(Arjun Walia) Multiple studies and experiments have demonstrated that the mind does have an ability to heal, or assist with healing and recovery. How powerful is our mind? Why do some people still regard this thought as ‘pseudoscientific’ when there is a lot of statistically significant research that’s available with regards to the mind/matter mind/body connection?
(Patricia Grisafi) Bikers Against Child Abuse (BACA) is an international nonprofit that recruits volunteer bikers as a system of support for kids who are the victims of family abuse. They’ve been around for twenty years but are finally getting the recognition they deserve for the important support they provide.
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(Marie Hartwell-Walker, Ed.D.) Somewhere in the world people are experiencing traumatic events every day. Communities fall apart due to tornadoes, floods, fires, and war — cataclysmic events that cause multiple losses for everyone in their path. Homes and possessions are lost; individuals suffer injuries; friends and family disappear or die.
(David Muehsam, PhD) A few weeks ago, we looked at a Brief History of Healing and Regeneration with Electric and Magnetic Fields, Part I. We saw that the use of electric currents and magnetic fields for healing dates back to ancient times, and that the information-based viewpoint emerging in modern bioelectromagnetics has striking parallels with Tibetan, Jain and Vedic medical traditions, where concepts of energy and information are fundamental in health and healing.
(Mayukh Saha) Crying is as normal an event as breathing. But the forces that govern us have forever seen this action to be one of weakness. Men especially are always ridiculed if they cry. It is viewed as an emasculating thing to do. On the other hand, women are seen as extremely spoilt if they cried, no matter the reason. To put it simply, one’s reasons for crying could be varied, but a single tear down the eye would be perceived as less humanly.
(Phillip Schneider) There are some parts of human anatomy which have inexplicably powerful impacts health and wellness, including our spiritual and emotional well-being. For example, researchers continue to try to understand the role that the muscle of the soul (psoas), or the seat of the soul (pineal gland) have, but did you know there is a mysterious tissue in your […]
(Melanie Beckler) Serving humanity doesn’t have to be in the limelight, on the stage, you don’t have to be a spiritual teacher to have an enlightening impact on others. No matter where you are: in a normal looking environment, working in a corporate job, playing in the mainstream area of reality… wherever you are, you’re able to walk your Lightworker’s path.
(Makia Freeman) Controlling your mind is key as we head deeper into the 21st century. The mind is the new frontier – and from a military standpoint the new battleground – as governmental-military-corporate organizations become enmeshed with each other to push the same AI (Artificial Intelligence) driven agenda of a NWO (New World Order).
(Exploring Your Mind) Going to bed angry or worried not only leads to tiredness. In addition, the continued weight of these negative emotions often leaves a dent in your brain and doesn’t allow you to think clearly.
(Alanna Ketler) “Trauma not transformed is trauma transferred.” It is important to know that there are many different forms of trauma, not necessarily what you might expect — be it a car accident, a soldier on the front line or sexual abuse. We can become traumatized in many ways; we often carry our trauma as wounding from our childhood. Even those who think they had a fairly decent upbringing could still carry some trauma within them, to varying degrees.
(Arjun Walia) Cymatics is a very interesting topic. It illustrates how sound frequencies move through a particular medium such as water, air, or sand and as a result directly alter physical matter. There are a number of pictures all over the internet as well as youtube videos that demonstrate how matter (particles) adjust to different sounds and different frequencies of sound.
(Paul Lenda) Enjoy the silence. It’s hard to find these days. It really does seem like you need to go up a mountain and climb into a cave to find silence. Even then, you will have the intruding sounds of airplanes overhead. What is a person seeking relief from this loud, loud world to do?
(Natural Blaze) Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, ADHD, is a disorder that makes it hard for someone to control impulsive behaviors or pay attention. Though commonly associated with children, symptoms of ADHD can continue into adolescence and adulthood.
(Zoey Sky) People know how having a sedentary lifestyle can negatively affect their overall well-being, but not everyone is trying to be more active to boost their physical fitness. But it’s time to start working out more.
(Grace Olson) CoQ10 supplements can help relieve migraines, a study finds. Researchers from the Tabriz University of Medical Science in Iran found that taking CoQ10 supplements reduced migraine biomarkers – TNF-a and CGRP – among the study’s participants. They published their findings in Nutritional Neuroscience. Related Everything You Need to Know About Migraines Source – Natural News by Grace Olson, […]