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This option allows clients to utilize hours of video recording (vr.) time without paying for all of the hours in one large deposit.

Complimentary edit time is also included. Typically payment for edits would be required in advance but with the content creator plan the first 1 – 4 minutes of edits are free depending on the plan you choose.

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Why We Do Yoga 2

In this chapter of Why we do Yoga, I travel to a few new places to find out the reasons and ways people do yoga. Familiar faces and new encounters lead me through a slew of changes plans but graceful adjustments. Watch as one connection leads to another from Martinique all the way back to Atlanta and a few places in between. Luck and coincidence carried me through this one. Look forward to the next soon enough. Peace 

The list of Yogis keeps growing but you can find most of the people seen in this one on Instagram

@EyeFocus
@SlyviaDESROSES Yogi / Translator 
@TheMartinicianWayOfLife
@PintsizeNurse Yogi
@NakeeshaSmith Yogi 
@MaatPetrova Fitness Wellness Coach 
@Allthingscoyia Yogi Mommy
@ReignGlobal Artist 
@HadiiyaBarbel Lifestyle Empowerment
@Theiridescentgoddess Yogi 
@LittleMsDaisha Yogi 
@Yirser Yogi 
@Quoom Drummer
@Doomzday_1 Drummer 
@Raine.Supreme Yogi 
@BluetreasurePhotography Yogi / Photo
@Yoga_Bay Yogi 
@KindredSpiritCR Equine Therapist / Yogi
Corrine Aulakh Equine Therapist / Yogi
@MovingArtExperience
@TheOmBrunch
@LifeisArt_Films Yogi 

@Aminabina
@By_Elr Yogi
@IamReneeWatkins Yogi  
@YogaPlayground Yogi 
@Dade2Shelby Yogi 
@Bri.Simpson Artist 
Cristian Taxi Costa Rica 

Let me know what you think

Book Select: Alien Information Theory: Psychedelic Drug Technologies and the Cosmic Game

Since prehistory, humans have used a range of psychedelic drugs for communion with the gods, connection with nature, or for the pure pleasure and wonder they generate as they transform the mind and the world. But one natural psychedelic in particular towers above the rest in its astonishing power to replace the normal waking world with a bizarre alternate reality replete with a diverse panoply of intelligent alien beings. As well as being the most powerful, N,N-dimethyltryptamine, more commonly known as DMT, is also the most common naturally-occurring psychedelic and can be found in countless plant species scattered across the Earth. DMT carries a profound message embedded in our reality, a message that we are now beginning to decode.

In Alien Information Theory, neurobiologist, chemist, and pharmacologist, Dr. Andrew R. Gallimore, explains how DMT provides the secret to the very structure of our reality, and how our Universe can be likened to a cosmic game that we now find ourselves playing. 

Gallimore explains how our reality was constructed using a fundamental code which generated our Universe — and countless others — as a digital device built from pure information with the purpose of enabling conscious intelligences, such as ourselves, to emerge. You will learn how fundamental digital information self-organises and complexifies to generate the myriad complex forms and organisms that fill our world; how your brain constructs your subjective world and how psychedelic drugs alter the structure of this world; how DMT switches the reality channel by allowing the brain to access information from normally hidden orthogonal dimensions of reality. And, finally, you will learn how DMT provides the secret to exiting our Universe permanently — to complete the cosmic game and to become interdimensional citizens of hyperspace.

Alien Information Theory is a unique account of this hidden structure of reality and our place within it, drawing on a diverse range of disciplines — including neuroscience, computer science, physics, and pharmacology — to carefully explain these complex ideas, which are illustrated with full-colour diagrams throughout.

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Psychedelics Today: Alien Information Theory Book Review

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Dr. Peter Sjöstedt-H and Dr. Andrew Gallimore – Alien Information Theory Book Review

In this unique episode, Dr. Peter Sjöstedt-H joins together in conversation with Dr. Andrew Gallimore, Author of Alien Information Theory: Psychedelic Drug Technologies and the Cosmic Game. In the show, these two Englishmen discuss Peter’s critique of Dr. Gallimore’s recent book.

