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Mind Body Medicine

I’ve been visiting the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM), National Institutes of Health (NIH). If you didn’t know already the new precedent for natural forms of therapy like taijiquan, yoga, and qigong have been officially dubbed “mind body medicine” as viable forms of alternative medicine. This national recognition puts natural therapies in the mainstream alongside current traditional therapies which is excellent news for CAM practitioners.

I’ve also been trying to get a handle on what most people believe and/or understand about mind body medicine. Take meditation for instance. As of late, Mindfulness Meditation has been discovered as a viable means for controlling the advance of HIV in patients.

Now, I’ve looked at the Wikipedia definition of Mindfulness. I also found an interesting reference on the therapeutic applications: “Dr. Jon Kabat-Zinn developed the Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) program. MBSR is a form of complementary medicine offered in over 200 U.S. hospitals and is currently the focus of a number of research studies…”

Mindfulness Meditation is having so much success in the U.S. that U.C. San Francisco is seeking “Participants Sought for Study of Mindfulness Meditation, HIV Progression: The UCSF Osher Center for Integrative Medicine is looking for participants for a study to determine whether mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) slows the progression of HIV. ”

According to Wikipedia, Mindfulness is a deep subject, but is quite simple in practice. I assume that these departments of integrative medicine are pretty much going with the NCCAM concept of mindfulness meditation:

“Mindfulness meditation originated in Buddhism. It is based on the concept of being mindful, or having an increased awareness and total acceptance of the present. While meditating, the meditator is taught to bring all her attention to the sensation of the flow of the breath in and out of the body. The intent might be described as focusing attention on what is being experienced, without reacting to or judging that experience. This is seen as helping the meditator learn to experience thoughts and emotions in normal daily life with greater balance and acceptance…”

Let me tell you how different I am from most people: I thought everyone practiced mindfulness already – until now. Let me ask you something: What are you doing if you’re not in the present moment? Where’s your mind right now if it’s not in the present moment? Is your head swimming with voices pulling you in all different directions? Are you feeling stress from all those inner voices?

I imagine that you’re in the present moment right now, which is why you’re here. But what about all those other people who seek out these experts in “psychoneuroimmunology” at these departments of integrative medicine at these big, expensive hospitals? Aren’t they just relearning their natural functions? It’s like they’re seeking out expert advice to learn how to sneeze again. That’s how I feel about it.

The way I see it, there must be a certain mind pattern that caused these people to become HIV patients in the first place. Think about it.

I’ve already discussed Law of Attraction and power of attraction wherein Heart Knowledge leads to Success. I’ve already discussed mind patterns and how they resonate with other mind patterns through social mood. I’ve also discussed social mood which precipitates all of these social behaviors of which the mind patterns are the root.

You know me. I’m into all sorts of esoterica. This Mindfulness Meditation is child’s play to me because we were born with it. Kids get hyper and distracted because of sugar and mainstream sensationalism like video games, otherwise, kids are extremely focused – when they understand and appreciate the importance. If anything, decadent society trains the natural abilities to focus out of kids what the “experts” want to put back.

I’m all about mind body medicine, but I tend to go over the heads of most people. Like I said, what the “experts” are teaching to people in hospitals and schools is child’s play to me; it’s just a warm up to the meditation exercises that require real discipline. For most people, this is more than enough. Just getting back to your roots and recovering your natural abilities to relax and focus is all you really need. The esoteric stuff has to be something you want.

The difference is you don’t need to seek out “experts” at some department of integrative medicine at a big, expensive hospital, although I might decide to become one of those “experts” if that’s what floats your boat. You have the ability to recover for yourself. All you need is some guidance.

All you need is to follow a few simple instructions. In fact, I provide those few simple instructions for your convenience to take with you in a little book:

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Randolph, HealingMindN Medicine Man

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P.S.S. Here’s one of the latest stories from the Daily Bruin:

Study shows meditation helps immune system (extracts)

Sitting back, getting comfortable and concentrating on the breathing patterns of your own body is how some people use mindfulness meditation to focus.

By taking a step back and learning the art of paying attention to the now, people learn from mindfulness meditation to deal more effectively with many aspects of everyday life, including stress, said David Creswell, a research scientist at the Cousins Center for Psychoneuroimmunology at UCLA.

In recent years, the practice of becoming more mindful and tuning in to ones internal experiences has gained scientific momentum. Multiple research studies have confirmed its beneficial effects in boosting the immune system and thickening brain areas in charge of decision-making and emotion regulation.

(I’m just now beginning to understand that most people are mindless about their internal experiences.)

A new study recently found initial evidence for mindfulness meditation delaying the progression of HIV, the immune system destroying virus that causes AIDS.

Mindfulness meditation seems to prevent HIV progression by reducing stress and strengthening the immune system of HIV positive adults, said Creswell, the study’s lead author.

“This study provides the first indication that mindfulness meditation stress-management training can have a direct impact on slowing HIV disease progression,” Creswell said.

