(Joe Martino) Have you ever had a friend, co-worker, teammate or even someone in your family that just seems to put a damper on things all the time? Whether it be with their habits, character traits or the need to be negative, sometimes people in our lives can provide some interesting challenges.
(Jessica Dolores) The invention of electricity has brought a lot of benefits, like powering appliances that make housework faster and easier for us. But it also created a group of people who find it hard to sleep at night.
(Dr. Joseph Mercola) Research suggests beets may be a powerful ally in the fight against Alzheimer’s disease, decreasing damaging oxidation of neurons by as much as 90 percent.
(Sue Maisano) A small pile of sand, you know how it feels, it’s just a pile of sand, nothing unusual. But if you put it on a piece of paper and place a magnet underneath it, you’ll notice the sand start to change. Perhaps it’s lining up in a harmonized way, moving or reorienting into patterns. It’s as if they have a mind of their own. When you move the magnet around, the sand follows it. That’s when you know that the sand is magnetized. Same is true for your life.
(Hesh Goldstein) Inflammation is a double-edged sword. While it is very critical for the healing of wounds, it is also a bodily response that can become too much of a good thing.
(Jason Quitt) “In my early 20’s, I started having terrifying experiences of sleep paralysis. I would be awakened by a presence in my room but I would be frozen and unable to wake myself up. These experiences started to happen more frequently and I started to become more and more conscious of what was going on. One night as I was trying very hard to shake myself out of this paralysis, something happened I wasn’t expecting. I shook myself so hard that I popped out of my body and had my first out-of-body experience. As I came out of my body, I could see myself lying in bed frozen and there was a very tall being standing at the end of my bed. I knew that this was a genuine experience and was beyond my comprehension. From that moment on my perception of this world has shifted.
(Joanna Bassols) Toxic shame, and other resulting emotional coping mechanisms from deep childhood trauma often has people feeling that they can’t face the pain they experienced when they were young, innocent human beings.
(Anna Rodgers) Do you feel like you have a broken heart from your childhood? Do you feel like it’s affected your health? Are you struggling as a parent with how you are raising your own children? Or, perhaps you just feel really unhappy with your life and with yourself? If this is you, then you are not alone.
(Sayer Ji) It may come as a surprise to some, especially those with conventional medical training, but the default state of the body is one of ceaseless regeneration. Without the flame-like process of continual cell turnover within the body – life and death ceaselessly intertwined – the miracle of the human body would not exist. Related Groundbreaking Study […]
(Isabelle Z) Sometimes eating the right foods can do a lot more to heal people than taking medication, as was illustrated recently by the remarkable turnaround of an epileptic British girl. Related Lower Risk of Chronic Illness and Cognitive Decline by Going Keto Source – Natural News by Isabelle Z, February 11th, 2018 Five-year-old Leafy Liu suffered […]
(Michelle Simmons) Many ailments are caused by a nutritional imbalance. Eat too much of the bad stuff and it accumulates in your body, manifesting into a unhealthy condition. Source – Natural News by Michelle Simmons, February 13th, 2018 Sarah Brewer, a nutritionist, shares her knowledge on a few of the more common ones that plague […]
(Stillness in the Storm Editor’s Note) The article below is a well articulated call for all of us to integrate and harmonize those parts of ourselves generally – and historically—referred to as “masculine” and “feminine”. As a preface to the article, I have a few points I’d like to make on this subject: 1) Rebalancing […]
(Jeffrey Roberts) Fasting, in some form or another, has become a massive topic of discussion in health circles today. It’s studied benefits are far and wide, including balancing insulin levels, increasing human growth hormone levels, initiating cellular repair, influencing positive changes in gene expression, and much more. Related The Ultimate Guide to Intermittent Fasting Source – TheMindUnleashed by Jeffrey Roberts, January 10th, 2018 Fasting, in some […]
(Kalee Brown) When I first started practicing yoga, I was relatively surprised at how easy and natural it felt to participate in chanting. I had seen it in movies and heard of chanting within religious practices, but I’d never actually engaged in it until being in a yoga class. It’s a mantra that, without a doubt, […]
(Anna Hunt) Samadhi Part 1: Maya the Illusion of the Self is the first installment in a series by filmmaker Daniel Schmidt. In this visually-stunning film, Schmidt attempts to articulate to the viewer the meaning of samadhi. He also examines how we are the cause of and, through samadhi, the solution to all of our suffering. […]