3 Key Points:

1. Dr. Andrew Gallimore’s recent book, Alien Information Theory: Psychedelic Drug Technologies and the Cosmic Game, explains how DMT provides the secret to the very structure of our reality.

2. Based on a recently published review of Andrew’s book, Dr. Peter Sjöstedt-H sifts through and confronts Andrew’s idea that DMT allows one access to, and existence in a hyperspatial world.

3. They discuss Peter’s critique, covering topics on information, consciousness, dimensions, dreams and theory

Yogi Selects – Niara.zai

Every so often a brave yogi steps up and shares a little bit about their practice. Sometimes they give us a spoonful other times a buffet of experience. Either way the pleasure is ours to read below! Yogi SelectorNiara.zai

Toe stands are my weakness, What can you learn from the things that you are not strong or good at? 

 

Through my journey of seeking self love and learning more about myself I learned that I normally wouldn’t try things that I didn’t think I would be good at. Realizing this opened my eyes to so many things I was missing out on because I was simply afraid to fail or look stupid. So I now look at those difficult things that I before didn’t think I would be good at and now think “what is the first step to getting there” or “what are some variations that can help build my strength and confidence before going there?” For instancespending time in figure four pose and its many variations will eventually give you what you’re looking for with toe stands and you probably won’t even realize it. 

 

If the human body was a garden which plant would you place near your heart? 

 

Probably daffodils. Daffodils are perennials meaning once they bloom they can survive in many seasons. Although daffodils can survive in many seasons they also thrive in sunlight just like myself. 

 

What difference are there doing yoga with people in comparison to doing yoga by yourself?

Yoga with people brings a community feeling, everyone focusing on their own personal goals but confident enough to share their practice with their peers. I’ve also notice that when I practice with people and in a studio I’m more confident with trying the more difficult poses than when I’m practicing alone

Have you had any meditative like experiences that are hard to explain?

Yes my first time meditating with crystal I felt as if I entered a different world in my mind. If that makes senses 

Share one of your most profound/wise thoughts

This is something my dad always told me and my sister growing up “when you are thirsty you drink water” of course I took me until my adult age when I actually stopped drinking juice that I understood what he meant literally. As of lately I’ve been thinking of this phrase not so literally. We often indulge in all the things we want and not necessarily the things our body and mind may need. The things that bring us only temporary satisfaction when we should indulge more into the things that my heal us.

What fascinates you most about yoga currently and do you have any goals in mind mentally or physically?

What fascinates me most is How something that can be very physical is still calming for the mind, and how yoga is literally built for all ages and body types. I’m almost finished with 200hr YTT so one of my goals is finishing of course and sharing yoga with the world. My ultimate goal is bring yoga to more youth communities.

If you could teach a yoga class underwater what would be the dress requirements for the mermaid yogis?

Considering that I’m always naked I’d probably encourage my students to come in just their skin. Our body’s are temples, art, and so much more. Body positivity and feeling comfortable in your body is very important to me.

 

What was your first memory?

Not sure if it’s my first memory but I always have flashbacks of walking down the hallway on the first day of Pre-K. Not sure why.

 

Has yoga made an impact on your diet or do yoga eat what you normally find tasty? 

Yoga has definitely made an impact on my diet because it has allowed me to love my body so now I try really hard to take care of body.

Is there anything you would like to share with the readers of infocus247.com 

 

Self love is the best love! Namaste. 

 

 

Health Benefits of Coconut Cotyledon

The mature coconuts are collected regularly for their milk.  You can usually crack open a coconut for lunch and in the older, mature coconuts you’ll sometimes find a soft, spongey type formation on the inside of the coconut.  

