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  • Channeled Messages from “Bashar” – Who are We if Reality is an Illusion? (VIDEO)
    Channel for Bashar, Darryl Anka shares insights on the true nature of time, the current “shift” and how reality really works. In the nearly 35 years that channel Darryl Anka has been bringing through empowered messages from the entity known as Bashar, the themes have been constant and unwavering. But given the exponential shift that many […]
    Alexis Brooks - March 24, 2019
  • 8 Easy Ways To Explore Your Past Lives
    There are countless ways you can access past life information. Today I will share with you 8 ways you can explore your past lives. The information that can be uncovered through a past life regression can help one understand where fears, strengths, interests as well as beliefs may have originated from.
    Laurie Barraco - March 24, 2019
  • Is the Power to Heal Ourselves Increasing?
    This coming together between the spiritual and scientific communities shows an unprecedented opportunity for humans to embrace vibrant, healthy, thriving lives. Researchers are perplexed by studies that show placebos are becoming increasingly more effective when compared to new and experimental pharmaceuticals.
    clnAdrian - March 24, 2019
  • Kryon: The Quickening is Brining Amplified Synchronicities – Faster than Ever Before
    The quickening of the new energy and the light is bringing #synchronicities to fruition, to reality faster than ever before. If you can see yourself doing something and you know what it is and you're looking for the synchronicity to make it happen, put out the intent now. Don't wait! Don't decide it's too great or too grand.
    clnews - March 24, 2019
  • Your Horoscope and Astrology Overview for March 25-31, 2019
    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 - March 24, 2019
  • The Cyclical Science Behind Personal Experience
    You see, if you think about how quickly or slowly we tend to learn and the overall quality of our lives, we can’t help but notice the connection. And perhaps this is entwined with our ability to accept what it and use it as a catalyst to create what can be.
    Tamara Rant - March 24, 2019
  • How Do ECN Forex Brokers Make Money?
    Foreign Exchange or #Forex is the trading centre for all major currencies. Currencies are traded by traders and speculators daily, with the belief that the price of a currency pair will go up or fall down. Initially, brokers and speculators traded the Forex market using Over-the-Counter (OTC) networks, which relied on intermediaries and brokers. This meant a large portion of the earning from trading fell in the hands of brokers and agents who charged commission and fees for their services.Nowadays, the use of an Electronic Communication Network (ECN) for Forex trading has gained popularity. Here are some of the benefits of using an ECN.
    clnews - March 24, 2019
  • Why We Close Ourselves Off to Friendships and How to Open Up
    It’s fascinating to reflect on how belief systems are formed.
    clnjoneil - March 23, 2019
  • 20 Nutrition Facts That Should Be Common Sense (But Aren't)
    Common sense should not be taken for granted when people are discussing nutrition.
    clnjoneil - March 23, 2019
  • Could Going Mostly Vegetarian Relieve Acid Reflux?
    All the while, people may just find the relief they are looking for from acid reflux, if they’re willing to adopt a nearly-vegetarian diet.
    clnjoneil - March 23, 2019
  • Science Explains 6 Benefits Of Jogging
    Jogging is a fairly simple exercise. It requires no special equipment, you don’t have to go to the gym to do it, and you can burn around 398 calories in a single hour from this workout!
    clnjoneil - March 23, 2019
  • The Sugar Conspiracy – Papers Expose Industry Plot to Frame Fat for Heart Disease
    Researchers at the University of California San Francisco (UCSF) have uncovered long-hidden truths that manufacturers of sugary foodstuffs would prefer us to ignore.
    clnjoneil - March 23, 2019
  • How Running Can Help You Reprogram Your Brain and Be Happy?
