They’re annoying, but there is a reason you’re getting so worked up over them. Know that it’s ultimately you, not them. #bitsofconsciousness #consciousness #spiritual #guru #yogi #teacher #awakening #energy #evolve #change #universe #reality #wisdom #knowledge #philosophy #lawofattraction #motivation #meditation #lookwithin #enlightenment #goodvibes #raw #3rdeye #frequency #beherenow #mindexpansion #thegoodlife #visualization #vibration #freeyourmind

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Curve descent pattern by Oleg Soroko

This series of prints I made during my experimentation with code. I used “Gradient descent” and “Marching Cubes” algorithms. First, I created a mesh in rhino with a script. Then render the model in 3ds max. Then a bit of color correction in Photoshop. In massive series i combine lines and isosurfaces. In minimal series i decided to show only isosurfaces.

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By visualizing yourself as a slimmer person, your subconscious will begin to believe you are this new person. Your subconscious will begin to assist you in achieving your goal. You will then begin to act according to this new vision of yourself.
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Impossible Evaluation: Incredible Illustration by  Oscar Ramos

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Inspired by the famous creations of Dutch artist Maurits Cornelis Escher, known for his engravings and lithographs that represent impossible constructions, explorations of infinity, and combination of motifs that gradually change into completely different forms, a statement particular for the excellent series of creations by the artist and character designer Oscar Ramos Chilean based in Santiago. Titled “Ad +“, check the amazing series in detail in the sequel! Really impressive work!

Chilean artist Oscar Ramos has made these awesome Escherian (Escherist? Escherish?) color illustrations in which bacon turn into apples or fishes into flowers. They are very detailed and simply beautiful.

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The key to effective visualization is to create the most detailed, clear and vivid a picture to focus on as possible. The more vivid the visualization, the more likely, and quickly, you are to begin attracting the things that help you achieve what you want to get done.

Mapping Perspective

Via Al Jazeera:

Why do maps always show the north as up? For those who don’t just take it for granted, the common answer is that Europeans made the maps and they wanted to be on top. But there’s really no good reason for the north to claim top-notch cartographic real estate over any other bearing, as an examination of old maps from different places and periods can confirm…

…There is nothing inevitable or intrinsically correct — not in geographic, cartographic or even philosophical terms — about the north being represented as up, because up on a map is a human construction, not a natural one. Some of the very earliest Egyptian maps show the south as up, presumably equating the Nile’s northward flow with the force of gravity. And there was a long stretch in the medieval era when most European maps were drawn with the east on the top. If there was any doubt about this move’s religious significance, they eliminated it with their maps’ pious illustrations, whether of Adam and Eve or Christ enthroned. In the same period, Arab map makers often drew maps with the south facing up, possibly because this was how the Chinese did it.

Things changed with the age of exploration. Like the Renaissance, this era didn’t start in Northern Europe. It began in the Mediterranean, somewhere between Europe and the Arab world. In the 14th and 15th centuries, increasingly precise navigational maps of the Mediterranean Sea and its many ports called Portolan charts appeared. They were designed for use by mariners navigating the sea’s trade routes with the help of a recently adopted technology, the compass. These maps had no real up or down — pictures and words faced in all sorts of directions, generally pointing inward from the edge of the map — but they all included a compass rose with north clearly distinguished from the other directions.

Image: A perfectly good map. Select to embiggen.

Visualization is a very powerful tool to set your mind into some kind of successful mindset.

If you can feel yourself being successful with visualization, it will help you achieve your goals and success. 

Visualize in the morning when you wake up and just before going to sleep at night, close your eyes, imagine yourself feeling and acting as if you were already successful. 

Then act this way in your everyday life. You can do it & you will do it. 

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