You do not need to live your life in fear!



Crafty operators used the formula below to manipulate us into entities that can be led by our noses


I have been studying religion, philosophy and spirituality for more than forty years now. I invested labouredly in time, money, energy and dug deep and intensely for the reason why man come to this plane. I even at the age of twelve found it impossible to grasp why a loving God will allow you and me to wake up in this slanted shit hole saddled with a mission to identify the right church, accept a specific savior and live an impeccable life, all in an unknown lifespan or face the possibility to be tormented and toasted forever. What confused me even more was that I might have been “posted” in a wonderful home with caring parents that guide and feed me while I receive a superior education while you in turn were “posted” with a single mother, never knew your father, get inadequate and substandard schooling while you wondered where you next meal will come from. Both of us will be judged, weighed and measured by God when we expire according to the dogma of many churches. There is a possibility that one of us might get a pass to heaven while the other will be shipped off to a place called hell where he/she will be tormented and toasted in the most gruesome manner for all eternity.

Everyone is thus on this plane to attempt to find the right religion, the correct holy book and appease the God perception in that holy book. It must be remembered that we are playing for the quality of our everlasting life during this single exposure to this dimension. Some of us might have a life time to achieve these objectives while others might be extracted after a few years of trials and tribulations. Our mission is not only to find the right God, church and live a quality of life that would allow us to qualify for heaven. We are exposed to a fight for survival financially and otherwise from a young age. We are apparently also exposed to an evil invisible entity that is using all the tricks in the book to corrupt, test our loyalty to God and confuse us. We are as you can see knee deep in the shit virtually from birth. Our chances of success minuscule according to the dogma of those that claim that they are the guides to everlasting bliss.

I concluded after careful deliberation and contemplation that it is absolute nonsense to buy into the rubbish that we were fed in this regard from early childhood. I decided at a young age that I have absolutely no desire to participate in any of these illogical and unrealistic movements that promote this kind of thinking. The more I studied the clearer it became to me that our enemy is fear. We fear pain and we desire pleasure. Crafty operators used this formula to mind fuck us into entities that can be led by our noses. We became like sheep and follow these “spiritual leaders” while they steal our time, money and resources. The God perceptions and dogma that they present to us is figments of the imagination of those that came before them that lay the foundation for their scams. I can tell you that there is not a single person that ever speculated about God, heaven and hell that can present you with a morsel of evidence that what they preach are valid. The first so-called enlightened, inspired ones and philosophers speculated about these matters and the current gurus are still doing the same. Some do it better than others, but it all still remain nothing more than speculations.

Set yourself free my dear friend. You do not need to live your life in fear to be a wonderful and caring individual. You can be compassionate and supportive to everyone that cross your path daily, not because you attempt to qualify for heaven or attempt to escape hell. You can do it because it’s the right thing to do. You can live a wonderful and successful life by living your life ONE MOMENT at a time. Do not fear the future or what might happen when you expire. Stop minimizing yourself because you feel you were born in sin according to the myth. Surviving daily in this dimension is difficult enough. Why load all the speculative garbage on your shoulders while you stagger around trying to appease the imaginary God that you have been sold on since early childhood? All you have is this moment my friend. Be the best you can be, not because you fear God, but because you understand that the quality of your choices and actions today will confront you tomorrow. It is not God that is punishing you. It is your own choices that you made yesterday that you are faced with today.

I believe there is an intelligent energy field that we are part of, that we live and die in. I have no reason to think that this is some kind of super human in the sky that meddle in our affairs. This energy field needs nothing from us. There is no need to endlessly convince this energy field of your loyalty and support. You can never be separated from this force. The quality of your life is decided by you and you alone. So go out from now on and live your dream, love your children, forgive those that cause you discomfort and be gentle with yourself.




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Posted by on April 19, 2018 in WISDOM


Words are like bullets/can never be reloaded once they leave/lips.



