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12 Incredible Things About the Clitoris Everyone Should Know

Posted by on August 3, 2015 in Conscious Living, Relationships & Sex with 1 Comment
12 Incredible Things About the Clitoris Everyone Should Know

Beyond acknowledging that it exists and maybe having some idea of where it’s located, most of us know very little about the clitoris. With the help of Betty Dodson, sexologist and sex educator, here is crash course in what we should all know about a woman’s most sensitive part.

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3 Key Lessons of the Crown Chakra for Unity & Peace (Video)

Written by on August 3, 2015 in Awake and Aware, Spirituality, Thrive, Videos with 4 Comments
3 Key Lessons of the Crown Chakra for Unity & Peace (Video)

The crown chakra stands alone and acts like a portal to the non-manifest spiritual realm. Think of it as an umbilical cord to God. And as such, it has some very important lessons to teach us. Here they are.

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How to Choose the Best Meditation for You

Written by on August 3, 2015 in Meditation with 1 Comment
How to Choose the Best Meditation for You

If meditation is so good for us, why can it feel so hard to get started? You’ve most likely seen reports listing many benefits from meditation, recently have been scientifically proven to produce long-lasting improvements in mental cognition, problem-solving, and even increases in brain cell growth after just a few weeks of meditating for 20 […]

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The Secret to Letting Go of Every Fear

Posted by on August 3, 2015 in Conscious Evolution, Conscious Living, Spirituality, Thrive with 3 Comments
The Secret to Letting Go of Every Fear

Are you afraid of some condition in your life? Here’s a life-transforming secret: that seemingly scary condition, whatever it may be, is not the problem. It is your reaction that is fearful. This is why if you will become conscious of your condition instead of afraid of it, you will change forever your relationship with fear.

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Science Ain’t Always Scientific by Brendan D. Murphy

Written by on August 2, 2015 in Awake and Aware, Education with 1 Comment
Science Ain’t Always Scientific by Brendan D. Murphy

We think of the man in the lab coat as impartial and analytical, but he is just as motivated by emotion as the next person, whether it be greed, fear, malice, love, pride, or ambition. Degrees and Ph.D.s don’t suddenly make someone utterly impartial and free of emotional or intellectual prejudice, or immune to other forms of corruption for that matter.

Consider the Nazi-like book-burning and the persecution of pioneering scientist Wilhelm Reich in America—an allegedly free country—in the 1950s. Had Reich hate-mongered? Had he called for the torture and killing of baby seals? Had he conducted Satanic rituals and conjured hordes of demons? Taken candy from a baby? Voted Republican?

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5 Ways to Start a Sexy Conversation for More Intimacy

Posted by on August 2, 2015 in Conscious Living, Relationships & Sex with 0 Comments
5 Ways to Start a Sexy Conversation for More Intimacy

Intimate conversation is an art. Being able to start a sexy chat isn’t something that comes naturally to most couples, no matter how close you might be. Sexy talk can quickly lead to sexy action — your brain is your biggest erogenous zone! Here are five ways to get a sexy conversation started.

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7 Simple Exercises to Create an Extraordinary Life

7 Simple Exercises to Create an Extraordinary Life

Will we spend our lives in mere dreams of winning a limitless life, or will we do the inner- work of awakening from this dream? Choosing the Extraordinary Life begins with our conscious work to realize it, which the following special practices help to ensure.

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How To Change Your Core Beliefs in 9 Simple Steps

Posted by on August 2, 2015 in Conscious Living, Thrive with 1 Comment
How To Change Your Core Beliefs in 9 Simple Steps

It is unhelpful to rush the process of healing by trying to solve every core belief you’ve identified all at once. Start with the most severe and persistent core belief first. Often you will discover that there is one main core belief that seems to pervade a lot of what you think, feel and do. Target this first. The smaller and less persistent core beliefs (i.e. the ones that fluctuate with your mood) can come later.

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Spiritual Ethics – Are You Doing More Harm Than Good?

Spiritual Ethics – Are You Doing More Harm Than Good?

There are many personal boundaries people cross when it comes to spirituality. 9 out of 10 people do not realize they are violating free will, overstepping personal boundaries and are possibly doing more harm than good to those they are trying to help. You may even find yourself on the receiving end of someone who […]

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6 Reasons Why You Should Never Give Up

Posted by on August 2, 2015 in Conscious Living, Happiness, Thrive with 0 Comments
6 Reasons Why You Should Never Give Up

Seriously, though, I was becoming more and more aware that my lack of capacity for sticking with things meant that I was missing out on experiences and ways of being that were deeper, more beautiful, and more satisfying that were just over the mountain if I decided to keep climbing.

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How to Stop Trying to Fit In and Start Embracing Your True Self

Posted by on August 1, 2015 in Conscious Living, Happiness, Thrive with 0 Comments
How to Stop Trying to Fit In and Start Embracing Your True Self

So without even realizing it I would change myself, my desires, and sometimes even my opinions to fit into whatever mold was required at the time. But if you’re constantly trying to prove your worth to people, it may be true that you’ve already forgotten your value.

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Why After a Decade of Education Are Our Kids So Uneducated?

Posted by on August 1, 2015 in Conscious Living, Education with 0 Comments
Why After a Decade of Education Are Our Kids So Uneducated?

The education system in western society is not geared towards providing what’s best for each child. Primarily it is designed to produce citizens who contribute to, and consume from, the interdependent global economy. It’s like a factory assembly line; what mundane 9-5 job are we best suited to live a stressed out adult existence?

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How to Heal Your Inner Child and Dissipate Dark Energy

Written by on August 1, 2015 in Conscious Living, Spirituality, Thrive with 5 Comments
How to Heal Your Inner Child and Dissipate Dark Energy

It is said that when the student is ready that the teacher will appear. It is equally true that when the wounded child is ready to heal that the monster will appear! Sometimes it is via a psychic drama, sometimes a real life drama

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5 Pioneers Who Are Changing the World As We Know It

5 Pioneers Who Are Changing the World As We Know It

While there has been some amazing progress made by humanity in the modern era, the dysfunctional outcomes of our current social systems are now abundantly clear, and individuals are being shocked out of their slumber at an ever-increasing rate. Collectively we are waking up. We are realizing our deep dissatisfaction for the way our social systems are designed and the destructive impacts they’ve had both on humanity and our natural environment, and this awakening is driving important changes on so many levels of our society.

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23 Words of Wisdom From Maya Angelou

23 Words of Wisdom From Maya Angelou

23 Words of Wisdom From Maya Angelou Maya Angelou was a famous poet, author, actress and civil rights activist who recently died in 2014.  She is perhaps best known for her book “I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings.”  This autobiography went on to become the first nonfiction best-seller written by an African-American woman. Angelou […]

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