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  • Tackling Climate Change Requires Healing the Divide
    Canadian climate change opinion is polarized, and research shows the divide is widening. The greatest predictor of people's outlook is political affiliation.
    clnjoneil - November 17, 2018
  • Life’s Too Short to Be Too Busy
    Life is too short to be too busy. I learned this the hard way.
    clnjoneil - November 17, 2018
  • 51 Best Ways to Use Baking Soda Naturally
    If your baking soda or saleratus is always waiting for baking days, you should know there are more baking soda benefits.
    clnjoneil - November 17, 2018
  • ‘Mini Ice Age' Looms as NASA Scientist Warns Lack of Sunspots Could Bring Record Cold
    Our sun was not expected to head into a solar minimum until around 2020, but it appears to be heading in that direction a little early which could prove to be bad news for warm weather lovers.
    clnjoneil - November 17, 2018
  • Morning Inspiration: How To Carve Out Your Own Path (Motivational Video with Natalie Portman)
    The way to find your own path may just be realized in the insecurities and doubts you have about yourself and life in general. The positive way to flourish is by having a specific set of reasons for doing what you do. Have an aim and make a plan to succeed. "Sometimes your insecurities and your inexperience may lead you to embrace other people's expectations, standards or values but you can harness that inexperience to carve out your own path; one that is free of the burden of knowing how things are supposed to be. A path that is defined by its own particular set of reasons." Natalie Portman
    clnjoneil - November 17, 2018
  • Hyperreality (or What Not There Isn’t To Believe?)
    The original notion of hyperreality (a term borrowed from semiotics and postmodern theory) is an inability of consciousness to distinguish reality from a simulation of reality, especially in technologically advanced societies. We are no longer faced with the threat of struggling with our shadows – we are now faced with the threat of our clones. This may be the radical illusion we are slipping into.
    clnews - November 16, 2018
  • My Secret Green Drink Recipe + Best Foods to Heal Your Heart Chakra
    When looking at foods that heal the heart chakra, we are looking for ones that are green. We also want to consider the glands for this chakra — the thymus which is all about immunity and the heart, which is both an organ and a gland because it secretes hormones. Anything that is good for your thymus or your heart’s health is also good for your heart chakra. Here are my favorite foods for healing the heart chakra (including my green drink recipe)...
    Vicki Howie - November 16, 2018
  • The Best Stan Lee Characters We’ll Never Forget
    For many, Stan Lee will live on forever in the characters he created. What better way to honor him than by remembering the characters we'll never forget?
    clnews - November 16, 2018
  • Democrat Wins as Maine Becomes First State to Use Ranked-Choice Voting in National Race
    Maine's 2nd congressional district made history Thursday afternoon as it named Jared Golden the winner of his race for incumbent Rep. Bruce Poliquin's (R-Maine) seat, after the state used ranked-choice voting for the first time in a national race to determine the winner.
    clnews - November 16, 2018
  • Morning Inspiration: Always Put in The Hard Work (Motivational Video)
    A part of the moving from one phase in life to the next is putting in a lot of hard work. This will be the true testament to accomplishing some of those things you strive for. "There are no shortcuts. You've gotta put in the time. And I think the first take away is: there are absolutely no shortcuts. It takes time and it takes a lot of hard work."
    clnjoneil - November 16, 2018
  • 25 Things In A Relationship More Important Than Sex
    Any couple can have a good, happy and positive life together even when those intimate moments in the bedroom become fewer.
    clnjoneil - November 15, 2018
  • Kryon Explains Why Breaking THESE Human Habits Will Get You Closer to God
    In this Channeling, Kryon lists 5 ways humanity misinterprets who God is and what God wants of you. You can never be in bad standing with Source, you are family and always will be. In this message, Kryon explains how dropping these misperceptions will bring you to be closer to God...
    clnews - November 15, 2018
  • New Study Details ‘Staggering' $6 Trillion (and Counting) Price Tag of Endless US War
    The Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs reports (pdf) that by the end of the 2019 fiscal year, the U.S. will have spent $5.9 trillion on military spending in Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, and other countries, as well as veterans' care, interest on debt payments, and related spending at the Homeland Security and State Departments.
    clnews - November 15, 2018
  • Social Media Use Increases Depression and Loneliness, Study Finds
    Facebook, Snapchat, and Instagram may not be great for personal well-being. The first experimental study examining use of multiple platforms shows a causal link between time spent on these social media and increased depression and loneliness.
    clnews - November 15, 2018
  • How to Hold Your Equilibrium
    Both states of joy or anguish are temporary. As Eckhart Tolle pointed out, 'this too shall pass' — that phrase goes for anything you are experiencing the good along with the bad.
