I have had a case of the “f$&k it’s” this week. Seriously. My butt has been kicked energetically and I am feeling tired, powerless, frustrated and fearful. I want to go hide in a dark cave on a high mountain and just stay there until… Something.
Sound familiar to anyone? And I am well aware that my problems are ones of quality and privilege.
But if I feel around the celestial, shamanic realms, I can confirm fairly confidently that my experience in the past days is directly aligned with the collective consciousness as we muddle through mercury retrograde and recover from the explosive Aries eclipse (along with other fiery alignments I can’t even begin to pretend I understand).
Love is everything, and yet it can be so very easy to lose sight of its importance as we get bogged down with the stressors of daily life. We live in a world seemingly filled with fear, war, politics, and corruption. In these difficult times of conflict and uncertainty, how do we open our hearts and let more love into our lives? Here are my reflections as a psychologist and human being lovingly sharing this journey with you.
Unhappiness comes in many shades of grey. Sometimes people just lack joy. Is their emotional darkness their own choice? Or, are life circumstances beyond their control? While depression, and other psychological diseases, are certainly a clinical illness and should not be minimized, there are also factors that contribute to feeling down that you can influence. Here are 50 reasons you may be unhappy, and suggestions on how to open the mental blinds to let the sunshine back in.
The subconscious mind works very much like a computer. It has programs that take raw data (life) and turn it into something you can understand (perception). Sometimes the programs conflict with each other and create glitches. These glitches waste time and energy, which prevents you from achieving your wildest dreams. Here are 15 common subconscious glitches that people today have and how to upgrade them.
You can only effect change if you can wake up the sleeping people, and in order for them to hear you, you must have compassion for how they got where they are. Think of all the truly effective change agents. They didn’t come out with hate, guns blaring and voices screaming. They came out with love and spoke to the hearts of those who knew there was another way.
2/3 of US residents equate ‘natural’ with ‘non-GMO,’ though this is sadly a false connection. The ‘natural’ label is practically meaningless, especially when you consider that companies like Pepsi and General Mills have been sued for using it while food products contained carcinogens and GMOs alike.
Californians have been consistently telling biotech that they want to know what is in their food, but Big Biotech and Big Food refuse to listen. The Grocery Manufacturer’s Association, consisting of companies like Monsanto, Dow, and Bayer, along with food producing companies like Coca-Cola, Kraft, and General Mills, has spent $48 million to deny the YES vote on Prop 522. The GMA has also put forward another $22 million to deny the vote on SB-1381, and even bought the last two votes in the California Senate to kill a labeling initiative that would force these companies to label the toxic foods they’ve been serving the nation.
The fruit from the Blushwood tree, which has very specific growing requirements and, thus far, has only been found to thrive in Far North Queensland in the middle of the Australian Rainforest, kills cancerous cells in three different ways
Protesters shout ‘Justice for Jennifer’ during a rally at the U.S. Embassy in Manila on Thursday. Police in the Philippines filed murder charges on Wednesday against a U.S. Marine over the death of a transgender Filipino he met in a bar outside the former U.S. naval base at Subic Bay.
An overwhelming majority of voters in the most competitive 2014 elections say it feels as if events in the United States are ‘out of control’ and expressed mounting alarm about terrorism, anxiety about Ebola and harsh skepticism of both political parties only three weeks before the Nov. 4 midterms,” reports Politico.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Saturday said that Texas’s controversial voter ID law can remain in place for this year’s election, potentially threatening voting rights of hundreds of thousands of Texans.
U.S. pushing rules that ‘favor big corporate right holders, and undermine the public’s freedom to use knowledge,’ intellectual property expert says
The United States military is sending hundreds more troops to join the thousands already in West Africa, helping tackle the Ebola crisis. Speaking on Wednesday, Rey Odierno, the Army chief-of-staff, for the first time revealed the full extent of America’s global military presence – saying it has troops stationed in over 150 countries worldwide – that’s three quarters of all countries on the planet.
During the excavation of an ancient burial mound belonging to the Bronze Age were discovered the skeletal remains of about four people, two men and two women.
As explained by historian, men were about two meters tall and women over 1.7 meters. Matáyev noted previously in this place were found the bones of human beings even larger
Lockheed Martin announced on Wednesday it has achieved a major breakthrough in developing a nuclear fusion reactor. Although the defense contractor claims it is developing a prototype small enough to fit on the back of a truck, some scientists are skeptical the company is actually on its way to harnessing the elusive energy source. RT’s Ben Swann takes a look.
