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We’ve seen yoga, standing desks and vegetarian lunches turn troubled schools around, but we’ve never seen meditation adopted successfully within the school system. Until now. According to reports, several San Francisco middle and high schools, as well as scattered schools around the Bay Area, have adopted what they call, “Quiet Time” – a stress-reduction meditation strategy that is doing wonders for students and teachers. The first school to adopt the Quiet Time practice in 2007, Visitacion Valley Middle School, has reaped huge rewards. Formally a school largely out of control, Visitacion Valley is smack in the middle of a neighborhood where shootings are common. This resulted in the students getting bad grades, skipping school and fighting daily, as they were likely highly troubled by the violence surrounding them. The situation at Visitacion Valley was so dire that teachers even started calling in sick, to avoid teaching these kids. The school tried everything from counseling to peer support to after-school tutoring and sports but nothing seemed to work until Quiet Time entered the picture.

The SFGate reports that within the first year that Quiet Time was used, “The number of suspensions fell by 45 percent. Within four years, the suspension rate was among the lowest in the city. Daily attendance rates climbed to 98 percent, well above the citywide average. Grade point averages improved markedly.” Most importantly, the SFGate reports that, “Remarkably, in the annual California Healthy Kids Survey, these middle school youngsters recorded the highest happiness levels in San Francisco.” Now, at least three other schools have adopted Quiet Time with similarly successful results. Burton High School notes that students involved in Quiet Time say they experience significantly less stress and depression, and greater self-esteem, plus academic successes have risen dramatically. The California Achievement Test, which measures grades of kids in CA, found that twice as many students in Quiet Time schools have become proficient in English, when compared to students who don’t participate in Quiet Time, and the gap is even bigger in math. Teachers in the schools using Quiet Time are also faring better, stating that they’re, “Less emotionally exhausted and more resilient.” The Quiet Time website notes the following success rates of meditation in schools:

  • 10% improvement in test scores—and a narrowing of the achievement gap.
  • Highly effective for increasing creativity.
  • Improved teacher retention and reduced teacher burnout.
  • Greater happiness, focus and self-confidence.
  • Reduced ADHD symptoms and symptoms of other learning disorders.
  • 86% reduction in suspensions over two years.
  • 40% reduction in psychological distress, including stress, anxiety and depression.
  • 65% decrease in violent conflict over two years.

While of course, we can’t know the very long-term effects of meditation in schools (yet) it’s clear that schools are benefiting from the innovative practice, making Quiet Time a stellar idea for other schools to try. For more information on the Quiet Time Program, contact Jamie Grant at

If you are a tall individual who is tired of leaning over to wash the dishes or take a shower and would like to like to shop for clothes that actually fit your solution might be height reduction. The human skeleton replaces itself once every 10 years based on our etheric DNA template. If we can overlay our etheric body a holographic blueprint of a smaller skeleton then it stands to reason with time the skeleton can change in size and scope.

Date Released: August 14, 2015
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Early hunter gather societies engaged in meditation as a way to seek alternate states of consciousness. Over time meditation involved into a more structured practice. As early as 5,000 years ago some of these practices where recorded in Indian scriptures known as “tantras”.

Around 500 BC, Buddhist and Hindu teachings began to spread meditation practices throughout Southeast Asia. Many years later these practices where adopted by the west. In the 1960’s professors and researchers began studying the scientific basis behind meditation. They discovered meditation had astonishing benefits on the human psyche.

In one study, led by Harvard researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), found that meditating for only 8 weeks significantly changed the brain’s grey matter. Grey matter is a major part of the central nervous system in what is associated with processing information, as well as providing nutrients and energy to neurons. In other words, meditation has shown evidence in improving memory, empathy, sense of self, and stress relief.

This particular study used a technique known as mindfulness meditation for 27 minutes a day over a period of 8 weeks. The study showed the brains plasticity increasing with grey matter in the hippocampus, resulting in enhanced self-awareness, compassion, and introspection. In addition, participants with lower stress levels showed decreased grey matter in the amygdala, which helps manage anxiety and stress.

In another recent University of Calgary study, researchers found that mindfulness meditation increases the length of telomeres in breast cancer patients. Telomeres are the stretches of DNA that cap our chromosomes. Their main purpose is to prevent our chromosomes from deteriorating which results in physical aging.

