August 2017 archive

How I Induced An Out Of Body Experience Without Substances

by Joe Martino Can you really have an out of body experience on command? Absolutely. While this is something that will take some time to practice and get good at, there are many methods to having out of body experiences or spiritual experiences on command using only your consciousness and physical body. There is also …

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Psychedelic Medicine Is The Topic For Discussion

by Marco Torres There is a growing body of evidence that some psychedelic drugs can be used to treat a variety of conditions. The potential, the people and the politics are all up for discussion. Many researchers have been interested in the idea that psychedelics facilitate communication across the brain and, more specifically, how the …

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Watercress Blocks Cancer and DNA Damage

by Case Adams Increasing evidence is finding that watercress inhibits the development of cancer in the body. As the research has matured, active anticancer compounds in watercress are getting more attention among researchers. That’s because watercress seriously helps prevent cancer. Cancer development in smokers is slowed Researchers from the University of Minnesota tested 82 smokers …

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The Trouble with Studying Government-Provided Marijuana

“It didn’t resemble cannabis. It didn’t smell like cannabis.” by Julie Fidler Researchers are finally studying the medicinal effects of marijuana after many years of marijuana advocates begging and pleading for science to investigate what they already knew – that the plant has the power to ease seizures, help people sleep, and much more. But scientists …

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Our Philosophy is Based on Psychedelics. Our Religion is Based on Astral Projection. Why Do We Know Next to Nothing About Either One of These Things?

by Thad McKraken Is western philosophy largely based around the psychedelic experience? Worthy area of inquiry for sure. More to the point, how many articles about psychedelics can you read that are saying essentially the same thing? This is different (from Quartz): “In the 1960s, intellectuals such as Aldous Huxley were fascinated by the effects …

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Mystical Anarchism: A Journey to the Borderlands of Freedom

by Alnoor Ladha On Beginnings They say it takes a certain type of personality to be a radical. Questioning of the status quo, anti-authoritarian, angry perhaps, undoubtedly rebellious, critical rather than accepting of what is. Complex analyses and algorithms are deployed to compare shared psychological traits, relationships to authority figures, level of socio-economic privilege, and …

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Stress: It’s Not in Your Head, it’s in Your Nervous System

by Melody Walford Traumatic Memory and How to Heal it Have you ever been told when you’re stressed to stop worrying and just relax? That it’s all in your head? It would be nice if it were that simple. But it’s not. Physiology research shows that the stress response memory lives in your nervous system. …

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How Psilocybin Mushrooms and Plant Medicine Can Heal Humanity and Transform Our World

By Juliet Tang | Contributing writer for Wake Up World The more healing work I do, the more I realize nature is one of the greatest teachers and healers gifted to us. On a hot summer day under a canopy of trees resting on a soft bed of fallen pine needles, magic mushroom gently opened the gates …

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Hidden History Researcher Graham Hancock Back from “The Gates of Death” After Serious Medical Issue

Our good friend, ‘hidden history’ researcher and author Graham Hancock, had a major health scare last Monday, suffering a series of severe grand mal seizures that resulted in a week of medical treatment during which he was “at the gates of death”. This episode follows on from a major seizure a few months earlier, which …

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Why Millions of Kids Don’t See Any Purpose in Going to School Anymore

by Arjun Walia Who is Sir Ken Robinson? He’s a prominent scholar who works with education systems, international agencies, and several global corporations, as well as some of the world’s leading cultural organizations, to spark the energy of individuals and organizations. In fact, Sir Ken Robinson is the most watched speaker in his field; his talk “Changing …

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