The following quotes may be used in a variety of ways by both teachers and parents . One idea is for a thought to be posted, read, and discussed at the beginning of each week. It could then be read daily with the students. At the end of the week ask them what they learned or how the thought applied to their lives or activities during the week. Have the children give written or oral examples, or have them draw a picture to illustrate their ideas.
Many people learn about the Law of Attraction, but then they struggle to manifest their dreams. Although they try to be positive and focus on the things they want, they still find that they just can’t get into the groove of using the Law of Attraction effectively. The good news is that this is usually caused by small mistakes that are very easily corrected!
Here are three common mistakes that people make when trying to consciously apply the Law of Attraction. If you’ve been struggling to manifest your dreams, see if any of these roadblocks apply to you. With just a little bit of tweaking, you may find that your ability to consciously manifest improves dramatically.
Is unconditional love between people really possible, or do we all place conditions on our love? All close relationships begin with loving, open-hearted feelings flowing freely between people. Time passes, events happen, people disappoint each other and the love lessens. In some cases, it just grows a little dimmer, but sometimes it can turn to strong feelings of dislike or disdain.
Open: Have you seen the film “The Theory of Everything” yet, the story of the genius Stephen Hawking? It’s an absolutely wonderful film, which to me, speaks on many levels. Not least is it an incredible story of the challenges a soul can thrive through (in the form of motor neuron disease), but it’s also a compelling love story, and as well, points towards the marriage between science and spirituality. It’s an epic, a must see. Personally, I believe that by integrating science with spirituality, it’s possible to have a full, experiential realization of the nature of the universe. I wonder if it’s possible without that? This film, for me, dares to bring one to the edge of that realization… -
Appreciation is the key to a better, more fulfilling life. However, when we give thanks, we often overlook many of the basic things that make our lives more convenient, entertaining and safe. This list aims to identify some of the blessings we often take for granted.
Did you know you have the power to change your entire metabolism? To speed it up or slow it down. It’s all related to what you eat and how you exercise. Here are top 5 exercises that will increase your Metabolism.
Researchers at the Murdoch Childrens Research Institute in Melbourne, Australia, have shown that a probiotic therapy using gut bacteria Lactobacillus rhamnosus affects sensitization to peanut allergens in children.
It is a widely held belief that all someone needs to do to contract an infection, such as one caused by a virus, is to come into contact with an infected patient. However, it’s important to realize that these pathogens are only able to successfully invade and take hold within our bodies if our immune systems are weak. Thankfully, there are countless ways to boost immunity and fend off disease, one of these being to increase production or intake of mannose-binding lectins.
Are you among the many seasonal allergy sufferers each year? Are you tired of the negative side effects many over-the-counter antihistamines provide? Fortunately, there are natural alternatives that can provide relief without inducing drowsiness, dizziness, or headaches — symptoms usually accompanied by most conventional approaches…
Yoga has long been a popular form of exercise and meditation, but science is starting to confirm the ancient practice has the power to treat depression and anxiety.
With one in five Canadians dealing with a form of mental illness at some point in their lives, physicians are beginning to look beyond traditional methods of treatment, such as therapy or medication. Some are turning to yoga.
A woman’s hair can operate like a canary in a coal mine, signaling danger. When hair begins to thin, it is often the first sign of an underlying imbalance or deficiency that, if not addressed, can significantly undermine good heath in a big way. Chances are good that when hormone imbalances are successfully addressed, hair will begin to re-grow and again look and feel the way it once did.
