Lucid dreaming is one of the most extraordinary experiences you could have as a human being.  Being awake within a dream, you are able to consciously interact with it just as you interact in the real world. Everything is saturated with colour and vibrantly alive, and it feels far more real than waking life does.
There are many practical benefits to lucid dreaming.  For me personally, it reminded be of how much life is like a dream and helped me appreciate the impermanence of reality.  It helped me cultivate more consciousness and awareness in waking life by reminding me that I don’t have to be a victim to my surroundings, and can instead become lucid and take control.  It also led to both of my out-of-body experiences.
Lucid dreaming can propel you into a higher understanding of yourself and the reality you live in during your waking life.  On top of being exhilarating and fun, it’s also a very useful catalyst for spiritual expansion.
Here are 10 steps for having a successful lucid dream:

1) Dream Diaries

Spending at least 10 minutes in putting down and recording your dreams in the morning. Even if you wake up in the middle of the night, try to remember and write down what happened. This trains your brain to become used to retaining memories while you are dreaming and to bring awareness into the dream state.

2)  Reality Checks

Performing as many as 10 or more reality checks during the day, and these should be spaced out during the day. Does your reflection look normal in the mirror? Do the palms of your hands look normal close-up? How long do you stay in the air when you jump? Perhaps even make a marking on your hand and look at it throughout the day, and in your dream you will notice it missing.  When you notice it is no longer there, you will realize you are dreaming.

3) Manifest

Spending up to 20 minutes in the afternoon to incubate a lucid dream. The techniques to use here include meditation, self hypnosis, and visualization of what you wish to experience in your dream.  This is also helpful to do right before bed.  KNOW that you will lucid dream, and be thankful that you have already manifest a lucid dream.

4) Affirmation

Before you go to bed at night, repeat this to yourself: “I will remember to recognize that I’m dreaming”. Fall asleep repeating this in your head, and this awareness will subconsciously carry into your dreams. Know that in your dream, you will remember that you are dreaming.  Remove all doubt.  Affirmation is important.

5) Identifying Your Dream Signs

You may also have that nasty experience of always running out of fuel whenever you are on your way to write a final exam. Again, it may be that you always have that horrible experience of your teeth falling off from your mouth. The best and most reliable way of determining your personal dream signs is by keeping a dream journal. Whenever you check it, you can easily identify those dream signs that are regularly occurring.  When your future dreams contain them, you will realize it’s just a dream sign.

6) Imagination Of Desired Dream

Imagine yourself being back to a previous dream. But this time, you have to re-live the ending differently. Visualize the scene in the dream in such a way that the details are clearer than what is obtainable in the previous dream. Next, search for the dream signs. Of course, this should be some unusual characters,  locations and objects which should reveal the dream to be mere fantasy; something you wouldn’t see in real life.
Next, start telling yourself that you are dreaming. Although you are just day dreaming (and this is by no means a lucid dream) continue to experience an imagined lucid dream fantasy. Do whatever you would do if this were a real lucid dream.

7) Wake Up At Night

Research has shown that waking up during sleep can increase one’s chance of being lucid. So, in order to have more lucid dreams, you may want to wake yourself up in the night and bring yourself to full consciousness for a few minutes. You can spend those few minutes in reading about lucid dreams, meditating, visualizing, etc.  Maybe even set an alarm for 3 or 4 am.

8) Direct Your Half-Asleep State

At times, you may wake up in the middle of the night and found yourself in this dreamy state. If this occurs, there is no need for you panic for your body and mind are already relaxed. Just drift into the dream world and of course, this can easily be accomplished without the least effort.

9) Snap Out Of The Dream.  Fully Step Into Lucidity.

his step involves stepping into the lucid world and this means submerging your awareness fully into the lucid dream as well as stabilizing the dream to eradicate any chance of waking up.  Stay calm, don’t get over excited and wake yourself up.  Realize that you are dreaming, and keep your attention concentrated in the present moment within your lucid dream.

