Brain has some amazing powers and we are generally unaware of them; And yet there are some simple exercises to boost the power of our amazing brain and benefit from our powerful subconscious mind. 3- Boost your memory by trying to recall different things, such as phone numbers and names. Cartilage is tough, flexible, connective tissue with a rubbery feel that covers the ends of bones. Disclaimer: All content on this website is for informational purposes only and should not be considered to be a specific diagnosis or treatment plan for any individual situation.
Mind power refers to the proper use of conscious and subconscious minds to realize your desire successfully, to achieve your goals, and to improve your overall personality. Everything in the universe is energy moving at a certain frequency that attracts other energy moving at the same frequency. The placebo effect in medical science claims that the threat of a disease is related to a person’s level of belief, imagination and willpower. If you are ready to learn and implement all the relevant tools and techniques in your life, within few days you will see a major change in your thoughts, actions and results.
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Innovation Tools - (Digital) tools that will increase the innovation potential of your team or company. Creative thinking can be trained, and an environment for innovation can be purposefully built. There appears to be some innate talent involved, but it is also clear that many hours of practice are required, along with the courage to continue to fail and try again, over and over until it almost becomes second nature.
My partner and I have worked with hundreds of international groups at all levels to explore the key blocks to creative thinking.
We have metaphorically referred to these negative environmental blocks and mental as the ‘killers’ of creative thinking and innovation, and we have explored what is happening at a neurological and cultural level when creativity is impeded and innovation obstructed. An area of brain research that reveals our capacity for learning creative thinking is the growing evidence that the brain is in fact plastic (Norman Doidge’s book ‘The Brain that Changes Itself’, 2007, is a great introduction to this concept).
The brain has also been found to be plastic enough to allow specific areas to be strengthened and built up over time. University of New Mexico neuroscientist Rex Jung believes approximately 40 per cent of our creativity comes from our genetics and 60 per cent from environmental influences. All people, he believes, have the capacity for creative thinking, which is influenced by their interactions with the environment. HBS professor Teresa Amabile argues, ‘One myth about creativity is that it’s associated with the particular personality or genius of a person — and in fact, creativity does depend to some extent on the intelligence, expertise, talent, and experience of an individual. Rex Jung has concluded that those who diligently practise creative activities learn to recruit their brain’s creative networks quicker and better. The concept of ‘brain training’, which was once thought to be a niche market for people with Alzheimer’s or other cognitive problems, is now so popular that ‘brain gyms’ have become multimillion-dollar businesses. The ability to rapidly shift between convergent and divergent thinking is also critical, and the good news is that this too can be learned. The other area to consider is how we can ensure the organizational environment is relaxed enough to support creative development.
If you couple these interesting new theories with something that has been long known —that stress can ‘shut down’ or ‘switch off’ significant areas of the brain so they can no longer effectively be accessed —it becomes clear that inducing a relaxed state is critical for encouraging creative thinking.
Consider the modern workplace challenge of multitasking – imagine the stress that is putting on the brain. It appears that highly creative people are able to utilise non-conscious processing of innovative ideas more than others, and this is what distinguishes them from the pack.
Creative thinking requires a relaxed state, the ability to think through options at a slow pace and the openness to explore different alternatives without fear, so it is critical that the organizational environment is carefully assessed to ensure there are optimum opportunities for creative thinking. Encourage the intention to create: Make the creative process fun, interesting and relevant, and provide time and dedicated opportunities for creative development.
Teach optimism and self-belief: Reveal the thought-patterns that can lead to open rather than closed thinking. Provide platforms for creative ideas: These are places where all ideas are encouraged and supported, where individuals can feel proud of what they achieve and can learn to present these ideas confidently. Allow employees opportunities to take ‘time out’: Ensure scheduled break times are taken – try introducing yoga or mediation breaks! Encourage focused scheduled project time: Provide opportunities to get into the creative ‘flow’ of a project without interruptions.
I have already decided I will need to encourage my son to continue to develop his passion for juggling – and to take the time out to challenge myself to try juggling too! What will you do to support your own creative development and to ensure creative thinking is supported in your organization? Most of us are aware of the existence of a “subconscious” mind – but we don’t necessarily know what it is, what it does and how we master it. Throughout your life, you have programmed your subconscious with thought habits and beliefs. The problem is, a lot of what has been imprinted or programmed into the subconscious mind could be called “faulty programming.” Examples of faulty programming are thought habits like telling yourself that you can’t do something, can’t have something, don’t deserve something, etc.
