Monthly Archive: February 2016

Feb 29

It’s all an illusion…

   

Feb 29

How to Make a Smudge Stick – Affordable, DIY, Organic

Smudging, or the act of burning herbs and flowers, has been done for thousands of years. Tracing back its origins to ancient cultures such as the Native Americans Indians, smudging cleanses energy through the use of something called a smudge stick. When a smudge stick is burnt, it gives off resinous smoke that burns up toxic …

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Feb 29

The Real Truth About The Chakras

by Christopher Wallis | The Open Mind Does the modern chakra system actually have ancient roots? Over the past hundred plus years, the concept of the chakras, or subtle energy centers within the body, has seized the Western imagination more than virtually any other teaching from the yoga tradition. Yet, as with most other concepts …

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Feb 29

Plato’s Allegory of the Cave: the Eye-Opening Ancient Version of the ‘Matrix’

By Nikola Fragerotorio Plato (Greek: Πλάτων, 427. BC. – 347. BC.) was a Greek philosopher from Athens who is considered as one of the most influential people in the history of western civilization. He was Socrates’ student. Thanks to Plato, we have a significant source of information about Socrates. Plato founded the first institution of …

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Feb 29

Beating Large B-cell lymphoma with Cannabis Oil: Joanne Crowther’s Story

This is Joanne Crowther’s Story on how she beat Large B-cell lymphoma with Cannabis Oil. In the summer of 2009 Joanne was diagnosed with large B-cell lymphoma. The lymphoma was eliminated with chemotherapy in February 2010. The treatment caused significant nausea, vomiting, febrile neutropenia (fever resulting from abnormally low white blood cell count), and pneumonia requiring hospitalization. In March 2010, a brain MRI revealed several …

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Feb 29

Journeying and the Imagination

by Lauren Torres Imagination is the Translator For the Shamanic Journey… When I teach journey classes, I explain to students that journeys often feel like you are imagining them.  This is because your imagination is the translator that helps your every day mind understand what is going on in the journey.  When you go on …

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Feb 29

Spirit Guides – Don’t Waste Their Time, Just Pay Attention!

Spirit guides are always by our side during the challenging moments of our lives and whenever we are asking for their help. The way they interact with us may not be the most obvious one, but they are always there — so pay attention! Do not be too quick to dismiss your gut feeling as …

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Feb 29

Reclaiming the Sovereignty of Our Minds

None are more hopelessly enslaved than those who falsely believe they are free. ~  Johann Wolfgang von Goethe As the mainstream matrix of society approaches becoming completely out of sync with the nature of the original Spark, our instruments (mind, body, spirit) are purposely being made out of tune with the organic source of life. …

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Feb 28

Go all the way with your life

 

Feb 28

The End of Control ~ Kyle Cease

 

Feb 27

Don’t ask him to live in your world…

Feb 27

Removing Every Hindrance Between You and Reality

by Brian Thompson. When there exists no hindrance whatsoever between you and that which you perceive, then all that remains is the intimate act of perceiving itself. Unhindered by mind, awareness then reveals only the bliss of consciousness being. Allow conceptual thought to fall away and merge in perfect harmony with all that you perceive. …

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Feb 27

How To Get Out Of Your Own Way ~ Alan Watts

 

Feb 27

Emotional Pollution, Expressing versus Sending

by Lauren Torres The shaman knows that everything is energy.  Strong emotions are energy, and its important to know the difference between expressing an emotion versus sending it. Paying it Forward – Not in a Good Way When you send your emotion, rather than express it that energy ends up being dumped on the receiver.  Often …

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Feb 27

Empathy & Compassion – Helping Others Without Being Judgmental

by Dylan Harper Judging others puts you in a position of superiority that no human being can boast to have achieved. If you exercise empathy in all life situations you meet, you not only allow yourself to judge others, but deny them the much needed support to get out of their circumstances. The first step …

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Feb 27

The Science of Healing Thoughts

By Dr. Joseph Mecola | Guest Writer for Wake Up World Can your mind heal your body? It may sound far-fetched that the power of your thoughts and emotions could exert physical, biological changes, but there are countless examples, both scientific and anecdotal, showing this possibility is very real. Science journalist Jo Marchant shared numerous such …

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Feb 26

The Age of Non-Acting

by Frank M. Wanderer Non-acting is a great mystery to our mind. If we do not act, we just sit there passively in one place, we soon starve to death here in the world of forms and shapes. The very essence of this world is the constant change, the constant action. A lot of us would …

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Feb 26

Changing The Perception Of Time ~ Alan Watts

In This video Alan Watts explains how it is our perception of time is what makes it so complicated to deal with and if we change that views ,how our whole world changes , for more follow the link below . Alanwatts.org  