Earth and Space Weather News Jan 30, 2014: Spaceweather; Hubble Spies a Loopy Galaxy;Change in Agricultural Land in California; Global weather
Earth and Space Weather News Jan 29, 2014: Spaceweather; Earthquake watch; Cassini Catches Titan Naked in the Solar Wind; GPM Sees Nor’easter Dump Snow on New England; Global weather
As part of the extreme energy process known as fracking, big oil companies are shooting dozens of hazardous chemicals into America’s most productive farmland, the San Joaquin Valley in central California. Increasingly employed by companies like Chevron and Occidental Petroleum, hydraulic fracturing (aka fracking) involves drilling a deep well into the earth and injecting millions of gallons of toxic fluid — a mix of water, sand, and harsh chemicals — at a high enough pressure to splinter the rock and release oil or natural gas. While other U.S. regions mostly frack for gas, here in California all fracking is for oil extraction. And in the San Joaquin Valley, where almost 50% of the country’s fruits and vegetables are grown, they are pumping those chemicals into the same farmland where I get my tomatoes, grapes, and yes, that avocado I put on my burger.
Earth and Space Weather News Jan 28, 2014: Spaceweather-solar flare uptick; Earthquake watch – Fiji quake; Global weather – storms
Dolphins make up new whistles that other dolphins then use to signal each whistle’s inventor. But what happens when dolphins meet for the first time? And what about wild dolphins–do they use “names”? Well, according to this study, the answer to both of those questions is a resounding “yes”! It turns out that when wild dolphins meet at sea, one of the first things they do is introduce themselves using their unique whistles!
Mike Barrett: Are you interested in exploring alternative means of sustainable living, but don’t think it can be done? Though not as common as it should be, many individuals choose to live off-the-grid and rely on themselves by collecting rainwater, planting gardens, using alternative energy, and more. People are even building their own little ‘Earth dome’ houses. Want to see what I’m talking about? Check out these pictures and video below.
Evolving from historic military bunker construction techniques, Earthbag building is a relatively inexpensive method of construction that uses limited resources at a low cost. The technique uses natural materials (usually local), such as sturdy stacks filled with inorganic material. Subsoil that contains enough clay to become cohesive when tamped, gravel, sand, or volcanic rock are common materials used for Earthbag building.
Xavier Hames four-year-old boy in Australia became the first person to receive an “artificial pancreas.” The artificial pancreas features a sensor that reads blood sugar levels and communicates to the pump, which is connected to the body underneath the skin to administer the insulin. Unlike traditional pumps, this new technology does not deliver a constant stream of insulin to the body. Instead, the artificial pancreas uses an algorithm to track blood sugar levels over time, predicting when insulin is no longer required. This reduces the risk of dangerously low blood sugar levels, known as hypoglycemia.
If you have to make a complex decision, will you do a better job if you absorb yourself in, say, a crossword puzzle instead of ruminating about your options? The idea that unconscious thought is sometimes more powerful than conscious thought is attractive, and echoes ideas popularized by books such as writer Malcolm Gladwell’s best-selling Blink.
Our Milky Way could be harboring a cosmic “wormhole”—that exotic short cut across the Universe made famous in science fiction shows and films—according to a team of scientists in India, Italy and the USA. Such a wormhole could offer an alternative to Dark Matter as an explanation for the missing mass in our Galaxy, say the scientists in a paper submitted to The Annals of Physics.
There are very few common threads among experts on what causes cancer, aside from obvious lifestyle choices like smoking and alcohol. However, to think cancer is largely caused by one thing is a bit too simplistic…or is it? Turns out, it may not be that complicated. A simple fungal infection can cause cancer…Candida.
Scientists from the Hasso Plattner Institute in Potsdam have invented a real-life teleporter system that can scan in an object and “beam it” to another location. Not quite the dematerialisation and reconstruction of science fiction, the system relies on destructive scanning and 3D printing.
Nuclear Fusion Reactor in France Could Bring Breakthroughs That Will Provide Limitless, Clean Energy and Secure the Planet’s Future
The most sophisticated, expensive machine ever built is slowly taking shape at the in rural France at the Cadarache nuclear facility. It is a scientific collaboration on a worldwide scale, meant to tackle one of the biggest challenges of the 21st century – with the human population growing every year, how do we continue to make ever more electricity past 2050 (the date that the EU has set for full decarburization of power generation) without destroying the environment? The scientists and engineers in Saint-Paul-lez-Durance think the solution is nuclear fusion – they want to recreate a star in a box on Earth.