By conducting an eight-week mindfulness meditation stress-management training program, it was found that those who completed the training had more CD-4 T cells compared to those who did not.

These CD-4 T cells are attacked by HIV, leading to the decline of the immune system. Through mindfulness training during the recent study, these cells were protected by the stress-relieving effects of the meditation and the progression of the disease was slowed.

(The concept here is completely old school. For example, from eons old Traditional Chinese Medical Theory, Circulation is health, Stagnation is sickness. Stress leads to tension leads to stagnation leads to sickness. These “experts” are rediscovering “the wheel.”)

To further investigate the scientific backbone of the meditative practices of becoming mindfully aware, Creswell and his colleagues are now beginning to investigate the brain. This will be done using brain-imaging techniques to study the specific pathways that are being impacted by the awareness meditation. This meditative state, however, takes practice to achieve. It is usually when a person becomes increasingly aware and tune in to their breathing, the mind and body begin to connect, said Diana Winston, director of Mindfulness Education at the Mindful Awareness Research Center at UCLA.

(I’m sorry if I seem insulting, but that’s like saying “director of Happiness Education at the Happiness Awareness Research Center…”)

It is at that connection when most people report becoming more aware of where and what they are in the present moment, rather than racing with thoughts about the past and future as most people in contemporary society are prone to doing, she added.

(Most people in contemporary society are trained to think that way academically and by culture. This is the same effect as mining gypsum from the soil, so we can go buy it from the local garden supply to put it back in the soil. It all makes sense when you follow the $$$.)

“In our program, we teach people how to apply mindfulness to emotions and become less reactive,” said Winston, who is also an instructor of mindful awareness practices for daily living. “People are always reacting, but this teaches them to be more aware in the process, as well as become more mindful when speaking and listening to others.”

(Winston is saying that people are neurotic – reactionary talking before listening and thinking. Like I said, this is all trained by culture and instilled through social mood. I’ve been in these geschtalt groups where I felt like the odd one out because I always took my time to see from the other person’s perspective. Winston confirms through her reports that “contemporary” attitudes are lacking, but salvagable.)

Mindful awareness meditation is not a new idea and has been around for centuries, but it was in recent years that its therapeutic potential has been demonstrated scientifically, Winston said.

(Actually, Mindfulness has been around for millennia, but trained out of “civilized” people over the last few centuries.)

In addition, it is easy enough for individuals to implement in their daily living and can be done anytime, anywhere, Winston added.

“As our culture gets increasingly sped up and people become overwhelmed by information, media and responsibilities, people are now looking for ways to counteract all of that,” Winston said.

The research center at UCLA offers people from all around the community to participate in mindfulness, take classes, attend lectures and attend day long retreats, Winston said.

(Or you can simply download HealingMindN Meditation Guide
and follow a few easy steps to relaxation to take with you wherever you go.)

The classes start off teaching students the basics of mindfulness and then move on to specific issues of how it can be applied to daily living, Winston added.

“It teaches you to do what your body is doing now,” Gonerko said. “It is the aligning of the mind with the body, whether you are eating, tasting food or talking to a friend.”

(Why does this sound like something out of an Orwell book?)

Winston said the purpose of these classes and mindfulness meditation is for students to incorporate it into their everyday lives to help them deal with physical pain, difficult emotions or other challenges.

(They way you tell it, I get the sense that most people even have difficulty dealing with hangnails.)

Although it is relaxing, mindfulness is not an easy state to come by, especially when it must be applied in everyday life.

(Why are you saying that? We were all born with this ability. Why are you making people out to be so small and incompetent?)

“We have to practice and try to be mindful at all times; it is suggested that we meditate for 20 minutes four to five times a week,” Sims said.

(It’s not the time but the timing and quality of effort you put into meditation that counts.)

The actual meditations done in the weekly class largely stem from focusing on one’s breathing and also addressing issues that interest each particular class, Sims added.

“The instructor would pick specific emotions like depression, anxiety and anger and talk about establishing equanimity through becoming mindful of the emotion itself,” Sims said.

(People can also try Emotional Freedom Techniques. That usually clears negative emotions. People are also spiritual beings; we need to consider their state of spirituality – or lack thereof.)

Individuals involved in the classes and workshops for mindfulness offered at UCLA all had the same root reaction to the practice of the meditation: They felt it had transformed their lives.

(When people rediscover their innate abilities that have been trained out of them by decadent culture, a transformation is usually what happens.)

However, Winston believes that mindfulness is a developing phenomenon that is going to grow more in years to come.

“Mindfulness will be like the introduction of seat belts in cars; at first no one thought they were important and now they are a safety requirement,” Winston said. “Mindfulness may become the seat belt of mental health and one day it will be taught in schools for all people to practice.”

(That means the instructors would have to be mindful. Kids learn to be reactionary from their parents, teachers, and peers who learned from their parents or whatever guardian. Social mood rules. The real cure is to treat kids like individuals with their own minds rather than tell them how to think. Train the adults around them first to be “mindful.”)

