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Absurdities rekindle childlike patterns, encouraging rejuvenation throughout the brain and body – sometimes, believing impossible things really is good for you.

REVITALISE YOUR BRAIN THROUGH ABSURDITY THERAPY

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   What have you seen, heard, or touched today, that you have never encountered in your life before? You will be hard-pressed to come up with an answer. This is because the well of new things to see and do gradually runs dry as we get older. A ‘first’ (a virginal sight of sound, etc.) is like a rare butterfly sighting. But this can all be changed, for we have an amazing power-tool called the imagination. By using the imagination we can invent, create, even lie to ourselves and discover ‘firsts’ (novel sensory inputs).

   Why should I want to invent or create?

The brain is jogged by a major event – something new and/or absurd. Children live in a world of absurdity, they have yet to see and know it all; for them, there still exists skeletons in cupboards, fairies at the bottom of the garden, and Santa Claus in Lapland! This newness, ‘firsts’, is unlike normal brain energy; general run-of-the-mill brain stuff doesn’t require extra attention, but absurdity does. An unidentifiable idea enters the brain and has no friends (matching data); it is an absurd/new concept. Your eyes can hardly keep up with children playing in a playground because they are full to the brim with biological energy. Children, because all is new/absurd to them, ceaselessly convert virginal sensory input into energy. The more energy the child expends the more the body reproduces. The child perpetually sees new, and burns energy to leave room for more newness.

RAW COSMIC ENERGY

   If you create a song, poem, or picture, you are using raw cosmic energy. A planet, man, animal, or plant, all came into being through the manipulation of raw cosmic energy. Raw cosmic energy is latent substance, which when manipulated in a certain way creates life, objects, or whatever. 1,000 years ago there was no such thing as an aeroplane. Since then many people have manipulated raw cosmic energy (in the form of mental energy) and converted it into physical reality. A little child is channelling raw cosmic energy incessantly, because all is new and unknown. Try this little mind exercise so that you can get a taste of this novel stimulus.

NATURAL BORN CREATOR  

Do you know that you are a natural born creator? As a child you had no trouble bringing a toy soldier to life and sending it off to war, or believing that your doll was real and needed motherly love. Let yourself go and allow your childlike imagination to take the reins. Think the most illogical things that you can, then incessantly repeat these illogical ideas within the brain. The brain will electrify with pure cosmic energy. It is what the brain yearns for but rarely gets. That is why the brain becomes sluggish; it likes new stuff, not the old and dull that occupies every minute of the day. No wonder the brain reacts to absurdity by filling your heart with gladness and your veins with childlike energy, for the brain is reborn, consciously reborn by you, the higher self.

YOU HAVE CREATED AN ABSURDITY – HERE’S HOW TO SQUEEZE THE LEMON

  

An octopus playing basketball

Prepare for meditation in the careful way you always do and bring your absurdity to the foreground of your mind, for instance: ‘An octopus playing basketball’.

   See the weird creature juggling the ball between eight sinewy tentacles; imagine the super speed that he could bounce the ball using each of his slippery arms. In your mind’s eye create a game for ten minutes using the octopus dribbling and spinning the ball amongst the other tall lanky basketball players helplessly trying to get back the ball. Give the eight-armed star a face and a name; he must become real to your senses. Perhaps you brushed past him in your attempts to recapture the ball; imagine how wet and slippery he must feel. He would smell of the sea and fish, and on the rare occasion you hold the ball it has all these sea elements on its surface.

   Absurdities rekindle childlike patterns throughout the brain and body; in terms of sense datum the practitioner’s biological clock immediately rewinds. In the next example it is possible to activate and witness sensorimotor activation: ‘Imagine that you have two invisible limbs, such as two extra arms’.

   Imagine that you have two long tentacles alongside your arms. Starting at the shoulder blades the phantom limbs stretch a hand’s length further that your real arms. The next time you’re in the kitchen, imagine reaching out for things in cupboards and drawers with your new additions. Persevere and you’ll get a shock by the fact that you’ll actually begin to feel the phantom limbs!