    It is an established fact that exercise or physical activity plays a major role in our overall health and happiness. Here are some of the ways that running can help you reprogram your brain and be happier...
    clnews - March 23, 2019
  • You Have To Accept Responsibility For Your Life (Motivational Video with Les Brown)
    We all want to become successful in life. However what are we doing to accomplish those dreams and goals towards that ultimate success? Know that you have to take responsibility for your life and its ultimate path. You have to stay positive and make active decisions. "It has been said that most people fail in life not because they aim too high and miss, but most people fail in life because (they were just like I was for 14 years) they aim too low and hit and many never aim at all." Les Brown
    clnjoneil - March 23, 2019
  • Is Mindful Meditation the Key to Better Sleep?
    Research suggests that meditation increases the production of melatonin, which is an essential sleep hormone. Meditation also clears your mind, reduces stress, and relieves physical tension – a trifecta that can lead to better sleep patterns over time.
    clnews - March 23, 2019
  • Financial Trading in The Digital Age
    Technology has shaped and changed the current state of financial trading, and also the future directions. For an instant, through technology, it's now easier than ever to trade on the various markets, and making a transaction is faster than ever, and the financial depth of information that is easy to access.
    clnews - March 23, 2019
  • Will Facial Recognition Become the Next Big Thing in Mobile Devices?
    Facial recognition has not only become a reality, but it has gained mainstream acceptance across a range of industries. With mobile devices constantly adding new, improved features, could facial recognition become a staple for smartphone and tablet security?
    clnews - March 22, 2019
  • Basic Information About Hemp CBD Oil
    CBD is now firmly ensconced at the top of the ‘best alternative treatment options' list. But then, why is it so popular, and how does it work? Read on...
    clnews - March 22, 2019
  • Dr. Mercola: Even Short Bursts of Exercise Can Decrease Disease and Risk of Death
    Time and again, fitness research reminds us that physical activity is one of the best preventive and longevity “drugs” available, capable of improving or even reversing a number of common ailments, including mental health problems, diabetes and heart disease.
    clnAdrian - March 22, 2019
  • Basel III & Gold: The Big Picture – Mike Maloney
    There has been a lot of talk lately about Basel III and a potential return to a gold standard. Find out what it is, and what Mike Maloney feels is happening in today's latest update.
    clnews - March 22, 2019
  • What America Can Learn From the World's Happiest Countries
    The U.S. is ranked 19 among the happiest nations. What might the U.S. learn from the world happiest countries? A good place to start would be copy-pasting their economic and social welfare institutions. #happiness
    clnews - March 22, 2019
  • Morning Inspiration: How To Pursue Success (Motivational Video)
    The pursuit of your dreams will take you through ups and downs but the investment you put into it will determine your future.
    clnjoneil - March 22, 2019
  • Supplement Your Nail Health with These Important Nutrients
    Brittle and unhealthy nails are often a sign of nutrient deficiencies, along with other factors such as aging, hormonal changes, and genetics. That’s where supplements play an important role in your diet and lifestyle. Here are some of the best supplements for nail health.
    clnews - March 22, 2019
  • Use Facebook Chat for Dating
    Facebook Chat is the best way to flirt on Facebook. Because it’s real-time, it’s so much easier to be authentic and mimic an actual face-to-face conversation. To use Facebook Chat for dating, follow these seven tips...
    clnews - March 22, 2019
  • Dealing with Stress at School in an Age of Anxiety
    Anxiety is the most common mental illness in the USA. Majority of the affected are students that somehow need to deal with that. Let’s find out how to minimize stress at school, college or university.
    clnews - March 22, 2019
  • Drayage, What is it, and When Do You Use This Term?
    If you work or have any contacts in the transportation and logistics sectors, perhaps you have heard the term “Drayage”, but otherwise most people are unfamiliar with the term. In this article we will go into what Drayage is and when the word is used.
    clnews - March 22, 2019
  • Yoga Teacher Training
    Before applying for a yoga teacher training school, you'll first need to decide which style of yoga you want to teach. Generally, people opt for the style they practice. It will be much easier to learn something you're familiar with, whether it's Vinyasa, Hatha, Bikram, or Iyengar. After deciding on the style and school, you'll need to get a few necessities for the training. Here are a few items you should have...
    clnews - March 22, 2019
  • Types and Uses of an Air Compressor
    An air compressor is a machine that's used to increase pressure and convert power into potential energy in pressurized air. This device is usually powered by an electric motor, diesel, or gas engine. Compressors can be classified in different types in relation to their functionality, as well as the methods used to generate the compressed air. Some of these types include...
    clnews - March 22, 2019
  • How to Witness More Magic in Your Life!
