Before beginning today’s blog, I thought it prudent to clarify our connection with spirituality which takes us to a whole other level. Realize that you are more than you are living and embrace what potentially could be the best time of your life, how you deal with it matters, and how this new found meaning can impact your future.
Alpha-brainwaves are special. They fulfill this connection, as they imply you are part of the universe. After a major motorcycle accident in 1978, sport became part of my life and has been linked to my success. Consequently, everything you are going to read is my personal account below which touches on how it has impacted me and my view of human evolutionary trends.
Since the beginning of man, we have evolved. The 19th century British naturalist Charles Darwin who proposed the theory of biological evolution by natural selection defined evolution as "descent with modification," the idea that species change over time, give rise to new species, and share a common ancestor.
The Theory of Evolution is one of the best-substantiated theories in the history of science. It is supported by evidence from a wide variety of scientific disciplines, including genetics, which shows that different species have similarities in their DNA.
With this information it is clear to see we are not living to our full potential. If we could enhance our ability to tap into our true future capacity early, then futuristic space adventures are just the beginning. Actually, my imaginative side has brought me to the conclusion that superheroes can one day be a reality. Brainwaves are powerful and could produce a clever idea!
Think about that for a moment, comic characters were visualized by someone who realized Brain Waves and Artificial Intelligence are linked to help us master our own actions beyond what is currently possible. Personally, I think artificial intelligence could be dangerous, as it has the ability to grow and outsmart us. Even with a safety system to control its development, it could outwit us and make us its slaves.
(See link above) Excerpt by American Journal by Biomedical Science & Research, part text as follow:
“The human brain emits waves that we do not feel. The waves emanating from the brain are conscious and aware. The human brain is made up of many nerve cells called neurons. The brain sends various messages to different parts of the body and receives messages from them through neurons. Human brain waves can also communicate directly with Artificial Intelligence. Artificial Intelligence is concerned with intelligent behavior in artifacts and has three common characteristics with human beings: learning, problem-solving and decision-making. The direct connection between human brain waves and Artificial Intelligence is a challengeable issue, because it has lots of advantages and disadvantages. One of the most challengeable issues is reading the human mind by artificial intelligence, that is, the privacy of people will be in danger. Another issue is that governments can control their people according to their own will, not the will of the people. On the other hand, direct connection between human brain waves and Artificial Intelligence has lots of advantages, among them, solving the problem of dumb people, resolving family disputes, creating peace and intimacy between people, increasing the power of memory, and strengthening the immune system can be mentioned. As this technique will appear soon, it is necessary to inform people of it and codify its specific rules and regulations to avoid misuse of it.”
More about brainwaves:
Your brain is a bustling hub of electrical activity. This is due to the fact that the cells in your brain, called neurons, use electricity to communicate with each other.
When a group of neurons sends an electrical signal to another group of neurons, it’s brain waves. This has been proven by computer-generated EEG test that detect and measure the electrical activity in your brain which creates a picture that looks like a wavelike pattern.
There are five basic types of brain waves that range from very slow to very fast. Alpha waves fall in the middle of that series of waves. Your brain produces these waves when you’re awake but not really concentrating on any one thing.
There’s always some type of electrical activity going on in your brain, whether you’re aware of it or not.
At different times of the day, depending on what you’re doing, one type of your brain’s electrical waves will dominate. When your brain’s alpha waves are dominating, you’re likely in a state of wakeful relaxation.
Relaxation techniques like mindfulness and meditation help increase alpha waves. This, in turn, helps to feel calmer, less anxious, and boosts creativity levels. Having personally felt alpha-brainwaves in day-2-day activities in a mindful state has encouraged a sense of wellbeing and motivational drive that confirms my assertoric appreciation of power.
Alpha-brainwaves also help concentration levels so as to delve into a hidden pocket of knowledge, opening the mind to more meaningful resources, and consecutively becoming more curious about what the world offers.
It is this connection between common and usual life with what spiritually helps me believe humans are only using a small fraction of their capacity. It’s what’s beyond the spectrum of normality that spurs top-notch ideas.
Have a roller-coaster (exhilarating) day!
Prof. Carl Boniface
Spirituality (n) = the quality of being concerned with the human spirit or soul as opposed to material or physical things. "The shift in priorities allows us to embrace our spirituality in a more profound way."
Imply (v) = suggest, infer, hint at, point toward, indicate, denote, entail, involve, mean
Outwit (v) = outsmart, outfox, outmaneuver, best, beat, get the better of
Brainwaves (n) = Brain waves are oscillating electrical voltages in the brain measuring just a few millionths of a volt. There are five widely recognized brain waves.
Assertoric (n) = 1. (of a statement) stating a fact, as opposed to expressing an evaluative judgment. 2. obsolete. judging what is rather than what may or must be. “Assertoric judgments are judgments which are possibly true but are unproven.”