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A POEM from A Client

A wish for a Happy New Year
To OUR friends at 18mind.
To be so blessed, with thoughts so clear
And stress left far behind.

Spiritual souls, you have found peace
By flipping thoughts for quick relief.

Your coaching, you see, is miraculous!
It teaches one to look within
And this new world is quite “spectaculous”
With each new day that WE begin.

Each day is taken as it is dealt
Without a thought of fear
Soon, all will know just how it felt
To flip to thoughts so clear.

The 4 Steps - How They Work

Life can become effortless.  This is a guarantee when the 4 Steps "Flipping technique," developed and coached at 18Mind's Mind Syntropy Program, is learned and practiced continuously.  There are many reasons this is so.

Why do we sleep? Who knows? Who cares?

Why do we sleep? Nobody knows! There are many theories, ideas, traditions and explanations.

Medicine and Science describe the function of sleep, but not the reason why we sleep, as having to do with resting the body and muscles that we used through out the day. Or there are theories about memory consolidation, addressing psychological issues, establishing hormone balance. However, a simple, unique explanation or reason for sleep is not given.

Don't Care

Caring – to care – in all of its forms has always occurred to you – as it did me for most of my life – as something worthy of your consideration, your time, your efforts & most, if not all, of your resources.

For you, caring has value and is at the source of good will, warm fuzzy feelings and cute little Teddy Bears with their own line of merchandise and Saturday morning cartoon show.

To care is demonstrated in heart-shaped candy boxes and sweet, chalky treats with catchy little slogans emblazoned upon their faces, not to mention all those Shoebox Greetings and Hallmark cards you've used to spread good cheer throughout the years because…you care.

Ever since you first became aware of yourself, the world you know has taught you that caring about all people, things & circumstances is not only something that you should do, it is also something that is always good to do for you and everyone else. And, the absence of it…is bad.

Not caring causes people to relate to you as caddy, cold, heartless and consider you to be a bad person for not doing so. For not caring in certain circumstances, some might even relate to you as a sociopath.

Well... try this...

I'm about to rob you; neither with gun nor threat of harm – unless you regard as “harm” being delivered from your incessant inclination toward debilitating levels of worry and concern. Stay with me for a few moments. Give up your addictions to “the way things are” and walk an unusual path for a while that might just leave you with a whole new perspective on something that’s been coloring your world in a way you would not have allowed had you ever been given a choice. The fact is…you weren’t ever given a choice at all.

You, I, they and them have all inherited a way of thinking, acting, believing and being that’s more than just a few thousand years old. And…it’s killing you. The nastiest part of this evil little scenario as it has unfolded in your life is that you invited the perpetrator into the living room of your world, sat it comfortably down and have been catering to it hand and foot ever since. The time has come to evict this malevolent tenant… this wolf dressed in sheep’s clothing.

What is Syntropy

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ISSN 1825-7968

Negative energy, syntropy and living systems

Antonella Vannini1

4.1 Introduction

The description of the qualities of entropic and syntropic phenomena can be traced back to the works of Luigi Fantappiè, one of the major Italian mathematicians, who, while working on the equations of quantum physics and special relativity, discovered that all the physical and chemical phenomena which are determined by causes located in the past are also governed by the law of entropy, whereas all the phenomena which are attracted towards causes located in the future (attractors), are governed by a symmetrical law which Fantappiè named syntropy.

Joyful Music May Promote Heart Health

Joyful Music May Promote Heart Health


ScienceDaily (Nov. 12, 2008) — Listening to your favorite music may be good for your cardiovascular system.


  By Earl Privette                                                                                                                                            Negative thinking is a sneaky little enemy which silently steals its way into a man's consciousness and, like a thief at night, steals not his purse, but robs him of that power which makes him poor indeed. It is a sinister and destructive influence that works night and day to prey on a man's soul. It is man's worst enemy, and life's meanest foe.  

Free Will: Now You Have It, Now You Don’t


 January 2, 2007


Free Will: Now You Have It, Now You Don’t

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 I was a free man until they brought the dessert menu around. There was one of those molten chocolate cakes, and I was suddenly being dragged into a vortex, swirling helplessly toward caloric doom, sucked toward the edge of a black (chocolate) hole. Visions of my father’s heart attack danced before my glazed eyes. My wife, Nancy, had a resigned look on her face.

The outcome, endlessly replayed whenever we go out, is never in doubt, though I often cover my tracks by offering to split my dessert with the table. O.K., I can imagine what you’re thinking. There but for the grace of God.


Where is God?

I suppose the 1st concept of God was "given" to me by my family and the Catholic religion of my childhood. This was mostly "the Old White Guy, with the long, grey beard." It had lots of anthropomorphic features, good and bad! Then as I reached college, alcohol, marijuana, disco, and science, I had an epiphany, that there is a huge, infinite universe, up there. This occurred around the age of 18-19 when I was visiting the local planetarium to view the planets, stars, and other celestial bodies, on a weekly basis. The Universe became full of wonder, awe, and mystery. And so did God.


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