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Personality Dimensions in EFT

There’s a regular practice of dealing with belief systems among EFT (emotional freedom technique) practitioners. In one of the EFT newsletters, Gary Craig writes:

For disbelieving EFT newcomers it helps to “build a bridge” to their belief systems. An effective way to do this is to build on their existing beliefs with language of the general form…. “EFT is like [what they believe in] with the addition of [an EFT feature]. For example, if you know someone who believes in hypnotherapy you could say, “EFT is like hypnotherapy but with the addition of an important body element.” You could also be creative with the language and say something like, “Chiropractors like to use EFT because it adds an important emotional element.” Note how it builds from an existing belief. Use your imagination. You can build a bridge from EFT to almost anything else with this language pattern.

Let’s elaborate on Gary’s practice of working with personal belief systems by discovering a person’s personality dimensions. I discuss this concept in detail at EFT vs. Ancient Keys, but I would like to elaborate upon it for your further understanding.

These questions are taken from the course on Keys To Power Persuasion. In revealing a person’s personality dimensions, you discover and use the same ideas your client uses within his/her concept of reality.

Let’s say that the subject of conversation is about your client’s health and the client is obese. Please understand that noone is 100% in any particular direction (because of complex motivations set by culture.) The personality dimension will, in one way or another encompass the opposites of the personality dimension, so they waver towards one end or the other. For example:

  • How do you feel about getting into shape so you can be healthier?
  • This question reveals if a person is mainly a pain avoider or a pleasure seeker. In all likely hood, obese people are mostly pain avoiders since they’ve built a wall of “insulation” around them. You would speak to this person in terms of avoiding pain. An adjunct to this question would be, “How do you feel about being out of shape?” That is, if your client has already mentioned this of himself.
  • What about being healthy is important to you?
  • The answer to this question reveals if a person is emotional or logical. Does the person want to feel good or does she want to fit into smaller clothes because she can’t afford any more big clothes? etc. An adjunct to this question is “what about being obese is important to you?” Of course, You would ask such a question only if the client denotes some sort of importance to her condition.
  • How would you describe being healthy?
  • The answer to this question reveals if your client is detail oriented or thinks in terms of big pictures. Obviously you would ask this question only if the client was healthy sometime in his life. An adjunct to this question is, “How do imagine yourself being healthy?” if the person has always had health problems.
  • What do you consider as a good time – like the ideal vacation?
  • The answer to this question reveals if your client is self-centered (a loner) or other centered (a joiner). (FYI: Most of the people who spend time on the web are loners, although they believe they’re joiners by belonging to all sorts of web-based groups.) Your response should appeal to wherever their pride lies.

    A loner likes to think he’s a special, one of a kind person, among the few who are able to do or make certain things. A loner has a lot of pride in himself whereas a joiner his pride in his group by spending quality social time with them.

  • How do you know if a diet and exercise plan is good?
  • The answer to this question reveals if your client is a leader or a follower. FYI: Most people are followers. Very few people are leaders. It helps to ask this question anyway. Because a person tends to lean one way or another, you would speak with her in those terms.

    For example, if a person says, “Well, I like to hear about the success of other people who tried it, but I don’t really know until I’ve tried it for myself.” Since the client mentions first, that she wants to hear the success stories of others, she leans more towards being a follower. Then you would talk with her in terms of how much success the method has had with others in the past.

There’s a lot more information in the Keys To Power Persuasion course than I can possibly cover here. I believe that it’s a perfect adjunct to emotional freedom techniques.

Thanks for your time!


Randolph, HealingMindN Medicine Man

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Chocolate Meditation: a HealingMindN perspective

True Divine Nature(TM) Introduces “the Chocolate Meditation(TM)” CD

Last update: 4:35 a.m. EDT July 21, 2008

SEATTLE, Jul 21, 2008 (BUSINESS WIRE) — Spiritual teachers and food lovers, Julie Dittmar and Matt Kahn are now offering “The Chocolate Meditation(TM) – Being One with the Sweetness of Life,” a revolutionary new CD that for the first time, uses chocolate as a powerful metaphor for living a peaceful life.


“The Chocolate Meditation(TM)” is now available online at and for $17.98, and iTunes and CD Baby for $11.98. It includes two deeply calming meditations that settle the overactive mind, and enhance the pleasure of the chocolate eating experience.


Matt Kahn, hailed by audiences and the media as a modern day mystic, and “Seattle’s very own Eckhart Tolle,” and his partner, Julie Dittmar, are the founders of True Divine Nature(TM), a company dedicated to serving the lives of all who are called to awaken to a higher level of consciousness.


Dittmar says, “Now, through this CD, any occasion can be a reason to give the gift of peace, in a fun and delicious way.” Kahn adds, “This was created as an experience of profound joy and stillness. By combining the rich ingredients of our healing work with our deep love for chocolate, it provides balance and harmony to the listener…helping one get off the emotional merry-go-round in today’s fast-paced world.”