In an analysis of the blood from the previous “world’s oldest woman,” Hendrikje van Andel-Schipper, scientists discovered that at the end of her life the telomeres on van Andel-Schipper’s white blood cells were drastically worn down, such as a burnt out wick on a candle. This led to the remarkable discovery that, what we refer to as “death from natural old age” is actually due to stem-cell exhaustion caused by the shortening of the telomeres. Premature shortening of telomeres is associated with cancer, diabetes, heart disease, and high stress levels.

Science has shown us meditation can enhance your mental powers and lifespan. Here are some of the more popular meditation techniques to help you learn how to meditate deeply.

Mindfulness meditation is an adaptation of Buddhist meditation, where practitioners focus on present thoughts and actions in a non-judgmental way. This involves ignoring past grudges and future concerns and deliberatively paying more attention to what’s going on at the moment.  Primordial Sound Meditation is a silent practice that uses a repeating mantra of vibrational sound into the universe which helps you to enter deeper levels of awareness by taking you away from the intellectual side of the brain.

Zen is also referred to as Zazen, which literally means “seated meditation” comes from Buddhism, which teaches insight through observing the breath and the mind, and through interaction with a teacher.  Transcendental Meditation was founded by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, and made popular by famous followers like the Beatles. This involves a mantra or series of Sanskrit words to help the practitioner focus during meditation in lieu of just following breath. Kundalini Yoga Meditation contains specific, practical tools that carefully and precisely support the mind, and guide the body through the use of breath, mantra, mudra (hand position), and focus. A guided meditation brings an individual into an alternative state of consciousness either by a person’s voice of a story or hypnotic commands.

All of these methods can be enhanced using powerful Neologicaltech meditation devices. The neo device brings more chi energy into your body helping you relax and enter into deeper states of your mind. So whatever you choose meditation is sure to bring you many spiritual, mental, and health benefits over time.

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The Code of Life

“Upon regular ingestion of these stabilized components, I have witnessed patients dramatically improve, and in many cases, literally walk away from diseases and disorders altogether (digestive diseases in particular), several of which the traditional medical community label as “incurable” such as Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD: Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis), Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD), Heartburn, Diverticulitis, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS), Gastric Ulcers, Constipation, Diarrhea, Allergies, Food Intolerances, Lactose Intolerance, and Malabsorbtion.”

In the interest of necessity, I am making my book available for free on this website, for anyone suffering with a disease or condition. Please feel free to spread the word about The Code of Life to anyone you know who is currently afflicted with disease or interested in disease prevention.

The best of health to you and yours,

Dr. Ronald P. Drucker

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If emotion can control the production of hormones, it stands to reason that you could simply will yourself taller. If emotional biofeedback techniques have been shown to awaken the body’s own emotional states, then influencing ones hormones is possible and even growing taller past the age of puberty.

Date Released: August 4, 2015
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A few years back I got to know James and Koso and they gave me enough information to make a informed decision in purchasing the IDL-12 they use to make. Quite frankly I didn’t know what to do with it when it arrived. I opened up the box and pulled out a small square box with insignia on all six sides. It felt a bit heavy. I read the protocol instructions and there was a good many to choose from. When I saw the “Psychic” protocol to make one open his or hers psychic centers I decided this is what I will practice for the next 30-60 hours of one hour training.

On my weekends I was able to do two (one hour) training for two days, so I had four hours each weekend and one hour each weekday for a total of 9 hours a week, 36 hours a month! It seemed to me a good plan to reach my first thirty or so hours to see what happens. And happened it did! James and Koso always emphasized that once in that area of specific hours synchronocities just materialize out of thin air. Before I had the “Need” it was already manifested! I was becoming “Psychic” each and everyday. I wish I could take credit for this on my own but that would be a lie! I have to the give credit to my IDL-12 it was this device that made it all happen to us.

Within about my 50th hour of training pretty close to 7 weeks or so, I thought I give myself a well deserved break from meditation and just watch some T.V. and read a good book. Which in fact that is what I did. My wife went to sleep on me and I crawled in to get some sleep as I was laying their running over in my mind everything that had happened to us since reaching that 30 hour mark, I must have dozed off but it didn’t last that long. As I was sleeping I was awakened by a female voice saying, “Honey, come out into the living room”. I barely could open my eyes and I tried once more to listen to whom I thought was my wife at the times calling for me.

I got no other reply so I fell back to sleep and once again it said, “Please come out into the living room”! Ok, Ok, I am getting up, thinking my wife couldn’t sleep and she needed company until she got sleepy enough to go back to bed. I manage to stumble through the hallway and out into living room. When I open my eyes fully looking around for my wife she wasn’t there! All that was there was our furniture a dark room and my IDL-12 sitting on the coffee table where I last used it. I shook my head and headed back to bed, once I entered the bedroom I saw my wife sleeping under a pile of blankets. She was a sleep! Then who and the heck called for me?