POWER TOOL: Recall this image the next time you want to say something rude or sarcastic to anyone. Words are like bullets and can never be reloaded once they leave your lips. Look back in your life and think of how many times your words killed the aspirations of your child. Think how what you said or failed to say wounded your partner. Remember how jumping to conclusions cause you to shoot your verbal bullets in all directions. Those that are wise do not pull the trigger and say the first things that come to mind. How many friends, family, strangers still make their way through life notwithstanding the number of your sarcastic or angry bullets that remain lodged in their minds and hearts? Learn that virtually nothing is serious enough to justify the range of wounds that our words leave in those we claim we love. Our objective on this planet is to learn, grow, mature and become love. A loving and mature person understand that their words can also forgive, heal, encourage and repair.


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Posted by on April 18, 2018 in WISDOM


How to get everything you’ve ever wanted in life/saying the right words.



The words with which you communicate determine the quality of your life. This is true whether communicating with others or with yourself. Especially with yourself. The impact of words actually causes measurable biological changes in ourselves. And in others. Words are stored in our conscious and subconscious minds. We think in words.

Certain words incite many emotions and subsequent actions. Words have the power to induce someone to laugh, to cry, to be kind, to be loving, to be cooperative, or to buy. Or be unkind, angry, or irrational. Whether words are written or spoken, they have enormous power. Of course, when words are spoken, the added factors of voice timbre, emphasis, emotion . . . all have the potential to cause even more impact.

This book offers many concrete examples of using simple words to produce certain results. This may sound like a form of manipulation. Actually, it is. But, here is the important distinction that needs to be made. Manipulation can be either positive or negative. I define negative manipulation in this context: the use of words that causes others to act for the benefit of the communicator. Positive manipulation is when certain words tend to cause responses that are of mutual benefit to the speaker or writer and the person with whom you communicate.

The techniques I’ll reveal to you have all been developed in a win/win context.

Here is what few people seem to realize: People all over the world really want to accommodate their fellow humans. But they must be approached properly. It’s my experience and observation that many people do not give much attention to the people we meet in life and who have positions on the lower end of the job scale. In fact, some people not only ignore them, they are rude and insensitive to them.

Here is a big mistake. I believe every human being should be treated with dignity and respect. Reason? People in service occupations, for example, such as waiters and waitresses, the health club attendants, golf and tennis assistants, hotel desk clerks, rental car agents, office clerks, etc. have an ongoing power to add so much quality and meaning to our lives. Little people mean a lot.

So, Rule Number One:

Treat the “little” people in your world with dignity and respect. Learn their names and background information by asking questions. Think about it. Who do you think will get special consideration when it is requested? The open and kind caring person? Or the person who treats the “little” people as though they were invisible? The answer is obvious. I’ve found that the “little” people I’ve taken time to know have enormous power to make my life more enjoyable and add real quality to each day. Plus, it’s fun to make lots of new friends.

It’s been proven by the experts that body language communicates with as much impact as the words we speak. Therefore, to enhance their power, practice saying the secret words with:

* a smile (you can even hear a smile on the telephone);
* a warm, rich tone to your voice;
* enthusiasm in what you request;
* good eye contact;
* a firm handshake;
* sincerity-you can’t fake friendliness;
* a purposeful posture-standing tall; and
* a manner that communicates an expectation that you deserve and expect to get what you request.

I submit that with each person we come in contact, we have, in a certain sense, the opportunity to market ourselves. To be liked or disliked. Of course, the more people like us, the happier they are to be helpful.

I use “magic words” every day of my life. Here they are revealed to you, dear reader, for the very first time anywhere.


Unless you first learn to communicate with yourself, you will not be very effective communicating with others. The silent words we all say to ourselves produce feelings. These can be positive, happy and life-enhancing, or negative, unhappy and detrimental to us.

Silent Words Are Heard!

You literally affect and change your nervous system by your internal dialogue. While I will focus mainly on the silent words, it’s important that I at least touch on another vital aspect of communication to ourselves and to the outside world.