10) Have fun

It’s a wonderful experience to have, and there is nothing anyone or anything can do in a lucid dream to harm you.  If you find yourself scared when you become lucid, know that you are always being guided and protected, and that you can wake yourself up at any time you wish.  Talk with people, manipulate your surroundings, try to leave your body, appreciate the vividness of the world around you.
It’s important to remember that there is nothing to fear in a lucid dream.  Some figures you encounter may scare you, but remember that everything you encounter is a reflection of some aspect of yourself.  Love them and forgive them, and know that when you do so you are loving and forgiving a shadow aspect of you.
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Because of the increasing population of DOTA and DOTA 2 Players here in the Philippines, many universities decided to make a course that will train the interested college students to enhance their skills in DOTA. The universities who will offer this course will promise that you will become a professional DOTA player after you finish the course.

“Dota players here in the Philippines are so many, the game is extremely popular, but not so skilled enough to join international tournaments, that’s why we decided to bring the DOTA course here” One of the Professors of BS in DOTA who visited the Philippines said to us. He also added that Pinoy players are the most not educated players in DOTA 2 considered as the “Russians” of the South-East Asia, he don’t want to hurt the feelings of the Filipino players but the truth hurts, they need this course badly to become a successful DOTA player.

BS in DOTA was already tested in different countries including China and other European countries, a testament for the effectiveness of this 2 year course is the of PRO players who qualified in the “The International DOTA 2 tournament” were a graduate of this course. They will teach you many techniques to become a PRO player.

The 2 year training will be focus on this :

Mouse and Keyboard handling skills
Last hit training
Accuracy and timing
Strategic Thinking Skills
Avoiding Trashtalk (mostly needed by the Filipinos)
The story of all the Heroes in DOTA
Become a Pro in every hero that you will use
Maybe you will think that the training will be easy but you’re wrong. The professors will train you for 12 hours a day and they will never let you stop playing. If you lose one game, your training will be extend for 30 minutes, it means if you lose 3 fights your class time will become 13 hours and 30 minutes. Many people who tried this course in China quits on this course and the one who survived the course became a very professional player.

The Tuition Fee is not yet decided but they already gave a hint that the Course will cost you not less than 10,000 PHP. After your graduation they will help you to join tournaments with high prices in other countries.

You want to try this course and become a PhD in Dota ?
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Hi! With time, the number of spreadsheets on this page has also increased. To help you in finding the spreadsheet that you might want, I have categorized the spreadsheets into the following groups:
  1. Corporate finance spreadsheets: These spreadsheets are most useful if you are interested in conventional corporate financial analysis. It includes spreadsheets to analyze a project's cashflows and viability, a company's risk profile, its optimal capital structure and debt type, andwhether it is paying out what it can afford to in dividends. These programs are broadly categorized into those that
    1. Estimate risk in an investment and its hurdle rate, as well as assess investment returns (net present value, internal rate of return, accounting return)
    2. Evaluate the right mix of debt and equity in a business and the right type of debt for a firm
    3. Examine how much a firm should return to investors and in what form (dividends versus buybacks)
  2. Valuation Inputs Spreadsheets: In this section, you will find spreadsheets that allow you to
    1. Estimate the right discount rate to use for your firm, starting with the risk premium in your cost of equity and concluding with the cost of capital for your firm.
    2. Convert R&D and operating leases into capitalized assets
    3. Estimate the right capital expenditures and diagnose the terminal value assumptions to see if they are reasonable.
  3. Valuation Model Reconciliation: In this section, you will find spreadsheets that reconcile different DCF approaches - FCFE versus Dividend Discount Model, FCFE versus FCFF model, EVA versus Cost of capital and Net Debt versus Gross Debt Approaches.
  4. Big-picture valuation spreadsheets: If you are looking for one spreadsheet to help you in valuing a company, I would recommend one of these 'ginzu' spreadsheets. While they require a large number of inputs, they are flexible enough to allow you to value just about any company. You do have to decide whether you want to use a dividend, FCFE or FCFF model spreadsheet. If you have no idea which one will work for you, I would suggest that you try the "right model" spreadsheet first.
  5. Focused valuation spreadsheets: If you have a clear choice in terms of models - stable growth dividend discount, 2-stage FCFE etc. - you can download a spreadsheet for the specific model in this section.
  6. Valuation of specific types of companies: Valuation is all about exceptions, and these spreadsheets are designed to help value specific types of companies including:
    1. Financial Service firms: While dividend discount models tend to be the weapon of choice for many, you will find an excess equity return model here.
    2. Troubled firms: You will find an earnings normalizer spreadsheet, a generic valuation model for valuing a firm as a going concern and a spreadsheet that allows you to estimate the probability that a troubled firm will not survive.
    3. Private companies: You will find spreadsheets for adjusting discount rates and estimating illiquidity discounts for private companies.
    4. Young and high-growth firms: You will find a revenue growth estimator as well as a generic valuation model for high growth firms in this section.
  7. Multiples: You can estimate equity as well as firm value multiples, based upon fundamentals.
  8. Valuation in Acquisitions: You can value synergy in an acquiisition and analyze a leveraged buyout.
  9. Valuation of other assets: In this section, you will find a model for valuing income-generating real estate.
  10. Value Enhancement Spreadsheets: In this section, you will find a spreadsheet that reconciles EVA and DCF valuation, a model for estimating CFROI and a DCF version of a value enhancement spreadsheet.
  11. Basic option pricing models: In this seciton, you will find Black-Scholes models for valuing short term options, long term options and options that result in dilution of stock (such as warrants). In addition, you will find spreadsheets that convert Black-Scholes inputs into Binomial model inputs and use the binomial model to value options.
  12. Real option models in corporate finance: In this section, you will find three basic real option models - the option to delay, the option to expand and the option to abandon. In addition, the value of financial flexibility is considered as an option.
  13. Real option models in valuation: In this section, you will find models to value both a patent (and a firm owning a patent) as an option, natural resource firms and equity in deeply troubled firms.
These spreadsheet programs are in Excel and are not copy protected. Download them and feel free to modify them to your own specifications. I do have video guides available for some of the most accessed spreadsheets. I hope they are useful.
One more point. I am not an expert on Microsoft Excel and am frankly mystified by some of the quirky differences between the Mac version and the PC version. If you want to refine your spreadsheet skills, you can of course by a book on Excel. However, a reader of this website, Alex Palfi of Tykoh Training, has been kind enough to offer this guide to using and building spreadsheets. Please feel free to download it and use it and to then convey your appreciation to him.