When you learn to master your conscious mind, and imprint the RIGHT programming into the subconscious, you will be absolutely unstoppable. Physical reality, as well as your thoughts and emotions, are nothing but vibrations of energy. It can be humbling, but exciting at the same time, to realize just how powerful your thoughts are at manifesting your circumstances! PLEASE TELL US WHERE TO SEND YOUR FREE PROGRAMOver 192,125 people have downloaded this meditation track!
Enter your name & email address to get instant online access to the Omharmonics free meditation download. Welcome to the online version of our Power Engineering International (Pei) print publication. With the 1000 MW Manjung 4 project on schedule, Malaysia looks set to be the first country in Southeast Asia to not only boast an ultra-supercritical power station, but one where both the boiler and the steam turbine are being manufactured in Asia. The Manjung 4 power station, which is now under construction in Malaysia, is expected to be the first ultra-supercritical power plant in Southeast Asia when it is completed in 2015. Manjung 4 will be built on the same site as an existing power station, the three-unit, 2100 MW Manjung power plant, which was also constructed by Alstom and began delivering power in 2003.
Alstom already has a strong presence in Malaysia, as a result of Manjung and other power plants it has built there, and this allowed the contract for Manjung 4 to be finalised extremely quickly. The Malaysian government has for several years maintained a five-fuel policy for power generation in order to avoid excessive reliance on a single fuel. Natural gas for power generation in Malaysia is provided by the national gas company Petronas. The unscheduled reduction in the use of gas in 2011 prefigures a planned fall in the proportion of power generated from natural gas in the future (see Table 1). The government is also trying to promote alternative types of renewable generation including solar photovoltaics and biomass, but over the short term the main alternative to gas remains coal.
However Malaysia has no coal reserves of its own so all the coal it uses, 20 million tonnes each year according to TNB in its 2011 annual report, is imported.
Although margins in Malaysia appear generous - installed capacity in Peninsular Malaysia in 2011 was 21,794 MW - this depends upon the availability of fuel, as TNB found out early in 2011 when it had to import power from Singapore when gas supplies were restricted. With pressure on the gas supplies and gas prices remaining uncertain, the government has opted to invest in further coal fired generation.
The Alstom consortium's client in the Manjung 4 project is a wholly-owned subsidiary of TNB, the state-owned utility and largest electricity company in the country, with generation, transmission and distribution arms serving Peninsular Malaysia. An engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract for that project was awarded to a consortium comprising Alstom and Peremba Construction Bhd, a local company.
On 23 August 2010, the Malaysian government awarded TNB the contact to build a 1000 MW coal fired power plant.
From Alstom's perspective, the tendering process proceeded very rapidly and the contract was signed without any pre-engineering so that the project team had to be established immediately. Under the terms of the contact, Alstom will engineer, procure, construct and commission the ultra-supercritical boiler for the plant (including its associated auxiliary components), the steam turbine and generator, the condenser, a fabric filter, a seawater flue gas desulphurisation (FGD) system and the plant control system. One of the striking features of the Manjung 4 project is that much of the equipment, which Alstom will supply, will come from Alstom manufacturing facilities across Asia, including China, India, as well as from Malaysia itself. The outstanding feature of the Manjung 4 power plant will be its ultra-supercritical boiler, said to be the first of its type to be built in Southeast Asia and an important development for improving overall energy efficiency in the region. In a supercritical plant, steam pressure is maintained above the critical point of water, which occurs at 221.2 bar, 374 A?C. Higher temperatures and pressures however place greater demands on pressure part materials, and as a consequence many new materials have been developed for boilers. With these limitations in mind, the new plant at Manjung 4 is being specified with an efficiency of close to 40 per cent, according to TNB. The boiler chosen for the Manjung 4 plant is a vertical tube furnace wall, two-fireball, two pass design equipped with Alstom's LNTFS firing system.
The boiler for Manjung 4 is Alstom's latest once-through, sliding pressure design and builds on more than 50 years of supercritical development.
The vertical tube design is suited to larger units such as that at Manjung 4 and the self-supporting tubes and the relative simplicity of the design make for a lower construction cost.