    The dance of the ego and Spirit is a long and beautiful one, but also has very dramatic and mournful sections that can often tear at your heart strings. But once we remember that the world of ego is all illusory, we remember our true power and can fully recenter; shift back into the frequency of magic!
    Tamara Rant - March 21, 2019
  • What Happens to Your Body When You Eat Gluten?
    Excessive gluten consumption and further small intestine damage and inflammation may predispose a person to nutrient malabsorption, nutrient deficiencies, anemia, osteoporosis, other neurological or psychological diseases, and complications linked to the skin, liver, joints, nervous system and more. #glutenfree
    clnAdrian - March 21, 2019
  • Gracefully Receiving is Just as Important as Giving
    Cherie Roe Dirksen takes a look at why, according to Deepak Chopra, giving and receiving are equally important to be in the universal flow.
    Cherie Roe Dirksen - March 21, 2019
  • Boston City Council Passes Groundbreaking Food Justice Ordinance
    Food justice advocates heaped praise on Boston Monday after the city's legislative body unanimously passed an ordinance that boosts the local economy and environment as well as workers, animal welfare, and healthful eating. #foodjustice
    clnews - March 21, 2019
  • Morning Inspiration: How To Live To Your True Potential (Motivational Video)
    You have to grow to live the life you came here to live. The key is being yourself and tapping into the sparkle of light that has always been whispering to you about your true potential. "That dream you've kept hidden from the world, you've made excuses for it, you've delayed it. You've listened to people telling you to be realistic. But deep down in your heart you know you're not living to your potential. And life is now just something you're getting old with."
    clnjoneil - March 21, 2019
  • Fingerprinting Services in Toronto
    Nowadays with only fingerprints, security agencies are able to track down criminals or suspects in a case with a huge success percentage. So, around Toronto where can you get such services?
    clnews - March 21, 2019
  • Sacred Plant Medicine: Taking Your Life from Good to Awesome
    Certainly people like Francesca Levine, a content 72-year-old, working psychotherapist from Melbourne, Australia with a dog, a house, and grandchildren, aren’t the stereotypical plant medicine, psychedelics user. By Francesca’s own admission, her life is going great. She’s madly in love with her husband of 50 years, has an incredible family, and absolutely loves her work. […]
    Scott Moore - March 20, 2019
  • 20 Tips on How To Improve Your Mediumship Abilities
    Mediumship is one of the most sought after psychic gifts people seek to develop for themselves. Mediumship is the ability to connect with non-physical beings such as: spirit guides, crossed over spirits, and angels.
