Tuesday, December 2, 2014


What's cool about your mind is, it can work miracles, even when you are not sure you can do a thing at all. What I mean is, the power of our subconscious mind is still to be uncovered to it's fullest extent, but what we can identify by our own experiences in our moments on flow, is that we can do more than we can think we can. But nonetheless, we can't create a great work without any small amount of belief beforehand, but we can expand our expected result range when we stumble into the flow zone, intentionally or otherwise.

The brain is hardwired to work on cues/triggers and knowing the basics of how the mind works and in knowing the environment that is ideal to achieve an ultimate performance state is vital to reach that peak of performance whenever at will.

It is definitely true that knowledge is power, but knowledge applied properly is more than power. It is cool.

Be cool.

Friday, October 17, 2014


Creativity is a kind of flow. It's not a mathematical entity, to be deduced by certain pertaining formulas coming together to achieve. It's rather a unconscious, irreversible flow of energy in a particular form.

Nonetheless there is a basis for achieving said flow. It does not happen by itself out of nowhere. Imagine creativity as the flow of water from a dam. It follows certain mechanisms and needs certain functional elements fulfilled in order to seem to appear out of nowhere. In similar fashion, creativity may just be a flow, but to be flowing it needs to be gathered and accumulated first. Later a shift in energy is essential in the process of initiation of flow. The power of intention comes into play as well, ever so slightly it may be.

Yes, it's a radical concept. But what great thing isn't?

Be Creative.

Wednesday, October 8, 2014


Whether to continue or to stop, that is the question, isn't it? Well it is quite hard to continue something without fruitful results or reception. But without continuing you may never know whether you will reach the space reached by few.

It is wise, I think, to put forth effort only in things that are useful, in the sense that it can help another person. That means, though, nothing worthwhile is being done. Well, nothing can be done about the fact that nothing worthwhile is being done because knowing that doesn't change a damn thing.

Whether to continue or not is not a moral question, it is a psychological decision, to be taken solely by yourself. Because the choice you choose, you have to live with it, for as long as you wish to live with it. If you tell someone about your choice, then you have to live with it for longer, probably.

Nonetheless, it is important to follow your heart, not just because it pumps blood, but mostly because it pumps hope into the hopeless life we all live.

Thursday, July 17, 2014


A full stomach is not a good tool. It is not unnatural to experience some kind of memory fog after having a big meal. Hence the best policy is to eat moderately at more frequency.

The caloric need is to be satisfied and that is the main goal of eating food. But the right kind of foods have better impact on the biology inside our body. If we are eating right and eating right foods, we are better equipped to function at our absolute best.

Wednesday, July 16, 2014


Food is what fuels us. But the kind of food we eat determine how we get fueled. Not all foods are same, similar to how not all fuels of automobiles are same. Some engines are suited to be fueled in a particular way, similarly all humans tend to have different optimal conditions to satisfy when it comes to food.

Though the argument of adaptation is large, science does come in handy to determine the optimal foods to lead a more than healthy life for however desirably longer period you want to live. The science is all there, though buried layers down all the bullshit that's floating freely. He who looks for it, and destined to find it, will find it and prosper.

Search and attain high performance via the medium of food!

Tuesday, July 15, 2014


It is almost impossible to just start writing without having an end goal in mind. It is maybe possible, but the outcome will not be more desirable than the outcome of starting with a goal in mind. Goals create meaning in every action and that is what makes the process worthwhile- the goal.

A goal centered way of living might not seem so fruitful, yet the other side of the spectrum seems worse. Goals create focus, and aids in better motivated action, than a lackluster goalless wandering.

Have a goal. Now!