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Picture, if you will, a case of Mondays

Day 10. 80 pages, 35,520 words. Part One finished.

Ugh, what a day. I really need to stop sleeping altogether, it seems like I have done nothing at all by the time 07:00am rolls around, then nothing gets done between 08:30am and 11:30am, then suddenly it’s 13:20pm and I’m just getting warmed up. 521 more words

Kussa Mun Hopoti?

Getting Intimate With Text - Voyant Tools

As the digital age progresses, the way in which we can interpret and present data is transforming. With the help of digital tools and new technologies, information can be digitally visualised in order to improve its aesthetic appeal, as well as its clarity. 1,315 more words

Digital Age

Seeing is Believing

A few days ago, I created my first vision board. A lot of motivators and experts in manifesting desires swear by them. Now, I don’t claim to be an expert, by any stretch of the imagination, but I’m willing to give anything a try (as long as it isn’t too outlandish!) once. 533 more words

My room of pain

Some of you might not visualise what your personal internal landscape looks like. I do. When things turn blue for me, I frequently have the mental image of entering a room that looks like its walls are made of lava. 153 more words

Anxiety

Visionary Chairs

What better way to celebrate the life you want and you are entitled to, than a vision board. I always had a vision board, but for the last few years, it sort of got lost behind some things and there was never a good place to put it. 797 more words

Books

What is your intention?

In the last couple of months I have been reminded of one big question on almostĀ a daily basis: “What is you intention?”…What do you want? 1,343 more words

EEG Visualising Pendant montage showing data via shape cycles

Some cool data images:
EEG Visualising Pendant montage showing data via shape cycles

Image by Rain Rabbit
The pendant visualises EEG attention (red) and meditation (green) data and visualises it on this LED matrix in real time. 8 more words