This CD is voiced by Julie Dittmar, an internationally renowned Clinical Hypnotherapist, and one of the top-selling imagery guides in the U.S. She is an award-winning voiceover talent whose CDs have been featured on PBS. The customized music is scored exclusively by Grammy Award-winning composer Tom Kellock to promote relaxation in the physical body.


The guided imagery process used in this CD has been scientifically proven to reduce stress. It remains an accepted and successful means to increase wellness, and is used in clinics and hospitals worldwide.

The use of chocolate imagery in this CD evokes a sense of playfulness and bliss, and, when combined with the ambient music and relaxing voice, creates a luxurious spa-like vacation from the frenetic pace of life. This meditation experience boosts one’s self-esteem, self-worth, and promotes emotional balance, and a healthy body image.


Those who have experienced “The Chocolate Meditation(TM)” CD, report they are living with a significantly deeper sense of ease, sleeping more peacefully at night, have improved interpersonal relationships, and are even losing weight. Internationally renowned yoga instructor Shiva Rea says, “‘The Chocolate Meditation(TM)‘ is a deliciously peaceful experience.” Food Network Challenge Chef Michelle Bommarito adds, “This chocolate dream awakens the love that stirs within.”

Like I said in my latest HealingMindN Meditation Guide, there are all kinds of meditation for all kinds of people. The Chocolate Meditation is one of my personal favourites; it’s right up there with Transcendental Meditation and even the Kabbalah (can you extrude flavour, texture, and scent from Hebrew letters in your mind?)

Chocolate provides that sensual experience of elation that allows your mind to relax because there’s so much prior information (heart knowledge) to rely upon. Treat it as if you’re laying under the summer sun in the cool surf, listening to the pulsating waves of the ocean as the salty mist covers your body in wave after wave of chocolate ecstacy.

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Supernatural vs Emotional Securities

I like this particular recent article by Gary Craig, “We are babes crawling on the floor of the Universe,” because he dares to suggest supernatural human oddities as becoming more natural with the advancement of the human race. This idea is direct opposition to nay-sayers, self proclaimed “critical thinkers,” and “Woo-wooers” who dismiss super natural human achievements as magic and illusion.

This process goes back to one of my articles a few years ago entitled, “Constructs of Belief” wherein The Constructs of belief are built upon the emotional securities of popular thought in the average person. Popular thought is best termed as social mood.

Do you remember from renaissance times – or maybe you weren’t born yet – how there were nay-sayers all over Leonardo DaVinci who contantly poo-pooed his flying machine designs while calling him the “left hand of satan” for making explicit drawings of anatomy? Excuse me. What would you call those nay-sayers today? That was the social mood back then which was a leftover from the dark ages – just as it is today.

The analysts at Elliot Wave International are always correct in their predictions of the stock market because part of the underlying basis is that stocks are driven by social mood – which is mostly based in fear. EWI analysts confirm that presiding social mood precipitates down turns in the market when its based in fear.

Beliefs based in fear distort reality. People riding the wave of a fear based social mood experience any number positive or negative hallucinations about reality in order to protect their emotional securities. In fact, people put more stock in their emotional securities than their financial securities.

The recent frakus concerning customers drawing out their money from ginnie mae and fannie mae was precipitated by the social mood of fear rather than any kind of intellectual analysis. Ask any of the EWI analysts: The Fibonacci projections in the stock market are based in presiding social mood where there’s a lot of fear.

Can you imagine what any thoughts of walking on white hot coals with bare feet, yet no damage does to someone who puts so much stock in his emotional securities? As Gary Craig pointed out, such a person goes ballistic.

You see, that’s why all the idealistic crazies like me talking about advancing humanity are reserved for the web. The evils and sicknesses in this world are at the forefront of reports by the “sane, realisitic” people. For someone with emotional securities based in fear, talks of evil and sickness are like the cream in his coffee.

I’m pretty sure that I’m not dissing you, since you’re reading this. So here’s a little secret: One of the easiest ways to take advantage of your innate supernatural abilities, God’s Gift to you, is to try EFT for yourself. Download Gary Craig’s EFT Manual to experiment on your own supernatural healing.

God Bless,

Randolph, HealingMindN medicine man


Crop Circle 9 July 2008 with Orbs

This is an update to the post on Ball lightning, Orbs, and Vacuum Domains. Pictures of one of the latest crop circles in Wiltshire, England is swarming with orbs:

and here’s a closer look at one of the orbs, probably using a fast frame rate:


You can see more pictures of this latest crop circle at Crop Circle Connector. I have some wild theories as to these “orbs.”

As you might remember, I stated that orbs are actually “thought forms” or vacuum domains. Let’s reason out this postulation by first examining the crop circles. According to crop circle researchers, many if not most of them are about astronomical, planetary, and/or astrophysical movements; they try to express in a two dimensional drawing what is actually happening in three dimensions.