Patricia Awyan (Co-Director of the Khemit School) and the Khemit team provide details of the team’s research methodology, a translation of the wall’s narrative, and an extensive 3-part interview and expert analysis of the Gosford ‘glyphs featuring Mohamed Ibrahim and Yousef Abd’el Hakim Awyan.
Human beings around the world may be witnessing one of the most significant dramas in the modern history of the space sciences. The ESA’s Rosetta mission to the comet 67P has shattered the theoretical predictions of standard comet science. For many decades, we were told that comets are dirty snowballs, which formed billions of years ago, tracing back to the solar system’s origins. In contrast, the electric universe has stated for decades that comets, meteors and asteroids are materials excavated electrically from planetary surfaces. Wal Thornhill explains that the Rosetta mission has already provided a stunning confirmation of the electric comet theory.
Imagine the world waking up one morning to discover that all compasses pointed south instead of north.It’s not as bizarre as it sounds. Earth’s magnetic field has flipped – though not overnight – many times throughout the planet’s history.
Earth and Space Weather News October 21, 2014: Comet Siding Spring Update; 5 M-class solar flares yesterday; Space weather; Earthquake watch; Global weather
Earth and Space Weather News October 20, 2014: Comet Siding Spring Buzzes Mars; Flare/Quake Uptick Review; Landslide
Earth and Space Weather News October 20, 2014: Comet Siding Spring buzzes Mars; China Landslide; Flare/Quake Uptick Review; Earthquake watch; Space weather; Global weather
Earth and Space Weather News October 18, 2014: CIOC: Comet Siding Spring Close approach to Mars occurs in 1 day; C/2013 A1 (Siding Spring) Current Status; Belfast Homes Flooded After Heavy Rain; Sao Paulo suffers worst drought in decades; Global weather; Space weather; Earthquake watch
Earth and Space Weather News October 17, 2014: M4.3 solar flare erupted in spectacular fashion; Huge incoming sunspots; Earthquake watch; Cassini Caught in Hyperion’s Particle Beam; Temperature Predictions; Precipitation Predictions; Global weather
Earth and Space Weather News October 16, 2014: Spiderweb Galaxy; Umbral fields looping on sun; Space weather; Rapid Geomagnetic Reversal Possibility: Confirmed; Jersey airport runway re-named as magnetic pole shifts; Earthquake watch; Arctic Sea Ice Extent; Global weather
Operating out of South Africa during the apartheid era in the early 1980s, Dr. Wouter Basson launched a secret bioweapons project called Project Coast. The goal of the project was to develop biological and chemical agents that would either kill or sterilize the black population and assassinate political enemies. Among the agents developed were Marburg and Ebola viruses.
The World Bank’s Doing Business rankings force countries to compete with each other to do away with things like environmental protections, workers rights and corporation taxes. Sign on to demand the abolition of the rankings.
Koch money seeks to be the new president of Florida State University and 300 others. What kinds of strings are attached to their money?
Maybe it’s the world economy and the tension and wars everywhere, or maybe I’m just getting more sensitive. In any case, there is still energy to be healed around this date, so in that way, 9/11 offers us all a gift; an opportunity to face our fears and to grow beyond them.
Is the stock market about to crash? Hopefully not, and there definitely have been quite a few “false alarms” over the past few years. But without a doubt we have been living through one of the greatest financial bubbles in U.S. history, and the markets are absolutely primed for a full-blown crash. That doesn’t mean that one will happen now, but we are starting to see some ominous things happen in the financial world that we have not seen happen in a very long time.
A new report says the world’s wealthiest 1% of people now own almost half of the planet’s riches. That’s a rise of almost ten percentage points from last year, indicating that global inequality is widening at an alarming rate. RT’s Marina Kosareva has more.
Does asking for money stress you out? Marie Forleo answers the question: what can you do you are uncomfortable asking other people to pay for your services? If you choke when it’s time to charge, this video will have you getting paid like a pro. Discover how to ask for money comfortably and gracefully, in 3 easy steps.
On any given night, there are over 600,000 homeless people in the US according to the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Most people are either spending the night in homeless shelters or in some sort of short term transitional housing. Slightly more than a third are living in cars, under bridges or in some other way living unsheltered.