Sliding-pressure operation provides flexibility during daily load swings by allowing the plant to operate more efficiently at part load. A separated overfire air (SOFA) windbox is located above the main windbox to optimize air staging and minimize NOx emissions.
In combination, this combustion system allows for the adjustment of fuel and air conditions to suit different types of coal, maximising combustion efficiency while maintaining low emissions, particularly of NOx. The boiler pressure parts for the plant will be manufactured in Alstom's new Chinese manufacturing facility in the Wuhan East Lake Development Zone.
One of the most important design considerations for any new coal fired boiler today is the quality of the coal.
The Manjung 4 boiler has been designed to be capable of burning a broad range of bituminous and sub-bituminous coals from Indonesia, Australia and South Africa. Table 4 shows the design parameters for the coal fuelling Manjung 4 together with the range of acceptable coals it can burn.
The design target moisture content is 22 per cent, but again coals with moisture contents ranging from 8 per cent to 30 per cent can be burned.
These broad ranges will allow for a wide variety of coals to be combusted at Manjung 4, permitting the operator to obtain coal of the specified types from the most competitively priced source.
Coal for Manjung 4 will be supplied through the existing coal terminal constructed on the island that serves the first three units built there. The steam turbine for the new plant will be a 1080 MW-rated STF100 unit equipped with one high-pressure turbine, one intermediate-pressure turbine and two double-flow, low-pressure turbines. As with the boiler, fabrication of the steam turbine will take place in China at the Alstom Beizhong Power (Beijing) Company Limited.
While the Beijing manufacturing plant is designed to serve the large Chinese market it will also fabricate units to be delivered to other parts of the world, including Malaysia. The condenser is based on a double condenser arrangement and will be manufactured in Taiwan under sub-contract.
In addition to the main steam turbine, Manjung 4 will also be equipped with a small steam turbine to drive its two feedwater pumps. The generator for the plant will be an Alstom GIGATOP two-pole unit with a generating capacity of 1000 MW. The cooling system is designed to enable the machine to maintain high-efficiency at part load as well as full load. One of the novel features of Manjung 4, and one that it shares with the previous Manjung units, is the use of seawater flue gas desulphurisation.


The placebo effect in medical science claims that the threat of a disease is related to a persona€™s level of belief, imagination and willpower. Peaceful sleep, healthy diet and a relax environment are so critical to have a healthy brain. Some researches showed that people who use both hands in their regular activities, have 10% more neural connections between the two sides of their brain. Use of this website and the information contained herein does not create a doctor-patient relationship. It also talks about the application of psychological and physiological tools to improve the mental health and related diseases. Conscious mind gathers information from the environment, analyzes it, and interprets it; this information is pushed into the subconscious mind.
The answer is very simple because your subconscious mind thinks something different and your conscious mind thinks something else.
Subconscious mind is the gateway to the universal creative mind; it’s responsible for all the intuition, intelligence, wisdom and ultimate source of energy.
A lot of times it's very difficult to get that perfect balance between user friendliness and visual appearance. I could have sworn I've visited your blog before but after browsing through many of the posts I realized it's new to me. Often plagued by a sense of urgency and pressure the modern office does not appear to be the ideal incubation opportunity for innovation – and yet there are strategies that can be used to defy the odds. As many jugglers will tell you, they eventually get to the point where they don’t need to look at the full ball projection. We have discovered that unless the right environment is created (physically, emotionally, mentally and culturally) it can be very difficult for people to have the opportunity to develop their creative capabilities. That process has helped us to identify how to deal with these ‘killers’, and how to build up creative strengths.
Apparently the brain is not completely wired with location-specific neural pathways that are preset according to genetic coding and then established for life.
This should give us hope that even if we feel we have established ingrained patterns of thinking and habitual ways of perceiving and behaving, we are not stuck with these habits for life.
Studies in creative thinking show that children with low divergent thinking scores who continue to exercise these creativity ‘muscles’ can outperform others with higher scores who do not.
Companies such as Lumosity have designed games and other products to improve brain performance for which there is a universal demand across all demographics. Through developing training programs that alternate periods of intense convergent thinking with maximum divergent thinking repeatedly over stages, a number of studies have shown that brain patterns have changed and greater creative thinking capacity has emerged. Well-trained musicians are able to deactivate their right temporoparietal junction, which is usually engaged in reading incoming stimuli and sorting it for relevance. When the brain is under stress, the primal emotional ‘shutdown’ response is triggered as a coping mechanism, moving you rapidly into what has been called ‘the red zone’ (Mowatt, Corrigan, & Long, 2010).