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Corporate Finance
This spreadsheet allows you to do a basic capital budgeting analysis for a project, and compute NPV, IRR and ROI.
This spreadsheet allows you to input past returns on a stock and a market index to analyse its price performance (Jensen's Alpha), its sensitivity to market movements (Beta) and the proportion of its risk that can be attributed to the market.
Regression AnalyzerWebcastThis spreadsheet allows you to check your computations of Jensen's alpha, range on beta and expected return, given the output from a return regression (risk.xls above).
This spreadsheet allows you to enter the current beta, tax rate and the debt equity ratio for your stock, and obtain a table of betas at different debt ratios.
Convert operating leases to debtWebcastThis spreadsheet allows you to convert lease commitments to debt.
This spreadsheet allows you to estimate a rating and a cost of debt for your company from the firm's interext coverage ratio.
This model allows you to estimate an "optimal" Capital Structure for a company using the Adjusted Present Value Approach.
This model allows you to estimate an "optimal" Capital structure for a company using the cost of capital approach. An option in the model also allows you to build in indirect bankruptcy cost by letting your operating income vary with your bond rating.
Calculate accounting returns (ROE, ROIC)WebcastThe return on invested capital and return on equity are accounting measures but useful measures, nevertheless, of the quality of existing projects.
This model allows you to estimate the duration of a firm's assets and its sensitivity to other macro economic variables. It may be useful in the design of debt.
Estimate potential dividends & compare to actual dividendsThis model compares the dividends paid to what a firm could have paid, by estimating the free cash flow to equity (the cash flow left over after net debt payments, net capital expenditures and working capital investments.
This model allows you to assess how a buyback will affect earnings per share and make judgments on its consequences for overall value and value per share.
This file describes the programs in this section and provides some insights into their usage.
impliedROC&ROE.xlsThis spreadsheet allows you to compute the ROC or ROE implied in your terminal value calculation.
wacccalc.xlsThis spreadsheet allows you to estimate the cost of capital for your firm.
This model summarizes the three approaches that can be used to estimate the net capital expenditures for a firm, when it reaches stable growth.
WebcastThis model converts operating lease expenses into financing expenses and restates operating income and debt outstanding.
WebcastThis model converts R& D expenses from operating to capital expenses, estimates a value for the research asset and restates operating income.
This spreadsheet calculates the implied risk premium in a market. This can be used in discounted cashflow valuation to do market neutral valuation.
Valuation Model Reconciliationfcfevsddm.xlsThis spreadsheet allows you to reconcile the differences between the FCFE and the dividend discount models for estimating equity value.
fcffvsfcfe.xlsThis spreadsheet allows you to reconcile the differences between the FCFF and the FCFE approaches to valuation.
fcffeva.xlsThis spreadsheet reconciles a cost of capital DCF valuation with an EVA valuation of the same company
GrossvsNet.xlsThis spreadsheet allows you to reconcile the differences between the Gross debt and Net debt approaches to valuation.
All-in-one Valuation Models This model provides a rough guide to which discounted cash flow model may be best suited to your firm.
This spreadsheet can be used to value tough-to-value firms, with negative earnings, high growth in revenues and few comparables. If you have a dot.com firm, this is your best choice.
A complete dividend discount model that can do stable growth, 2-stage or 3-stage valuation. This is your best choice if you are analyzing financial service firms.
fcfeginzu.xlsA complete FCFE valuation model that allows you to capital R&D and deal with options in the context of a valuation model.
growthbreakdown.xlsA model to value the premium you should pay for growth in either an intrinsic valuation or a relative valuation.
fcffsimpleginzu.xlsA complete FCFF model that allows for changing margins and has default assumptions built in (to protect you from inconsistent assumptions). If you want a quick, all-in-one model to value a company with relatively few inputs, try this.
This model tries to do it all, with all of the associated risks and rewards. I hate having to work with a dozen spreadsheets to value a firm, and I have tried to put them all into one spreadsheet - a ratings estimator, an earnings normalizer, an R&D converter, an operating lease converter, a bottom-up beta estimator and industry averages. Try it out and make your own additions.
fcffginzulambda.xlsThis model is very similar to the fcffginzu model, but it allows the user to enter a measure of company exposure to country risk (that is different from beta).
Loose Ends in Valuation This model analyzes the value of control in a firm.
This model estimates the value of synergy in a merger.
This spreadsheet provides different ways of estimating the value of a brand name, although each comes with some baggage.
This spreadsheet allows you to measure the complexity in a company and give it a score.
employeeoption.xlsThis spreadsheet allows you to value employee options and incorporate them into value.
