Category: Treatment

Methods encouraged by One Mind Media to install mental and physical balance in our lives.


A Video About the Creative Potential of Flow State

Create, make, and do like never before. Join Logitech’s Head of Design for the MX Series Marcel Twohig to learn methods to tap into the state of flow, get totally immersed in the creative tasks at hand, and forget that time is flying by.


The ‘chip’ in the brain, prior to all other chips Magic spilling over the edges of time, poetry and science by Jon Rappoport

Why isn’t every person acting as a shaper and artist of reality? Why do people rearrange their pasts to omit that self-realization? The ‘chip’ in the brain is: the non-creative. The blind spot in the mind is the uncreative. The false piece of consciousness is: ‘I don’t create.’ So-called Realists want people to pay total …


The Division of the Brain – Elephant in the Room for Neuroscience

Dr. McGilchrist describes current thinking on left/right brain hemisphere laterality. Dr. McGilchrist suggests to us that historically, western culture achieved a balanced hemisphere state during several periods; the Augustan period in the 6th century B.C., and in Europe during the 15th and 16 century.  But since that time western culture has become dangerously unbalanced.  This …

Time Machine, Treatment

The Subtle “Flow” in Music Revealed

It was 1967 when I first became aware of the subtle “flow” in music.  I was a music student then, studying music and music composition with noted author, theoretician, and composer Hugo Norden[1] at Boston University’s School of Fine and Applied Arts.   Most of us music aficionados are drawn to quality music (most often …


The Deadly Reign of the Animate Object: Capitalism and Sociopathy

Stephanie McMillan, 11/23/14(Presented at Earth at Risk conference, San Francisco) [also posted by Burnpile Press: We all know that capitalism is killing the world. In order to stop it, we can’t just keep resisting its effects. Capitalism doesn’t care if we protest on street corners a thousand times; that just proves how tolerant and democratic …