Welcome to another episode of Mind the HeadSpace! Bringing you the best in the more eclectic and cerebral side of Dallas area electronic music DJs and producers. This month is a first time contribution from a stalwart of the Dallas house and techno scene, Black Frames! Hope you're ready for a journey because this one clocks in just shy of 2.5 hours. From the man himself: \"This is absolutely meant to be a journey of a mix to listen through. It explores dark to deep to emotional and uplifting to heavy hitters as well as a few throwbacks. All of this is to set the right energy, keep your ears engaged and I've added a few surprises to help guide the mindset from start to finish. I hope you enjoy!\"
Welcome to another episode of Mind the HeadSpace! Bringing you the best in the more eclectic and cerebral side of Dallas area electronic music DJs and producers.This months mix is by yours truly and its an idea i've been sitting on for quite awhile.I made a mix that reminds me of playing laser tag as a kid.It's a grab bag of high energy electro house, techno, tech house, progressive house, and even a little bit of trance towards the end. It dfinitely has some cheese factor to it, but that seems appropriate for laser tag. Be sure to like, comment (in itunes please!), SUBSCRIBE, download, and most importantly, enjoy!
Welcome to another episode of Mind the HeadSpace! Bringing you the best in the more eclectic and cerebral side of Dallas area electronic music DJs and producers.This month we have an excerpt from an exquisite techno set by Dallas DJ/producer duo Gefährlich (Andrew Gleboff/Aleah Axiom) recorded live at the most recent Subvert at Beauty Bar.Some groovy techno for your mind and feet. Subvert is a monthly event hosted by Gefährlich and Sequence process. As always be sure to like, comment (in itunes please!), SUBSCRIBE, download, and always, enjoy!
Welcome to another episode of Mind the Headspace! Bringing you the best in the more eclectic and cerebral side of electronic (dance) music from Dallas area DJs and producers.We have another mix from a guest outside of the DFW, this time courtesy of Yin Yang Audio AKA Jerry Davalos! He describes this mix as \"the beginning of my journey into Techno. My work does not normally abide by the typical four to the floor presented in the techno genre but rather makes its way to more dark and aggressive complex patterns.\"This is definitely a quality mix of 100% original material. As always be sure to like, comment (in itunes please!), SUBSCRIBE, download, and always, enjoy! Find us online: www.facebook.com/mindheadspace
Just 5 minutes of aerobic exercise, like a brisk walk, could start to calm your mind. It releases endorphins -- chemicals that make you feel good and can help improve your mood, focus, and sleep. High-intensity interval training (HIIT) can give you a big dose of them in a short time. After warming up, alternate 20- to 30-second bursts of pushing yourself hard (like doing sprints, squats, or fast weightlifting) with equal amounts of rest.
Use the connection with your body to soothe your mind. Pick a body part -- foot, leg, mouth, eyes -- and tense it for a few seconds. Then release and relax for 10 seconds or so. Notice how that feels different. Switch to another part, and keep going until you've done your whole body. This can also improve sleep and may even ease headaches and stomachaches.
Activities like coloring books, knitting, scrapbooking, and pottery offer an escape for a busy mind. Simple, repetitive actions, especially -- like kneading dough -- can help you redirect your thoughts and tune out the chatter in your head. Let your inner child play! The key is to enjoy the process and not worry so much about the result.
When you find your mind racing full-speed or spiraling down a rabbit hole, change your focus: stretch, daydream, walk around, get a snack, or chat with a friend. Take at least 5 minutes to recharge and reset. You'll be more centered and clear-headed. If you're going to be working intently, set a timer or use an app to remind you to stop every 90 minutes or so.
Your sleeplessness might not be due to insomnia at all. Racing thoughts can be a contributing factor to staying up all night, but your mind running as steady as your refrigerator could also be a symptom of other complications:
Bring attention to your breath. Try to breathe deeply but slowly. You might find it relaxing to count your breaths. Focusing on the sensation of breathing is a mindfulness technique that can help slow down racing thoughts.
