Time Travelers

Time Travel: An Advanced State of Being.


Physicists opine that time travel is physically possible if you build a machine that can accelerate to the speed of light. However, even if scientists are able to build one that can sustain a human body (without death) it would not be helpful since the human has only progressed through space and nothing more. So showing up in the future, with nothing in hand, only proves a basic scientific point that, “yes, it can be done.”

However, time travel (with a purpose) is possible today in a form that most of us know about but don’t use enough of; mentality. Mentality is the capacity of intellectual thought. It is achieved with the right combination of elements, much like an algorithm, which is a process or a set of rules to be followed. For instance, if you take a young mind and infuse it with specific knowledge that is selected in order to expand consciousness then you have just accelerated or updated your “software” so to speak.

The creation of future thinkers is possible. The better minds are the ones that are distracted and bored, looking for something better and more exciting to feast upon. Unfortunately, it is too often the case that boredom leads to negative actions with punishment or containment that soon follow.

The brain is the essence or central component of the human being. It knows what we need before our consciousness catches on. This is why most of us don’t fully comprehend why we behave, think or feel they way we do. However, what if we teach our youth of today the most salient lessons in order to expand their consciousness, promoting an advance state of being where most things are possible? That future is not only brighter for them but better for us.

Michelle Conover

Dr. Michelle Conover is a licensed psychologist and Q.M.E., trained at Pacifica, Fielding and UCLA. She specializes in clinical and forensic neuropsychology with particular training and experience with traumatic head injury and neurodegenerative diseases. She has worked with children, adults and geriatric populations as well as specific populations such as professional athletes and criminal offenders. Dr. Conover has treated individuals with TBI, PTSD, ADD/ADHD, learning difficulties, stroke, addiction and other complicating diseases such as Alzheimer’s. She is the clinical director and owner of Southern California Neuropsychology Group (www.socalnpg.com) in Woodland Hills, CA where she provides neuropsychological assessment, cognitive rehabilitation, psychotherapy and performance enhancement training for athletes. In addition, Dr. Conover is the creator of Dream Big Career Assessments (www.thedbcc.org) where her innovative and scientific approach of linking interests, brain functioning and personality patterns has optimized career success.

Dr. Conover has had the opportunity to provide post-traumatic concussion, brain injury and cognitive rehabilitation care for pro athletes from the Minnesota Vikings, Kansas City Chiefs, Tampa Bay Bucaneers, San Diego, Chargers, Oakland Raiders, Baltimore Ravens, KC Chiefs, Omaha Nighthawks, Houston Texans, Pittsburgh Steelers, Baltimore Ravens, Detroit Lions, Indianapolis Colts, Cleveland Brown, Green Bay Packers, New Orleans Saints, Tennessee Titans, Atlanta Falcons, Seattle Seahawks, & Denver Broncos.

Dr. Conover is the co-host of The Integrated Annex’s podcast The Brain Mechanics alongside Bryce Brown, where she brings her clinical expertise in real world conversations about society. Drawing upon that skill set, she partnered with Bryce to establish conover+brown, an organizational development consulting firm that advises executives about managing human assets.