China to evacuate its citizens from India amidst pandemic and rising border tensions: Here are the details of the press release


via China to evacuate its citizens from India amidst pandemic and rising border tensions: Here are the details of the press release

Random Phrases of the day


  1. Birds of a Feather Flock TogetherMeaning: People tend to associate with others who share similar interests or values.
  2. Tough It OutMeaning: To remain resillient even in hard times; enduring.
  3. There’s No I in TeamMeaning: To not work alone, but rather, together with others in order to achieve a certain goal.

Wisdom Quotes


The mistakes of your past form the roots of the wisdom of your future.

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Progress does not happen without change and change doesn’t happen without an open mind.
Progress is impossible without change, and those who cannot change their minds cannot change anything. (George Bernard Shaw)

Never have I ever….


  1. Never have I ever laughed at my own jokes.
  2. Never have I ever been to a professional baseball game
  3. Never have I ever been to a comedy show.
  4. Never have I ever tried to fake my report card.
  5. Never have I ever sung karaoke.
  6. Never have I ever have I been to Las Vegas.
  7. Never have I ever created a Youtube video.
  8. Never have I ever watched Game of Thrones
  9. Never have I ever been to a professional basketball game.
  10. Never have I ever walked into something.
  11. Never have I ever laughed at an inappropriate time.

Facts


  1. It requires seven to eight trees to provide enough oxygen for just one person per year.
  2. Times Square was originally called Longacre square until it was renamed in 1904 after The New York Times moved its headquarters to the newly built Times Building.
  3. The Leaning Tower of Piza is tilted because of the soft soil that it’s built on – which has also protected it from at least 4 powerful earthquakes.

RANDOM acts of Kindness


1. Pay for the lunch of people behind you at a fast food restaurant or behind you in the drive thru.
2. Vacuum the house of a family who just had a baby
3. Make a donation to the charity of your choice. Or volunteer, sometimes organizations need that more.
4. Send a car package
5. Pay the toll for the car behind you.

My new subject of Study – via: NeuroHacker Collective


Let’s define neurohacking, together.
What is Neurohacking?

In the truest sense, neurohacking encompasses an integrative framework for optimizing mind, brain, and body so we can consistently experience beauty, happiness and greater well-being, from which we are able to offer our greatest contribution in life.

There are four foundational categories of neurohacking: mind care, body care, relationships and environment. Exerting energy, in equal balance, within the four quadrants is vital for well-being optimization.

Let’s start by defining each of the core essentials.

Mind Care
This quadrant involves upgrading your mental wellness through practices and interventions that consciously discipline the quality of your thinking itself. This includes things such as: meditation, gratitude practices, writing, playing a musical instrument, or for a less common example, neurolinguistic programming.
Body Care
Body care involves physical practices which primarily affect conscious experience via physiological pathways. Included are proper sleep, good nutrition and movement practices. There are also more cutting-edge body hacks such as nootropic supplements, transcranial stimulation devices, and biofeedback.
Relationships
Humans are social primates. Our experiences and behaviors are affected by the company we keep more than by any other factor. The aphorism that we are “the average of the five people we spend the most time with” is borne out of fundamental truths. If you are not consciously tending to the quality of your relationships, you are not yet seriously neurohacking.
Environment
This quadrant encompasses all aspects of our daily experience beyond the care of body, mind, and relationships. Included are air quality, sleeping conditions, lighting in our homes, as well as appealing landscapes and wilderness. Click below to hear Neurohacker Collective partner, Jason Silva, speak to these very issues in addressing the subject of ontological design.

Explore these topics in depth with our Foundational Guide to Neurohacking
Jason Silva on Ontological Design
Jason Silva video
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