We communicate both to our inner self with the world outside as much by the way we use our body as in our words. And our body messages, along with words spoken or silent, help create our emotion. Of course, we also hear silent words in the voice pitch and quality we choose, for our unspoken voice is heard. We hear a whiny, sleepy, apologetic voice, or we hear a rich, strong energetic voice when we speak to ourselves through internal dialogue.

In addition, if you sit slouched and speak softly and slowly with a yawning voice tone, tell yourself you are learning about communication as you begin to feel a lack of energy and drowsiness.

Any doubts? Try this test. Read the previous paragraph and see how you feel. Let yourself really experience the feelings your actions produce within you.

Now try this standing up. Walk briskly and purposefully across the room – head back, good posture. Sit comfortably, but keep your back straight as you sit in your chair. Speak silently to yourself in a strong voice with energy. Tell yourself you are learning about self-communication as you feel growing excitement about all the new benefits your new knowledge brings to your life. Let yourself really experience the emotions. See the difference!

The way we use our body muscles, facial muscles and posture is critical to our self-communication. Even how you use your eyes. It’s almost impossible to feel up if you continually look downward, especially with a frown on your face. And it’s almost impossible to feel down when you are looking straight up with a smile on your face.

Try it!

In summary, communication with the outside world, written or spoken, first starts with self-communication. Self-communication starts with the way we use our body along with the silent words we say to ourselves. The loudness of the inner words, along with the richness of tone used when we say them combine to produce our inner emotional state. Interestingly, our communication to others reflects this inner state. It can’t be hidden, at least not for long.

How to get the very best table in any restaurant

Key words are: “Celebrating Tonight”

When calling for a reservation, say, “I’d like the very best, most special table you have. We’re celebrating tonight. What can you do for us?”

If you bring your spouse on a date instead of a client or friend, say instead, “I’d like the most romantic table you have in the corner, so we can sit side by side. We’re celebrating tonight.”

If the maitre d’ asks what you are celebrating (unless, of course, it’s a birthday, anniversary, sales achievement, asset purchase, or other special event) say, “We’re celebrating . . .


By Ted Nicholas, Author of
Magic Words That Bring You Riches

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Posted by on April 18, 2018 in WISDOM


Surprising Longevity Lessons from The World’s Healthiest People.



A Greek island, Okinawa, Sardinia, Costa Rica and Loma Linda, California. What do they have in common?


Otherwise, they don’t eat the same things, don’t do the same things and aren’t even trying to be healthy. They just are.

If centenarian women on the Japanese island of Okinawa can’t find enough men their age, they should look to Sardinia and Costa Rica for their male centenarian counterparts.

1. Blue Zones

Writer Dan Buettner traveled the world for more than a decade searching for the places where people lived the longest and healthiest. He named those places “blue zones,” an anthropological term for identifying areas with the longest-living people.

He and others interested in the subject also looked into the reasons for longevity and offered dozens of them. His are the “Power 9”:

  • Move naturally

  • Know why you wake up in the morning

  • Make stress-relieving rituals part of your daily routine

  • Stop eating when your stomach is 80 percent full

  • Eat beans

  • Drink wine regularly

  • Belong to a community

  • Have close family connections

  • Have close friends and strong social networks

Those are just a few of the lessons we can learn from the healthiest people, the blue zones being the first. We follow with the other 14.

2. What They Eat

All of our sources agree that diet is a key factor in longevity. Variously, their lists include:

  • Seven times more vegetables than meat

  • Five cups (1.2 liters) of green tea a day

  • Seaweed

  • Grass-fed eggs

  • Apricots

  • Yogurt

  • Sprouted bread

  • Mineral water

Buettner cites the Mediterranean, Nordic, Okinawan and Asian diets as the secret lessons of regional populations. But, he doesn’t explain what is called the “French paradox” of apparently doing it all wrong when it comes to healthy eating.

France has one of the lowest obesity rates in the developed world, and its people live longer lives, all without diet concerns. The French love their food; it’s rich, fatty, heavy in carbohydrates, lots of cheese and chocolate. Research suggests it isn’t as much about what you eat, but how. The French tend to eat small portions, don’t snack and eat slowly. Their cheese is moldy (think penicillin) and they consume red wine consumption in moderation. They also walk everywhere.