I laid back down and fell asleep quickly, only to be disturbed one last time, again the female voice said, “Come out into the living room!” So I quietly tipped toed to the living room only to find the same thing. I sat down on the sofa and picked up my cube and said, “I guess it was you calling for me, wasn’t it!” It gave no response…So I set the alarm for one hour and took about 10 minutes or so repeating the protocol instructions what I wanted from the opening of the star-gate. After the alarm went off, I went back to sleep once more and no more female voices for the rest of the night.

I told my wife what happened but she didn’t hear anything. Over time I figured out what was happening, my IDL-12 set up a telepathic link to me and wanting me not to skip the one hour mediation. You remember before on my first time using the device I was using the Protocol for Psychic Enhancement, well it was working! So we had both synchronocities and psychic communication going on all at the same time.

Some may ask, do you trust James: My answer would be “Yes”!
Does the IDL’s really work or is it imagination: Definitely Works!
Is it worth the high cost: My question back to you would be, what are you worth!

Here is the thing, if you ever envied true psychics and I am not referring to 1-800’s either, and you envy their skills at remote viewing and walking and talking in other dimensional worlds, you no longer need to be envious, because using James’s NEO will actually get you there in a hurry. But you must be willing to put a minimum of one hour everyday and the time of day is up to you, just put in that required one hour. Nothing comes free in this world or the next! When your hungry you feed yourself but when the spirit is hungry some of us starve ourselves! That energy body in us, like it or not is here to stay as long as you can breath the breath of life.

It too is starving for it’s food! But it can only be fed with the same substance that your energy body is made up of. Meditation is that substance and with the IDL-Neo’s you can get your spiritual food all in one place. Then watch what happens when it’s fed! I want to reach that goal of 256 hours! I called this my Master Achievement Level I. Of course every 256 hours would be the next upcoming level (s).

Thanks James for your hard work…

A. Friend


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With evidence growing that training the mind or inducing certain modes of consciousness can have positive health effects, researchers have sought to understand how these practices physically affect the body. A new study by researchers in Wisconsin, Spain, and France reports the first evidence of specific molecular changes in the body following a period of intensive mindfulness practice.

The study investigated the effects of a day of intensive mindfulness practice in a group of experienced meditators, compared to a group of untrained control subjects who engaged in quiet non-meditative activities. After eight hours of mindfulness practice, the meditators showed a range of genetic and molecular differences, including altered levels of gene-regulating machinery and reduced levels of pro-inflammatory genes, which in turn correlated with faster physical recovery from a stressful situation.

“To the best of our knowledge, this is the first paper that shows rapid alterations in gene expression within subjects associated with mindfulness meditation practice,” says study author Richard J. Davidson, founder of the Center for Investigating Healthy Minds and the William James and Vilas Professor of Psychology and Psychiatry at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
“Most interestingly, the changes were observed in genes that are the current targets of anti-inflammatory and analgesic drugs,” says Perla Kaliman, first author of the article and a researcher at the Institute of Biomedical Research of Barcelona, Spain (IIBB-CSIC-IDIBAPS), where the molecular analyses were conducted.

The study was published in the Journal Psychoneuroendocrinology.

Mindfulness-based trainings have shown beneficial effects on inflammatory disorders in prior clinical studies and are endorsed by the American Heart Association as a preventative intervention. The new results provide a possible biological mechanism for therapeutic effects.

Gene Activity Can Change According To Perception

According to Dr. Bruce Lipton, gene activity can change on a daily basis. If the perception in your mind is reflected in the chemistry of your body, and if your nervous system reads and interprets the environment and then controls the blood’s chemistry, then you can literally change the fate of your cells by altering your thoughts.

In fact, Dr. Lipton’s research illustrates that by changing your perception, your mind can alter the activity of your genes and create over thirty thousand variations of products from each gene. He gives more detail by saying that the gene programs are contained within the nucleus of the cell, and you can rewrite those genetic programs through changing your blood chemistry.

In the simplest terms, this means that we need to change the way we think if we are to heal cancer. “The function of the mind is to create coherence between our beliefs and the reality we experience,” Dr. Lipton said. “What that means is that your mind will adjust the body’s biology and behavior to fit with your beliefs. If you’ve been told you’ll die in six months and your mind believes it, you most likely will die in six months. That’s called the nocebo effect, the result of a negative thought, which is the opposite of the placebo effect, where healing is mediated by a positive thought.”

