Abraham explains the secret of their new Guided Meditations CD and User Guide entitled “Getting Into The Vortex”. Then they comment upon the use and misuse of “effort”, and reveal the ultimate process – “The Big One” – for getting into the Vortex, where all dreams come true.
In 1974 a man with a communications disorder made history when he ordered a pizza over the phone with a talking computer built by Michigan State University’s Artificial Language Laboratory. He tried calling Dominoes four times, but they thought it was a prank and hung up on him. But another pizza delivery service took the order.
Motherboard explores a unique church in the heart of Hollywood, Florida where the parishioners believe that immortality is attainable through the progression of science and technology. In addition to physical eternal life, they also believe that technology will advance to the point that humans will no longer have to endure the setbacks of a biological body through having their consciousness digitized into a computer.
In the future, men who cannot find a warm human lover will simply buy a robot wife that will be able to fulfill all of his needs, including sex…
The Matrix isn’t a science fiction fantasy… Listen and learn…
In this amazing thought experiment, Alan Watts proposes that if you were God, with all the power in the universe at your disposal, you would eventually get tired of fulfilling all of your greatest fantasies and eventually choose to forget that you are God, in order to experience the amazing gift of Life as if for the very first time. If you were God, you would want to be surprised. And the life you are living — right now — is that surprise.
Also read: How to Experience the Dream of Life
If there are infinite parallel universes, there must be a universe in which you never die. Congrats. Or condolences.
Learn more here: Do You Live Forever in a Parallel Universe?
A video about how fast technological progress is going, how much technology has improved the world and the potential for technology to solve our most pressing challenges. Inspired in part by the book Abundance by Peter Diamandis and Steven Kotler, and by the video Shift Happens 3.0.
The guy who is speaking at the end is Peter Diamandis. The whole talk can be seen here…
What keeps us happy and healthy as we go through life? If you think it’s fame and money, you’re not alone – but, according to psychiatrist Robert Waldinger, you’re mistaken. As the director of 75-year-old study on adult development, Waldinger has unprecedented access to data on true happiness and satisfaction. In this talk, he shares three important lessons learned from the study as well as some practical, old-as-the-hills wisdom on how to build a fulfilling, long life.
Read more about this study at MindPowerNews.com