This is the final video in a 7-part series by Vicki Howie of simple yoga poses and movements that heal and balance your chakras. We’ve now made our way up to the 7th chakra. Also known as the crown chakra, this center represents the most rarefied aspect of your energy field. Up here, it’s all about consciousness and spirit, so not surprisingly, the yoga pose related to this area is one of stillness.
The heart can produce an electrical field 100 times greater than the brain and a magnetic field 5000 times greater. Which one are you using to heal? Here are 7 simple actions to create positive feelings
Alzheimer’s is the third most prevalent disease killer in the Western world after heart disease and cancer, And Cannabis takes on Alzheimer’s successfully
The University of Wisconsin-Madison has provided the first evidence of specific molecular changes in the body following a period of mindfulness meditation.
Research tells us that environmental toxins play a large role in autism development, so some type of toxic reform would likely help tremendously, but what else can be done? Likely surprising to many, compounds in marijuana have actually been found to be very useful in treating the symptoms of autism. Perhaps it’s time to look at medical marijuana for the healing plant that it is.
Most of us don’t even know who we are… Who are you, really? Once we get past the surface of who we THINK we are, the number of abilities we can access are terrifyingly infinite.
Nature can do much more than just help clear your mind and promote relaxation; it could possibly even reduce the symptoms of depression, protect your body against cancer, and reboot your immune system.
The healing powers of hemp and marijuana should never have been suppressed in the first place. It appears the roots of suppression were in early 20th Century America, when John D. Rockefeller established allopathic medical education and certification for the benefit of his burgeoning pharmaceutical and oil empires.
The earth is a natural source of electrons and subtle electrical fields essential for the immune system, circulation, synchronization of biorhythms and more. A sequel to the first documentary on grounding, or earthing, called The Grounded 2, is due out before the end of 2014.
Allergies happen primarily due to an over-active immune system, a clogged lymph system, and a congested liver that can’t rid the body of toxins. Eliminating exposure to environmental toxins, detoxing our liver and lymph systems, and lowering stress can all help put an end to allergies for good.
When someone is diagnosed with stomach cancer at the age of 70, the prognosis is usually bleak. For now-74 Danny of Donegal, Ireland, doctors said he only had weeks to live. But against their recommendations, he decided to go with a natural treatment method to rid his body of cancer and continue forward in the game of life. Wheatgrass is what helped him keep living to this day.
Your throat chakra is called “Visuddha” in Sanskrit which means “purity.” And if you think about it – even just visually – the name makes sense. Look at your body. Your lower body which contains your first three chakras and the “bridge” chakra, your heart, create a fairly wide energetic passage way. Suddenly, at the throat, all the upward-moving energy of your lower body must be moved into the very narrow passage way of your neck.
Your vision is not compromised because of weak eye muscles. Rather they’re too tensed to work properly, so you have to relax them. The Bates method teaches you how.
There have been three attempts since 2012 to create an effective and not too terribly toxic pharmaceutical solution to Alzheimer’s. They all failed, and even caused worsening conditions with an occasional death during testing. Meanwhile, good ole’ coconut oil with its easily digested medium chain triglycerides (MCT), which convert to ketones for brain cell fuel when oxygen/carbohydrate metabolism fails, keeps on working for many.
Humans have essentially become addicted to stress. There is “good stress” (eustress) and “bad stress” (distress)—meaning, you experience certain stressful experiences as unpleasant and seek to avoid them, but others you may actually seek out because they’re fun.