The ongoing release of corticosteroids can change neurons and their synapses in the hippocampus and medial prefrontal cortex (McEwen, 2007). It is important to be able to access deeper and broader levels of the brain, from the hippocampus through to the prefrontal cortex.
Not only can email and texting addiction be dangerous for your mental health, but it can actually lower IQ twice as effectively as addiction to marijuana! In order to process information we need focus, and it is difficult for the brain to take in too much if it is required to constantly shut down, reset and refocus on a new message.
After a break people come up with more divergent solutions than when working continuously on a problem.
Introduce special learning opportunities for developing creative thinking, and utilise exercises that encourage divergent thinking.
Establish a culture in which employees are treated with respect and feel comfortable to explore new ideas, to ensure creative thinking is not shut down. Gaia has worked extensively with a range of clients assisting with in creative development and innovation through coaching, workshops, facilitating, consulting and keynote delivery. Just like any of your other habits, the thoughts that you have repeated to yourself have become habits.
When you repeat these often enough, to the point where they become part of your programming, you can’t help but create situations in your life that validate and express what you hold in your subconscious mind.
You will then have full control of the subconscious mind’s incredible powers to make you aware of opportunities, people, resources and situations that you need in order to have or do something; and, it will make your actions effortless and natural.
Energy ‘packets’ called quanta can behave in any way that they are influenced by other quanta. We go through our days on autopilot – most of our actions and speech patterns are nothing but regurgitated data stored in the subconscious. If your circumstances are not to your liking, it’s because you have been thinking and feeling in a way that has pointed your mind in a certain direction, and that is where your life is headed! A daily Omharmonics meditation practice can transform your life, as you become aware of this inner world, master your mind and reprogram your dominant thoughts. Life will become incredibly fun as your outer world becomes a mirror for the new awesomeness you hold in your inner world!
The 1000 MW coal fired station is being constructed under a turnkey contract by a consortium led by the original equipment manufacturer Alstom, in partnership with China Machinery Import and Export Corporation (CMC). Located in the Manjung municipality the plant is built on a reclaimed island off the western coast of the state of Perak, around 10 km south of Lumut and 288 km north of Kuala Lumpur. From the submission of bids in December 2010 to acceptance and signing in March 2011, the process was proof of TNB's requirement for additional capacity to meet rising demand and at the same as time reduce its dependence on natural gas, which has become the most important source of power in Malaysia. In spite of this, its generation mix is dominated by fossil fuels with gas taking 45 per cent of the total generation in 2011 and coal 44 per cent (see Table 1).
The main difference between the two years is the sharp fall in the share of generation taken by natural gas - 54 per cent in 2010, which is nine percentage points higher than in 2011 - and a rise in the contribution from other fossil fuels.
Production from the company's fields has been declining since 2006 and recently gas for the power sector has been curtailed, as a result Petronas says of maintenance and upgrading of offshore facilities.
By 2020, its share of generation is scheduled to fall to 47.8 per cent and by 2030 to 41 per cent. Meanwhile the continuous upward trend in demand, in spite of the global economic recession, means that additional capacity is needed if adequate margins are to be maintained under all circumstances. TNB's generation division operated a capacity of 9110 MW in 2011, comprising 7199 MW of thermal power and 1911 MW of hydropower.
The company was established back in 1996 to develop a 2100 MW coal fired power plant on the island at Manjung. This power station was also built in order to reduce the dependence on natural gas, and a coastal site, the reclaimed island called Teluk Penchalang, was chosen in order to allow easy access for imported coal.
After an extremely short bidding process, with bids submitted in December 2010, the EPC contract for the Manjung 4 project was awarded by TNB Janamanjung to the consortium of Alstom and CMC.
That team is now actively building the plant, where boiler construction began in April 2012, only 12 months after the Notice to Proceed.
These include the air intakes and the offshore cooling water channel and tunnel, which will be used both for the condenser and for the FGD system. This is a response to the way in which the power generation market has shifted in recent years. Of this, 70 per cent is in Asia with the main markets located in China, India and Southeast Asia. The key to greater energy efficiency in a steam power plant is more advanced steam conditions.