In most cases, they are expressing actions and movements of which we, as humble denizens of this planet, must extrude into three dimensions in our minds as to the actual meaning of the two dimensional crop circle. In most crop circles, if not all, there are also actions and bodies beyond the drawing that is provided, so we have to calculate and project, in our minds according to geometry, trig, and other systems what is also missing from that crop circle drawing.

Now, look at that orb: None of them are “complete” either as far as geometry or else we should see a perfect hexagon. This reminds me of the story told by Carl Sagan about the 3-dimensional intruder in flat space: As the 3-D person entered the 2-D world, the 2-D people could only see differing bizarre shapes of different sizes entering their space from out of “nowhere.”

The same concept applies to these “orbs.” Just as the crop circles are projections or extensions of 3-D actions, the orbs themselves are also projections or extensions of “something else” from a higher dimension of which we only see a small part. (I imagine this concept applies to a lot of UFOs as well.)

Just for example, let’s say you’re a flatlander, therefore, you can only see the flat side of a page. If you take the tip of a perfect cube and push it through the page, then you as a flatlander, will only see a hexagon getting bigger and bigger.

I’m not saying that’s what’s happening with these “orbs.” In this case, of this particular crop circle, the word “hive” comes to mind – and that each of those orbs are actually a piece of a “hive” mind, or a fractal of a larger intelligence – that obviously enjoys being photographed. There almost seems to be a face inside of it. These orbs may represent the collective consciousness of this planet. We’ll examine this more, another time.


Randolph, HealingMindN Medicine Man

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HealingMindN answer to skepticism

You might realise that I have a few videos on YouTube, one of which is entitled, “How to make your own Philosopher’s Stone.” In this video, I am simply demonstrating how m-state matter can be derived by stressing simple seawater.

The premise is that if we can do this with simple seawater, then imagine what the human body can do since we not only contain the same ingredients in trace amounts; we also have psychoenergetic, intention oriented physiology to create our own stress mechanisms and the subtle bioenergy fields created by those superconducting components in the microtuble networks to modify regular orbitally rearranged monatomic elements (ORMEs) into superconducting orbitally rearrange monatomic elements (S-ORMEs).

This video has a number of comments, most of them bad, and they are all brought on by the presiding, misdirected social mood of anger, frustration, and rage at the current state of affairs – most of which brings down morale. Most people get on the web to blow off steam against other innocent people.

I’m not going to go into any kind of exchange with you or anyone else to change yours or anyone else’s opinion, mind patterns, reality, or any other aspect of your life.

Instead, let me express my opinion by asking you, why don’t you look in the mirror and say, “that’s a healer and a great person who is capable of amazing things. As a result, the people around me are also great and capable of amazing things…

Why don’t you do that? Because I completely understand where you’re coming from. The people around us can be lowly. Look at Jessica Alba: She just has a baby, but look at all the vitriole that people are spewing at her. See this small article on her treatment of the birth of her baby at sfgate including all the vitriolic commentary.

And I thought most of the comments at my video were bad! How many people are wishing Jessica health, wealth, and well being for her baby and family? I barely count them on one hand! I’ve met these actors and actresses and they’re all good people who deserve the respect of fellow human beings.

You feel that you don’t have the supernatural control that I claim you have? This is understandable. Look at the sort of vitriole that’s constantly reported by mainstream news: Officials Struggle With Rise in Knife Crimes Among Britain’s Youths: “Too many people, young and old, do not feel safe in the streets, and sometimes even in their homes… Many people are growing up in environments where they feel they have very little to lose.”

It’s healthy to have a bit of skepticism, but the question is, are you allowing mainstream attitudes to control your opinion, thus shaping your reality? (That’s what mainstream news does; it shapes public opinion – and it’s made to bring people down.)

Do you really want to class yourself with these people who have so much misdirected anger, frustration and rage from the evils in this world that they get on the web to verbally attack innocent people?

You want proof of your supernatural abilities? It all starts with your own investigation. For starters, look up the works of: Dr. William A. Tiller in psychoenergetics and his proven clinical research with intention imprinted electronic devices; Case histories of emotional freedom techniques, an energy psychology founded by Gary Craig; DNA morphic research and spiritual science by Gregg Braden; Remote healing methods by Stewart Swerdlow; Remote viewing methods by Maj. Ed Dames; Remote Viewing and Influencing methods by Gerald O’Donnell; the list goes on.

I don’t know if you’re willing to face the facts, but you are a great person among many great people. You have the amazing ability to control your own reality. But are you more willing to cut off my nose in spite of your fate as a living conscious part of the holographic paradigm we call the universe?

Perhaps, you should try a few of the guided delta meditations at Gerald O’Donnell’s site, so you can really experience this for yourself. You can also try my guide on Visual Ray Psionics at to see how you control the elements.

Peace and Good Will,


P.S. See the good in yourself, so you can see the good in the rest of the world.