3. Low Stress

In her book, 50 Secrets of the World’s Longest Living People, Sally Beare notes her subjects—traditional populations in Okinawa, Japan; Burma; Bama, China; Campodimele, Italy; Symi, Greece; and Hunza, Pakistan—live long lives because they have little stress. They tend not to have bills to pay, something the American Medical Association cites as being responsible for 60 percent of American illnesses and diseases.

4. Think Spiritually

Many of those who live long lives spend time in prayer, meditation and the like. It appears those activities lower blood pressure and prevent several diseases. Research has found that just spending time alone in contemplation is a good stress-reliever.

5. Hum, Sing, Breathe, Laugh

It’s all about oxygen. Those actions are akin to deep breathing, which draws in more oxygen, which is beneficial to the body’s cells and helps prevent cancer. But, you may not want to do much of that if you live in a polluted environment. Read on.

6. Air, Soil Quality

The world’s healthiest people tend to live in remote areas that have not yet been polluted by carbon dioxide emitted by vehicles or by pesticides.

7. Mind Games for The Brain

Fitness writer Ben Greenfield points out that living a long time is not of much benefit if you are senile. Playing games stimulates the mind, he says, and in many areas with the long-living populations, residents play complex games regularly. For example, the Chinese play “Go” and Greeks play backgammon.

8. Move

That means the activity of any kind, not changing addresses unless you seek a healthier environment. Again, the healthiest people also tend to be the hardest-working. Break a sweat once in a while.

9. Get Married or Get A Dog

The choice is yours, but one Nobel Prize winner for his health studies says humans as social creatures need the company of others, and they need to love and be loved. Marriage may not always provide that, but a dog would.

10. Have A Relationship, The Good Kind

Psychiatrist Robert Waldinger has been involved in a 75-year study of adult development and happiness. In a 2015 Ted Talk, he said a primary conclusion has been, “Good relationships keep us happier and healthier. Period.” People who have good relationships also are physically healthier and live longer than their non-connected counterparts, he said. Other experts say those relationships also protect your brain, and relationships, rather than died, are the reason for Costa Rica being one of the blue zones.

11. Fast One Day A Week

Cardiologist Aseem Malhotra studied the residents of Pioppi, Italy, with more than its share of centenarians and no residents with diabetes. His main emphasis was on cutting sugar consumption, but the last item on his list of how to live to 100 was, “Once a week, fast for 24 hours, if possible.”

Larry and I usually do liquid Mondays, so each Monday we only do tea, soups, smoothies, plus we do Intermitten fasting for the rest of the week.

12. Happiness

Happiness was on most lists for living long and healthy lives, but Greenfield notes it isn’t necessarily about being happy yourself; it also can be about making others happy. He suggests devoting time to a good deed, volunteering, or simply visiting a retirement home and talking to residents to cheer them up.

13. Drop Drugs

No, we’re not talking about “dropping” something like LSD (even though psychedelic medicines are important as well); it’s about dropping the use of pharmaceuticals. It turns out those Hunzans in Pakistan live to 100 without the help of drug prescriptions. Some of the men are even fathering children at the age of 90.

14. No Chemicals

Those same Hunzans are not exposed to chemical additives in their food. They don’t use pesticides to grow their food and they don’t ingest chemicals or have exposure to them. They spray their fruit trees with a water-and-ash mixture.

15. Look Good

The final recommendation for healthy living is looking good. That doesn’t mean you need to be beautiful. Italians don’t just ingest olive oil, it’s also a good skin treatment. Many women combine it with lemon juice to improve their complexion and soften their skin. So take care of your body and enjoy many more extra years of healthy living, happiness, and fun.


By Larry & Oksana Ostrovsky / BeWellBuzz

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Posted by on April 17, 2018 in WISDOM


Who is the happiest man in the world?



Who is the happiest man in the world?

If you Google it, the name “Matthieu Ricard” pops up.

Matthieu Ricard, 69, is a Tibetan Buddhist monk who has been called “the world’s happiest man.”

