Something wonderful is transpiring. Something amazing, something truly uplifting. A new reality is being created out of the ashes of the old. How will you use your innate ability to visualize a new reality into being? What will be your gift, or gifts, to the world you help imagine?
In the grand scheme of things, we’re talking about a monumental transition between World Ages, each lasting thousands of years. Whether it’s time “speeding up,” or “ascension” symptoms, or elevated “psi” abilities, or an awareness of exponential “chaos” as the old-world mentality comes under a variety of pressures to change somehow acting in concert, people from all walks of life, and from all over the globe, appear unanimous in sensing that the jig is up on our outmoded systems that serve the interests of a tiny ruling elite while oppressing the masses.
Glenn Greenwald respond to Sam Harris and the New Atheists’ penchant for Islamaphobia in the guise of rational atheism.
Color as we know it, does not exist in the outside world beyond us, like gravity or protons do. Instead Color is created inside our head. Our brain converts a certain range of the electro-magnetic spectrum into Color. Now you can measure the wavelength of radiation to determine what color is being displayed, however you can’t measure, or observe the experience of a color inside another person’s mind. This begs the question, Is your red the same as my red?
Being a Rookie Chess is a game that I love to play with my husband. He is such an enviable strategist. When I first started playing with him, I felt like a complete fool every time he snookered my king and got me into check-mate. When I let my pride take the back seat, I [...]
New Year’s is my favorite holiday. I love the way life gives us an annual “do over” in the form of the almighty New Year’s Resolution. And since I’ve begun doing hypnotherapy, NLP and deep chakra work, I’m enjoying more success in creating positive shifts for myself and my clients. So, today, I want to [...]
This short explanatory video reveals how we perceive reality and opens for a wider, more integral way of perceiving the world.
As public disagreements go, few can have boasted such heavy-hitting antagonists.
On one side is Richard Dawkins, the celebrated biologist who has made a second career demonstrating his epic disdain for religion. On the other is the theoretical physicist Peter Higgs, who this year became a shoo-in for a future Nobel prize after scientists at Cern in Geneva showed that his theory about how fundamental particles get their mass was correct.
Their argument is over nothing less than the coexistence of religion and science.
In certain situations, the way that it’s like to be a human being is that certain types of technology, and using certain types of technology, can profoundly influence the kinds of things we’re inclined to do.