By Juliet Tang, Wake Up World
Have you ever felt there is a ball of words stuck in your throat that you have to swallow hard to keep it down? What about those times when you are dying to say “no” but “yes” comes out, and you beat yourself up afterwards? Do you often feel like a doormat, a victim, or someone who has been taken advantage of?
If this sounds like you (even occasionally), you are not alone. Many of us hold onto the belief that it is not socially acceptable for us to speak our truths because we may offend others, get into uncomfortable confrontations or be viewed as a mean person that no one will like. As a result, we are living under an internalized false projection launched at us from society that scripts what we should and shouldn’t be saying and doing, and imprisoning ourselves in a tiny cage of self-directed anger, frustration and powerlessness. Continue reading How to Speak Your Truth in Life – and the Cost of Not Doing It
By Cassius Kamarampi, The Mind Unleashed
Last week, 11 year old Billy Caldwell arrived back in Ireland after managing to secure legal, full spectrum cannabis oil in his home country. His family took him all the way to Los Angeles, California to pursue cannabis oil: it works like nothing else ever has, to treat his extremely severe “intractable, status epilepsy.”
Charlotte Caldwell, his mother, has been fighting hard for his life since he was “sent home from hospital to die” at the age of 8 months. She didn’t accept the diagnosis, and for 11 years she fought to keep him alive.
The pharmaceuticals never worked well for him. His condition is so severe, sometimes he is put into an induced coma to keep him alive. Continue reading Severely Epileptic Child Granted Cannabis Oil in Ireland, Setting Precedent: Almost Homeless in LA
By Nathaniel Mauka, Waking Times
Neuroscientists have argued whether we even have free will, but now they want to turn it off.
The Libet Experiment
In the 1980s scientist Benjamin Libet conducted an experiment. He ‘discovered’ that what seems to be free will or the conscious choice to do or not do something is really just the observance of something that has already happened. This completely rocked the foundations of what most thought of as a prerequisite for being human, and the long-held religious view that free-will must always be honored. Continue reading Deep State Neuroscientists Believe They Can Turn Off Free Will
By Daisy Luther, Natural Blaze
You probably saw the article last week about the massive recall of Sargento products. As it turns out, the Sargento products are only a drop in the bucket – there are 130 more products out there and the FDA is under a gag order not to name them.
I couldn’t make this up.
Today, Sargento added more products to the list. (You can find them below.) I think that they should be applauded for being the most open about the potential listeria contamination in their products. Continue reading Cheese Recall Affects 130 More Products … But The FDA Isn’t Allowed to Name Them
By Linda Woolven & Ted Snider, Green Med Info
Use of over-the-counter painkillers is staggeringly common. At least 175 million adults in the United States take OTC painkillers. That makes evaluating their effectiveness and safety crucial. But, it has been a very bad few years in painkiller research. Important recent studies have cast serious doubt on their effectiveness and their safety.
Continue reading The Problem with Painkillers
By Amelia Kinney, True Activist
Hundreds of headstones have been broken and toppled at the Chesed Shel Emeth Cemetery in a wave of anti-Semitic terrorism.
A severe case of vandalism is being investigated in University City, Missouri. Over 180 gravestones were intentionally damaged at the Jewish Chesed Shel Emeth Cemetery. The headstones were toppled over and many were broken. Police are currently reviewing surveillance videos from the cemetery and nearby businesses, and have yet to name any suspects. On the same day, 11 Jewish community centers received bomb threats— reportedly the fourth in a wave of threats since the New Year. Continue reading 100+ Gravestones Damaged In Jewish Cemetery, Muslim Community Helps Raise Funds Within Hours
By Natalie Kent, Collective Evolution
For the last week I have been frustrated beyond belief. Why? I had no idea.
Until I realized that the frustration I was feeling was due to NOT using my full potential in my life and work; to side-stepping my true capacity to create what only I can create.
Let’s take a step back for a minute.
Why do humans create? Buildings, families, businesses, communities… Why do we do it?
Somewhere inside us we feel the pulse of creation, the creative force of the universe that is constantly evolving our reality. Continue reading 12 Clear Signs You’re Avoiding Your Soul Work & Holding Yourself Back
By Steve Beckow, Golden Age of Gaia
I feel the need to add a note to my explanation of what recognizing the Self felt like.
In my Feb. 17 reading, Archangel Michael said:
AAM: When you have had that experience in reflection of watching your thoughts and feelings travelling by you like a train, you have been moving forward throughout dimensions.
And part of that journey of discovery is you saying, “Now where is my natural Self living? I’m going to travel this train until I find him,” which of course you have. (1) Continue reading The Trigger: The Face or Awareness?
By Claire Bernish, The Free Thought Project, Waking Times
First, Iceland, and now Spain has taken on the Big Bankers responsible for financial calamity, as the country’s highest national court charged the former head of Spain’s central bank, a market regulator, and five other banking officials over a failed bank leading to the loss of millions of euros for smaller investors.
This, of course, markedly departs from the mammoth taxpayer giveaway — commonly referred to as the bailout — approved by the U.S. government ostensively to “save” the Big Banks and, albeit unstated, allow the enormous institutions to continue bilking customers without the slightest fear of penalty. Continue reading Spain Sets Massive Precedent – Charges Its Central Bankers in Court
By Brandon Turbeville, Natural Blaze
As the Federal Government shows no signs of letting up on its ridiculous War on Drugs, Americans are starting to revolt at the local level even through local government officials. For instance, a recent announcement by Harris County D.A. Kim Ogg and Houston City officials is taking a step away from the caging of peaceful people with possession and use of cannabis.
By virtue of the new policy being enacted by Harris County (which includes Houston), law enforcement will no longer arrest and the D.A. will no longer prosecute most marijuana possession cases that are under four ounces beginning on March 1st. Continue reading Harris County, Texas, Houston to Stop Prosecuting Pot Cases