That’s because he participated in a 12-year brain study on meditation and compassion led by a neuroscientist from the University of Wisconsin, Richard Davidson. Davidson hooked up Ricard’s head to 256 sensors and found that when Ricard was meditating on compassion, his mind was unusually light.

Simple Capacity details the findings:

“The scans showed that when meditating on compassion, Ricard’s brain produces a level of gamma waves — those linked to consciousness, attention, learning and memory — ‘never reported before in the neuroscience literature’, Davidson said.The scans also showed excessive activity in his brain’s left prefrontal cortex compared to its right counterpart, allowing him an abnormally large capacity for happiness and a reduced propensity towards negativity.”

Ricard — who says he sometimes meditates for entire days without getting bored — admits he’s a generally happy person (although he feels his “happiest man” title is a media-driven overstatement). He spoke with Business Insider at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. Here’s his advice for how to be happy.

Stop thinking “me, me, me”

To Ricard, the answer comes down to altruism. The reason is because thinking about yourself, and how to make things better for yourself all the time, is exhausting, stressful, and ultimately leads to unhappiness.

“It’s not the moral ground,” Ricard explained. “It’s simply that me, me, me all day long is very stuffy. And it’s quite miserable, because you instrumentalize the whole world as a threat, or as a potential sort of interest [to yourself].”

If you want to be happy, Ricard says you should strive to be “benevolent” which will not only make you feel better, but it will also make others like you better.

(That’s not to say you should let other people take advantage of you, Ricard warns, but you should generally strive to be kind within reason.)

“If your mind is filled with benevolence, you know — the passion and solidarity … this is a very healthy state of mind that is conducive to flourishing,” Ricard says. “So you, yourself, are in a much better mental state. Your body will be healthier, so [it] has been shown. And also, people will perceive it as something nice.”

That all sounds great in theory, but how does a person actually become altruistic and benevolent and not let selfish thoughts creep in?

Start training your mind like you’d train to run a marathon

Ricard believes everyone has the ability to have a lighter mind because there’s a potential for goodness in every human being (unless you’re, say, a serial killer, and there’s something actually chemically abnormal going on with your brain).

But like a marathon runner who needs to train before he or she can run 26 miles, people who want to be happier need to train their minds. Ricard’s preferred way of training his is meditation.

“With mental training, we can always bring [our level of happiness] to a different level,” Ricard explains. “It’s like running. If I train, I might run a marathon. I might not become an Olympic champion, but there is a huge difference between training and not training. So why should that not apply to the mind?… There is [a] view that benevolence, attention, emotional balance and resilience are skills that can be trained. So if you put them all together, you could say that happiness is a skill that can be trained.”

OK, so how does one train their mind to be happier?

Just spend 15 continuous minutes per day thinking happy thoughts

Start by thinking happy thoughts for 10 to 15 minutes per day, Ricard says. Typically when we experience feelings of happiness and love, it’s fleeting and then something else happens, and we move on to the next thought. But Ricard says instead, concentrate on not letting your mind get distracted and keep focused on the positive emotions for the next stretch of time. And if you do that training every day, even just 2 weeks later you can feel positive mental results. And if you practice that for fifty years like Ricard has, you can become a happiness pro too.

That’s backed up by neuroscientists by the way. Davidson found from his study that even 20 minutes of daily meditation can make people much happier overall.


By Alyson Shontell / Business Insider

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Posted by on April 17, 2018 in WISDOM


Most of the stuff you fear is nothing more than toothless paper tigers.



