Category Archives: creativity

Recommended–Secret of Deliberate Creation

I’ve received some great comments from people who’ve listened to this audio book by Dr. Robert Anthony. People I’ve shown this too have told me it’s one of the best things they’ve ever heard, on the subject of creating a … Continue reading

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Brean Beach Merkabah

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Meditation shown to have beneficial epigenetic effects

This is quite amazing information. It’s an article in New Scientist magazine detailing brand new research by Herbert Benson at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston showing the beneficial epigenetic effects of daily meditation on cellular respiration, insulin production, and cellular … Continue reading

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Is Daydreaming Good for You? Yes, Here’s Why.

Is mind wandering good for you? It appears now that daydreaming has many positive functions in relationship to our creativity. People who daydream can solve many types of problems faster than people who are more focused. Recent research about a … Continue reading

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Bob Dylan on Gut Feelings

“When you feel in your gut what you are and then dynamically pursue it—and don’t back down and don’t give up—then you’re going to mystify a lot of folks”. —Bob Dylan

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What I’m reading now — Wait by Frank Partnoy

Wait: The Art and Science of Delay by Frank Partnoy is an excellent discussion of the why going faster isn’t always better. We’ve all been absorbed into a modern nanoculture “cult of speed” and this book shows us why it … Continue reading

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Intuition is Surprisingly Accurate

A new study from researchers at the University of Tel Aviv finds that intuition is surprisingly accurate. Read the article here.

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Free Live Webinar with Simeon

Hi, I’m having a free webinar with Q&A about “Discovering Your Creative Intelligence” this Friday, November 16th at 10 AM PST. We’ll have time for questions at the end too. See the short trailer here. Among the topics we’ll be covering … Continue reading

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Going Into The Void

Hey, have you ever wondered about  your relationship with the “unknown”? Yes, I’m being completely serious here. Do you feel afraid or excited when you think about this idea? How do you navigate a space you’ve never experienced before? What … Continue reading

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Where is the Unknown? (closer than you think)

httpv://youtu.be/pmcYrZIr410 Is the universe random or orderly? In this video, Simeon explains why randomness is closer than you think. The books mentioned are Meta Math!: the Quest for Omega by Gregory Chaitin and David Disalvo’s What Makes Your Brain Happy … Continue reading

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