There’s a fascinating organization called MAPS, Multi-disciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies. This is a nonprofit think tank that advocates for the responsible investigation of psychedelic plants and chemicals and exploring their potential as tools for transformation, for interpersonal transformation.
Alexis discusses the incredible regression case of “Kimberly” with Hypnotherapist and E.T. Contact Researcher Mary Rodwell Regressionist, hypnotherapist and E.T. contact researcher Mary Rodwell discusses the case of “Kimberly,” a 52 year old woman, who while being regressed discovers she may have lived a life as a non-human entity. Alexis Brooks sat down with Kimberly […]
My Life as an – Alien? One woman’s surprise regression and the revelation that changed her world. (Part Two)
In part one of this riveting interview we speak with a woman named Kimberly about a unique and life changing experience she had while being regressed and learning of a possible life as an extraterrestrial being. Though initially questioned as a played out fantasy while in an altered state, Kimberly begins to recall several additional other-worldly […]
Part One of a Two Part Interview Author Preface: In my over 20 years as a new thought/metaphysical writer and researcher, I have come across a plethora of “unusual” accounts – stories that defy all matter of left brain logic but even stretch the farthest reaches of the most open-minded. Despite unrelenting denial from a […]
The week begins with Mars separating from is conjunction with Neptune which is run on for the previous 10 days, or so
Brandon West: In this article we will explore how your body is a holographic projection of your consciousness, and how you directly influence that hologram and thus have complete control over the physical health of your body. We will also specifically explore the exact mechanism behind this principle, and don’t worry, I will provide scientific evidence so let your rational mind be at ease.
If you are like me, you love to read and have a few go-to reference books that bring something new to the table each and every time you refer to them. I have read many books on spirituality, psychic development and personal growth. I am sharing with you my top 8 favorite books that never get boring and always reveal something new to me each time I read them.
Charles Haanel’s classic 1912 work, “The Master Key System,” is a masterpiece on determining and manifesting your highest purpose. “Tapping the Source: Using the Master Key System for Abundance and Happiness” is an amazing book that takes the key concepts from The Master Key System and provides an easy to follow, seven-step process for implementing Haanel’s strategies. The framework includes “focus phrases” that you use while in a meditative state. For example, “I am open to receive guidance from my source.”
It’s not just about ‘fake news stories’. Facebook’s new ‘flagging’ feature will allow agenda-driven political agitators, governments and corporations to control the narrative and all but silence dissent. Note how this new system will allow Facebook to totally escape the backlash it would have otherwise received for censoring free speech by deleting posts. The posts are not deleted, they are merely relegated so that hardly anyone sees them. This negates the ‘Barbara Streisand effect’ – where the act of removing or censoring content only makes it more likely to receive attention elsewhere. Now you won’t even know if your post has been targeted for censorship, so you won’t be able to do anything about it.
The direction of the production and release of David Crowley’s anticipated fictional film Gray State – which depicted a bleak America with totalitarian rule, a police state and detainment camps – is unknown. However, a rough cut of the dual production documentary, Gray State: The Rise is available to watch. The 2hr 39m film features significant video bytes as well as interviews from Adam Miller, Col. Douglas McGregor, Adam Kokesh, Luke Rudkowski, Stewart Rhodes, Mark Dice, Alex Jones, Jason Bermas, David Crowley and more.
Facebook is cracking down with changes to its news feed that will ensure its users see fewer hoax and spam posts, while providing a warning of their potential falsity when they are seen. The new feature is based on another recent addition to Facebook: the ability to report any post as being a “false news story”. Those reports will now be taken into account by Facebook’s news feed algorithm as it determines which posts are displayed on users’ news feeds.
