29 Dec '14, 5pm

Website matches music and books to your coffee preferences:

Website matches music and books to your coffee preferences:

By Jeremy Martin SPECIAL TO BARISTA MAGAZINE Science tells us that perception is 90% of reality. OK, I made that up, but it kind of sounds legit right? However, what I do know for certain is that the intangible aspects of a moment—i.e. what music is playing, who is around you, how soft the lighting is, and so on—significantly color our views of a given experience. For example, most of us will feel far more comfortable at a café when the baristas are playing music we like and find relaxing. People have spent entire lifetimes searching for meaning in life, seeking true happiness and a fuller understanding of what makes each individual a unique being. But what if we had a shortcut to discovering some of these things about ourselves, a way to uncover our own personal happiness, but without having to put all of that taxing spiritual work in? Of course nothing like that actually...

Full article: http://baristamagazine.com/blog/?p=15772

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