   Continue in this way to deeply impress upon your brain the ideas of your new absurdities. See if you can come up with at least one bizarre or illogical concept a day. Remember that absurdities lie in books, television, and in real life.

ZING CAPSULES

   Pure essence of mind, or ‘first’, creates biological energy: fusion occurs in the sun between hydrogen atoms to make helium. Chemistry is spontaneous interaction, especially between atomic and molecular systems. A pure thought (latent energy) fuses with physical matter and is converted into biological energy. This biological energy I refer to as ‘zing capsules’. Absurdities induce fleets of these ‘zing capsules’ (atoms filled with biological energy) which zoom around the body distributing childlike energy at various destinations. As an absurdity in itself why not visualise these billions of ‘zing capsules’ charged with energy speeding around the body and brain. Below is some more food for thought.

If you have found this article interesting why not read more in my book:  ‘Use your Brain to elongate your Cell-by-Datehttps://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07WDVCX9Q

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Tackling the new-wave of mental patients

We have a new wave of mental patients, and there is a second, third, and a forth wave to come. So how will health carers tackle the post viral pandemic dilemma? The experts inform us (UK) we have an epidemic of young people suffering with psychological problems. Ironically the advice comes from the very device that is tearing the public’s brain to shreds- media overdose!

The UK, especially in the south, has rising figures of stabbings and knife attack related deaths spreading terror on our streets; speak to youngsters living in these high-risk London boroughs and you’ll find most of them are tooled-up – carrying a weapon. Repeating news bulletins showing graphic images of violence besiege the TV channels and social media networks 24 hours a day. We used to enjoy family soap operas with plots about every day life with likable characters and some humour, but now they are dark and negative programs with plots that highlight knife stabbings, shootings, bullying, kidnapping, and racism. These soap operas illuminate, almost promote, the dark-side of what goes on in our society. And when you have watched your soap opera that has just tackled a fire-breathing beasts of a subject like domestic abuse, leaving you tingling with negative energy, they put a charity/ society you can get in touch with if you are experiencing difficulties in those areas. Decades back, before internet and social networking, youngsters were shielded from such atrocities that nowadays smack them in the face from the moment they hop out of bed.    

2020 has delivered us the coronavirus pandemic, flooding out shores with media dominance that has taken over our very existence. Life will not return to the way of 2019. Many of us have lost family members to this invisible reptile that crushes the very breath out of stricken virus victims. Yes, the life we knew, for infant children and grandparents, is a distant memory. When mankind steps out of the aftermath of the pandemic and tries to pick up the pieces of his life he will appreciate the outdoors, nature and her plants, blue skies and the planets with their accompanying star lights. He will cuddle his young more often and a little bit tighter. Many people will not be able to mentally recover from this global catastrophe and they will need professional help – bearing in mind the very people qualified to treat these mental issues are only human themselves.

Perhaps the answer is that you and I are the best people to treat our mental issues. No one else can see our memories feel our pain and understand how we arrived at the crossroads we now stand at.

The tips I give below are not end-of-all-your-trouble tips but there are some ideas to help to stop you falling deeper and deeper into depressive states.  

1) Watch only one news program a day.

2) Newspapers  report the same news as TV channels. Why not read a great novel instead of the newspaper. You can catch up on all the news in a weekend newspaper/magazine.

3) Soap opera plots are totally unrealistic and needlessly negative – you would do yourself a favour by switching them off!

4) Why not learn to meditate. Find a private hideaway at home or at work, gently close you eyes and allow your breathing to slow down. Now watch your thoughts as they come and go and try to remain aloof and dispassionate. If you are not used to meditating it will take you a while to get into it, but it will be well worth your effort.

5) Go for a walk with nature. Pick flowers and berries; smell their gorgeous aromas and inspect them. As you walk in the fresh air with nature tell yourself that nature can heal you. You and I are a part of nature. Life and all the animals and plant life are the one vibrating cell of energy.  

6) Turn off the mobile phone and play with your children. If you don’t have children go outside for the day and take a picnic basket and enjoy the outside world with your spouse or friends.

