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...  and many ways to initiate the relaxation response. Some may include: bathing, dancing, singing, games, knitting, yoga, tai chi, rock climbing, reading literature, gardening, biking, hiking in nature, ...
2. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 2
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... in movies. Sit, relax and close eyes. Imagine yourself doing some physical activity. It might be a job around the house like fixing the gutter, or it might be a sequence of Yoga or Tai Chi. Concentrate ...
3. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 1
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... networks. Tai Chi is one of the best; swimming in moving water is another. Dancing of any kind where you have to remember the steps is good too. Any kind of basic workout that improves your blood flow ...
... tai chi or simple activities such as gardening are very helpful to some.   Recent (2012) meditation research has focused on creating new techniques mixing meditation and other methods to reduce ...
... memory in all networks   Exercise –Is known to improve memory, especially early networks. Tai Chi is one of the best; swimming in moving water is another. Dancing of any kind where you have ...
... or Tai Chi. Concentrate on what the movements feel like. Start off with short, simple sequences and work up to long, complex tasks. Feel the effort required to do different actions. Be aware of any counter-balance ...
... the books' (and in effect, making decisions). If you have difficulty making decisions, get out there and do some balancing exercises -learn Tai Chi. As your brain learns how to balance the body well, it ...
8. Alternatives to work
(Homeworld/School & Work Alternatives)
...  It's possible to make a living from teaching Tai Chi and various other martial arts but to teach most mainstream martial arts as a professional you need a license in many places. Teaching CQC (close ...
9. Physiological methods - Benefits of Exercise
(Neurohacking/Methods & Technology)
... the best forms of exercise that anyone can take part in at any age. Yoga and Tai Chi can be difficult for people who find it hard to slow down, yet paradoxically they may need it most! The more you practice ...
... system (in fact it's given to transplant patients to avoid rejection of organs). Overtraining or too vigorous exercise also suppresses the immune system, while the martial art of Tai Chi has been shown ...
11. For Newbies
(FAQs/General Issues)
... used for many more purposes. The Dalai Lama’s talks got me interested in neuroscience. I use some biofeedback to aid my meditation progress and I plan my diet and things like Tai Chi exercises. I ...
...  and many ways to initiate the relaxation response. Some may include: bathing, dancing, singing, games, knitting, yoga, tai chi, rock climbing, reading literature, gardening, biking, hiking in nature, ...