What does this mean?

Our bodies complexity is a beautiful thing to me.

When your body is in a painful situation it releases adrenaline. The pain is a stress to your body and the response puts your body in “super human” mode.

This affects your nerves and can lower the feeling of pain. An athlete that sprains their ankle during the game can continue to the play. Yet after the game they may not be able to walk.

This is thanks to adrenaline. Your body is “tricked” by adrenaline to believe the injury isn’t a big deal. This allows you to focus on the current task, goal, or purpose.

We easily forget sometimes that this can transfer in to our emotions. We may not be able to call on adrenaline by thinking about it but I believe our mind is more powerful than just a hormone.

We can control our thoughts and actions. We can “Focus on the purpose and not the pain”.

Nothing worth achieving in this life will be attained without pain.
 We can not be ask to be pushed forward to new heights without a challenge to prove we are ready for it. 

I challenge you to rejoice in pain and celebrate through adversity because you are on the verge of breakthrough!

Lift Life!

Le bugie più clamorose sul cervello.

Quello umano è il più grande.
Non esattamente.
Il cervello umano pesa in media 1360 grammi, più o meno quanto quello di un delfino (considerato peraltro un animale intelligente).
Quello di un capodoglio - meno brillante dei delfini - arriva a 7800 grammi, quello di un orango ad appena 370 grammi.
Come si nota, non sono le dimensioni assolute del cervello a determinare l'intelligenza del suo “proprietario”; piuttosto, è il rapporto delle sue dimensioni con il resto del corpo.
Per gli uomini, questa relazione è di circa 1:50.
Per gli altri mammiferi, è in media 1:180, e negli uccelli è di 1:220.

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I feel like you might be the same person, so I’ll start by saying that you don’t need to keep sending an ask to get answer… I have a lot to do outside of Tumblr so I’m going to be inevitably slow to reply. 

As for these asks, I think one of the best ways to better understand and more clearly see someone is to talk with them, get to know them, sit with them for a while and understand them. Look into reading body language, energies, “auras” if you will. 

If you really do feel like you need something magick-related, try this:

Create a Tiger’s Eye/Fluorite/Citrine elixir and let it brew in the sun/moon for a day or two. After this, gather a small chunk of glass (you can pop a lens out of sunglasses or reading glasses, take the glass sheet from a picture frame, etc), and soak it in the elixir for another day. When the day has passed, and the glass is still in the elixir, cast a spell on the water and glass to create a sort of “seeing stone” through which you are able to seethe true colours of a person whom you look at through the glass. Take the glass sheet with you and hold it before your eyes as you look at the person; be careful that they do not look at you as you do this or they will see right through your efforts. This should work with whoever you want to see in general, or can be tailored to a specific person.

Here’s another spell you can do to see a person’s true colours. 

I do hope this helps you. 

Do not feel guilty. Forgive yourself for past “failures” and choose to act correctly next time. But avoid guilt, as it is one of the biggest destroyers of focus and confidence. Do not dwell on the past. Forgive others also. You are not doing them a favour when your forgive them; you are doing yourself the favour. They will still have their cause-and-effect (karmic) debt for all their actions whether you forgive them or not. But when you forgive them, you release yourself from a negative karmic cycle and release your energy for other positive things as well.
—  David Cameron Gikandi
Le bugie più clamorose sul cervello.

Se si lesiona è per sempre.
Non è sempre così.
Il termine “lesione cerebrale” fa subito pensare a forme di disabilità permanenti e a danni irreversibili, ma fortunatamente non è sempre così.
Esistono danni cerebrali di minore entità, e per definizione transitori, come la commozione cerebrale, da cui il cervello di riprende in modo rapido. Quest'ultima consiste in una perdita di coscienza di breve durata dovuta in genere a un trauma cranico e non porta a danni cerebrali permanenti.
La plasticità cerebrale, cioè la capacità del cervello di costruire nuove sinapsi e trovare nuovi percorsi per compiere determinate azioni, laddove i vecchi siano stati compromessi, consente spesso un parziale recupero anche da lesioni cerebrali più serie, ma localizzate.
Favorire lo sviluppo di queste nuove strategie cognitive è il compito della riabilitazione neuropsicologica.

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