I have written a book which is full of fun and creative mind exercise that can recreate the way you viewed the world as a child and in turn you will look and feel younger in very little time. You will read true-life accounts of people who through working with the mind exercises have enjoyed remarkable healing, rejuvenation and spiritual experiences.

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Tackling the new-wave of Mental Issues

We have a new wave of mental patients, and there is a second, third, and a forth wave to come. So how will health carers tackle the post viral pandemic dilemma? The experts inform us (UK) we have an epidemic of young people suffering with psychological problems. Ironically the advice comes from the very device that is tearing the public’s brain to shreds- media overdose!

The UK, especially in the south, has rising figures of stabbings and knife attack related deaths spreading terror on our streets; speak to youngsters living in these high-risk London boroughs and you’ll find most of them are tooled-up – carrying a weapon. Repeating news bulletins showing graphic images of violence besiege the TV channels and social media networks 24 hours a day. We used to enjoy family soap operas with plots about every day life with likable characters and some humour, but now they are dark and negative programs with plots that highlight knife stabbings, shootings, bullying, kidnapping, and racism. These soap operas illuminate, almost promote, the dark-side of what goes on in our society. And when you have watched your soap opera that has just tackled a fire-breathing beasts of a subject like domestic abuse, leaving you tingling with negative energy, they put a charity/ society you can get in touch with if you are experiencing difficulties in those areas. Decades back, before internet and social networking, youngsters were shielded from such atrocities that nowadays smack them in the face from the moment they hop out of bed.    

2020 has delivered us the coronavirus pandemic, flooding out shores with media dominance that has taken over our very existence. Life will not return to the way of 2019. Many of us have lost family members to this invisible reptile that crushes the very breath out of stricken virus victims. Yes, the life we knew, for infant children and grandparents, is a distant memory. When mankind steps out of the aftermath of the pandemic and tries to pick up the pieces of his life he will appreciate the outdoors, nature and her plants, blue skies and the planets with their accompanying star lights. He will cuddle his young more often and a little bit tighter. Many people will not be able to mentally recover from this global catastrophe and they will need professional help – bearing in mind the very people qualified to treat these mental issues are only human themselves.

Perhaps the answer is that you and I are the best people to treat our mental issues. No one else can see our memories feel our pain and understand how we arrived at the crossroads we now stand at.

The tips I give below are not end-of-all-your-trouble tips but there are some ideas to help to stop you falling deeper and deeper into depressive states.  

1) Watch only one news program a day.

2) Newspapers  report the same news as TV channels. Why not read a great novel instead of the newspaper. You can catch up on all the news in a weekend newspaper/magazine.

3) Soap opera plots are totally unrealistic and needlessly negative – you would do yourself a favour by switching them off!

4) Why not learn to meditate. Find a private hideaway at home or at work, gently close you eyes and allow your breathing to slow down. Now watch your thoughts as they come and go and try to remain aloof and dispassionate. If you are not used to meditating it will take you a while to get into it, but it will be well worth your effort.

5) Go for a walk with nature. Pick flowers and berries; smell their gorgeous aromas and inspect them. As you walk in the fresh air with nature tell yourself that nature can heal you. You and I are a part of nature. Life and all the animals and plant life are the one vibrating cell of energy.  

6) Turn off the mobile phone and play with your children. If you don’t have children go outside for the day and take a picnic basket and enjoy the outside world with your spouse or friends.

I have written a book which is full of fun and creative mind exercise that can recreate the way you viewed the world as a child and in turn you will look and feel younger in very little time. You will read true-life accounts of people who through working with the mind exercises have enjoyed remarkable healing, rejuvenation and spiritual experiences.

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THE LIFE STOPPING CHANGE OF 2020

The lockdown due to the Coronavirus pandemic has enforced us to put a hold on our regular way of our life. It is the same for all us, which is most unusual, because normally things happen to us as individuals, say, the loss of a loved one, and that can change a person’s thinking and way of life, but this pandemic has caused a collective pause to life as we know it. The world has been subjected to the wrath of Nature herself, and never mind, be you queen or pauper; no one is impervious to her dark forces. However, there are different ways of looking at this interlude, and the result could conclude this historic period in our lifetime wasn’t all to do with negativity.    