    Cherie Roe Dirksen - November 15, 2018
  • WATCH: 5 Tips To Beat the Winter Blues [1-MIN VIDEO from Dr. Mercola]
    Winter can bring about a sense of melancholy. If you're feeling the blues this winter, here are some tips to help it go away.
    clnews - November 15, 2018
  • Imagine If You Used Your Talents (Motivational Video)
    The scary thing about life is that you can be here today and gone the next. That's why it's imperative to live life to the fullest of our potentials. "He said, but imagine if you will, being on your deathbed and standing around your bed the ghost of the ideas, the dreams, the abilities, the talents given to you by life and that you for whatever reason, you never acted on those ideas." Les Brown
    clnjoneil - November 15, 2018
  • Step Out in Style with Luxurious Spa Robes
    Spa robes come in different textures and weights. Some of the popular materials are silk, cotton waffle weave, Egyptian cotton, Turkish cotton, fleece, and satin. Your texture preferences, the seasons and absorption ability are factors you will consider when choosing your robe fabric. Micro plush robes are great if you are looking for warmth during the cold season and satin and waffle weave are ideal during warm seasons.
    clnews - November 15, 2018
  • Cooking Fast and Slow
    Not every dish that you prepare has to be made fast or on the hottest temperature setting. There are times when it's beneficial to the food that it's cooked at a lower temperature. If possible, you should try to use a combination of cooking methods instead of only cooking fast all the time at the highest temperature on the oven.
    clnews - November 15, 2018
  • Are We About to See the UFO Subject Blow Wide Open?
    UFO insider and researcher says the subject is about to be taken far more serious! Over the years the field of UFO research has seen its fair share of dips and curves, ebbs and flows. From all out ridicule and dismissal to the inevitability of eventual disclosure – the doors of the ET and UFO […]
    Alexis Brooks - November 14, 2018
  • 7 Proven Ways Going Green Can Help You to Save Money
    What can you do today to go green while saving you money? Here are 7 proven ways going green can help you save money both in the short and long term.
    clnews - November 14, 2018
  • Polenta Bake Recipe + Best Foods to Heal Your Solar Plexus Chakra
    This week we’re looking at the best foods to boost and heal your solar plexus chakra. The color of this chakra is yellow and it resides in your core and it’s related to all your digestive organs like stomach, liver, spleen and kidneys. It affects your pancreas and adrenal glands and it’s food type is carbohydrates — the food that we digest and turn into quick energy. Here Are My 5 Favorite Solar Plexus Healing Foods (Plus a Yummy Polenta Bake Recipe):
    Vicki Howie - November 14, 2018
  • Your Perception Determines Your Experiences
    In this article, I would like to bring you on a journey of exploring the critical importance of the connection between your perceptions and your experiences and how you can change any unwanted experiences in your life. All aspects of your life, especially health, money, time, relationship, love, career, family will improve once you understand the mechanics of the principles that governs our 3D reality.
    clnews - November 14, 2018
  • David Icke on the Ramifications of the Midterm Elections
    David Icke explains the ramifications of the midterm elections in America. 
    clnews - November 14, 2018
  • Morning Inspiration: How to Overcome Challenges (Motivational Video with Anthony Robles)
    Life will throw you many obstacles and challenges along your journey. The best way to deal with them is not to avoid but meet them head on. Overcoming each challenge is a stepping stone to accomplishing one more goal or dream. "We all wrestle with our own challenges. We all wrestle with our own obstacles. There's always something waiting around the corner that's gonna challenge us but what I like to say is that you can't let the challenge become an excuse." Anthony Robles
    clnjoneil - November 14, 2018
  • Quantum Living 101: Don’t Just Collapse the Wave, Learn to Ride it First
    We begin to learn it’s not always a matter of just making the choice, but learning to ride the wave of possibilities as well so we know for sure which choice is absolutely best for us. When we do that, we gain confidence and trust in ourselves and over time this only makes the decision process simpler because we are literally exercising our trust muscles by showing ourselves we are there for US!
    Tamara Rant - November 13, 2018
  • How to Use Failure to Strengthen Self-Belief
    Do you try to avoid failure? Most people do. It makes sense, too. Failing is no fun, but most successful people have failed many times along the way. It would be great if we could leap right to success. However, it doesn’t work that way. But, you can use tools to build your self-belief, and create that success. One of the best tools to help you can be failure itself.
