"HiR" is the integration of opposites: Him and Her. When we integrate opposites, magic happens. HiR is also Human Intelligence Redefined. When we redefine the way we think, we change the world around us.
A new theory in physics says that consciousness may be the new state of matter. By comparing consciousness to the solid, liquid and gaz forms of matter, he learned that consciousness has 4 characteristics:
Whether you need to raise $50k or $5M, the basic principles are the same. Investors are busy people and they receive pitching from startups all the time. In 2 minutes, you must get investors interested enough that they want to ask questions and learn about what you do.
With a fast growing population of entrepreneurs, it is increasingly difficult to stand out. Old school marketing methods work less and less because they're being overused. Some entrepreneurs get their message across in a way that inspires customers to buy and investors to part with their money.
We know how much we do for others, and we know other people think we're amazing... yet don't quite feel it as true because we know all our faults. We know intellectually that we're good at what we do, that we're beautiful... but we struggle to really experience it as true.
Chess masters can play up to 50 games simultaneously. The world record for solving a Rubix Cube is 4.9 seconds. David Tammet learned one of the world's most difficult languages in a week before doing a live interview on national television.
It turns out that you have the same tool that they have. They just learned to use their mind differently by focusing on a space you haven't noticed.
One of the strangest feeling is being successful and not feeling happy. We're doing well and we've got what we want, yet we have this nagging feeling that makes us feel like it's not enough. Then we remember that unlike many we're not going hungry, we're not scared for our lives, we live more comfortably than the vast majority of the world... and we feel guilty for not being happy with all the amazing things we have
We all seek to be understood, whether by clients, friends or lovers. In school we are taught to listen to others, but not to ourselves. When we learn to be understood, relations become easier and less stressful.
If you could be understood better, what difference would it make for you?
If you ever feel like you shouldn't be drinking so much, that you shouldn't be watching TV so much, or that you have to fight any other "bad" habits, re-think where you are putting your energy.
I love smoking and drinking, and eating fried food, and eating chocolate, and watching TV series... and I'm healthier than the vast majority of people (especially those who try so hard to be healthy) and at 30 years old I've created more masterpieces than the vast majority of people.
You may be unaware of how the words you use affect your life. You may have noticed how some people use words or expressions repeatedly. If they do, it is for a reason. The words we use tell us about our subconscious. There is a direct path between the words we use and the way we experience the world around us.
We a'll have times at which life feels like it's happening despite of us. When everything seems to spiral out of control, or routines and plans are set in a motion, you may feel like you've lost control of your life. I've had this experience many times and found ways to make losing control a positive experience. Today we're exploring a way to practice making losing control more magical.
A Patreon supporter asked about how to become a renaissance wo/man. This is a topic that excites me a lot because I have been inspired by the likes of Leonardo da Vinci from as far as I can remember. Today, we're exploring one aspect of being a renaissance wo/man.
A Patreon supporter told me that if he hadn't met me with short hair and a suit, he would have dismissed my videos because obviously I'm different. He asked to explore what to do with the experience of thinking it's easier for other people / that if you had with other people have, you would achieve the same as them.
"What do I really want?" Up until recently the closest I got to answering that question was "not this!". I was so frustrated with my life because I didn't know what I wanted to do or be. I'm not 100% sure I know exactly what I do want right now, but just knowing that I want something different
I invited him to do a meditation over the next 7 days (description below) and he wrote this in his next weekly meditation:
For the past 2 years, every time I'm visited by friends from abroad, or I post a photo of myself on Facebook, people ask questions about my 6 pack. Here's a long due answer because I notice a lot of misconceptions about health and fitness.
When I dropped out of university, most people thought I was lost... and in many ways they were right. Being lost turned out to be the best thing that could have happened to me. My consistently getting lost started with something my mum told me when I was 10...
If you're interested in the mind, the brain, how we operate and how we experience life, I can't recommend enough that you learn about Dr. Fehmi's work on attention. "Paying" attention is what we do all the time.
Without sex, none of us would be reading Facebook posts, nor looking for cures for cancer. Sex is the fabric of our lives. It is everywhere around us, and yet in my experience, it is not something we speak about often enough in relation to what we do. In one way or another. we're all creators. What happens when you think of your work as sex?
Life is defined as the condition that distinguishes animals and plants from inorganic matter, including the capacity for growth, reproduction, functional activity, and continual change preceding death.
What would happen if computers, phones and other smart technology actually fit that description?
How would you behave differently towards machines around you?
You may remember how life as a child seemed like magic. Everything was extraordinary because everything was new. Life as a child is full of wonders and wondering. It is full of unexplainable worries and fears. It's a bewildering experience that slowly becomes normal and mundane.