Beyond this critical point, the two-phase mixture of water and steam found in more conventional power plant boilers ceases to exist. The most advanced supercritical plants today are capable of achieving an efficiency of between 40 per cent and 45 per cent (HHV basis), but actual performance depends on specific site conditions, such as cooling water temperature, hence condenser performance.
Globally, the quality of available coal is tending to fall as the best coals are exhausted. This is nearly five percentage points higher than the existing three subcritical units at Manjung, which operate at 35 per cent efficiency. It will result in a reduction in operating costs because each tonne of coal will generate close to 14 per cent more power than in the existing subcritical Manjung power plant. The new vertical tube design incorporates two important features to allow sliding pressure operation.
In addition, the design makes leaks easier to identify and repair and so reduces maintenance costs.
The sliding-pressure mode reduces the boiler pressure as load falls, minimizing throttle valve energy losses and therefore helps maintain high steam temperature to the turbine. Tangential firing systems inject fuel and air streams from wind boxes in the furnace corners at a tangent to an imaginary circle in the centre of the furnace. Between the coal nozzles are concentric firing system (CFS) air nozzles and auxiliary nozzles.
The system results in stable fireballs in the centre of the boiler over the entire operating range, leading to more predictable heat absorption profiles, Alstom says. Alstom acquired a 51 per cent stake in the Wuhan Boiler Company in 2007 and moved to the new site at the end of 2009. As mentioned above, the best quality coals are becoming more and more difficult to acquire so new plants must be able to handle fuel with a lower heating content, a higher moisture content and a higher ash content than would have been common several years ago.
The Manjung 4 unit will be provided with eight gravimetric raw coal feeders and eight Alstom HP 1023 pulverisers.
Like its Wuhan facility, Alstom purchased the facility and has equipped it to be able to manufacture advanced turbines of different types. However, many of the components are manufactured in other parts of the world and then shipped to the Beijing plant for assembly.
As with the existing units at the site, Manjung 4's condenser will utilise seawater cooling, ideal given the island location of the power plant. Based on the evolution of a well proven design first developed during the 1970s, the unit will have a water-cooled stator winding, while both the stator core and the rotor will be hydrogen-cooled.
Water cooling is carried out by passing deionized water through stainless steel tubes in order to avoid any corrosion problems. Subconscious mind is the gateway to the universal creative mind; ita€™s responsible for all the intuition, intelligence, wisdom and ultimate source of energy. You can start to practice some easy activities, such as brushing your teeth or combing your hair with your non-dominant hand and gradually do more complex tasks, and become ambidexter! Always consult with your own doctor in connection with any questions or issues you may have regarding your own health or the health of others.
Subconscious mind just acts over the information and always tries to prove that whatever conscious mind thinks is absolutely correct. This conflict between conscious mind and subconscious mind blocks the emotional energy and the universal creative process.
This universal creative mind has got many names in different cultures and times like god power, super soul, holy spirit, mind power, string theory, the universe, TOE, GUTS etc.
So just how do we maximise the brain’s neurological capabilities in the midst of the busy contemporary working environment? A little agitated at the interruptions at first, it has dawned on me that this is a great learning opportunity, and I have started thinking about how challenging it can be to learn juggling. Over time we have learnt that there can be a significant loss in creative ability where it is simply not used. Accumulated research supports the idea that it is possible to ‘rewire’ the brain at any stage in life to form new and varied connections.
But it also depends on creative thinking as a skill that involves qualities such as the propensity to take risks and to turn a problem on its head to get a new perspective.
It is possible to ‘rewire’ the brain at any stage in life to form new and varied connections.


Some 14 million people in more than 180 countries now either subscribe to Lumosity’s website or have downloaded its iPhone apps. By switching this off and therefore blocking out distractions, they are able to achieve superior levels of concentration and therefore work with the music more spontaneously. These produce impairments in working and spatial memory, and can lead to increased aggression. The more relaxed the individual, and the more ‘open’ the mind, the more easily these broader connections can be made. Every time we shut down from one task to open up a new one, we lose data from the first task and also lose information from the second. Highly creative people are able to utilise this non-conscious processing time more effectively than others do.
It is very much like a supercomputer that is in place to help you create your life experience.
There’s no difference between a habit such as the sequence of actions you use to tie your shoes and the habit of thinking about yourself in a certain way.
