Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by madoctopus, Sep 23, 2013.
One of the most interesting videos I have ever seen. Not just that but useful. Watch part 2 as well!
that the reason behind why yoga and tai chi masters teach people on how to breathe.
Ted is filled with the most interesting videos I have ever seen. Lol. Awesome, glad I watched this.
yup. knew about it from yoga/tai chi/martial arts/etc. but didn't knew the why and how. now i know. great eye opener for me.
Wouldn't it be too boring if you're brilliant every single day?
thats really interesting - funny because my partner works for Tesco, and she says that they always use thought, feeling and emotion when they have meetings - I imagine relates to the same principals.
Changing the body (the physiology) is the fastest method of change. Nothing like having a master communicator break it down though.
Thanks OP. The smoker wants to chillax so he smokes a cigarette (pot, K2, crack, etc) so he can 1-focus, 2-take deep breaths and 3-feel
something cool. Never aware that oxygen is the best drug and he can do the same ritual without artificial chemicals.
Thanks for the share. I wouldn't mind feeling brilliant every day
Looks like I am going to have a youtube watching evening haha! Thanks for sharing it lol
Great video. Here's the Part 2 in case anyone wants to have a look at it:
Good stuff, loved the test, would be interesting to give it a try yourself.
Glad u found it useful guys. Feel free to post anything about being brilliant, in the zone, in the flow, at optimal functioning, etc. if you have any videos experiences or knowledge on the topic.
spot on mate , i was just trying to say the same thing , the pic said it all
Classic and Useful NLP (neuro linguistic programming) Exercise: The Circle of Excellence
It's an interesting video, but from the books I've seen and various videos on YouTube it seems to be behind on knowledge that has already been available.
Yea. As I said, I think Tesco (uk supermarket) have been using the same methodology for many years. But still very interesting.
im watching part 2 tonight ;-)
Also saw this one right after:
Very interesting, never thought of using breathing as a mechanism for brilliance
That point about taking rhythmic breathes as opposed to deep breathes is also quite good
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