Man fear failure, pain, loss, embarrassment, rejection, and a wide range of other stuff. Why do we allow the element of fear to play such a devastating role in our lives? The main reason seems to be that we don’t want to endure pain, discomfort and anxiety because we don’t enjoy the feelings that flood our body and mind. Have the thought ever cross your mind that we don’t fear the same stuff universally? Some of us will allow a spider to sit in our hand without showing any anxiety or fear. Some of us will give a speech in front of a massive audience and enjoy it. There are those that seem to be immune to verbal abuse and rejection. A thick skin repels verbal abuse like a rug treated with a soil repellent. The reason why we have different fear patterns is because those that conditioned us during childhood had different things that they feared during your formative years. There are certain fears that are more universal. Religion and politics in the area where you grew up is usually responsible for specific fears. Fear became a universal control system that is used openly, but more often than not subliminally by governments, religion, banks etc. to put you in an almost endless state of fear. Look around you and you will discover that the whole system was designed to control the masses. The more we fear the thicker the walls become around us that keep us a prisoner. We fear rejection and take endless abuse by our partner. We fear financial pressure and eat the abuse of a slave driving boss daily. We fear crime and build prisons with high walls with barbwire that we live in. We are also controlled by our fear of other races, religions, political groups and the potential of disasters like earth warming or the second coming of Christ. We often fear Muslims and Muslims hate (form of fear) Christian. Can you see the endless invisible chains that keep us locked in a state of mental paralysis? The only way that you can escape the fear trap is to see things as they are and not the way that your controllers want you to view them. Take anything you fear and start researching it. Make it your business to fully understand the dynamics of the subject of your research. Dig deep and ask questions. Knowledge will set you free. Knowledge shines a light in the dark dungeons where fear hides in your mind. Most of the stuff you fear is nothing more than toothless paper tigers that make a lot of noise. Be bold and select one subject today that you would like to expose to the light. I guarantee you that there is virtually nothing that can threaten you once you start applying this principle. Remember someone is benefiting from your fear. Ask yourself who is benefiting from your state of fear and you will identify your fear source and at the same time grasp his/her or their motivation.




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Posted by on April 14, 2018 in WISDOM


Misunderstandings are the major cause of disputes.


Explain to your children that it is important to understand that every person is busy writing their own story in their book of life. Every person on this planet sees things from his/her personal perspective. No two persons view or experience things the same. You might think that something is obvious while other have a totally different take on the matter at hand. It will thus be silly to expect that friends, family and even strangers will see things from your perspective. Tell your child that he/she can avoid a lot of pain, frustration and conflicts when he/she fully understands that each person is living in his own world that he created for him/herself. We often feel rejected if a friend, someone at school with us or a stranger fails to act the way we expect him/her to respond. The biggest pain inducer that you child will ever be exposed to is his/her expectations. Life is very unpredictable. Your best friend today can become your worst enemy two weeks from now. Your friend possibly made an assumption about you based on false information given to him/her by someone else. It will be silly to feel wounded because you failed to sustain the relationship. You cannot control the thoughts and feelings of anyone. The best you can do is to confront your friend and ask him/her if your friendship is still ok. Listen what he/she say before you respond. Clarify any misunderstandings in a calm and relaxed manner. Move on if he/she reject your clarification or apology.                

We give away our power when we have high expectations, hopes and dreams for someone else. We give such person ample opportunity to disappoint or frustrate us. We need to remain realistic and accept that there are an endless number of things that can happen and go wrong in relationships. Misunderstandings are the major cause of disputes. You give people control over you if you have unrealistic expectations. Teach your child to enjoy his/her relationships. Also teach your child that relationships can fail like most things in life. Show your child that it is sometimes necessary to walk away from relationships when it becomes a one-sided experience. It might be painful for a while, but will heal. Teach your child to be careful who they associate with. A person with a radically different focus on life can influence your child to go outside his/her norms. The desire to be or remain acceptable can influence your child to get involved in behaviour or things that could cause long-term damage.                 


 Parents must understand that “fear of loss” and “fear of rejection” is major obstacles that your child will need to learn to manage. Show compassion when your child run into relationship problems. It might be a “storm in a tea cup” according to your perceptions, but could be a major issue for your child. Being isolated at school or not accepted in a group can be a painful experience. It is important that you carefully go through the principles above with your child long before he/she is put to the test. Parents keep in mind that you developed your own perceptions about everything as well. Do your best to see whatever is bothering your child from his/her perspective.     



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Posted by on April 14, 2018 in WISDOM

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