While it’s always tough to get rid of the “good” old stuff lying around our homes, it is possible to de-clutter your room with less pain than you might think.
The two states that are most crucial for manifestation and Law of Attraction are Alpha and especially Theta. Experienced meditators are able to put themselves into a relaxed Alpha or even Theta state easily. People adept at self-hypnosis can adjust their state and go into Theta often within just a minute or two
In her work with female clients, Rachael Jayne Groover is often asked, “What should I do if my partner is less evolved than me?” Occasionally, it’s a valid question, because the woman asking has a partner whose life approach is totally contrary to hers. He’s being lazy, drinking, and watching TV all the time.
In this highly inspirational music video, “The Miracle Is You,” Kute Blackson takes us on a journey that opens our eyes to the fact that we can stop looking all around us for a miracle to ‘happen’, because we ourselves are a miracle – a moving, living muti-faceted miracle of life itself.
One thing that I’ve noticed over the years is that sometimes my habits have caused me to get into a low energy state. For example, perhaps I’ve been feeling down in the dumps about something, so I’ll sit or lay down a lot, lower my rate of productivity and generally “space out.” As a result, my energy slows and I’ve had a harder time pulling myself together. When this has happened in the past, I’ve gotten into a state of feeling low energy and tired all of the time.
You can minimize the impact of toxins on your children’s immediate and long-term health by taking these six straightforward steps. You can incorporate these changes into your lives today and begin to benefit from them right away.
GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) is in the news again making headlines after having to settle another major lawsuit bringing the latest total to over $9.1 billion since 2003. This time, it is due to GSK’s product Pandemrix, which was the swine flu vaccine forced upon the public during the pandemic of 2009.
This smoothie is an excellent choice for times when you’re looking to cleanse and feel light but still need enough substance to propel you through a busy day. It makes four 12-ounce servings
The meat industry pumps livestock with antibiotics. How much are they putting in, and why is this a growing concern?
Earth & Space News April 17, 2015: Space weather – sun spots, magnetic storm; Earthquake watch; Peru’s Ubinas Volcano Triggers Massive Mudslide (VIDEO); Dawn Glimpses Ceres’ North Pole; SpaceX Dragon Launches on Science Supply Run to Station, Booster Hard Lands on Barge; Flooding in Chile’s Atacama Desert after years’ worth of rain in one day; Arctic Sea Ice News & Analysis; Global weather
At 598 meters (1,962 ft) below the Gulf of Mexico off the coast of Louisiana, ROV Hercules encountered a magnificent sperm whale. The whale circled Hercules several times and gave our cameras the chance to capture some incredible footage of this beautiful creature.
S0 News April 16, 2015 (LIVE): Space weather; Earthquake watch; Global weather;
Earth & Space News April 15, 2015: Space weather; Earthquake watch; First Signs of Self-interacting Dark Matter?; NASA’s Spitzer Spots Planet Deep Within Our Galaxy; Global weather; Coming events
A Japanese court has blocked the restarting of two nuclear reactors in the western city of Takahama, after local people raised safety concerns. The plant had already obtained approval from the country’s nuclear watchdog. But locals had petitioned the court in Fukui prefecture, where Takahama is located, to intervene, saying it would not withstand a strong earthquake.
Earth & Space News April 14, 2015: Space weather – sun is quiet; 5 Truths about Earth’s Magnetic Reversal; Study Explains Saturn’s Epic Storms;Dawn’s Ceres Color Map Reveals Surface Diversity; Mars might have liquid water; Why some people hear color, taste sounds; Deaths of 100 dolphins in Japan triggers speculation of earthquake; Tornado track; Global weather
Dogs that make so-called puppy eyes at their owners get a spike in the “love hormone” oxytocin — and their owners do too, according to a new study. This same positive feedback in oxytocin release occurs when a mom gazes at her newborn infant, studies have shown.
A Duke University study involving lab mice suggests there’s a link between Alzheimer’s disease and a faulty immune system. The study suggests that certain immune cells that normally protect the brain begin to abnormally consume an important amino acid: arginine.
Characteristics passed between generations are not decided solely by DNA, but can be brought about by other material in cells, new research shows. Scientists studied proteins found in cells, known as histones, which are not part of the genetic code, but act as spools around which DNA is wound. Histones are known to control whether or not genes are switched on.
The term “science” has grown to be more than an area of study, seeking to hypothesize and theorize about our world. It has become more than a framework for exploration. In its purest form, it has no “limits” and could theoretically embrace non-material, metaphysical aspects of our existence. Yet, in our modern age, science has become corporatized and dogmatic- more worried about pursuing money than about pursuing what makes our universe “tick”.
It felt really weird to type Aries so close to Taurus just now, because Aries sucks at sharing and has less in common with fixed earth Taurus than just about anyone in the astrology realm. Where Taurus is grounded, Aries is volatile, where Taurus is slow, Aries is fire-fast. Taurus is ruled by Venus in her Aphrodite-est form and Aries is Mars, through and through.
Tales of these mysterious glowing orbs have been circulating around Marfa for as long as people can remember, with the earliest reports first coming in the late 19th century. The first published account came from the San Angelo Times in 1945, with many more following over the next several decades as interest in the phenomenon grew. Marfa, sensing a tourist opportunity, built the viewing station in 1986. As journalist Michael Hall wrote in his excellent in-depth 2006 piece on the phenomenon, “You didn’t have to believe in UFOs to think that something was out there.”
