|EFFECTIVE SUPPLEMENT FOR MIND DEVELOPMENT|
Rainforest Herb (with added Nootropics!) Gives You Lasting Mental Energy Throughout the Day...
With Recharge, you won’t find a better brain booster or memory enhancer. Plus you’ll support your immune system and boost your physical performance. And there’s no mistaking … you’ll feel the kick right away.
Your brain has a huge appetite for choline. It's the primary building block for acetylcholine, your brain's key neurotransmitter. Your brain uses it to maintain clear communication between trillions of neurons. You need it for all the basics like thought, memory, focus, attention, and sleep. It even controls how you move. Your muscles receive commands from your brain via acetylcholine. But like many nutrients, your supply of choline drops as you get older. And a lack of choline puts you on the fast track to mental decline, like:
- Poor recall and memory loss.
- Fatigue and/or lack of energy.
- Brain fog and/or a sense of confusion.
- Inability to catch on, or learn new things.
- Feeling distracted or irritable.
Recharge restores choline levels and further supplements key nutrients that support your mental process, such as melissa officinalis – that encourages blood flow and helps to protect brain cells from dying; and eugenol - that protects the physical structure and blood flow in the brain, as well as encouraging brain-cell renewal, high-level thinking, concentration and powers of recall.
You'll notice the lift right away. If you do crosswords, you'll finish them in a fraction of the time. Things like organization, recall and comprehension just fall into place.
When you read something, you "just get it." When someone is explaining something, you understand what they're getting at before they even get to the point. You move into a feeling of extreme alertness. You're aware of everything and it's all so clear.
The processing speed of your brain gets a triple-turbo boost. It's like stepping up to one of those super-computers NASA uses for space flight.
One of the experiences is the "alert but calm" feeling. Your focus becomes almost laser-like. And it lasts all day.
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- Trans4mind Training, to master the challenges of living, learn valuable inner guidance skills and acquire greater inner peace through 46 video training workshops and supportive coaching.
- Counterpoint Article Library, selection of quality articles on the subject of personal development and consciousness.
- Transforming the Mind, a manual that aims to describe the process of human conditioning and how to achieve an awakening from this imposition.
- Centerpointe Research Institute, a great support for your meditation practice.
- CogWeb - Cognitive Studies, including anthropology, artificial intelligence, computer science, education, linguistics, logic, neuroscience, philosophy and psychology.
- Lifeskills, seeks to help young people deal effectively with the demands and challenges of everyday life.
- MindTools.Com, lots of information about developing mental abilities in the areas of problem-solving, decision making, memory improvement, and more.
- MindMedia, a guide to self-improvement and mental development on the Web.
- RXDangers, online database providing unbiased information about serious side effects, complications, and interactions of commonly prescribed drugs.
- Drugwatch, educational guide about unsafe prescription medications, OTC and medical devices - and personal stories.
- Cerebral Palsy Group, provides free educational information and support to those who have been affected by cerebral palsy and other developmental disabilities.
- Find a Leading Mesothelioma Lawyer in Your Area, helping asbestos victims locate only the top lawyers in all 50 states across USA.
- University of Texas - MD Anderson Cancer Center, groundbreaking research and innovative clinical care that provide new therapies years before they become standard in the community.
- Online Guide for Living a Longer, Healthier Life.
- Consumer Dangers - learn more about everyday products that can potentially cause harm.
- Nursing Home Abuse Center - educating the public on the risks of senior abuse in an attempt to save lives and rebuild shattered trust.
- Health Information - Great collection of health resources. Understanding health conditions and illnesses, nutrition, healthy lifestyle habits, and how drugs can help or be dangerous, are all important to making the right choices for a healthy and long life.
- Medical Malpractice Center - provides information on different types of medical malpractice, plus state-by-state malpractice laws and limitations in hopes of reducing these types of injuries.
- Quit Smoking Community, which helps people to quit.
- Freedom From Smoking, supporting a smoke-free world.
- Campaign for Tobacco-Free Life aims to end smoking-related diseases and environmental disasters.
- American Cancer Society promotes health through education and awareness.
- Hub Pages
|BOOKS FOR MIND DEVELOPMENT|
- What Smart Students Know: Maximum Grades. Optimum Learning. Minimum Time by Adam Robinson - successful students are not necessarily any more brilliant than their less successful peers, but have simply mastered the art of efficient learning.
- Study Is Hard Work by William H. Armstrong - the most accessible and lucid text available on acquiring and keeping study skills through a lifetime.
- "Think Like A Genius" by Todd Siler. At the heart of genius thinking is the process that Todd Siler has defined as Metaphorming. It's the process of transferring and transforming new meanings and associations from one object or idea to another. The process of Connection, Discovery, Invention and Application is at the core of genius thinking. It is both simple and common sense, to the extent that some may discount its true power. However, to do this is to reject a very powerful concept - anyone is capable of genius thinking.
- "Peak Evolution" by Lauren Holmes. Peak Evolution is a how-to book for operating as you were designed to... with evolutionary consequences. Anthropologist and futurist, Lauren Holmes, presents a revolutionary but accessible, step-by-step route to continuous and sustainable transformation. This is a brand new approach to achieving the most evolved states known to mankind.
