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If one part of success in Silicon Valley is dependent on your ability to stay up all night and code, the other part depends on your ability to think outside the box. Some in the Valley are trying to force creativity by taking LSD. And it’s making them rich.
A quick guide to Nootropics, also called smart drugs, memory enhancers, neuro enhancers, cognitive enhancers, and intelligence enhancers — drugs, supplements, nutraceuticals, and functional foods that improve one or more aspects of mental function.
According to some reports, Nootropics are the expensive reason why successful people can accomplish so much and the rest of us losers can barely get out of bed in the morning.
Where does genius come from? Is it the byproduct of tireless work, developmental happenstance or divine inspiration? The documentary Superhuman: Genius explores this phenomenon by portraying the lives and accomplishments of five individuals for whom cerebral superiority is second nature.
Stephen Wiltshire is a 33-year-old autistic man with an extraordinary talent. He is one of less than 100 people in the world who is recognised as an autistic savant. Whereas some savants excel in mathematics or music, Stephen is an accomplished artist, and is capable of producing highly accurate drawings of buildings and cities after seeing them just once. Although Stephen is today a quiet and confident young man, he endured a difficult childhood as family and teachers struggled to cope with his autism – a condition that was, at the time, very poorly understood and rarely diagnosed.
Cityscapes and buildings quickly became Stephen’s artistic focus, possibly because they represent the kind of stability, solidity and repetition that autistic people often crave. In a short space of time, Stephen became internationally renowned for his strikingly detailed and technically accurate drawings, and since his teenage years he has travelled the world sketching famous buildings and cities.
What you are about to hear is a short audio track designed and prepared by Professor Chris Thorpe (formerly of Staffordshire University), of whom worked closely with three of the top audiologists in Europe to produce this soundtrack.
After taking a little over 4 years to compose by teams of experts, along with tireless research and accuracy this finely tuned ‘work of art’ as it has been referred to by many is now available to people to hear worldwide. It somewhat ‘guarantees’ to influence positivity throughout the mind, creating a bond between the brain and the central nervous system whilst stimulating the pineal gland. Research is still being carried out but to date 98.7% of people tested have reported a very noticeable or drastic increase in confidence and positivity after only listening to this track once.
However Professor Thorpe urges people to listen to it on a regular basis, for at least a week before noticing what he describes as a, “Profound understanding of yourself, along with a deeper understanding of the world around you.” He then goes on to say, “the mind can only be cleared once it understands itself and the space within, however this can take time, listening to this audio track once-a-day for a week should be sufficient in giving clear results. There are different parts of the brain the frequencies within the audio masking stimulate – the left, the right and the central cortex, the frontal lobe is also key here. That is why we recommend wearing headphones to achieve optimal results, the eyes must also be closed.”
Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us. We ask ourselves, Who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, and fabulous? Actually, who are you not to be? You are a child of God. Your playing small does not serve the world. There is nothing enlightened about shrinking so that other people will not feel insecure around you. We are all meant to shine, as children do. We were born to make manifest the glory of God that is within us. It is not just in some of us; it is in everyone and as we let our own light shine, we unconsciously give others permission to do the same. As we are liberated from our own fear, our presence automatically liberates others.
In the first episode of The Rise of Superman video series, some masters of flow — including Travis Rice, Jimmy Chin, Chase Jarvis, Mike Horn, Dean Potter, Danny Way and Ian Walsh — talk about what the flow experience is like for them.
OK, you want to try it? Watch this video before you read any further. Got it? Good. Let’s see how smart you (maybe) are.
In a study run by researchers at the University at Rochester, researchers had subjects watch that same video you just did. They also had them take a standard IQ test. What they found was that people who had an easier time seeing movement in the smaller bars as opposed to the larger ones had—drum roll please—higher IQs. Generally.
Zhou Ting-Jue is an internationally renown Qigong, Tai Chi and Kung Fu grand master who has shocked the world with his abilities to generate extreme heat from his hands and stand on thin sheets of paper without falling through.
Master Zhou, also known as “The Jewel of China”, has been featured on a number of television programs such as Ripley’s Believe It or Not, That’s Incredible and Stan Lee’s Superhumans, and his amazing abilities have been studied and verified by various scientists for decades.
In this three-minute video, Philosopher’s Notes author, Brian Johnson, explains why having self-confidence takes more than just having faith in your ability to succeed.
Surprisingly, and somewhat reassuringly, true confidence actually stems not only from your ability, but from your acceptance that the road to success will be tough. This is because when you have a realistic view about what you need to achieve, and how you’re going to get there, you’re more prepared for any obstacles that come your way.