By Wes Annac, Editor, Culture of Awareness & Openhearted Rebel
There is a Source of energy, inspiration, and abundance we can all tap into, but we have to be aware of it first. It’s here waiting patiently for us to realize it exists, but until we can be open to it, it’ll sit at the edge of our perception and guide our lives without us knowing.
It’s difficult to become aware of something you can’t initially see, feel or sense, but the more you’re open to this Source, the more it reveals itself.
When it comes to spiritual terminology, I tend to use different labels to define the same things. For example: to me, there’s no difference between the higher self, higher consciousness, and the Source. There are differences for other people, but to me, they’re all constructs that help us conceptualize higher states of consciousness and the idea of a creator.
Despite that they all originate in the human mind, we can use them to connect with a higher power through meditation and other spiritual activities. Continue reading Tap into the Source
By Arjun Walia, Collective Evolution
Whether it be the increased and repetitive use of particular hand gestures by an assortment of celebrities, the captured footage from places like Bohemian Grove, or the various individuals speaking out with direct past experience within the group, it is becoming increasingly apparent (borderline obvious) of the existence of a controlling elite.
They control the media, dictating what we are and aren’t exposed to. They control the health industry, putting chemicals in our food and pushing harmful drugs and vaccines. They are in our education. Financial structure. Religious institutions.
The Illuminati seem to be everywhere. Continue reading The Perceived Power of ‘The Illuminati’ or Global Elite
By Steve Beckow, Golden Age of Gaia
I’m experiencing a moment of bliss, which came up, I believe, because I just wrote an article on the subject of transformative love (love and bliss are in cahoots).
I’m reminded of scenes in movies where a mist comes over the moor. Bliss seems to spread like that, blanketing everything and instantly leaving me wanting to focus on nothing else than welcoming it and breathing it in. Cats must know bliss. Continue reading Home in Bliss, Other Desires Simply Fade Away
By Anna Hunt, Waking Times
The town of Blackpool, located on the northwest coast of England, began distributing fluoridated milk to about 8000 primary school children, after The Blackpool Town Council approved the program in early 2016. Fluoridated milk is now available via the town’s free school breakfast program.
This program aims to address the problem of tooth health in children, and the Council states that half of the 12-year-olds in Blackpool have at least one decayed, missing or filled tooth, whereas the average for England is 33%, and 41% of 5-year-olds in Blackpool have tooth decay, 13% higher than the national average.
Despite the plan’s roll out, there are many opponents to mass medication via programs such as milk fluoridation. Continue reading Town In England Mass Medicates School Children with Free Fluoridated Milk
By Amanda Froelich, Natural Blaze
The Bioscarf is made from 100% post-consumer recycled materials. And, for every product sold, a Bioscarf is donated to an individual affected by air pollution.
During a trip to the Hubei Province in China, businessman Carlton Solle became ill. After visiting a local doctor, he was informed that he had most likely become sick due to complications related to air pollution. Mr. Solle asked what he could do to protect himself in the future and the doctor said the only thing that he could do was to use a mask.
Upon returning to his home in Atlanta, Georgia, research led him to discover that in China, a country with a population of 1.4 billion, approximately 1.6 million people die every year due to poor air quality. Continue reading World’s First Scarf With Built-In Technology Filters 95% Of Airborne Contaminants
By Dallas Jeffs, Wisdom Pills
Tech and Medical Advancements
A Look at Apple’s Accessible Tech
Apple’s programmers and engineers are committed to making tech more accessible to people of all abilities. This article looks at VoiceOver and Swift Playgrounds, two programs that work in tandem, reading onscreen text aloud for the visually impaired, and introducing beginners to the Swift programming language, respectively. With these two technologies, and more, the blind can create their own apps for iPad and iPhone. (CNET.com) Continue reading Good News From Around the World (December 10/16)
By Amanda Froelich, True Activist
This meditation is for those who are tired of looking at the world through rose-colored glasses.
Did you know? There are numerous benefits to meditating. In fact, True Activist compiled a list of 76 benefits of meditating a while back. Some positive effects that result from taking the time to quiet the mind, as well as allowing the stresses and frustrations of daily life to fade away, include: Continue reading “F*ck That” Is The Hilarious Guided Meditation Realists Everywhere Need
Positive Vibrations by Cedella Marley, A Nice Time
Life doesn’t always work the way we plan for, which can make us want to avoid the challenges. Instead, deal with any issue head on today and get over it.
Remember that no one is perfect and we all have ups and downs. There may be some discomfort, there may be some stress but good times will be around the corner.
By Amina Deb, In5D.com
We are immersed in quite an interesting time not only personally but collectively; locally as well as globally. It almost feels like a line is being drawn in the sand and we are squarely facing off against each other fighting for what we each believe is in the “highest”.
I remember a time in grade school where we were being given a test to see if we knew the difference between our left and our right. There were pictures of children in boxes with specific instructions. Circle the left arm in this box, circle the right foot in this box, circle the right leg, etc. Simple enough, right? Wrong!! Continue reading The Trap We All Fall Victim To
By Darius Shahtahmasebi, Anti-Media
(ANTIMEDIA) A recent report conducted by Amnesty International has concluded that many popular brands, including Kellogg’s, Nestle, Unilever, and Colgate-Palmolive, use palm oil produced by child labor working under dangerous conditions.
In order to reach this conclusion, Amnesty traced these well-known companies’ products back to a palm oil company called Wilmar, which allegedly employs children to work intense physical labor in Indonesian refineries. The report states that products sold by the aforementioned companies were “tainted by appalling human rights abuses…with children as young as eight working in hazardous conditions.”
The work includes a lack of safety equipment and exposure to toxic pesticides. Children must also regularly carry sacks of palm fruit weighing 55 pounds. Continue reading Human Rights Report Slams Major Food Companies over Child Labor Abuses