- "The Art of Problem Solving" by Russell L. Ackoff. Wharton School professor and father figure in operations research, Russ Ackoff is brilliant and incisive. He has an uncanny ability to frame problems so the solutions pop out and is funny to boot. There are many parables in the text - a form of exposition to which I am partial - and these clarify some quite complicated analyzes and lead to "morals" such as, "The less we understand something, the more variables we need to explain it".
- "Conceptual Blockbusting" by James L. Adams. The author has a background as an engineer and Stanford professor. He defines various "blocks" to creativity such as stereotyping, judging etc. and suggests strategies to overcome them. The best parts are the exercises peppered throughout the various chapters. Be sure to try these. (Sample: Imagine the sensation of a long attack of hiccups).
- "Lateral Thinking" by Edward DeBono. Vertical thinking, according to DeBono, is digging the same hole deeper. Lateral thinking is digging someplace else. Junior is bothering his aunt who is knitting a sweater. He feels constricted by the playpen and howls. Solution: put the aunt in the playpen where she can knit undisturbed while junior romps outside. Several sets of exercises are included.
- "Six Thinking Hats" by Edward DeBono. DeBono specifies hats of six colors, each associated with a different thinking mode. Putting on the white hat requires you to present facts and figures in a neutral, objective manner. The red hat requires you to present how you feel about "the proposal" emotionally, the black hat what your negative assessments are, and so on. The method is designed to switch thinking away from arguments into collaboration.
- "Serious Creativity" by Edward DeBono. Prolific as he is, it is easy to understand how DeBono can afford to live on his own private island. This book summarizes his other works and gives new anecdotes, business examples and exercises..
- "Creative Problem Solving: The Basic Course" by Scott G. Isakson and Donald J. Treffinger. This is a workbook that comes in a three hole binder and provides detailed instructions on data finding, problem structuring, idea and solution finding etc. The checklists of questions are quite helpful.
- "The Creative Edge" by William Miller. A consultant to major corporations, Miller does a fine job of showing how to enhance creativity in individual and group settings. His discourse on intuitive methods is good, as is his discussion of human values. Methods of achieving "win-win" solutions in the workplace are neat.
- "The Magic of Your Mind" by Sidney J. Parnes. Another book that talks about the creative process, what blocks it and how we can overcome the blocks. Many standard exercises are presented. The sans-serif type is none too easy to read but, to compensate, there is a profusion of cartoons most of which are very, very funny.
- "A Whack on the Side of the Head" and "A Kick in the Seat of the Pants" by Roger von Oech. Nobody would publish his first book so von Oech did it himself and created a blockbuster success that is still being touted by purveyors of manuals on self publishing. It also established his reputation as a creativity consultant and he picked up many prestigious Silicon Valley clients including Apple Computers. Oversize and easy to read. Good graphics and pictures. Fun exercises.
- "Zen and the Art of Making a Living" by Laurence G. Boldt. The subtitle of this book is "A Practical Guide to Creative Career Design" and it is that and more. The best book, by far, that I have come across on how to identify what your strengths are, how to visualize your ideal job and how to go about bringing it into existence. Hundreds of inspiring quotes and dozens of thoughtful checklists. If you go through this book with care, it will assuredly be life changing in addition to thought provoking.
- "Cultivating Inner Peace" by Paul R. Fleischman. The author tries to deliver on the title by defining "inner peace" and outlining simple steps that can be taken to reach the state where the noise and violence is all outside you. He makes reference to powerful role models such as John Muir, Walt Whitman, Gandhi, Thoreau and Tagore and draws lessons from their privations and methods of dealing with them.
- "Skillful Means: Patterns for Success" by Tulku Rinpoche. The patterns of success that Tulku discusses in great detail in this book have to do with self awareness, coping with change and sharing with others. Long before anyone heard the term "emotional intelligence," Tulku was practicing and teaching it. A classic from a master.
- "The Path of Least Resistance" by Robert Fritz. An inspiring book that analyzes the process of creating and the mental barriers that frequently obstruct this, and describes how best to go about achieving new objectives.
- "The Possible Human : A Course in Enhancing Your Physical, Mental, and Creative Abilities" When Dr. Jean Houston began The Foundation for Mind Research in 1965, her aim was to explore cultures in order to uncover the many ways peak human potential was defined and achieved. After extensive research using techniques such as dream work, altered states of consciousness and biofeedback on thousands of subjects, she began to conduct workshops that focused on psychophysical (mind/body) awareness and enhancement to reach a higher level of being. The core elements of these workshops are recreated here through essays and exercises designed to "awaken," in every sense, our physical and mental capacities, and to explore the realms of our inner space and creative processes.
- "Inner Knowing: Consciousness, Creativity, Insight, and Intuition" by Helen Palmer. This new release in the New Consciousness Reader series is a stunning collection of essays from leading authorities on perception, creativity, and intuition. Palmer hopes to offer a classic resource for anyone who wants to commit to developing his or her mental and spiritual powers.