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Trance Logic of Higher Price

Here’s a little secret about my trance logic. Don’t tell anyone. I grew up with an irrational family. In fact, I recognised how irrational a lot of adults were as I grew up – especially my teachers. My friends and a lot of other school mates were also irrational because they wanted to emulate the adults.

I’m pretty sure that I was also infected by that irrational bug; as you understand, it’s not a question of if, but in how many ways. My trance logic tells me that I can teach you something; that’s why you’re here.

I tried to combat what seems like irrational behavior in the past. In the process, I have sacrificed social status and relationships. I have learned that it’s better to go with the flow of irrationality in culture in order to survive rather than try to change the predominant mind patterns around me, so I end up teaching people how great they are.

What I didn’t know (and what your social studies professor did not want you to know) is that there is a new branch of research that is actually studying irrational thinking – and even more interesting is that . . .

The research is mounting that our irrational choices are actually predictable.

This revelation has significant impact because some of this new knowledge about human thinking and behavior is being used to manipulate you. Often it’s used to direct you into making decisions that are not in your best interest. So I think knowing more about this is essential.

Thankfully, Dan Ariely, a professor at Duke University, just wrote a book summarizing the latest research in this field (behavioral economics). His book, Predictably Irrational, is a must-read. You can get it at Amazon or any other bookseller.

The research: price affects athletic performance

Here is one study Professor Dan did on physical stamina:

Dan’s team stationed themselves at the university gym. They offered an energy drink to student exercisers. The drink claims to “elevate your game.” To one group, they charged the regular price for the drink. To the other, the researchers marked the drink down to 1/3 of the regular price.

After the students exercised, the researchers asked the students if they felt more or less fatigued than they normally did after a workout.

Both groups of students said they felt less fatigued than normal.

But, get this. The students who drank the higher-priced version of the drink felt less fatigue than the group that paid 1/3 the price! This is a weird variation of the placebo effect. The students are obviously going by the judgemental heuristic that if it’s a high price, then it must be good.

(If it was me, and a market research group wanted to make me their guinea pig, I would want it for free – but don’t tell anyone…)

The research: price affects mental performance

The exercise test was based on self-reporting. Here’s a study on mental agility:

To validate the results, the researchers did the same experiment in a different setting. They gave two groups of students anagram puzzles to solve. One group did the anagrams after drinking the full-priced energy drink, while the other group had drunk the discounted energy drink.

In this case, the group that drank the higher-priced drink (remember: it’s the same drink!) scored 28% higher on the anagram tests. Does that seem crazy? (What may sound crazier still is something that I said in an article a while back. I’d like to reiterate it: We are all in a trance state; that trance, whether positive or negative, influences our performance in real life. You can read more about this phenomenon in Constructs of Belief.)

There are more studies, but I’m not going to cite any more intellectual property from Dan’s research. I recommend you read Predictably Irrational if you’re interested.

What this means to you

The point is that it’s not rational for a lower price on an identical product to lower the results of the product, but there is overwhelming evidence that it does. It is a predictably irrational behavior.

The mechanism here seems to be that the lower price lowers “expectancy,” which in turn reduces the placebo effect. Volumes could be written about the placebo effect, and the power of belief to create tangible results in performance and healing (both positive and negative trance logic).

Now you know what’s going on when you see those junk mail ads for weak nutritional supplements at ridiculously high prices, yet the literature touts it as the greatest thing since the fountain of youth.

Those advertisers know exactly what they’re doing; they’re taking advantage of your trance logic.

What about that circuit exercise machine that’s been in magazines for years? Have you seen it? It’s always advertised at around $14, 600? In fact, the materials and workmanship make it look like a maximum of around $2000. But the rational in the ad is fascinating: The rational is that you’re going to be sold on it later if not now, then you’re going to sell it to your friends, and so on and so forth.

You know why that machine works so well? Because at $14,600 it better work! You can believe that after that major investment that a person is going to set aside at least four minutes a day for vigorous exercise. The machine itself isn’t that much better than the most expensive bowflex system, but the higher price forces purchasers to use it – out of obligation. The trance logic is, “At that price, it MUST WORK!

Would four minutes of vigorous exercise a day without that machine produce the same results? If your mind pattern and trance logic tells you that you are going to be in shape doing a vigorous set of squat thrusts, pull ups, and jump rope, then YES.

Ask any pro athlete; they do functional exercises according to their discipline which has little to do with the “ROM.” On the other hand, if you’re a CEO of a big company with little time on your hands, then it kind of makes sense; this must be the market. (I just can’t see the average blue collar going deep into hock for the “ROM” because they don’t get enough exercise.)
The relationship between the placebo effect, judgemental heuristics, and the trance state is even more interesting and open-ended. But let’s end here for now.

Hopefully you’ll get time to read Professor Dan’s, Predictably Irrational.

Have a great weekend.