    Laurie Barraco - March 20, 2019
  • Heavy Screen Time Changes Children’s Brains | Dr. Mercola
    Children aged 9 to 10 who use electronic devices for seven hours or more per day exhibit premature thinning of the brain cortex, the outer brain layer that processes information from the five physical senses. As little as two hours of screen time per day may impact cognition, resulting in lower scores on thinking and language tests. #childsafety
    clnews - March 20, 2019
  • How to Do a Toxin Detox + Recipe Guide
    By: Celina Pizarro, CHLC, CMBF, FNC, RHIA When I first detoxed my body it was out of desperation. I had struggled for years with PMS symptoms: adult acne, irritability, headaches, back pain, bloating, weight gain, heavy flow, anxiety, poor sleep, memory recall problems–and all the Rx meds in the world wouldn't quell my symptoms. It […]
    Celina P - March 20, 2019
  • Another Guilty Verdict for Monsanto as Jury Finds Roundup Was ‘Substantial Factor' in Causing Man's Cancer
    In a landmark verdict against Monsanto that could have far-reaching implications, a federal jury on Tuesday found that the weed-killer Roundup was "a substantial factor" in causing a 70-year-old plaintiff's cancer. #monsantoguilty
    clnews - March 20, 2019
  • Morning Inspiration: You've Got To Dream Big (Motivational Video)
    One of the most powerful things that a human being can possess is hope for the future. Continue to have hopes and dreams of what your life can become. Strive to live out the best possible outcomes for yourself. "I've learned to dream with my eyes open. When I see it, I get exposed to it, I wanna be it. You don't have to be famous to do any and everything that you want to do in your life." Tyrese Gibson
    clnjoneil - March 20, 2019
  • How to Get Out of the “Friend Zone”
    There is nothing worse than being in the friend zone with a girl you like. You’re stuck always hanging out with her, which is great and you enjoy it, but can never get to that next sexual level with her, which is terrible and makes you feel horribly. Basically, you’re torturing yourself by staying in this "Friend Zone." Here are some tips for escaping the friend zone.
    clnews - March 20, 2019
  • 18 Wheeler Accident Attorney: Tips To Get One
    If you know someone who recently has been seriously injured by 18 wheeler truck, seek the help of 18 wheeler accident attorney to handle the case. They are professionals who specialize in big rig accidents. Here are some tips you should follow when hiring an 18 wheeler accident attorney for your case...
    clnews - March 20, 2019
  • Adjustable Bed Frames for A Contented Nap
    Combining a flexible and most comfortable adjustable bed frame with a rest instigating foam cushion provides comfort and promotes wellbeing. Read all about the best adjustable bed frames and why you should get one.
    clnews - March 20, 2019
  • The Need For Dental Implants
    Dental Implants are needed by thousands of people all over the world each and every day for just how helpful they are for people.
    clnews - March 20, 2019
  • Winnipeg Digital Marketing
    Digital Marketing has changed in the last few years in a big way. With the inclusion of Digital Business Analysis and Artificial Intelligence we are standing at a juncture of huge change.
    clnews - March 20, 2019
  • 5 Ways to Manage Your Inner Drive
    Your inner drive is that feeling of determination, deep inside, that gets you to carry on, even when you've lost your motivation. It's your will to carry on even when you feel like it will be impossible to continue. Your inner drive is essential when it comes to whether or not you'll accomplish what you set out to do. It ultimately determines whether you succeed or fail in achieving your goals. If you feel like your inner drive is waning, here are five ways you can manage it and keep you on track to conquer your goals.
    Jan Shaw - March 19, 2019
  • How Yoga Can Help You Beat Anxiety
    There is a myriad of therapeutic exercises that can help you do away with the stress. Of all the practices, however, yoga outranks its counterparts in beneficial aspects. Here are 3 of the best yoga poses to alleviate stress.
    clnews - March 19, 2019
  • Why Crystals Heal & Which Ones To Use for Chakra Balancing
    Laying gemstones on the body for healing purposes has been practiced across numerous cultures for thousands of years. Every stone has a unique vibration, just as every person does. For this reason, the particular stones needed for balancing the chakras will vary somewhat from person to person. For this reason, you see a lot of different suggestions across various chakra books.
    Vicki Howie - March 19, 2019
  • Radical Permission for Truth
    If it hasn't happened already, there will come a time when we stop trying to produce that infallible vision of ourselves and allow ourselves the radical permission to be exactly what and how we are. This permission revolves around the yogic principle of Satya or truth.
    Scott Moore - March 19, 2019
  • 7 Big Benefits of Journaling and How To Get Started Now
    The practice of writing down your thoughts, hopes, dreams and life experiences is one of the most valuable and important spiritual practices one can have. This practice is known as journaling or keeping a personal diary.
    Laurie Barraco - March 19, 2019

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