The movie ‘American Sniper’ based on the memoirs of Navy Seal Chris Kyle has grabbed six Oscar nominations and shattered US box-office records. In the process it’s also inflamed debate over US wars. Kyle served in Iraq and was credited with being America’s deadliest sniper. After leaving the army he was shot dead by a fellow veteran he was trying to help. RT’s Marina Portnaya takes a look at the controversy around the film.
Marking a major—and likely symbolic—victory for Republicans on Capitol Hill, the U.S. Senate voted on Thursday to approve the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline in a 62-36 vote that will not be sufficient to override President Barack Obama’s expected veto.
Once again, dark money ruled on Election Day 2014 when a slew of die-hard reactionaries swept into office, their victories clinched by donations from a small group of selfish big money donors. These wealthy funders seem to believe they can hide behind the gates of their fancy estates and not experience the adverse effects of global climate change or the consequences of the other regressive policies they promote. So how did these radicals, who are out of touch with the values of most Americans, spend their second week of the 114th Congress? Rubbing elbows with one another and the other sycophants that feed at the trough of dirty money.
Russell Brands’s reaction to the delay in Parliament’s child abuse inquiry, the allegations of child abuse against former politicians and the recent allegations against Prince Andrew.
“As Americans, we respect human dignity, even when we’re threatened, which is why I’ve…worked to make sure our use of new technology like drones is properly constrained.” – President Obama. A message to President Obama: saying something does not make it so. How does killing people, so many of them innocent of any wrongdoing whatsoever, with missiles launched from drones by “pilots” thousands of miles away, demonstrate respect for human dignity and the application of “proper” constraints?
Mohammed Saleh Qayed Taeiman, who is described as ‘a normal kid,’ was killed four years after his father and brother were both killed in 2011 drone strike.
Russell Brand provides analysis of Syriza’s victory in the Greek election and takes a look at what their anti-austerity measures might mean for Europe.
Presidential aspirants in both parties are talking about saving the middle class. But the middle class can’t be saved unless Wall Street is tamed. The Street’s excesses pose a continuing danger to average Americans. And its ongoing use of confidential corporate information is defrauding millions of middle-class investors. Yet most presidential aspirants don’t want to talk about taming the Street because Wall Street is one of their largest sources of campaign money.
President Obama’s proposal for tuition-free community college education, and the broader discussion which it has inspired, confirms our belief that it is time for a comprehensive solution to a $1.3 trillion problem: student debt in the United States. We strongly support the concept of tuition-free public higher education, and are encouraged by renewed arguments in its favor. But we must also confront what has been done to the last several generations of students. They have been forced to take on debt that is crippling to them, to our economy and our society. A student debt “jubilee” would reflect both the values upon which this nation was founded, and the economic principles which have sustained it through its greatest periods of growth and prosperity.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, December, 2014, 1 in 5 of the Millennial generation (birth years from early 1980s to early 2000) live in poverty and have lower rates of employment compared to their Baby Boomer parents of a similar age in the 1980s, one of the most prosperous eras of American history.
Investment banker Catherine Austin Fitts predicts that 2015 is going to be “volatile and violent.” Fitts says, “I think 2015 is going to be a very rough year. I think you have to be prepared for wild swings. We’ve seen oil come down 50%.” Fitts also points out, “The creative destructive aspects are pretty scary.”
A new Wall Street Journal survey finds, barely over one-third of Americans even have enough money to cover a minor car repair or a quick trip to the ER. This means, upwards of 60 percent of the country has to take out a loan or pull out their credit card to cover the cost of any unexpected emergencies.
The absolutely stunning decision by the Swiss National Bank to decouple from the euro has triggered billions of dollars worth of losses all over the globe. Citigroup and Deutsche Bank both say that their losses were somewhere in the neighborhood of 150 million dollars, a major hedge fund that had 830 million dollars in assets at the end of December has been forced to shut down, and several major global currency trading firms have announced that they are now insolvent. And these are just the losses that we know about so far. It will be many months before the full scope of the financial devastation caused by the Swiss National Bank is fully revealed.