The Dispilio tablet was discovered by a professor of prehistoric archaeology, George Xourmouziadis, in 1993 in a Neolithic lake settlement in Northern Greece near the city of Kastoria. The wooden tablet was dated using the C12 method to have been made in 5260 BC, making it significantly older than the writing system used by the Sumerians.
Angels are messengers, healers, and protectors and help us with just about every area in our lives. They can help us restore our faith, trust ourselves as well as our path and even help us open up to unconditional love. They are easily accessible with the human race. I have listed 7 ways to connect […]
This week is dominated by two very powerful planetary aspects.
When so many undeniable patterns are found within and so many tangible connections can be made between energy, the fabric of our very universe and the spiral to and from infinite creation, we would be rather naïve to deny that there are answers hidden in these vast mathematical mysteries. And for anyone who has seen the Matrix movies, you will get where I’m going when I say that what is going on with the number 9, and the fractal patterns in nature and reality, is perhaps a simulation, a holographic projection of time-space and perhaps all that ever truly exists is our perceptions.
Read the ad that this Craigslist seller posted that got over a million views.
Foster Gamble: People are often asking us at Thrive, “Where do you get your news? And how do you sort out what’s true?” Following is a commentary on political tribalism vs. ethics and critical thinking, and at the end of this blog is a partial list of the many sources that we continually review.
Thousands of Turkish students have petitioned their university to build a Jedi temple, in response to an increase in the number of mosques being built on campuses across the country. “To recruit new Jedi and to bring balance to the Force, we want a Jedi temple,” the petition claims.
Maya Angelou Memorial Stamp Features Quote from Different Author and Other Famous Lines We All Get Wrong
On Tuesday the USPS issued a stamp in honor of the American author Maya Angelou, who died last year. Next to a photograph of Angelou is a famous quote from her: “A bird doesn’t sing because it has an answer, it sings because it has a song.” How sweet. There’s just one problem: she never said it.
If news stations are unfairly and inaccurately priming viewers not to expect stories about white crime, it only serves to harden the inaccurate thesis that viewers carry with them in their hearts and minds, in the form of their implicit bias—that Black people are overly responsible for crime and should be treated with special suspicion…When media-makers get the proportions so egregiously wrong, it reinforces a culture in which the benefit of the doubt is not distributed evenly, which creates a hostile society for some and a privileged society for others. Both are harmful for all of us.
The mainstream media is constantly dishing out advice on what (and what not) to consume to maintain our health. Find out why you shouldn’t listen.
One of the globe’s biggest publishers of textbooks and other educational materials has taken to monitoring the social media accounts of students to see if they discuss their exams.
In contradiction with its own mandate, the World Health Organization (WHO) continues to suppress evidence uncovered in Iraq that US military use of depleted uranium (DU) and other weapons have not only killed many civilians but are also the cause of an epidemic of birth defects and other public health issues. By refusing to release the report publicly, the WHO effectively protects the US military and its government from accountability for the resulting public health catastrophe.
Halliday’s report drew comparisons between the Iraqi case and the legacy of health issues arising from US use of Agent Orange in Vietnam.
In its study of the nation’s top twenty-five think tanks, FAIR finds that all have received money from corporations, foundations, government, or major individual donors. In many cases, these donors not only get a tax deduction for their contributions, they also can influence the think tank’s formulation of policy.
A former member of President Obama’s National Security Agency review committee said there is no significant value in mass surveillance programs… A January 2014 analysis of 225 terrorism cases inside the United States since the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks found that the bulk collection of phone records by the NSA “has had no discernible impact on preventing acts of terrorism.” The study by the New America Foundation found that traditional law enforcement and investigative methods were used in most of the cases and the monitoring did little to help.
Brutality thrives in American police treatment of common citizens reflecting an ethos of violence that has flourished over the past dozen years with almost no one in authority held accountable. Much of this behavior can be traced back to U.S. wars of choice – and it is not as though we were not warned of the inevitable blowback.
Fully autonomous weapons, already denounced as “killer robots”, should be banned by international treaty before they can be developed, a new report urges the United Nations .
Watch as Emily Castor talks about her experience diving into the “sharing economy” and how she feels it will ultimately benefit everyone.
Just a few years ago, Jenna Spesard and Guillaume Dutilh of Tiny House BIG Journey had a pretty common lifestyle. They both had regular jobs and resided in pretty typical homes. Jenna lived in a 2500 square foot home with roommates and Guillaume lived in a 1000 square foot apartment that he had all to himself. So it’s an understatement to say that their lifestyle changed radically when they both quit their jobs to build a tiny home on wheels and tour the U.S.
Three weeks ago, Dan Price took a $930,000 pay cut. Growing income inequality had been on his mind for months. But as he went for a hike with a friend one afternoon and listened to her describe her struggle with rising rent prices, he realized he had to do something for his own employees. So Price, the founder and CEO of Gravity Payments in Seattle, decided to raise the minimum salary at his 120-person payment processing company to $70,000.
Fight for $15—the movement calling for livable wages and union rights for low-income workers—launched a worldwide day of action on this morning with walkouts and rallies across the globe, spanning more than 200 cities in the U.S. and 35 countries.
B.A. Norgard loans out her tiny 112 square foot house to some people so they can try on her little lifestyle. The experiment was only for a few hours and even so, it clearly wasn’t the right lifestyle choice for some.
There is mounting evidence that the world is actively preparing for economic life after the death of the Dollar. The facts are now quantifiable, and for those if us who are accustomed to this moment is history where the Dollar is still technically “the world’s reserve currency” and cheap imports fill big box stores, the truth of what’s occurring globally RIGHT NOW as discussed in this interview with Miles Franklin’s Bill Holter is startling