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Toast Sweat

Toast Sweat Alphabiotic You know, that dew like water droplet condensation that appears on the counter top when you leave a warm piece of toast. Condensation or ‘sweat’ is a natural occurrence caused by excess humidity or water vapor present in the air. When this water vapor comes in contact with a surface which is […]

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Once Upon A Time. The Alphabiotic Avalon.

Love is within us. It cannot be destroyed, but can only be hidden. The world we knew a children is still buried within our minds. I once read a delightful book called The Mists of Avalon. The mists of Avalon are a mythical allusion to the tales of King Arthur. Avalon is a magical island […]

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Alphabioti-critique

Alphabioti-critique In recent years there have emerged various critical articles on the internet about Alphabiotics. When anything new comes on the scene, especially something that really delivers – yet is so almost incomprehensibly simple; it tends to meet with resistance. Anyway, these articles generally fall into two categories. First are the skeptics. Skepticism as a […]

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Rope a dope – Alphabiotic rope theory

Rope a dope – Alphabiotic rope theory Suppose that when you began your life you were able to look ahead. In a metaphorical way your life was like a beautiful, straight rope – over one hundred years long. That long, straight rope represented how long you were designed to live. As you traveled the rope […]

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Works like a medicine, behaves like a drug

It’s an experience of something new. You either take to it with ease, jump right in and enjoy the ride, or you’re skeptical about every little nuance. That this is a first is open to debate, yet a way has been found to immediately shift consciousness to a subjectively better state. There are many ways […]

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Alphanalogy and Alphabiotics

Alphanalogy and Alphabiotics The Pineal-Brain Reset; causes the body’s internal clock to stop flashing 12:00 a.m. | defragments our inner computer | opens up the body’s pressure release valve | shifts us from lo-fi to hi-fi | changes the glass lens from gray to rose | makes the switch from analog to digital | shifts […]

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A Suspension Bridge. #Alphabiotics

A Suspension  Bridge My name is Dr. Neal Smookler and for the first time in history there is a way to instantly shift awareness from a ‘Problem Set’ to a ‘Solution Set.’ Using only my hands, I can trigger this altered state. If this sounds extreme, please bear with me. Much as meditation will suspend […]

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Conversations with Charlie Brown’s Parents. #Alphabiotic

Conversations-The New England Alphabiotic Foundation Successful brain functioning and learning is dependent upon the proper timing and synchronicity of the brain’s information processing. That is, successful brain functioning requires that the neurological pathways in the brain be well integrated so that all sensory inputs and outputs (i.e. brain processing) can take place quickly and accurately. […]

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Initial #Alphabiotic Impressions.

The following impressions have been reported by new alphabiotic participants after their very first alphabiotic ‘refresh’. These impressions have been gathered from roughly one thousand participants. Lights appearing brighter. *Colors more vivid. * Hearing improved. *Sense of smell enhanced. *Feeling lighter. *Feeling less cumbersome. *Feeling lengthened. *Self talk more positive. *Being more productive. *Feeling clear. […]

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Future Shock. ALPHABIOTICS. BOSTON, MA., WELLESLEY, MA., HOPKINTON, MA.

What I learned from Dr. Virgil Chrane is that when we are locked in an shock pattern (unresolved fight-or-flight response) a person is in a kind of limbo; ‘stuck’ in the past and apprehensive about the future. (Who says you can’t multi-task!) It’s a very ‘not-in-the-moment’ way to perceive. We walk through our days no […]

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