This happens when the coconut is ready to shoot some leaves out and is an edible, soft predecessor.  This part is actually the Coconut Cotyledon which is sometimes called the ‘Coconut Embryo’ or ‘Coconut Apple’ and is suspended in germination and is generally eaten raw.

Samoans call this part of the Coconut O’o, Tongans, Tahitians and Cook Islanders call it ‘Uto, Niueans name for it is Niu Tupu, the Fijians call it Vara and Hawaiians refer to it as iho or lolo!

We all know that Coconut water and meat are very nutritious so don’t underestimate this one!  

 

Here are the Top 10 Health benefits of the Coconut Embryo:

1.  Supports immune system health: it is anti-viral, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, and anti-parasite.

Source:  Wattalyf.com

Advanced Machining Technological Evidence

Hey guys, in the ancient site of tiger caves, there are several strange marks found on rocks. This site is perfect for studying ancient technology. So, let’s go take a look and see what we can find. Here, you can see a strange rock which is standing at an angle. Let us go take a look at what it is. Is it a natural rock or was some kind of work done on this? The rock is tilted about 30 degrees and is very tall, about 35 feet. Upon closer inspection, you can see some weird shapes and abstract carving like cuts on it. Is it possible that ancient builders were working on it, and this is not a natural formation? Geologists and other experts will absolutely deny this, but they are just humans and are prone to errors. Let us take the God’s point of view, let us examine this rock from the sky. On one side, it looks normal but the truth is revealed when we turn to the other side. What do you think now? We can clearly see a series of perfect cuts on the top of the rock. Now we know, that it is a fact, that ancient builders were working on this rock. But what were they doing? What could be the purpose of these cuts on the top of the rock? From the ground, it is nearly impossible to see these marks. Even more interesting, it is impossible to climb this rock, it is perfectly smooth and slippery you have to climb more than 30 feet without holding anything. So, How did ancient builders climb up and make these cuts? And most importantly what possible purpose could these little holes have served? Tiger caves site is a very strange place, the purpose of many of the structures is UNKNOWN, including the so-called Tiger cave structure itself, nobody knows why these structures were built. But if you examine this site carefully, it appears to be a laboratory, a lab where various rock cutting technologies were tested. How about this rock? You can clearly see that one giant rock has been split into 4 pieces..or actually 5 pieces. This is not natural. This rock is many feet long and is made of solid granite. This looks like a giant loaf of bread and somebody used a giant knife to cut it into several pieces. But it is actually quite impossible to cut this rock like bread. Why? Because granite is a very very hard rock. Most people do not understand how hard it is, and many think they can easily cut it or break it. It is one of the hardest rocks in the world and we use diamond-tipped tools to cut granite.

 

 

Mysteries of Tiger caves, Mahabalipuram

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Hey guys today I’m going to show you a strange place called Tiger caves. This site you’re about to see has many strange features. I think it must have been an ancient lab. What you’re about to see is really mind-boggling because most people have never seen something like this. There’s something very mysterious about these tiger caves this is not a cave there are no caves here and neither do these monuments show Tigers. If you look at these carvings there are no Tigers and historians maintain that these structures were created by Pallava kings but Pallava Kings never carved Tigers because it symbolizes their rival Cholas so what is the origin of this structure? In normal hindu temples and monuments carvings will appear to have little details when you are far away and as you approach the monuments the carvings will show the more finer details but the structure is the complete opposite of this. When you’re close to the structure you cannot make out what it is. If you see the carvings from this distance you cannot even tell what they are, you cannot even tell if they’re animals. But the farther you go you will get a clearer picture. Jus try… watch how the camera moves farther and farther and the picture gets clearer and clearer. This is the beauty of tiger caves. The tiger cave was supposed to be built about 1300 years ago but some people believe that it was built much much earlier than that more than 10,000 years ago. This is a strange structure many archaeologists agree that this was not a temple but nobody knows why the structure was built? There are no statues. There are other features which explain what the structure was meant to be but you do see various animals. This animal which is commonly mistaken as a tiger has large fangs but also has horns like a cow and you can see more animals what you see here is an elephant. There are more elephants carved nearby but there’s also a horse that’s carved here. Why did they build a monument like this full of different animals? Nobody knows. As you can see this is just a rock it’s just a gigantic rock but you know ancient builders were capable of converting these things into amazing monuments. Just take a look at this, this is incredible as you can see this is just one rock but they’ve turned this into a temple. Let’s go take a look at what it has to offer for us. Now you can see a most spectacularly machined Lingam inside this chamber. This is one of the most complicated structures which were built in the ancient times. Just go inside, take a look how it looks. This Lingam has 16 facets and all the angles are perfectly made imagine taking a block of stone and making them into 16 equal sides with perfect angles. Today you would use C & C machines computerized technology to make a structure like this but how was it done more than a thousand years ago?