We all have self-harming habits that have been bullying us for a long time, and the lockdown, stopping us from shopping, playing sports, drinking in pubs, clubs, eating junk food, gambling on machines, gorging on exotic foods in restaurants, indulging in clandestine extra marital affairs, and all the luxuries we take for granted, has broken many vicious circles that imperceptibly ran our lives. The temptation to pursue many of our set routines has been denied us, and the key to our makeshift prison cell (home), has been confiscated.

But have you not seen a bright yellow sun, peeping over the horizon, symbolising to you that many wonderful things have come out of the lockdown period. Has there not been a complete re-evaluation of your life and how you have been conducting it? Have you found an extra supply of money weighing down your trouser pockets because of these restrictions binding you to the house?  The other day I got in my car for the first time in weeks; I noted I had a full tank of petrol; I had no way of holding back the smile that crept across my face. I had to own up to the fact, I had not missed sitting behind the wheel, squeezing it like a stress ball, and roaring like a fire-breathing dragon at motorists because I was late for work or stuck in traffic.

There has been a lot of negative news about married couples becoming abusive to each other, through spending concentrated time in the close confines of their home, and I am sure frustrations in families have boiled over, but there are two sides to every coin, and you can’t tell me that some relationships during lockdown haven’t seen the flames of romance rekindled through spending quality time together.  

With teenagers there is a peer vs. family tug-of-war going on, and usually peers win because teenagers spend more time with their peers. They have much in common, such as music, schoolwork, dating and social media link-ups. It can appear to parents that their child is like a twig on the surface of a rippling brook flowing away into a distant horizon. During lockdown parents and children (teenagers) have been enforced to see more of each other and communicate in a physical sense rather than via mobiles and social media. In recent weeks the never ending stream of distractions for both parent and child have been eliminated, this has allowed parents and children to form new, stronger bonds and realise how much they have been missing through having hectic lifestyles.

On a spiritual level, the pandemic has been an awakening for the world as well as the individual, and ‘awakenings’ often leaves a person standing at the crossroads of life and making the choice to take a new path.  I just hope that when we eventually pick up from where we left off in life, we take some of our newly formed habits with us and uphold some of the values the lockdown has taught us. I know that I most certainly have reshaped my life during lockdown and I will be reluctant to go back to many of my old ways of living.

1) Write down what you feel were negatives in your life pre-lockdown.

2) Write down what you think have been the positives for you during the lockdown period.

3) Write down the positives you would like to take with you into post-lockdown.  

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THE UNKNOWN

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Hobgoblins, dragons and suchlike, although frightening, fed our virile child imaginations. In later life we come to have no fear of the unknown. Adults recognise everything as either true or false; there are no hobgoblins in the cupboard. The innocent world of mythology was a dark world of surprise and absurdity in childhood; adults have no creepy absurdities, they always think they know what’s coming next. Reintroduce outrageous concepts and feed them one by one to your imagination. For instance, what would say is the greatest achievement of your life? Think carefully and then write about it. Let me tell you my greatest achievement:

YOUR GREATEST ACHIEVEMENT

Once upon a time I was a sup-microscopic microbe (a sperm), swimming against billions of sperms. I swam in what was undoubtedly the world’s largest shoal! One single microbe beats all the other microbes in the shoal to get first to the ovum (the female unfertilised egg cell) and then fertilise it. Why did I win the greatest fight of my life? Was I the one spirit waiting to be reincarnated? I often deliberate and thank my lucky stars that I won the greatest fight of my life. 

