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Spur of the Moment Reflections

November 1, 2012

Filed under: Uncategorized — Johanna C. Nilsson @ 7:56 am

The interactions on wordpress has become mych more active as of recent. I’m receiving many more likes and responses from other bloggers whom I don’t know. I guess you could say it’s like Twitter – but much much more text. Or acually – more like Facebook, but open to people you don’t know. And appart from like, follow and comment – you can do something similar to “share”…

Testing the feature in WordPress to “Reblog” a post from the last person who liked my “It’s true what they say” post.

My father wasn’t a brain scientist per s.e., he was a neuro surgent (is that not a word? It keeps correcting me.) I’m sure he knew about the positive impact of your envisions and thoughts – he didn’t say it out loud – but based on his actions, he is the one I thought of while reading this. Apart from the prayers, to be truthful.

That said: imagine the best and have a blessed day ;). Enjoy the post below.

Did You Know?

Hello everyone!

This is the first post of this blog, in which I’m going to write scientific facts about those things that surrounds us and that are soooo cool, but we just don’t know them. Did you know for example that ALL BRAIN SCIENTISTS KNOW, that if you imagine really good stuff about your future, and just leave this thought alone, the brain will necessarily make you achieve them within just a few years? The brain is like a very good chess player who sees what needs to be done in order to achieve a certain goal within a few steps, but he sees years ahead! So, this time I’m going to write a little bit about the brain, but in my next posts I’m going to write about things like stars, quantom physics, The AMAZING pyramids of Giza, different theories about our past, sacred geometry (The Geometry of all…

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3 Responses to “”

  1. Aha! The post (part of) comes above… Neat. So now you don’t need to ask people to guest blog… You can just take their content… Not sure what I think of this. On the other side – this feature make sure that the source reference is still there. Maybe it’s a good thing.
    Sharing is carrying after all.

  2. Rolf Kenmo Says:

    Hmmm, it is therefore you should protect your brain from bad impressions and bad thoughts e.g. by focusing on the cheese part of the cheese – not the …

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