However… the conscious mind is influenced by filters that your predominant thoughts have created and stored in the subconscious. Manifesting what you want will truly be EASY when you harness the power of your subconscious mind. So when you become aware of the nature of your inner speech, you can imprint new programming and totally change the direction of your life. You might be amazed at how many thoughts you habitually think are actually driving you away from what you want. The contract was signed with TNB Janamanjung Sdn Bhd, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Tenaga Nasional Bhd, the large state-owned utility.
The island is also home to the Lekir coal terminal, where coal to power the existing Manjung plant is imported. Together with oil and distillates, these accounted for more than 94 per cent of all power generation. The fall in the contribution from natural gas was the result of tightening supplies, reinforcing the need for Malaysia to expand its generating capacity from other sources to avoid power supplies coming under pressure. Meanwhile coal use will rise to over 48 per cent of the total by 2020, based on recently published figures. Its estimated growth in 2012 is forecast to be 4.4 per cent, according to Global Finance, still strong in spite of global economic difficulties.
Coal capacity will expand further with the more recently contracted Tanjung Bin power plant, an ultra-supercritical coal fired power station. This represented 41.8 per cent of the total installed capacity in the peninsula (21,794 MW). Meanwhile TNB's overall share of generation in 2011 fell to 38 per cent from 42 per cent in 2010 because of a series of unplanned outages. The same company, TNB Janamanjung, is the client for the new ultra-supercritical Manjung 4 plant.
Site work began on 29 June 2011, with commercial operation scheduled to begin on 31 March 2015.
Alstom has a strong relationship with TNB, having supplied a large part of the company's fossil fuel generating capacity and this was a major factor that allowed both sides to move quickly, and with confidence, according to Jean-Marc Jaillet, project director for the Manjung 4 steam power plant.
Thus, with Asia driving the market so strongly, it makes sense for companies like Alstom to increasingly base its own manufacturing within the region, both from an economic viewpoint and to help meet the demand in some countries in the region for locally manufactured input.
Modern high-capacity steam plants must now be able to cope with a wider range of coals than has traditionally been the case. While this is not the highest efficiency attainable by such a plant, it represents the optimum that can be achieved with the site conditions and with the plant's ability to burn a wide range of coals of varying quality. Furthermore, emissions will fall similarly, with nitrogen oxides (NOx), sulphur dioxide (SO2), carbon dioxide (CO2) and particulates all lower. The additional choice of a two-pass rather than a tower boiler allows for a shorter overall design.
This also reduces thermal stress during cycling, lowering maintenance and improving availability. In Manjung 4, rather than a single firing circle, two adjacent firing circles are utilised, creating two fireballs. The CFS nozzles have yaw capability, allowing them to move air closer to the furnace walls for slagging and corrosion control. The new manufacturing facility is capable of making a range of boilers using Alstom technology, but the Manjung 4 unit will be the first large-scale boiler to be manufactured there. This HP 1023 mill is of a latest design and includes dynamic classifiers and enlarged grinding rolls. For example, the rotor for the Manjung 4 turbine will be made in Switzerland and the casings in Poland, while other parts will be manufactured in Mexico.
Water for the plant will be brought onshore to a pumping station via a seabed channel linked to an intake 1.7 km offshore. Meanwhile hydrogen cooling is conducted using a triple-circuit hydrogen sealing system to minimise losses, and hence operating costs. In this amazing poster you can find some very effective tips to boost the power of your brain. In other words, the job of the subconscious mind is to follow the instructions of the conscious mind and to always prove that conscious mind is always Right.
But for the time being, the short solution is to focus and to validate all your thoughts, images, emotions and actions with your True Hearts Desire which will make you to move on the path of personal development naturally. A market research firm that specifically tracks development in the area of brain ‘fitness’ predicts that this market will grow to at least $2 billion by 2015. Other trained individuals who have also shown an ability to shift into this higher gear of concentration include dancers, comedians and orators —and athletes too. When ‘red zone’ emotions are expressed, they often have a negative impact on personal and working relationships, shutting off the relaxed and open state required for creative thinking. They can also lead to deficits in the striatum, which can bias decision-making strategies and decrease flexibility — a critical quality for creative thinking.
In effect, it enables conscious awareness to be freed from pressing and direct tasks to more open and divergent thinking (Fredrickson, 2001).