    Jan Shaw - November 13, 2018
  • Top 22 Foods to Add Healthy Years to Your Life – Dr. Mercola
    To protect your health, I advise spending at least 90 percent of your food budget on whole foods, and only 10 percent, or less, on processed foods. Twenty-two foods known for their potent health benefits are presented. – Dr. Mercola
    clnAdrian - November 13, 2018
  • The Beauty of Disillusion: Learning to See
    I wish I knew the beauty of leaves falling.To whom are we beautiful when we go?~David Ignato And to whom are we beautiful as we go? This poem seems to point to the fact that even in our failing, there is a part of creation and therefore a part of ourselves that can grant a magnificence […]
    Scott Moore - November 13, 2018
  • 35-40% Of Washington Is Involved In Covering Up Human Trafficking – Says Ex NYPD Officer
    Another insider, and a very credible one at that, has stepped forward to expose how prevalent human trafficking actually is in our world, cities, and most notably, in Washington. Retired Detective Jim ‘Jimmy Boots’ Rothstein, was a member of the New York City Police Department, and various ‘out of state’ agencies for over a decade where he was assigned to investigate sex trafficking.  His job brought him to travel the world investigating how these rings operate.
    clnRobertOLeary - November 13, 2018
  • Morning Inspiration: All This For 9.58 Seconds (Motivational Video with Usain Bolt)
    Triple World record holder and nine time Olympic gold medalist Usain Bolt, talks about what it takes to accomplish his mind boggling feats on the track. He was a precocious teenage talent but he had to stay dedicated and train hard daily with sacrifice in order to get to his level of greatness. "I think a lot of people, they see you run and they say, (oh) it looks so easy, it really looks effortless but before it gets to that point it's like hard work. Day in day out sacrifice." Usain Bolt
    clnjoneil - November 13, 2018
  • Everyone Should Know These Facts About Diabetes
    Diabetes is a very serious condition that becomes more widespread each year. Ironically, many people don’t actually know the cause of diabetes, or the risk factors that can develop the disorder. Let’s take a close look at the symptoms a diabetic may incur and how you can reduce your risk of ever being diagnosed with diabetes and many other health complications through simple lifestyle changes.
    clnews - November 13, 2018
  • Challenges of Offline Cannabis Marketing
    With the tough competition, advertising restrictions, social media marketing bans and federal and state laws, offline marketing challenges for a cannabis business are not going to disappear anytime soon. And if you’re a medical marijuana business owner, you’re also probably in a constant battle to prove your legitimacy to the overall industry critics.    For this reason, you should be innovative in approaching this highly regulated industry to market your brand.  It begins by knowing the major challenges that offline cannabis marketing faces.
    clnews - November 13, 2018
  • Is Mole Removal Safe?
    While moles are usually harmless, mole removal treatment should be used if there are chances of skin cancer or due to aesthetic reasons. Here are the methods that can be used to remove moles...
    clnews - November 13, 2018
  • Stan Lee, Marvel Comics' Real-Life Superhero, Dies at 95 (Plus His Top 10 Greatest Comics)
    Lee's fame and influence as the face and figurehead of Marvel, even in his nonagenarian years, remained considerable. Beginning in the 1960s, the irrepressible and feisty Lee punched up his Marvel superheroes with personality, not just power. Until then, comic book headliners like those of DC Comics were square and well-adjusted, but his heroes had human foibles and hang-ups; Peter Parker/Spider-Man, for example, fretted about his dandruff and was confused about dating. The evildoers were a mess of psychological complexity.
    clnRobertOLeary - November 12, 2018
  • Unexplained Mass Bird Deaths During Dutch 5G Experiment
    Unexplained Mass Bird Deaths During Dutch 5G Experiment. About a week ago at The Hague, many birds died spontaneously, falling dead in a park. You likely haven’t heard a lot about this because it is being kept quiet. However, when about 150 more suddenly died – bringing the death toll to 297 – people started to notice. And if you are looking around that park you see what stands on the corner of the roof across the street from where they died: a new 5G mast, where they had done a test,..."
    clnRobertOLeary - November 12, 2018
  • The 5 Best Foods to Boost and Balance Your Sacral Chakra
    When boosting the sacral chakra, you want to consume foods that are juicy (the sacral food type is liquids), orange and erotic.  And it’s also important to eat these foods slowly and sensually — savoring every bite — as the sacral chakra is the pleasure center of your body. Here's the list of the top 5 foods to boost and balance your sacral chakra...