That dynamic points to a three-party system: there’s the part of you that swears it doesn’t want to die (the conscious mind), trumped by the part that believes you will (the doctor’s prognosis mediated by the subconscious mind), which then throws into gear the chemical reaction (mediated by the brain’s chemistry) to make sure the body conforms to the dominant belief. (Neuroscience has recognized that the subconscious controls 95 percent of our lives.)

Now what about the part that doesn’t want to die–the conscious mind? Isn’t it impacting the body’s chemistry as well? Dr. Lipton said that it comes down to how the subconscious mind, which contains our deepest beliefs, has been programmed. It is these beliefs that ultimately cast the deciding vote.

“It’s a complex situation,” said Dr. Lipton. People have been programmed to believe that they’re victims and that they have no control. We’re programmed from the start with our mother and father’s beliefs. So, for instance, when we got sick, we were told by our parents that we had to go to the doctor because the doctor is the authority concerning our health. We all got the message throughout childhood that doctors were the authority on health and that we were victims of bodily forces beyond our ability to control. The joke, however, is that people often get better while on the way to the doctor. That’s when the innate ability for self-healing kicks in, another example of the placebo effect.

Mindfulness Practice Specifically Affects Regulatory Pathways

The results of Davidson’s study show a down-regulation of genes that have been implicated in inflammation. The affected genes include the pro-inflammatory genes RIPK2 and COX2 as well as several histone deacetylase (HDAC) genes, which regulate the activity of other genes epigenetically by removing a type of chemical tag. What’s more, the extent to which some of those genes were downregulated was associated with faster cortisol recovery to a social stress test involving an impromptu speech and tasks requiring mental calculations performed in front of an audience and video camera.

Biologists have suspected for years that some kind of epigenetic inheritance occurs at the cellular level. The different kinds of cells in our bodies provide an example. Skin cells and brain cells have different forms and functions, despite having exactly the same DNA. There must be mechanisms–other than DNA–that make sure skin cells stay skin cells when they divide.

Perhaps surprisingly, the researchers say, there was no difference in the tested genes between the two groups of people at the start of the study. The observed effects were seen only in the meditators following mindfulness practice. In addition, several other DNA-modifying genes showed no differences between groups, suggesting that the mindfulness practice specifically affected certain regulatory pathways.

The key result is that meditators experienced genetic changes following mindfulness practice that were not seen in the non-meditating group after other quiet activities — an outcome providing proof of principle that mindfulness practice can lead to epigenetic alterations of the genome.

Previous studies in rodents and in people have shown dynamic epigenetic responses to physical stimuli such as stress, diet, or exercise within just a few hours.

“Our genes are quite dynamic in their expression and these results suggest that the calmness of our mind can actually have a potential influence on their expression,” Davidson says.

“The regulation of HDACs and inflammatory pathways may represent some of the mechanisms underlying the therapeutic potential of mindfulness-based interventions,” Kaliman says. “Our findings set the foundation for future studies to further assess meditation strategies for the treatment of chronic inflammatory conditions.”

Subconscious Beliefs Are Key

Too many positive thinkers know that thinking good thoughts–and reciting affirmations for hours on end–doesn’t always bring about the results that feel-good books promise.

Dr. Lipton didn’t argue this point, because positive thoughts come from the conscious mind, while contradictory negative thoughts are usually programmed in the more powerful subconscious mind.

“The major problem is that people are aware of their conscious beliefs and behaviors, but not of subconscious beliefs and behaviors. Most people don’t even acknowledge that their subconscious mind is at play, when the fact is that the subconscious mind is a million times more powerful than the conscious mind and that we operate 95 to 99 percent of our lives from subconscious programs.

“Your subconscious beliefs are working either for you or against you, but the truth is that you are not controlling your life, because your subconscious mind supersedes all conscious control. So when you are trying to heal from a conscious level–citing affirmations and telling yourself you’re healthy–there may be an invisible subconscious program that’s sabotaging you.”

The power of the subconscious mind is elegantly revealed in people expressing multiple personalities. While occupying the mind-set of one personality, the individual may be severely allergic to strawberries. Then, in experiencing the mind-set of another personality, he or she eats them without consequence.

The new science of epigenetics promises that every person on the planet has the opportunity to become who they really are, complete with unimaginable power and the ability to operate from, and go for, the highest possibilities, including healing our bodies and our culture and living in peace.

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Michael Forrester is a spiritual counselor and is a practicing motivational speaker for corporations in Japan, Canada and the United States.


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