It was recently reported that Americans greatly underestimate the degree of inequality in our country. If we were given proper media coverage of the endless takeaway of our country’s wealth by the super-rich, we would be infuriated. And we would be taking it personally.
“A new poll last week revealed disturbing trends about the increasingly dire media coverage of the Ebola story in the United States. Measuring the rising anxiety among news consumers, a Rutgers-Eagleton poll of New Jersey residents found that 69 percent are at least somewhat concerned about the deadly disease spreading in the U.S. The truly strange finding was that people who said they were following the story most closely were the ones with the most inaccurate information about Ebola. The more information they consumed about the dangerous disease, the less they knew about it. How is that even possible? Poll director David Redlawsk cast an eye of blame on the news media. ‘The tone of the coverage seems to be increasing fear while not improving understanding,’ Redlawsk told a reporter. ‘You just have to turn on the TV to see the hysteria of the talking heads media. It’s really wall to wall. The crawls at the bottom of the screen are really about fear. And in all the fear and all the talking, there’s not a lot of information.'”
Jeremy Renner stars in the explosive new film titled ‘Kill the Messenger’ – which exposes CIA cocaine trafficking. The film based on the true story of Gary Webb (portrayed by Renner) of the San Jose Mercury News.
German journalist Dr. Udo Ulfkotte admits writing articles about Libya and Gaddafi for the CIA. He explains how if reporters refused to cooperate they were fired. Also, since he blew the whistle on this “Operation Mockingbird” style control of the global press, his house has been searched six times looking for state secrets, and he’s had three heart attacks.
The two-time Pulitzer Prize winning writer is currently facing threat of incarceration forrefusing a Department of Justice order to take part in the prosecution of a CIA official who stands accused of revealing classified information about a U.S. bid to sabotage Iran’s nuclear program—information that is exposed in his book State of War, which was published in 2006.
When I was a small boy, I was adopted. I grew up remembering nothing of my birth family and unaware that I had a biological sister, named Betsy. Many years later, I went in search of my biological family, but for Betsy it was too late: she had died.
Some of the most naive theories about construction of the pyramids have come from Egyptologists. An inspired and intriguing theory of recent times proposed that a spiral ramp had been created within the Great Pyramid during its construction for the transportation of limestone blocks up to the upper levels of the structure.
Alexis speaks with Darryl Anka about his 30 years of channeling the entity known as Bashar In 1973 Darryl Anka was personal witness to not one, but two close broad day light UFO sightings while in transit on a California freeway. Feeling on some level that these sightings were part of an unraveling for him […]
Nigeria has been declared officially Ebola-free after a six week period with no new cases. Nigeria previously had 20 cases in total, of which eight died. Speaking at a conference in Tunis, the World Health Organization’s Director General Margaret Chan praised Nigeria’s success in controlling the deadly disease – brought to the country by a Liberian diplomat in July. Nigeria’s battle to stamp out the deadly fever was hailed a “spectacular success story” by WHO representative Rui Gama Vaz.
A new study shows that nearly half of Americans are so concerned about catching the Ebola virus that they are unwilling to travel abroad at all. A school in Cleveland cancelled classes, after learning that one staff member might have flown on the same airline – not even the same route – as one of the infected nurses. RT’s Gayane Chichakyan looks at how Ebola fear-mongering, conspiracies, myths, and cures are spreading – including an Ebola zombie post on social media that went viral.
Imagine a major city where 35 percent of all traffic is people on bikes. Or think even bigger–an entire nation where 27 percent of all trips are pedal-powered. These are real places located in modern societies with high levels of car ownership. Places not so different from the US named Copenhagen and the Netherlands.
Now, seven months after the Malaysian Airlines Boeing 777 vanished en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, Sir Tim has cast doubt on the official version of events.
The 2014 Nobel Peace Prize has been awarded to Kailash Satyarthi and Malala Yousafzay for their work on promoting children’s rights.
The Norwegian Nobel Committee said the two were chosen for “their struggle against the suppression of children and young people and for the right of all children to education.”
Indian Kailash Satyarthi is a child rights activist who founded the Global March Against Child Labor. He has led the fight against child slavery and enabled the rescue of more than 80,000 children over three decades.
Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzay made the headlines for defying the Taliban. She was shot in the head by a Taliban gunman for arguing that girls have a right to go to school. She has since set up the Malala Fund to help girls access their right to education.