When I look at the sky and see a plane leaving a smudge behind, which isn’t disappearing after few minutes, I know it’s not a contrail. It’s a chemtrail. Several years ago there was no such thing. Sky was either blue or blue covered with clouds. Now, when the weather is nice, above big cities… Read More What do these planes leave behind?
Popularly we use two words: Hemp and Marijuana, describing one plant called cannabis. The difference is that hemp contains only trace of the psychoactive constituent called THC (TetraHydroCannabinol). Marijuana usually contains around 15% – 20% of THC, whereas hemp less than 0.3% of THC. Basically, hemp won’t get you high. As you cannot get high… Read More Few words on hemp
Human body is made of 50 trillion cells (1,000,000,000,000,000,000 – that’s one million million million) and cells are the living entities. You are a community, not a single person. Every cell in your body has minus voltage inside and positive voltage on the outside. Every life cell is a battery. Every cell has about 1.4volts.… Read More How does body and thoughts work?
We went to spend a day in London over the weekend and a thought popped into my head, while eating a burrito, prepared a night before, and looking at London landscape from Primrose Hill. “People don’t go places because they think it’s too expensive and here we are, having an awesome day out in a… Read More Trip to London
One of the best advice I could give, is to listen to an audiobook while you are driving. Studies shown that if you are an average driver, driving around 20,000 miles per year, after two years you could learn equivalent to one year of higher education, just by listening to audio programs in your car.… Read More What do you listen to while you drive?
Recently I attended a coaching course to become a Level 2 Qualified Judo Coach. I found content which was taught on the event super valuable. Therefore, I would like to pass onto you a very important approach philosophy, that was brought up during the seminar. Help others achieve their goals! For a moment forget about… Read More Coaching philosophy in everyday life
There is some kind of magic in the psychosomatic (psycho – mind, soma – body) activity called writing. You transfer your thoughts on a paper, making them “real”. Before you write your thoughts down they are like a cigarette smoke, can drift away anytime, and sooner or later usually will. As soon you write a… Read More Goals setting #1 – Have a written set of goals