VISUALIZATION FOR THE UNKNOWN

To achieve the unknown I begin with a familiar visualization: I’m walking over sand dunes at dawn; a heavy electrical storm crackles over the angry surf. Needles of rain make fast puddles of my footprints as I cross soggy sand dudes. Looking out from the cliff tops the dark beach is visible lurking in the shadows running up the shoreline. I want to stand before the crashing grey waves on the beach below. So I leap off the cliff edge and float majestically down towards the beach. It takes me ten times longer to reach the beach than it would a falling pebble. I remove my boots and wade into the rough outer limits of the sea. Suddenly from out of the depths something emerges. In a following flash of lightning standing before me is a gigantic reptilian! Leaving a vortex of water, it stands up on two legs in all its glory a hundred feet in the air. The creature’s head disappears roaming amidst the dark low clouds. The parting sea swishes around its ankles and tail. A sudden thump from my heart animates my legs. I run through shallow salt water with lead-weighted legs. I turn, and in the dim illumination stare into two orange pumpkins; they are the monster’s eyes! Magically I float upwards past the cliff face towards the storm clouds; up, and up and away till the coastal region looks like a map below me. Soon I’m up in space. It is dark and mysterious; yet I don’t feel alone. I’m correct, for in the distance there is a meditating Indian Yogi. I float towards his area and join him in meditation. Other Yogis in space meditate and send their healing energies down to the world. I remain for fifteen minutes before I journey back.

15 minutes later…

Now the surfs are calm and a soft breeze blows. I float down with the seagulls to the beach and lie under the hot sun. Tranquillity surrounds me. I enjoy the beautiful peacefulness. Create your own story by simply digressing from one of your regular visualisations. Search for unknowns in your life, e.g., get up one working morning and drive to the coast – who knows what will happen?

If you found this interesting there are many more mind exercise in my book:

‘Use your Brain to elongate your Cell-by-Date’

 

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YOU CAN FEEL LIKE A CHILD AGAIN

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We may not be children, and life as an adult certainly doesn’t amount to simplicity. However, we can take a leaf out of the child’s book and find ways to energize the brain and body in a similar way to how we did when we were young. What did you enjoy doing as a child? Let’s say you delighted in bike riding? If you don’t have a bike, see if you can borrow a bike from someone, or buy a second-hand one, and go out bike riding; you will feel the same exhilaration you felt when bike riding as a child.  Why not try it for yourself and see how uplifting it can be? Forget all your troubles for a while! Be like a child again.

AN ACTIVITY YOU PERFORMED AS A CHILD

Most of the things we do from day to day we have performed a thousand times before, such as, shaving, taking a shower, getting dressed and tying up our shoelaces; eating breakfast, driving to work, so on and so on. Not any of these routinely performed daily tasks are exactly stimulating. That’s why the brain coordinates the instructions for you to perform these task at almost an imperceptible level of consciousness.  It is a completely different ball game when you suddenly make the decision to go bike riding after decades have flown by since you last sat your bum on the saddle of a bike.  Now your brain has to go to its archives and find those ancient instructions that you painstakingly programmed as a child. So it may take a few minutes for your body to follow the old instructions, but after a wobbly start, you’ll soon be riding your bike down the road. Because you haven’t ridden a bike for so long, it will feel like a new operation.  The brain thrives on novel stimuli, and in turn, you will feel a sense of sheer joyfulness. Or put another way, you will experience pure childlike fun.

WRITE ABOUT HOW THE BIKE JOURNEY OR ANY OTHER ACTIVITY MADE YOU FEEL 

When you arrive home, hopefully without grazes to your knees and elbows, write about how it made you feel to be back on a bike again. Make a note of anything that caught your attention on your journey. Jot down anything that you might read at a later date that will give you the buzz to go out bike riding again.

VISUALIZATION

You might think, but I am not well, I can’t go out bike riding or do many of the outdoor activities I enjoyed as a child.  Fear not, you will not be excluded from the game. If you practise visualizing yourself in action, enjoying your particular favourite activity as a child, your brain and body will respond in almost the exact way to actually performing the activity.

Sit quietly or lay down in your bed, gently close your eyes, and concentrate on your breathing – take some deep breaths and slowly exhale while concentrating on making sure the operation is performed as smoothly as possible. When you feel you are ready to go out to play, try to get an image in your mind of how you looked as a child. Then conjure up an image of the activity you want to perform, say bike riding, swimming, or tree climbing. Now try to see yourself performing the activity, Try to feel yourself in action. If at first you find it difficult to see inner images, don’t become too concerned, with regular practise inner sights will come to mind.

If you find this interesting, there are many more exercises of this nature in my book  ‘Use your Brain to elongate your Cell-by-Date’