    Vicki Howie - November 12, 2018
  • New Study: Smelling Lavender Really Can Relax You
    A component in lavender oil, linalool, produced relaxation in mice in a new study. The relaxation effects resembled those produced by benzodiazepines, anti-anxiety drugs, but lacked their motor impairment and sedation.
    clnews - November 12, 2018
  • Got Conflict?  5 Tips for Responding Rather than Reacting
    Yet, you still disconnect at times and mess up, react instead of respond, feel bad afterwards.  Sound familiar? It's ok to disagree.  Allowance is a beautiful thing. It's expansive and gives rise to opportunity.  It doesn't break our mental or spiritual bank, but can actually enhance it. The following steps have helped me to live a more peaceful life.
    Julia Parsell - November 12, 2018
  • Morning Inspiration: How To Get Ready For Success (Motivational Video with 50 Cent)
    In order to push yourself towards success there are some key ingredients. You have to work diligently and you have to be resilient. Hear as 50 Cent talks about his road to success in music. "No matter how much you feel like you're prepared for something, it never happens on your time, like when you think you're ready. It always happens when it's supposed to happen because the period that you feel ready and people are not acknowledging the material like you think they should cause it's good, is the time you develop skin thick enough to survive when it does work." 50 Cent
    clnjoneil - November 12, 2018
  • The Latest Trends in Online Dating
    Whether you are new to online dating or have been using this type of dating for a while, you will be interested to learn about its latest trends. We’re going to cover some of the most important ones here, both the good and the bad.
    clnews - November 12, 2018
  • 5 Unusual Facts You Might Not Know About Human Psychology
    While we’re in no position to have the final say on the intricate workings of the human mind, we can bust some of the most common myths that people believe to be true when it comes to human psychology.
    clnews - November 12, 2018
  • Join the “Heal the Middle East 2018 Peace Intention Experiment” on Monday, November 12
    Lynne McTaggart: On Monday, November 12 (at 10:30 am Pacific/1:30 pm Eastern/6:30 pm UK/7:30 pm Europe), we will be focusing our collective intention for peace on an area of the Middle East, as that entire region is undergoing vast unrest and conflicts that affect all of us around the world.
    clnews - November 11, 2018
  • Half Million Killed by America's Global War on Terror ‘Just Scratches the Surface' of Human Destruction
    CLN Editor Note: It seems pretty clear that the U.S. Government has no intention of stopping their endless wars. It’s all about nation building and money for our war machine contractors. The sanctity of human life doesn’t appear to be a factor. We the people need to do something about it. Our consciousness MATTERS. Join […]
    clnews - November 11, 2018
  • Enjoy the Celebrations Without Compromising Your Health
    Celebrations are the perfect time to enjoy with family, friends and relatives. It is the apt time to create some unforgettable moments and you might be wondering which dessert is suitable for health then here are some amazing cakes that are both delicious and healthy...
    clnews - November 11, 2018
  • Online Dating: The Secrets Of Success In Metropolitan Areas
    Having a lot of people to choose from in Metropolitan areas like New York City is great, but we are going to show you the true success secrets to dating in Metropolitan areas.
    clnews - November 11, 2018
  • Your Horoscope and Astrology Overview for November 12-18, 2018
    Want to know what the stars have in store for you? Read this weekly astrological report Patrick and be prepared to make the most of your week!
    Patrick Arundell - November 11, 2018
  • How to Learn From Your Past, So That Love Can Be Present in Your Future
    By nature, humans are selfish creatures whether we know it or not or whether we express it or not and no that’s not a bad thing at all. I’m not talking about the greedy, uncaring, rude type of selfish that comes from acting out of fear-driven emotions. I’m talking about the type of selfishness that is required for you to take care of yourself first and foremost; knowing full well that if you do not, you are not very much use to anyone else because we really cannot serve from an empty cup. The thing with this is, that even though I truly feel we are naturally and innately drawn to do this, we are otherwise taught that selfishness itself just falls into one category of “wrong” or “don’t do it”. When, just like everything, your intention behind it is key.
    Tamara Rant - November 10, 2018
  • 11 Superfoods That Will Supercharge Your Body
    A diet full of natural healthy foods is a guaranteed way to help the body maintain optimal function.
    clnjoneil - November 10, 2018
  • Three More States Just Voted in Favor of Marijuana
    Many industries have a vast financial interest in keeping marijuana prohibition laws on the books including pharmaceutical giants, alcohol lobbies, casinos, and the prison industrial complex.
    clnjoneil - November 10, 2018

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