Living Timefully

Are you struggling to get everything done and do you want more hours in your day?

My new Living Timefully self study course is time management but not-as-you-know-it. By changing the speed and the nature of our thoughts, we can control the speed at which times passes by us.
Find out how to get and stay in 'The Zone' so you can double or triple your creative output. Discover too how to be in the right place at just the right time, which of course saves you bags of time. Learn how to control your Personal Time Machine - Your Mind.

The Power of the Placebo Effect

Some remarkable research is being done into the power of the placebo. It used to be thought that they only work if the person taking them didn’t know that they were taking a ‘dummy’ pill. Now it appears that they work if we do know it’s ‘just a placebo’ and not the ‘real thing’. Some amazing people in the US, Prosper Nwankpa and Daniel Jacobs, have built an inspirational site…

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Seven Secrets of Temporal Alchemy

Some years ago, time began to take on an unusual quality for me. On a past life regression course I attended, I spontaneously found myself with the ability to see through time. I found I could see past and future lives in peoples’ auras. I’ve since discovered virtually everyone can do this too. I’ve experienced time slips including jumps forwards by some minutes and jumps backwards some seconds. Time it…

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Where There’s A Will There’s a Way

The dictionary definition of the term ‘will power’ describes it as being “control of one’s impulses and actions; self-control”. Diligent use and controlled direction of our will power therefore has a huge bearing on the management of our time. The reason being that the biggest stealers of our time aren’t external factors like interruption, email or social media. The biggest time thief by far is Us. The reason for this is that the normal human mind is only capable of having one thought at a time. Just think about what you are thinking right now and notice how the thought gets replaced by the thought about the thought. David Bohm famously postulated that when we focus on the content of a thought, we lose its direction and that when we…

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