Randolph, Medicine Man at HealingMindN

P.S. The price of oil, thus, the gas we get at the pumps is the biggest, most obvious example of irrational behavior affecting price. The economic analysts at Elliot Wave International blame the prices, not on lack of oil, but on “Fearful, bullish moods by investors:”

Crude oil rallied to a new all-time high on Friday, July 11 – $147.27 a barrel, intraday. But glance at the headlines, and it’s hard to call the reasons analysts cite as the cause for the $5-rally as bullish news. It all boils down to “tensions between Iran and the West and worries about supply” – same old “concerns” that have been with us for months…

Read the rest of this article at $147 Oil: What Is Driving Up Prices?

BTW: Once you learn how to control your own reality, all that irrational trance logic goes out the window:

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Habits of High Achievers (with examples)

Actually, I’ve been studying this list for a while now which is under the title, “Fifty Habits of Highly Successful People.” I still remember buying these high achiever courses on cassette a few decades ago. I think they did a really good job and this list by Craig Harper provides excellent reminders of those qualities to which we should all aspire.

In fact, I’m just going to copy that list here and do my own spin:

Habits of successful people (with examples)….

1. They look for and find opportunities where others see nothing. (e.g. Ray Kroc envisioned a world-wide, multi billion dollar restaurant chain, whereas, the McDonald Bros just wanted a few hangouts for the kids.)

2. They find a lesson while others only see a problem. (e.g. )
3. They are solution focused. (e.g.)

4. They consciously and methodically create their own success, while others hope success will find them.

5. They are fearful like everyone else, but they are not controlled or limited by fear. (e.g.)

6. They ask the right questions – the ones which put them in a productive, creative, positive mindset and emotional state. (e.g. “If heartache, fear, financial woes or other problems arise, How do I work through them to connect to the light?”)

7. They rarely complain (waste of energy). All complaining does is put the complainer in a negative and unproductive state.

8. They don’t blame (what’s the point?). They take complete responsibility for their actions and outcomes (or lack thereof).

9. While they are not necessarily more talented than the majority, they always find a way to maximise their potential. They get more out of themselves. They use what they have more effectively.

10. They are busy, productive and proactive. While most are laying on the couch, planning, over-thinking, sitting on their hands and generally going around in circles, they are out there getting the job done. (Reminder: There is a label from traditional Chinese Medical Theory known as “False Fire.” I believe that Craig is referring to focused activity for positive outcome rather than just being busy for the sake of being busy.)

11. They align themselves with like-minded people. They understand the importance of being part of a team. They create win-win relationships.

12. They are ambitious; they want amazing – and why shouldn’t they? They consciously choose to live their best life rather than spending it on auto-pilot.

13. They have clarity and certainty about what they want (and don’t want) for their life. They actually visualise and plan their best reality while others are merely spectators of life.

14. They innovate rather than imitate. (as opposed to spinning on someone else’s writing like what I’m doing here.)

15. They don’t procrastinate and they don’t spend their life waiting for the ‘right time’.

16. They are life-long learners. They constantly work at educating themselves, either formally (academically), informally (watching, listening, asking, reading, student of life) or experientially (doing, trying)… or all three.

17. They are glass half full people – while still being practical and down-to-earth. They have an ability to find the good.

18. They consistently do what they need to do, irrespective of how they are feeling on a given day. They don’t spend their life stopping and starting. ()

19. They take calculated risks – financial, emotional, professional, psychological. ()

20. They deal with problems and challenges quickly and effectively, they don’t put their head in the sand. They face their challenges and use them to improve themselves.

21. They don’t believe in, or wait for fate, destiny, chance or luck to determine or shape their future. They believe in, and are committed to actively and consciously creating their own best life.

22. While many people are reactive, they are proactive. They take action before they have to.

23. They are more effective than most at managing their emotions. They feel like we all do but they are not slaves to their emotions.

24. They are good communicators and they consciously work at it. (e.g. At a dinner for Commonwealth dignitaries one evening, Winston Churchill was approached by the chief of protocol and quietly informed that one of the distinguished guests had slipped a silver salt shaker into his pocket. At the end of the meal, Churchill gingerly slipped up to the offender and produced the matching pepper shaker from his own pocket. “Oh, dear,” he said, “we were seen. Perhaps we had both better put them back.”)

25. They have a plan for their life and they work methodically at turning that plan into a reality. Their life is not a clumsy series of unplanned events and outcomes.

26. Their desire to be exceptional means that they typically do things that most won’t. They become exceptional by choice. We’re all faced with live-shaping decisions almost daily. Successful people make the decisions that most won’t and don’t. (e.g. Though the Egyptian viceroy Mohamed Ali was directed by the sultan at Constantinople to punish the Wahhabis who had defied his command, he had great difficulty broaching the area called Nejd, the heartland of Wahhabi power densely populated with desert fighters. One day he found himself sitting with his generals, each of whom declared that if only he were given command, he could conquer Nejd without difficulty. Mohamed Ali finally rose and placed an apple in the center of a large carpet. “The task of conquering Nejd is a difficult one,” he remarked. “It is like seizing this apple without setting foot on the carpet. The man who is able to perform such a thing is the man capable of capturing Nejd.” While Ali’s generals contemplated the problem, his son, Ibrahim Pasha, asked whether he might attempt a solution. He then rose, approached the carpet, knelt down at its edge and began rolling it up. Reaching the apple, he grasped it with ease. Ibrahim Pasha was promptly appointed commander of the Egyptian forces in Arabia and, after a bloody two-year campaign, he captured Nejd and utterly crushed Wahhabi power.)