GrossvsNet.xlsThis spreadsheet allows you to understand why the gross and net debt approaches give you different estimates of value for a firm.
liqdisc.xlsEstimates the illiquidity discount that should be applied to a private firm as a function of the firm's size and financial health. Uses both restricted stock approach and bid-ask spread regression.
This spreadsheet allows you to estimate the probability of distress from the bond price of a company.
Focused Valuation Models Stable growth, dividend discount model; best suited for firms growing at the same rate as the economy and paying residual cash as dividends.
Two-stage DDM; best suited for firms paying residual cash in dividends while having moderate growth.
Three-stage DDM; best suited for firms paying residual cash in dividends, while having high growth.
Stable growth, FCFE discount model; best suited for firms in stable leverage and growing at the same rate as the economy.
Two-stage FCFE discount model; best suited for firms with stable leverage and having moderate growth.
Three-stage FCFE discount model; best suited for firms with stable leverage and having high growth.
Stable growth FCFF discount model; best suited for firms growing at the same rate as the economy.
Two-stage FCFF discount model; best suited for firms with shifting leverage and growing at a moderate rate.
Three-stage FCFF discount model; best suited for firms with shifting leverage and high growth.
Three-stage FCFF valuation model, also presented in terms of projected EVA.
A generalised FCFF model, where the operating margins are allowed to change each year; best suited for firms in transition.
Financial Service firmseqexret.xlsEstimates the value of equity in a bank by discounting expected excess returns to equity investors over time and adding them to book value of equity.
Troubled firmsnormearn.xlsNormalizes the earnings for a troubled firm, uising historical or industry averages.
distress.xlsEstimates the likelihood that a troubled firm will not survive, based upon bond ratings as well as bond prices.
fcffneg.xlsGeneralized FCFF model that allows you to value negative earnings firms as going concerns.
Private firmspvtdiscrate.xlsAdjusts the discount rate (cost of equity) for a private firm to reflect the lack of diversification on the part of the owner (or potential buyer)
minoritydiscount.xlsEstimates the discount for a minority stake in a private business, based on the value of control.
liqdisc.xlsEstimates the illiquidity discount that should be applied to a private firm as a function of the firm's size and financial health. Uses both restricted stock approach and bid-ask spread regression.
High Growth Firmsrevgrowth.xlsEstimates compounded revenue growth rate for a firm, based upon market share and market size assumptions.
higrowth.xlsThis spreadsheet can be used to value tough-to-value firms, with negative earnings, high growth in revenues and few comparables. If you have a young or start-up firm, this is your best choice.
Multiples This is a model that uses a two-stage dividend discount model to estimate the appropriate equity multiples for your firm. It will give you identical answers (in terms of value) as the 2-stage DDM model.
This model uses a 2-stage FCFF model to estimate the appropriate firm value multiples for your firm. It will give you identical answers (in terms of value) as the 2-stage FCFF model.
Acquisitions This model analyzes the value of equity and the firm in a leveraged buyout.
This model analyzes the value of control in a firm.
This model estimates the value of synergy in a merger.
Other Assetsreval.xlsThis spreadsheet allows you to value an income-generating property as well as just the equity stake in the property.
Value Enhancementvalenh.xlsThis spreadsheet allows you to make a quick (and dirty) estimate of the effect of restructuring a firm in a discounted cashflow framework.
fcffeva.xlsThis spreadsheet shows the equivalence of the DCF and EVA approaches to valuation.
This spreadsheet allows you to estimate the current CFROI for a firm.
Basic Option Pricing Modelsbstobin.xlsThis spreadsheet converts the standard deviation input in the Black-Scholes model to up and down movemenents in the binomial tree.
This is a dividend-adjusted model for valuing short-term options. It considers the present value of expected dividends during the option life.
Tnis is a dividend-adjusted model for valuing long term options. It considers the expected dividend yield on the underlying asset.
This is a model for valuing options that result in dilution of the underlying stock. Consequently, it is useful in valuing warrants and management options.
Real Option Models in Corporate Finance This model estimates the value of the option to expand in an investment project. Modified, it can also be used to assess the value of strategic options.
This model estimates the value of the option to delay an investment project.
This model estimates the value of financial flexibility, i.e, the maintenance of excess debt capacity or back-up financing.
This model estimates the value of the option to abandon a project or investment.
Real Option Models in Valuation A model that uses option pricing to value the equity in a firm; best suited for highly levered firms in trouble.
A model that uses option pricing to value a natural resource company; useful for valuing oil or mining companies.
A model that uses option pricing to value a product patent or option; useful for valuing the patents that a company might hold.


