If you want an application to expand your Mac’s finder capabilities, Totalfinder is the application you need. It allows your finder to have tabs, display finder windows side by side, and finally use command-x to cut and paste files. It is very customizable and allows for user specific options. Overall it’s a great application that integrates into your system seamlessly. I rate this application 5 out of 5 stars.
- Take Risks.
- Continuous practice.
- Breath consciously while waiting.
- Notice breathing.
- Improve thoughts. (Think positive)
- Learn to laugh with others.
- Take action.
- Plan to be early.
- Random acts of kindness.
- Eat healthy.
- Drink more water.
- Don’t eat or drink before sleep.
- Quality sleep.
- Use your Imagination.
- Overcome fears.
- Journal mental breakthroughs.
- Manage time like money.
- Take 20 minute naps.
- Follow your curiosity.
- Build different skills.
- Accept mistakes.
- Focus on what you want.
- Don’t spend.
- Hold lightly.
- Training and exercise.
- Notice tone of voice.
- Use body language.
- Sit up straight.
- Spend time in nature.
- Learn continuously.
- Law of attraction.
- Relax your body.
- Develop discipline
- Push your willpower muscles
- Verbal delusions
- “I’m not”
- Your thoughts create your world.
- The Law of attraction.
- Dedication, dedication
- Giving, giving
- Loving, loving
- Focus on the present.
- Observe more.
- Single pointed concentration.
- Help others. Share positivity.
- Do not fear.
- Love for existence.
- Acceptance, Enjoyment, Enthusiasm
- Mental noting.
- Stop negative opinions of yourself.
- Control the rising of the mind.
- Ask myself what I want.
- Believe you already have it.
- Meditation indigo light.
- Worship God.
- Mind mapping
- Prioritize tasks.
- Use time boxing.
- Have a clear focus.
- 5 minute breaks (fresh air).
- Don’t waste effort or focus.
Philosophical Thoughts and Qutoes
This portion of the post is dedicated to giving you some practical life changing concepts to ponder upon.
- Become genuinely interested in others.
- Use others names.
- Limitless kindness towards all beings;
- Limitless compassion for the suffering of all beings;
- Sympathetic joy in the happiness and liberation of others;
- Equanimity toward all, seeing friend and foe in the same light.
- Make others feel important.
- Be a good listener.
- Nothing really matters in life unless it is done for others.
- Become acquainted with every art.
- Distinguish between gain and loss in worldly matters.
- Develop Intuitive judgement and understanding for everything.
- Perceive those things which cannot be seen.
- Pay attention to everything.
- Do nothing which is of no use.
- Don’t judge others.
- Feel comfortable with others.
- What you are doing NOW matters!
- Your life is governed much by self image and emotion.
- God is the greatest.
This is a game that can be played anytime when you are around multiple strangers. It can be played alone but it is better when played with a group of friends. The object of the game is to give sincere compliments to strangers. If you receive a “thank you” or a sincere smile or reaction in return you get a point. The player with the most points at the end of the game is the victor. It is a great game because it encourages interaction with other people and brightens that stranger’s day.
When with your friends decide who is going to attempt the compliment before you pass by so that the whole group doesn’t yell out compliments simultaneously to a single stranger. Be fair about taking turns. When there are large amounts of people around such as a crowd, it is a free for all. You can also be inventive with the game. For example, If you successfully compliment strangers with frowns on their faces you receive two points. A great game to play on the streets of a local city. Be creative and have fun.
Tip: Be genuine with your compliments because if they sense that you are just making it up you will not get a “thank you” or a smile.
Here is the link to the Youtube playlist: Consciousness and Meditation
I am now an official team member of Altrocklive.com. You should really check out the website! We are doing a lot to improve it too. We are really excited about the growing popularity of the site!
The site offers:
- A music blog
- Concert photos
- Festival photos
- Concert reviews
- CD reviews
- Upcoming shows
- Band spotlight
- Altrock team bios
I really love doing work for the site because I work with really good friends! I also get to venture to awesome concerts free of charge! I went to a vocational high school for web design, and I also love music. I will continue to contribute ideas on design, blog posts, and reviews, so keep visiting!
I went to see Minus the Bear in Boston and it was a hell of a time. Nothing like free shows with great friends!
Hey readers ! I really want to make an effort to write more. I’m glad I’m finally posting another post here. Today’s post is a review of Modest Mouse’s The Moon and Antarctica.
The Moon and Antarctica
My Rating: 9.4/10
- “3rd Planet” 3:59
- “Gravity Rides Everything” 4:19
- “Dark Center of the Universe” 5:04
- “Perfect Disguise” 2:43
- “Tiny Cities Made of Ashes” 3:44
- “A Different City” 3:10
- “The Cold Part” 5:03
- “Alone Down There” 2:24
- “The Stars Are Projectors” 8:46
- “Wild Packs of Family Dogs” Isaac Brock 1:45
- “Paper Thin Walls” 3:01
- “I Came As a Rat” 3:48
- “Lives” 3:19
- “Life Like Weeds” 6:30
- “What People Are Made Of” 2:14
Modest Mouse’s third released full length album The Moon and Antarctica should be in everyone’s album collection. The album was created after they received new tools and abilities from their new record label. Every song is masterfully crafted by guitarist/lead singer Isaac Brock, bassist Eric Judy, and drummer Jeremiah Green. The vibrations encompassing every song speak to you emotionally. This album is nothing short of incredible.
Isaac Brock’s lyrics emphasize emotion and feeling on the human condition. Eric Judy’s smooth bass playing crafts and guides your mood as Jeremiah Green’s creative rhythmic percussion leads the songs. There are also are various studio musicians throughout the album. You will hear a violin, keyboards, lap steel guitar, and accompanying backing vocals. The gem of the album is track 9 “The Stars are Projectors” if you can respect the length of almost 9 minutes.
If you don’t own it yet you’re missing out. The Moon and Antarctica is a masterpiece waiting to be listened to.
There was also an album re-release with bonus tracks in 2004.
- “3rd Planet” (BBC Radio Edit) 4:00
- “Perfect Disguise” 2:59
- “Custom Concern” (Instrumental) 1:59
- “Tiny Cities Made of Ashes”