(Anna Hunt) The combination of meditation and music may be one of the simplest ways to fend off depression. The two have no unpleasant side-effects. Nearly everyone can enjoy them, and the cost is negligible. They can be used together or stand-alone to reduce stress, regulate mood and reconnect with one’s soul. They are an easy way to actively nurture our mood. As well, they can help mitigate the stressed-out and overwhelmed human condition that has become all too common.
(Kalee Brown) Science is now catching up to the knowledge outlined in the Vedas, Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, and other ancient texts. For approximately 5,000 years people have been practicing meditation, proving the positive impact it can have on the body and mind. Science has now accepted that meditation can have powerful effects on human health, as more research is exposing these mind-blowing benefits. Some experienced meditators have even been referred to as “superhumans” because of how their practice has affected them (check out our article here). A study recently published in Translational Psychiatry proved just how beneficial meditation can be for human health, as the molecular signature of meditators was found to be significantly different from those who don’t meditate on a regular basis.
(Anna Hunt) There’s a growing body of scientific evidence that confirms the many benefits of meditation. These include improved cognitive function, stronger immune system, and lower stress and anxiety. Now, for the first time, scientists have discovered just how long we can expect some of these benefits to persist.
(Ulonda Faye) Often, in life, we can get caught up in the expectations and needs of our world. This can be within a culture, society and community, in a macro way; and it can also be experienced in a micro way through our place of employment, circle of friends, family and day-in-day-out life needs.
(Arjun Walia) The medicinal benefits of meditation and yoga are now firmly established in scientific literature. One of the latest studies to emerge on the matter comes from Harvard researchers working at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH). They determined that meditation literally rebuilds the brain’s grey matter in just eight weeks. It’s the very first study to document that meditation produces changes over time in the brain’s grey matter. (1)
(Christina Sarich) The word noise comes from a Latin root word meaning, “pain,” or “distress.” Noise is something we’ve become accustomed to, even if we are keenly aware of its ability to cause multiple forms of anguish. Even if we live in “decibel hell,” we can find moments of silence to reduce our pain. We can […]
(Jessie Klassen) When you live on a farm, such as I do, your day is centred around your chores. There are mouths to feed (both human and animal) that depend on you, and they will always come first. All other activities happen somewhere between these daily chores. Related 8 Challenging Life Hacks Many of Us Could Use to […]
(Teresa Yanaros) You are powerful, focused, and brave. Today is the perfect day to connect with this truth. Let’s do an exercise and bring these energies into our field today. Source – Divine Frequency by Teresa Yanaros, February 3rd, 2018 First, close your eyes and take some deep calming breaths. You are Powerful. Power is […]
(Cosmic Composure) From the Law of One, Ra mentions several times about the importance of silence, the contemplative mind, and right use of intention in order to see more clearly and be more who we are: the Infinite Creator. In our current world situation we find ourselves in the Great Shifting.
(Tee R. Sebastian) Years ago, when I first started my emotional healing journey, I was longing to reconnect with who I truly was and free my mind of all the paralyzing thoughts and feelings that were wrecking my well-being and happiness. Related Self-Mastery and Sovereignty: Reclaiming the Mind and Healing the Negative Ego | Free Your Mind […]
(Humans are Free) Trees are very powerful according to Taoist masters. Source – Humans Are Free by Staff Writer, October 23rd, 2017 Aside from absorbing carbon dioxide and turning it into oxygen, trees also have the ability to absorb negative energy and transform it into positive. The roots of trees dig deep into Earth, the deeper their […]
(Sterling Nicole Bennett) Sterling Nicole Bennett discusses the top news articles from the last week, including an AI robot online sex scandal, the latest on the FISA memo, Satanism in the Catholic Church, intel on secret Lunar operations, and vaccine conspiracy. Stillness in the Storm News Last Week: STILLNESS NEWS: False Missile Threats, Olympic Gymnast Sexual […]
(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. […]
(Linda George) What would it mean, how would it change things, if, this year – a new one just begun – you, me, anyone listening could take this advice? Acceptance without struggle. And awareness that everything happening that we don’t like is actually serving us in some way. It is all in how we choose to […]
(Alanna Ketler) We’ve heard it before: our thoughts are powerful. Maybe we’ve even heard that our thoughts are actually creating our reality. But it’s one thing to hear or learn this concept and a completely other to fully grasp what it means and apply it to our lives. Our thoughts create our reality? How so? Related: […]