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Who hasn't dreamed of having a mystery-story-style secret passageway? While a trick bookshelf is pretty awesome in itself, this secret passage hides a home office with clever style.P
Lifehacker reader agmk and his girlfriend hated the look of their cluttered home office and computer den. It seemed like even when the rest of their place was clean, their home office was always a little bit too messy. In an effort to make it easier to hide the nook that served as their home office they turned some Ikea bookshelves they scored off Craigslist into a pretty awesome office-concealing secret doorway.P
Here's some photos of a bookcase-door I built with my girlfriend. It hides the computer area from the rest of the living area, and makes our place feel much classier (when closed). Its built with Ikea bookshelves and common hardware-store components.
We used two Ikea Billy Bookshelves, and built a 'skateboard' out of casters and some pressed board for the moving shelf to sit on. Then hinged them together, laid out some hardwood for it to roll on, and there you have it. The bar we also built, and it's angled so as to make the door flush when closed without any collisions while openingP
On top of solving their problem creatively, they did it cheaply and without having to make any lease-violating modifications to their apartment. If you want to see an animation of the door in action click here. For more pictures of the bookshelves and the "skateboard" they built to help the door glide, check out the link below. If the combination of bookcases and secret passages has caught your eye, make sure to check out the other crafty hidden door we've shared with you. Great work agmk!