Monthly Archive: February 2018

Feb 28

Dharma and Karma ~ Michael Tsarion

 

Feb 28

Happiness is NOT the Meaning of Life – Alan Watts

Some of history’s greatest philosophers have spent their entire lives writing about the meaning of life. Why are we here? Surely there must be a reason? Many people in western culture believe the meaning of life is to “be happy”. Alan Watts has a brilliant way of eloquently challenging this notion. If we were to …

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Feb 28

Is the Power to Heal ourselves increasing?

By Jacob Devaney New studies are showing that placebos are becoming more effective in treating illness. Researchers are perplexed by recent studies that have placebos performing very well compared to new and experimental pharmaceuticals. Meanwhile the science of Psychoneuroimmunology (PNI) is echoing what mystics and shaman have been saying forever which is that we have untold powers to heal …

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Feb 28

As Strong As Morphine: This Natural Painkiller Grows in Your Backyard

From injury to disease, pain is a very common ailment or symptom that can take down the toughest of the tough. It’s so prevalent that we are seeing a major epidemic with opiate dependency. Unfortunately, with so many needing to find relief, it’s leading to a large portion of our population becoming dependent on a …

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Feb 28

Overcoming Soft Slavery: Building Perspective Instead of Walls

by Gary Z McGee “The first principle is to not fool yourself. And you are the easiest person to fool.” ~Richard Feynman A higher perspective is an elusive thing. It’s difficult to get ahold of from within the box of the status quo. Especially a status quo operating from a lower perspective seeking to build …

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Feb 27

22 Of The Weirdest Places On Our Planet

This world is full of mysterious and interesting things. It seems no matter where we go or how far we travel, something strange and wondrous is waiting to be found. Below you will find some of the most ‘weird’ places on Earth and what we know about them. Most of these places you probably have …

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Feb 26

The Spirituality Of Humanness

By Jeff Brown How to Find Sacredness in Our Shared Humanity The healthy shift towards inclusivity—socially, culturally, politically—must also infiltrate our notions of ‘spirituality’ if it is going to bring us together as a humanity. That is, we must get away from the idea that our spirituality and our humanness are two different realms, one …

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Feb 26

The Archetypal Path to Getting Your Shit Together

by Gary Z McGee “We don’t so much solve our problems as we outgrow them. We add capacities and experiences that eventually make us bigger than the problems.” ~Carl Jung Before we get into archetypes, let’s answer a vital question. What would you do if you already had a billion dollars? Forget how or why …

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Feb 26

9 Mind Expanding Health Documentaries That Tell The Truth About What It Really Means To Be Healthy

by Alanna Ketler Over the past decade or so, there has been a radical shift in regards to the focus we put on our health and what it truly means to be healthy. We now know, without a doubt, that our diet, lifestyle and environmental factors absolutely play a role in the potential development of …

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Feb 23

Don’t Think Money – Think Life

By Gilbert Ross We all think about money some time or another don’t we? When a mail-blitz of bills hit our mailbox or our financial planner software shows us that we are going to scrape it very, very thin till next paycheck, we sit back, take a deep breath and get carried away by an …

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