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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 31 May 22

We held nothing back 🧠The Ultimate Neurohacking List for Energy, Cognition & Longevityneurohacker.comNeurohackers, biohackers, and health conscious creators share their favorite hacks and tips for boosting mental energy, cognition, and longevity.

We held nothing back 🧠The Ultimate Neurohacking List for Energy, Cognition & Longevityneurohacker.comNeurohackers, biohackers, and health conscious creators share their favorite hacks and tips for boosting mental energy, cognition, and longevity.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 30 May 22

⚡️🧠 “This is probably as close to the “Limitless” pill as we’re going to reasonably and safely get, without the afternoon crash.” – D’Andre L. Learn what makes Qualia the go-to nootropic of peak performers and biohackers. Plus, score 50% off your first subscription order: https://neurohacker.com/shop/qualia-mind

⚡️🧠 “This is probably as close to the “Limitless” pill as we’re going to reasonably and safely get, without the afternoon crash.” – D’Andre L. Learn what makes Qualia the go-to nootropic of peak performers and biohackers. Plus, score 50% off your first subscription order: https://neurohacker.com/shop/qualia-mind


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 29 May 22

Contemporary Neurohackers are exploring psychedelics for everything from accelerated learning to healing major trauma, reprogramming underlying associations that lead to habitual behavioral or thought patterns, shadow work, paradigm engineering, and, of course, the continued exploration of the nature of reality itself.⁣ ⁣ Because if neurohacking is about upgrading the hardware our consciousness runs on, we would be remiss not to mention these technologies of altered states.⁣ ⁣ Read more about using psychedelics responsibly and intentionally to reprogram the mind/brain interface: https://neurohacker.com/microdosing-psychedelics #psychedelics

Contemporary Neurohackers are exploring psychedelics for everything from accelerated learning to healing major trauma, reprogramming underlying associations that lead to habitual behavioral or thought patterns, shadow work, paradigm engineering, and, of course, the continued exploration of the nature of reality itself.⁣ ⁣ Because if neurohacking is about upgrading the hardware our consciousness runs on, we would be remiss not to …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 28 May 22

Hacks for “ridiculous brainpower” via HackerNoon.A Guide for Beginners in Neurohacking: Cheat Codes to Obtain Ridiculous Brainpower | HackerNoonhackernoon.com5 fundamental neuro hacks that could make an amazing difference in your brainpower.

Hacks for “ridiculous brainpower” via HackerNoon.A Guide for Beginners in Neurohacking: Cheat Codes to Obtain Ridiculous Brainpower | HackerNoonhackernoon.com5 fundamental neuro hacks that could make an amazing difference in your brainpower.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 28 May 22

Even if you’re doing 30 minutes per day of physical activity, it matters what you do the other 23.5 hours of the day. #MoveInMay Check the study: https://www.mayoclinicproceedings.org/article/S0025-6196(15)00630-8/references#articleInformation

Even if you’re doing 30 minutes per day of physical activity, it matters what you do the other 23.5 hours of the day. #MoveInMay Check the study: https://www.mayoclinicproceedings.org/article/S0025-6196(15)00630-8/references#articleInformation


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 26 May 22

Why does it matter? Because eye strain can impact both cognitive performance and mood. Click to take our eye strain test 👁10 Clues That Your Screen Time Behavior is Impacting Your Visionneurohacker.comHigh amounts of screen time cause the body to give us vision- and quite often posture-related feedback clues. It can also impact thinking and mood. Let’s focus on the visual system, because clues in this area are a common type of feedback, and an indication of visual system stress.

Why does it matter? Because eye strain can impact both cognitive performance and mood. Click to take our eye strain test 👁10 Clues That Your Screen Time Behavior is Impacting Your Visionneurohacker.comHigh amounts of screen time cause the body to give us vision- and quite often posture-related feedback clues. It can also impact thinking and mood. Let’s focus on the …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 25 May 22

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ “By supporting my vision, it’s created a holistic ripple effect in the rest of my life on every level.” – Nikki J. Qualia Vision is the ultimate recipe to protect, restore, and enhance visual performance. Learn more 👉🏼👁 https://neurohacker.com/shop/qualia-vision

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ “By supporting my vision, it’s created a holistic ripple effect in the rest of my life on every level.” – Nikki J. Qualia Vision is the ultimate recipe to protect, restore, and enhance visual performance. Learn more 👉🏼👁 https://neurohacker.com/shop/qualia-vision


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 25 May 22

The Ginkgo biloba tree is native to China and has been called a living fossil because it is the only surviving species of the order Ginkgoales that existed on earth 190 million years ago. It contains several bioactive substances, including flavonoid glycosides such as quercetin, kaempferol and isorhamnetin, and terpene lactones such as ginkgolides A, B and C, and bilobalide. Through the action of these compounds, Ginkgo is able to support several neurotransmitter systems, support neurogenesis, and promote healthy vascular function and cerebral blood flow. Those benefits alone earns it a spot on our nootropics love list. Learn more: https://neurohacker.com/ginkgo-biloba

The Ginkgo biloba tree is native to China and has been called a living fossil because it is the only surviving species of the order Ginkgoales that existed on earth 190 million years ago. It contains several bioactive substances, including flavonoid glycosides such as quercetin, kaempferol and isorhamnetin, and terpene lactones such as ginkgolides A, B and C, and bilobalide. …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 25 May 22

The art of developing a spiritual workplace involves far more than perfunctory meet-and-greet introductions for a new hire, or team-building exercises where people mention a few bullet-point interests in their life outside work. Read what else our CEO, James Schmachtenberger, had to say about spirituality in the workplace.Spirituality in the Workplace?www.inc.comYes, and it starts with how we see each other, says Neurohacker Collective

The art of developing a spiritual workplace involves far more than perfunctory meet-and-greet introductions for a new hire, or team-building exercises where people mention a few bullet-point interests in their life outside work. Read what else our CEO, James Schmachtenberger, had to say about spirituality in the workplace.Spirituality in the Workplace?www.inc.comYes, and it starts with how we see each other, …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 24 May 22

In Jung’s work “The Phenomenology of the Self” he talks about the ‘shadow’ – the unknown, dark side of the personality. According to Jung, we repress these dark aspects of the unconscious mind, which makes them prone to projection. It is dark because it is instinctive, irrational and primitive – consisting of impulses such as lust, power, greed, envy, anger and rage. But it is also a hidden source of creativity and insight. Jung believed that recognizing and integrating the shadow aspect is essential for psychological health – a process called individuation. #polymath

In Jung’s work “The Phenomenology of the Self” he talks about the ‘shadow’ – the unknown, dark side of the personality. According to Jung, we repress these dark aspects of the unconscious mind, which makes them prone to projection. It is dark because it is instinctive, irrational and primitive – consisting of impulses such as lust, power, greed, envy, anger …

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