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Meditation is Brain-Hacking

July 10, 2016

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NEUROHACKING BLOG

May 26, 2019

My work has evolved a great deal from a focus on the realm of the mind and neuroscience to a deep love affair with lean methodologies (think lean, six sigma, agile, etc.). Lean processes are a method of reducing waste, increasing efficiency, and discovering the gaps th...

March 20, 2019

As you may know through previous posts, I have been investing an incredible amount of energy on going to grad school while working full-time in healthcare. I also manage to maintain a reasonably full social life. I meditate, eat clean, take nootropics, exercise, and do...

October 31, 2018

Yes, I've been slacking off on writing since I'm still putting in hours and hours of writing papers at night. I have approximately seven months left before I complete my masters program in Industrial and Organizational Psychology. I hit a wall for a bit - I went throug...

July 5, 2018

Although the primary purpose of this blog is to share methodologies and insights regarding enhancing the incredible potential of the mind, I'm an immense advocate for the technologies that assist our minds, wellness, and our lives in general. Brain-computer technologie...

June 11, 2018

Ok, quick one today. I'm still in grad school and I'm completely passionate about industrial and organizational psychology. It has been a rigorous program and I hammer away at papers into the evenings after a full day hustling at the hospital. 

I would say my best neuro...

April 15, 2018

I've slowed down on the blog and events these days since starting a masters program in Industrial-Organizational Psychology. My purpose is to expand my services in teaching mind enhancement techniques to leaders and for improved performance in the workplace. So far, my...

February 14, 2018

MindExponential was created on the idea that we can hack our brain and therefore our mind, behaviors and wellness. As I explored various techniques and technologies to enhance my mind, hypnosis quickly became my favorite "hack". Advances in scientific discoveries of th...

January 1, 2018

Welcome to the new year. A new year seems in once sense to be the man-made marking of time, yet this human construct is symbolic as a measure of where we are as a society and where we are personally in comparison to prior years. 

As you mark of the new year, you can ask...

October 30, 2017

This year's Transformative Technology Conference was everything a tech-loving, mindful seeker desires. The theme of  the conference is Wiring Humanity for the Future, and this space personifies the cutting-edge relationship between mind, machine, spirit,, and wellness....

October 13, 2017

For any newcomers to nootropics, they are supplements or drugs taken to enhance mental performance (memory, focus, clarity, and problem- solving abilities). Since I'm doing so many different neurohacks at one time (meditation, hypnosis, intermittent fasting, etc) I acc...

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Neurohacking is the colloquial term for (usually personal or 'DIY') neuroengineering. It is a form of biohacking (qv) focusing on the brain and CNS. Strictly speaking it is any method of manipulating or interfering with the structure and/or function of neurons for improvement or repair (Wikipedia).

The NeuroHacking Blog is a journey and exploration into biohacking for optimal cognition, wellness, mindfulness, and a transcendent mind-body experience for peak living. There is a significant and growing body of evidence that shows that people can change and evolve their minds through various methods of neurohacking, which can include anything from meditation to brain training, to neurofeedback (and beyond). Newer research continues to reveal that this neuroplasticity is accessible to us at any age. Join us as we explore and share this neurohacking journey.

January 1, 2018

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