27. While many people are pleasure junkies and avoid pain and discomfort at all costs, successful people understand the value and benefits of working through the tough stuff that most would avoid.

28. They have identified their core values (what is important to them) and they do their best to live a life which is reflective of those values.

29. They have balance. While they may be financially successful, they know that the terms money and success are not interchangeable. They understand that people who are successful on a financial level only, are not successful at all. Unfortunately we live in a society which teaches that money equals success. Like many other things, money is a tool. It’s certainly not a bad thing but ultimately, it’s just another resource. Unfortunately, too many people worship it.

30. They understand the importance of discipline and self-control. They are strong. They are happy to take the road less travelled. (e.g. [Arnold Schwarzenegger] was subject to intense discipline from a very early age. Hitler’s homeland in the immediate post-war period was a tough place to live, and Arnold was 14 before his family enjoyed such luxuries as a fridge, a phone and even indoor plumbing. His father, Gustav, was a police chief in Graz, leaving Arnold and his older brother Meinhard to be raised by their mother Aurelia.

“You’d expect a policeman to be a strict father, but Gustav was doubly so. Being a curling champion, he was keen to push his boys to athletic excellence too. They would rise at 6, do their chores, then perform sit-ups and squats before their breakfast. They were allowed out on Sunday evenings but, legend has it, were required to deliver a 10-page essay on their activities before retiring to bed.

“It worked. Meinhard rapidly became a champion boxer. Arnold too was quick to find a beefy vocation. Training for the local soccer team, he began to lift weights. Studying his body, now aged 15, he realised that to give it perfect proportions he’d need 20-inch biceps – he set to work immediately. At 18, there was National Service, and Arnold signed up, only to go AWOL within a month in order to attend the Mr Junior Europe bodybuilding contest in Stuttgart. He won, with a perfect score, and spent seven days in the brig for his pains.”)

31. They are secure. They do not derive their sense of worth of self from what they own, who they know, where they live or what they look like.

32. They are generous and kind. They take pleasure in helping others achieve.

33. They are humble and they are happy to admit mistakes and to apologise. They are confident in their ability, but not arrogant. They are happy to learn from others. They are happy to make others look good rather than seek their own personal glory.

34. They are adaptable and embrace change, while the majority are creatures of comfort and habit. They are comfortable with, and embrace, the new and the unfamiliar.

35. They keep themselves in shape physically, not to be mistaken with training for the Olympics or being obsessed with their body. They understand the importance of being physically well. They are not all about looks, they are more concerned with function and health. Their body is not who they are, it’s where they live.

36. They have a big engine. They work hard and are not lazy.

37. They are resilient. When most would throw in the towel, they’re just warming up.

38. They are open to, and more likely to act upon, feedback.

39. They don’t hang out with toxic people.

40. They don’t invest time or emotional energy into things which they have no control of.

41. They are happy to swim against the tide, to do what most won’t. They are not people pleasers and they don’t need constant approval.

42. They are more comfortable with their own company than most.

43. They set higher standards for themselves (a choice we can all make), which in turn produces greater commitment, more momentum, a better work ethic and of course, better results.

44. They don’t rationalise failure. While many are talking about their age, their sore back, their lack of time, their poor genetics, their ‘bad luck’, their nasty boss and their lack of opportunities (all good reasons to fail), they are finding a way to succeed despite all their challenges.

45. They have an off switch. They know how to relax, enjoy what they have in their life and to have fun.

46. Their career is not their identity, it’s their job. It’s not who they are, it’s what they do.

47. They are more interested in effective than they are in easy. While the majority look for the quickest, easiest way (the shortcut), they look for the course of action which will produce the best results over the long term.

48. They finish what they start. While so many spend their life starting things that they never finish, successful people get the job done – even when the excitement and the novelty have worn off. Even when it ain’t fun.

49. They are multi-dimensional, amazing, wonderful complex creatures (as we all are). They realise that not only are they physical and psychological beings, but emotional and spiritual creatures as well. They consciously work at being healthy and productive on all levels.

50. They practice what they preach. They don’t talk about the theory, they live the reality.

OK, I’ve provided a few examples of high achievers above. I would like you to also provide examples to go along with the above attributes. The few examples that I’ve provided may not even be as perfect as what you have in mind, so go ahead and correct me, please.

Thanks for your intellectual contributions to HealingMindN Power Circle. I will also provide more examples as I find time.


HealingMindN Medicine Man