By Kevin Williams / Source: Near-Death.com
The near-death experiences of rich and famous people are particularly interesting. They are known all over the world. They are often beautiful, articulate and very talented in what they do. With this in mind, why would such a person reveal to everyone that they were dead and came back to life? Money? They already got that. Fame? They are already famous.
In fact, by telling everyone they came back from the dead, they may be risking their own reputation. People who reveal such things to others often become the butt of jokes or thought to be crazy. Why would anyone rich and famous subject themselves to this when it might result in lost fame and fortune? The only rational reason that such people who have nothing to gain is that it really happened to them and they want to share it.
The following are rich and famous people who risked it all to tell the world about their near-death experience. Some of these accounts are documented in Jean Ritchie’s excellent book, Death’s Door. Continue reading Near-Death Experiences of the Rich and Famous
By Dan Millman, Author of The Four Purposes of Life
The following method enables you to engage both your conscious and subconscious mind to make a better-informed decision about career (or any other facet of life.)
In a way, you’re about to experience a form of time travel that engages your imaginative capacities in any decision-making process.
With practice, this time-travel process becomes simple and straightforward, and it represents an investment of just ten to fifteen minutes. Continue reading Time Travel with your Subconscious Mind
I don’t really care that much whether people listen to me. I used to think, once upon a time as a young lad, that I’d make a name for myself, do something grand and impressive, change the world and all that stuff. I don’t care about that anymore.
Now, I’d rather not be famous. The more I’ve learned, the more I’ve come to lean toward the conclusion that the best thing in the world is for the world to leave you alone.
There is ultimately nothing to accomplish in life. You don’t need to be rich or well-liked or of prestigious social standing. You don’t need much of anything to be happy. You just need to focus on being happy, because you can only do one thing at a time in life. Continue reading Happiness Is Free
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By Julian Morgans / Vice
According to his biographer, Nikola Tesla slept no more than two hours a night. Prodigal Genius: The Life of Nikola Tesla explains that “by plugging the keyhole and the chinks around his door, he was able to spend the night hours reading volumes purloined from his father’s bookshelves. Frequently… he would read throughout the entire night, and feel none the worse for the loss of sleep.”
This is not a rare story. If you type “sleep habits” into Google you’ll be met with several thousand suggestions, all relating to famous people who didn’t sleep much. Leonardo da Vinci slept two hours a night. Margaret Thatcher slept about four, but then sometimes more on weekends. Mozart got up at 6 AM every morning and worked until after midnight. It’s suggested he usually got about five.
Continue reading I Tried Sleeping for Two Hours a Day and Almost Lost My Mind
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