It's interesting how certain states of profound active relaxation seem to coincide with a significant increase in precognition events that are clear and reliable to pinpoint and verify.
Straighten your spine and breathe
"Physiology matters, so does the mind…which is an expression of the brain and entire nervous system, which is part of physiology.You see, you’d be hard pressed to dissociate the two. Compartmentalization can be useful, but ultimately it is an illusion." (via)
Every day we have a certain amount of attention that gets allocated, consciously or unconsciously. A large chunk of that attention tends to be related to our fellow humans - some of them right in-front of us but most of them present only as ghosts in our memory of the past and predictions of the future. Being aware how much attention capacity/cycles these ghosts take, how they make one feel and how useful they are is an essential skill. By becoming aware of these ghosts and then gradually transforming or banishing them, tremendous energy can be reclaimed - resulting in a far more relaxed, creative and joyful life.
Archaeologists have discovered a mud-brick building believed to be one of the lost "sun temples" south of the Egyptian capital Cairo, Anadolu Agency reported. The Egyptian Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities said the building was found by an Italian-Polish archaeological mission in the Abusir region, south of Cairo. "Preliminary studies indicate that the new discovery may be one of the four lost sun temples that date back to the Fifth Dynasty (2465 to 2323 BC)," the ministry added in a statement.
According to the statement, part of the building was removed by King Nyuserre to build his temple.
The ministry said excavations will continue at the site to get more information about the discovered building.
Sun temples were built in dedication to Ra, the sun god in ancient Egypt. Six sun temples are believed to have been built, but only two have been uncovered until now.
Fifth-Dynasty pharaohs built six such structures. Until now, only two had been found
The 2,500-year-old coffins are the latest in the site’s seemingly endless parade of ancient treasures
An ancient Egyptian mummy head was found in an attic in Kent, England. A CT scan revealed that the head belonged to a woman who likely lived 2,000 years ago. Researchers believe the head was brought back from Egypt as a souvenir in the 19th century.
Practitioners in the A.I, machine learning, generative modeling/art, human augmentation and related domains should be very clear about this: Significant parts of these communities - implicitly or explicitly - are racing towards implementing and perfecting Wireheading and Mind-control, in its many expressions. Let's stop to beat about the bush and openly discuss the socio-spiritual-technical design decisions and implications of such systems, which in the shadows have advanced far further than most choose to believe. Most importantly, let's meditate so we can choose the path forward in a conscious and relaxed way.