Sufism & Psychedelics w. Cheikh Sufi & Dr Gerry

Magnets Pyramids and Crystals Blogtalk Radio
https://www.blogtalkradio.com/magnetscrystalsandpyramids/2019/09/05/sufism-psychedelics-featuring-cheikh-sufi-dr-gerry

Tonight’s show will be an epic revelation into the intimate connection between spirituality and psychedelic states. Two world famous authors, lecturers, workshop facilitators, and world travelers, Cheikh Sufi and Dr. Gerry. The first hour will feature Cheikh Sufi. He will share with us the origins and meaning of Sufism and how the Sufi path leads to higher levels of spiritual awareness and eventually enlightenment.

The second hour we will be honored to have as our guest, Dr. Gerry.  Dr Gerardo Sandoval Isaac will share with us the mystical power of Bufo Alvarius. Bufo Alvarius is the scientific name of The Sonoran Desert Toad. In this magical creatures venom is a potent compound that aids people in overcoming addiction, depression, and is a pathway to greater self awareness.

 Dr. Gerardo Sandoval Isaac — is a medical doctor, gynecologist, medicine-man and ambassador for the Bufo alvarius toad, the best ways to harvest and experience the Bufo alvarius toad venom and 5-MeO-DMT.

  • Dr. Gerry’s first entheogenic experiences
  • What happens in a shamanic sacred mushroom ceremony
  • Importance of letting go during entheogenic experiences
  • The Bufo alvarius toad
  • How to harvest and consume the Bufo alvarius toad venom
  • 5 most common effects of smoking 5-MeO-DMT
  • How and why the body produces DMT
  • Entheogenic homework
  • Message from the Bufo alvarius toad
  • How to prepare yourself before you experience the toad

When a person smokes 5-MeO-DMT, there is an increased production and release of neurotransmitters and endorphins, such as serotonin and dopamine. They promote body regeneration, healing and an enormous release of unconscious stress

Book Select – Thinking fast and Slow

In the international bestseller, Thinking, Fast and Slow, Daniel Kahneman, the renowned psychologist and winner of the Nobel Prize in Economics, takes us on a groundbreaking tour of the mind and explains the two systems that drive the way we think. System 1 is fast, intuitive, and emotional; System 2 is slower, more deliberative, and more logical. The impact of overconfidence on corporate strategies, the difficulties of predicting what will make us happy in the future, the profound effect of cognitive biases on everything from playing the stock market to planning our next vacation―each of these can be understood only by knowing how the two systems shape our judgments and decisions.

Engaging the reader in a lively conversation about how we think, Kahneman reveals where we can and cannot trust our intuitions and how we can tap into the benefits of slow thinking. He offers practical and enlightening insights into how choices are made in both our business and our personal lives―and how we can use different techniques to guard against the mental glitches that often get us into trouble. Winner of the National Academy of Sciences Best Book Award and the Los Angeles Times Book Prize and selected by The New York Times Book Review as one of the ten best books of 2011, Thinking, Fast and Slow is destined to be a classic.

Find a copy on Amazon or read the Pdf online here

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