Feb 25

Living Between Ego and Self

by Roxana Jones A few days ago, a lady seating next to me with whom I chatted while I was on an airplane, asked me what would I say to someone interested in one single piece of advice to be used in making a major life transformation. For a few seconds, my memories went to …

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Feb 25

The Mysteries of Death

(This post was originally published on Occultforum by Haelos Dagaz) In this contribution, I will share with you the secrets of the Mystery of Death in plain English for all to understand. Do not let the simplicity of my ideas hide the inner secrets. You will be tempted to read this and glance past it …

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Feb 24

The phoenix rises! The Northern Lights take on the form of the legendary bird over Iceland

These incredible photographs of the aurora borealis captured the moment the lights formed the outline of a phoenix – the giant fire-eating bird common in many ancient mythologies. With outstretched wings and a striking bird-shaped profile, the image – captured by photographer Hallgrimur P Helgason – wowed stargazers in Kaldarsel. Mr Helgason, 64, said that …

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Feb 24

The future is a concept…

 

Feb 24

9 Characteristics of the Mystical Experience

by Mateo Sol There is one particular state of consciousness that can change your life forever. This moment can only be described as “ecstatic” in that you experience your connection to life expand significantly. In this moment you feel that life is full of beauty and sacredness, but this feeling and phenomenon is somehow objective …

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Feb 24

A Recipe To Make Cannabis Oil For A Chemotherapy Alternative

by Arjun Walia Awareness with regards to cannabis as a treatment and potential cure for cancer has been rapidly increasing over the past few years. Several studies over the last decade have clearly (without question) demonstrated the anti-tumoral effects of the plant. Cannabinoids (any group of related compounds that include cannabinol and the active constituents …

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Feb 24

Harness and Develop Your Intuition

What is Intuition? Intuition is a sudden flash, an internal knowing, a glimpse or vision of truth, a sensation that runs through your body telling you that something is or isn’t right even though your rationale may suggest otherwise. It’s your gut instinct or that time you walked into a room and thought ‘you could …

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Feb 24

The Magic of Consciousness

Is consciousness real? Could it be just an illusion manufactured in the theatre of our minds? And what use is it – why did it evolve in the first place? Professor Nicholas Humphrey explores the mystery. Consciousness is at the core of our very existence. An intangible constant that underpins our experience of the world. …

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Feb 24

The Evolution of Conscious Attention

by Harry Haroutioun Haladjian Ph.D Can we better understand the evolution of consciousness through attention? An ongoing controversy in philosophy is whether or not we can provide an evolutionary account of consciousness. Can we say that consciousness (i.e., our subjective phenomenal experience) evolved for a particular reason that gives conscious organisms an adaptive advantage? This …

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Feb 24

Hypnagogia, The State Between Sleep And Wakefulness, Is Key To Creativity

by Carolyn Gregoire We all experience the borderlands between sleep and wakefulness. Here’s how to make the most of it…. We’re all familiar with the two basic states of consciousness: sleep and wakefulness. But what about what happens in between those states? In the borderlands between wakefulness and rest is a strange and fascinating state of …

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Feb 23

Medicine and the Dao: The Macrocosmic-Microcosmic Forces Driving the Rise of the Feminine

by Erika Fayina Marie Part I Our true integrative medicine will be a combination of the very best ancient and modern techniques. It will be a medicine that reflects and harmonizes the Dao. Yoga.  Meditation.  Ginger.  Ginseng.  Turmeric.   These are just a few of the tools heralding a shift in medicine towards the feminine.  Both …

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Feb 23

No amount of anxiety…

 

Feb 23

Our Higher Selves and the Cosmic Cycles

by Daniel Mitel | OM Times Drunvalo Melchizedek explains to humanity in his last book, The Mayan Ouroboros, how the cosmic cycles come full circle and how this relates to our higher selves. Melchizedek’s book is a continuation of Serpent of Light, and recounts the spiritual guidance our native Mayan ancestors share with us. I …

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Feb 23

The Signatures of Plants: Learning Nature’s Alphabet

by Ellen Evert Hopman There are those who say that they get messages from plants and that plants actually speak to them with a human voice, telling them the healing virtues of an herb. Others (like me) get pictures in their minds that seem to be another form of direct communication from the plant world. …

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Feb 23

Meditation Techniques To Achieve An Altered State Of Consciousness

Meditation done correctly renews mental energy, heals the mind and body and helps the mind to develop new ways of handling daily stressors. Achieving an altered state of consciousness is the best tool of achieving self-realization. An altered form of consciousness allows the soul to be separated from the body (without detaching from it), such that …

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Feb 23

Healing a Mind Divided

By Philip Shepherd | Guest Writer for Wake Up World Our modern inclination to live in our heads has left us dissociated from the body – and we commonly describe that dissociation as a mind/body split. Our description, though, merely deepens the problem. Quite simply, there is no such thing as a body that is …

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Feb 22

To remember…

 

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