Dancing with the Hologram

by Zen Gardner, Guest, Waking Times You have to admit, even if all of this is a construct for some seemingly unknown purpose, this is an incredible world we’re inhabiting. This spontaneous creative Force we’re engulfed in and intrinsically interwoven into is absolutely spectacular despite all the obstacles we encounter. That there’s an invasive parasitic force at work trying to gum up the works and usurp this magnificent design and claim whatever weirdness it simulates as some sort of alternative reality is absolutely ludicrous, yet this is the contest humanity and our planetary existence finds itself in. What is wonderful and should … Continue reading Dancing with the Hologram

How to learn with zero effort

(Credit: Getty Images) The brain’s capacity is unlimited, if only you use it correctly by David Robson How to supercharge the way you learn What is the easiest way to learn? David Robson meets a group of scientists and memory champions competing to find techniques that make facts stick… fast. Face to face with the world’s leading memory experts, my mind is beginning to feel very humble. Ben Whately, for instance, tells me about the famous mnemonist Matteo Ricci, a 16th Century Jesuit priest who was the first westerner to take China’s highest civil service exams. The exam was an … Continue reading How to learn with zero effort


You can’t tell just by how she talks or flirts, but there is another easy test. by Amber Madison There’s not much you can know about sexual chemistry without having sex. You can’t judge a girl’s sexual prowess by how she talks or flirts. But if there’s any somewhat-reliable indication, it’s good, old-fashioned kissing, which is way more important to sex than it’s given credit for. If you feel she’s a bad kisser—she’s tightlipped, or slobbery, or bangs teeth, or doesn’t know how to use her tongue—that could very well translate to how it’ll be in bed. Having said that, there’s … Continue reading HOW TO KNOW IF A GIRL WILL BE GOOD IN BED

10 Signs You’re Committing Financial Suicide Though You Don’t Feel You Are

BY DJORDJE TODOROVIC Being able to properly handle your finances is one of the things that proves that you are a mature person. This is easier said than done, and even if you are in possession of some extra cash at the end of each month, it’s still not proof that you’re being responsible. In other words, simply not being irresponsible does not necessarily make you a prudent individual. The act of financial suicide is not something that happens instantly, it is something you have plenty of time to back out from. Unfortunately, we can constantly see how people are … Continue reading 10 Signs You’re Committing Financial Suicide Though You Don’t Feel You Are

What Happens When These People Realize Their World is Not Real?

by Waking Times Sundays, a film by Mischa Rozema and PostPanic Pictures. This brilliant short proof of concept film elegantly dramatizes what happens when people first realize that their world isn’t real. A metaphor for our times, this matrix like reality begins to crumble, leaving the characters with the possibility of an awakening. From VIMEO: Set in Mexico City sometime in the future and starring US actor Brian Petsos and Mexican actress Sofia Sisniega, SUNDAYS is an ambitious philosophical science-fiction proof-of-concept short. The end of the world seems like a nightmare to Ben. A memory of a past life that doesn’t … Continue reading What Happens When These People Realize Their World is Not Real?

“You” Don’t Exist: Why an Enduring Self Is a Delusion

Mindfulness practice increases our capacity to ride the waves of pleasure and pain. By Ronald Siegel What if our therapeutic goals of improving self-esteem, developing a stable and coherent sense of self, and identifying and expressing genuine, authentic feelings all turn out to be symptoms of delusion? And what if the current mindfulness craze—if we take it seriously enough—changes who we think we are and what we’re trying to do in therapy? Like atomic energy in the 1960s, mindfulness is lately being seen as the cure for everything. Depression, anxiety, alienation, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, financial difficulties—you name it and … Continue reading “You” Don’t Exist: Why an Enduring Self Is a Delusion

Root Canals: The horrible truth revealed

by Robert Harrington Did you know that root canals can have untold, negative effects on your health? People are slowly discovering the hidden dangers of root canals as more medical professionals speak out about their dangers. Here is what you need to know. Dr. George Meinig, author of Root Canal Cover Up, said it best when he quoted Dr. Weston A. Price as follows: “… when infected teeth produce disturbance in other parts of the body, it is not necessary that the quantity of infection be large, nor is it demonstrated that it is necessary that organisms pass throughout the … Continue reading Root Canals: The horrible truth revealed

Science that could improve the lives of people with autism is being ignored

Applied behaviour analysis has helped families of children with autism go on holiday together for the first time. Thomas Hawk/flickr, CC BY-NC  By Mickey Keenan The economic costs associated with autism spectrum disorder run at £32 billion per year in the UK, more than heart disease, stroke and cancer combined. For children with autism this includes special education services and the costs of their parents not working as much in order to care for them. In the UK, costs for adults are even higher and include residential care or supportive living accommodation and limits on the work they can do … Continue reading Science that could improve the lives of people with autism is being ignored

Little Known Fact: Police Can Track You With Your Printer

by Joshua Krause By now most of us know that the government can read our emails, and listen to our phone conversations. They even know where we are at all times, especially if we use GPS. But their ability to track us goes way deeper than that. In some cases, they don’t even need you to carry a voyeuristic gadget to track you down. In fact, if they ever get a hold of something you printed from your computer, they can find you. Canon and Xerox both design their printers to embed a code on every page they ink. If … Continue reading Little Known Fact: Police Can Track You With Your Printer

Vatican’s chief exorcist warns that practicing yoga is ‘satanic’

By Jonathan Benson | Natural News The successor to Father Gabriele Amorth, the Vatican’s former chief exorcist for 25 years, has come out in condemnation of fantasy novels and yoga, declaring both to cause demonic possession. Speaking to The Independent (UK), Father Cesare Truqui explained how the Roman Catholic Church has seen a steady uptick in reports of demonic possession all around the world, and that popular culture pastimes like reading Harry Potter novels and engaging in Vinyasa are largely to blame. The popularity of many modern television shows, movies and novels that glorify “demonic” creatures such as vampires and … Continue reading Vatican’s chief exorcist warns that practicing yoga is ‘satanic’