agribiz. In real life, if you shop at the typical supermarket, you are forced into supporting mass-production factory farms. Virtually ...
26. Introduction to bushcraft
(Homeworld/Bushcraft & Alternative Lifestyles)
... from both real life experience and the recommendations of special service forces, military & intelligence operatives trained in survival, romany gypsies, hippie travellers and current hunter-gatherer ...
...  DO IT NOW “Tactical strategy” (IF/ THEN thinking in real life) Imagine you are the tactical officer on the bridge of a starship. There are three ships nearby detected on your screen and ...
28. Methods & Technology Intro - Part I: Methods
(Neurohacking/Methods & Technology)
... in executing a skill in real life at the same time as the performance criteria for the task is held in close attention, optimizing neural plasticity and appropriate neural reorganization.   Memory ...
29. Disorders & Problems - Introduction to This Section
(Neurohacking/Disorders & Problems)
... Real Life]. Too much depressing input is bad news at any time, and if you are depressed you should avoid indulging in depressing news on television, in newspapers and online. Let the world get on with ...
... of “helpful” and “harmful”, and we get it wrong. Instead of an accurate and clear understanding of what is important in real life that we need from our culture, we get indoctrinated ...
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