The average desk worker loses 2.1 hours of productive time a day jumping from one task to another. We can all utilise these spontaneous processes by giving the brain time to ‘incubate’ and thereby access both emotional and cognitive solutions that may have been previously unavailable to conscious awareness. The subconscious mind, just like a computer, does not judge or discriminate between what can and cannot be achieved or obtained. Imagine how hard it would be to think about how to tie your shoes every time you had to do it – it’s a lot of mental effort that has become automated!
According to Alstom, the total contract is worth around a‚¬1 billion ($1.2 billion), of which its share is a‚¬650 million. Only hydropower, with 5.8 per cent of the total in 2011, provided any alternative, with the contribution from other renewable energy sources less than 1 per cent.
Beyond that, nuclear power is also planned to take a share of the mix, with coal's proportion then falling.
This second 1000 MW facility will also be supplied by Alstom in partnership with Mudajaya and Shin Eversendai under a contract with a subsidiary of Malakoff Corporation Bhd. TNB is also the major shareholder (60 per cent) in Kapar Energy Ventures Bhd, which operates the Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz power station. Other participants in the project will include Tokyo Electric Power Service Company, which will act as Owner's Engineer for TNB. As a consequence, the conversion from water to steam occurs entirely within the evaporator circuits and there is no need for a boiler drum, necessary in a conventional subcritical plant. And since a supercritical plant costs only slightly more to build as a subcritical plant of a similar size, Alstom says, unit cost will be competitive as well.
The second is the use of orifices to distribute fluid flow to the furnace wall tubes in proportion to tube heat absorption. Fuel and air nozzles have tilt capability to control the reheat temperature without spray desuperheat, improving efficiency. Four of the auxiliary nozzles contain No.2 fuel oil burners to provide the required oil fired warm up capacity, and are situated such that the coal nozzles can be brought into service in any desired order or combination.
Individual mill capacity has been designed so that full boiler load can be maintained even if one mill is out of service. The inlet temperature of steam exiting the steam turbine for the reheater is 364 A?C and the condenser vacuum is 75 mbar. This water is used for cooling of the plant; about 20 per cent of the cooling water is used for the seawater FGD system, before it is then discharged to the sea. With the passage of time, a repeating cycle [Conditioning] is designed from Thoughts (Information), Images, Actions & Results, and gradually this whole process becomes Autonomic. This is also the self-destructive comfort zone that consciously or unconsciously attracts negative vibrations and energy. Even worse than that, negative influences can creep in where there is not a supportive environment, and a destructive downward spiral can ensue. When this is done over a lifetime, the neurological patterns of the brain are gradually changed. Learning to deactivate this part of the brain can therefore help with creative development. We need to learn how to control these brain responses more effectively so we can access the prefrontal cortex more easily and ensure we remain in the freethinking open ‘blue zone’. Under stress the brain will return to more conservative patterns of thinking and rigid habitual memory functioning at the expense of more flexible ‘cognitive’ memory. Your brain needs to focus to be really productive, and when your brain loses focus it can take 25 minutes to get back to full productivity.
This can enable us to fully utilise the brain’s capabilities and learn and train creative thinking. These mental habits are combined with things you have heard from people important to you (such as parents) and your own personal experiences to form an incredibly complex network of beliefs that help you understand and negotiate the world. However, the conscious mind evaluates a situation and says, “you can’t do this or have that” based on the programming in place within the subconscious! What does your mind do when you introduce a new idea that is in conflict with your subconscious programming? However as the 2011 mix suggests natural gas curtailment may be forcing the shift to other fuels more quickly than has been planned. This plant, with a mixture of thermal steam and gas turbine units, is responsible for a further 2420 MW of capacity.
Most of this electricity was generated at three power plants: Manjung (12,334 GWh), Tuanku Ja'afar, Port Dickson (7979 GWh) and the Sultan Ismail, Paka (5183 GWh). Tubes in the centre of the wall receive more heat and require more cooling, so proper fluid distribution reduces temperature differentials and consequently the stress within the furnace wall. So you continue to repeat these behaviors and their modified forms even if they harm you knowingly or automatically. Its job is to attract or help you create the circumstances that match the images and thoughts you have imprinted in it, and automate much of your behaviors and thought patterns.
Any opposition or change to this autonomic process is resisted by the subconscious mind and hence the conscious mind.
Many a times, this resistance is so powerful that you encounter stress, various bodily discomforts, fear, doubt, worry, anxiety etc.



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