For better health and well-being, many people thus need behaviours that increase both memory- and place-making. Places are dense with meaning, stories, memories, and morals. They work on your mind [6,65]. The contours of our minds are shaped by particular places. Both gardening and allotmenteering promote recovery from stress and improve well-being; members of allotment groups experience less stress than same-age members of indoor groups [4,116].
Or keep reading. . .\"All will be well if you use your mind for your decisions, and mind only your decisions.\" Since 2007, I have devoted my life to sharing the joy of game theory and mathematics. MindYourDecisions now has over 1,000 free articles with no ads thanks to community support! Help out and get early access to posts with a pledge on Patreon.
Take a reference, try to draw, and observe how you do it. How does it work What are you actually doing, except \"drawing\" Observe the processes in your mind, analyze them. What questions do you seem to ask yourself about the reference, and how do you answer them
Imagination is a feature of your mind that lets you mix elements of reality to create new versions of it. Creativity represents your skill in this matter. The more creative you are, the more original structures you can create out of the same old things.
Active memory, as the name implies, requires your consciousness, thus it's slower. You are aware of both the question and the answer (or lack thereof). You need to make an effort to bring the information back from your mind.
Once again take a good look at the creature in your mind. Do you really see it Or maybe do you feel the massive weight of its body, the warmth of its breath, the sound of the tail sliding on the pebbles
You can use another trick to test your knowledge. If you think you know what a proper wing looks like, you should also be able to describe a wing that's doesn't look proper. Chances are you don't really know anything about wings, and all you have is that elusive feeling of this structure in your mind.
Give yourself two or three days of a break, but no more. Try drawing a horse using the information from the reference sheet, but without actually opening it. It may be very hard, but you'll see you already remember some of it. When you're done, get the reference sheet and fix the mistakes, paying special attention to them and noting in your mind why you made them. Once again check if there is any question left unanswered, and update the reference sheet if necessary.
Taking the drug soon becomes second nature or habitual, Evans said, much like when your mind zones out while driving home from work. The decision to seek out the drugs, rather than participate in other life activities, becomes automatic.
Imagine you are the parent of a 3-year-old and eligible to apply for a seat for your child at a Head Start center. What you want for your child matters a lot when it comes to deciding where to enroll her in preschool. Enrolling your child in Head Start may be your first choice, it may be your backup to some other preschool option, it may be competing in your mind with another childcare option, or it may be your only choice.
The subconscious mind is the powerful secondary system that runs everything in your life. Learning how to stimulate the communication between the conscious and the subconscious minds is a powerful tool on the way to success, happiness and riches.
The subconscious mind is a data-bank for everything, which is not in your conscious mind. It stores your beliefs, your previous experience, your memories, your skills. Everything that you have seen, done or thought is also there.
The communication between the subconscious and the conscious mind is bidirectional. Every time when you have an idea, or an emotion, a memory or an image from the past, this is the subconscious mind communicating to your conscious mind. The communication in the other way is not so trivial and is achieved using the principle of auto-suggestion.
This article will introduce the powers of the subconscious mind and how they can be used on the way to success. You will learn how to communicate better with your subconscious and how to set it on the track you want it to follow.
For example, when you meditate and you start controlling your breath, you get the control from the subconscious mind and give it to your conscious mind. You start breading deep and with your stomach. Then you stop to control it and your subconscious starts doing it. You do not have to think about it any more. Your breathing will continue to be relaxed until another stimulus changes it (stress for example). Everything is controlled in the back of your head.
The best comparison of the subconscious mind is to a wild monkey. It can run rampage the whole day as it does not tire easily. And it can bring random pieces of information to the main part of the brain. Or it could make itself busy with achieving your goals and bringing you the information that you need to succeed (opportunities). The only thing you have to do is it to give this wild monkey a purpose!
Communicating thoughts from your conscious mind to your subconscious mind is difficult because it should be done with emotions. Only the thoughts that are conveyed with genuine emotions make it to the back of your mind. And only the thoughts that are backed up by a strong emotion stay there. 781b155fdc