By AnonWatcher, We Are Anonymous, Thanks to Conscious Life News
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“I decide to be there. I only act in the movies.” This is Jim Carrey, the actor as a man – a real person. The few minutes’ clip displays a side to Carrey that only few can claim to understand, but that a world should sit up and take note.
Carrey talks about life in general and his battle with depression. Once on Prozac, he now steers clear from all forms of drug; from Prozac, alcohol through to coffee. He admits the depression still lingers but that he “was on Prozac for a long time,’ Carrey says. “I had to get off at a certain point, because I realized, you know, that everything’s okay,” talking gently about those who remain on Prozac and similar drugs for the remainder of their life. “It feels like a low level of despair you live in, where you’re not getting any answers, but you’re living okay and you can smile at the office…but it’s a low level of despair.” Continue reading Jim Carrey Talks About His Spirituality and Overcoming Depression
By Alexa Erickson, Collective Evolution
Recently, former media commentator Jon Stewart made a surprise appearance on Stephen Colbert’s Late Show. He popped up from beneath Colbert’s desk upon hearing the phrase “fake news.”
Colbert was in the middle of discussing the controversial issue of Donald Trump banning certain media from press briefings, saying, “And the root of all this conflict is that Donald Trump calls any story he doesn’t like ‘fake news.’ ”
The comedy unraveled for a bit, as Colbert addressed Stewart’s sudden presence. Continue reading Watch As Jon Stewart Rips Apart Mainstream Media Over Trump Coverage (Video)
Have you experienced having to do something because you feel that you have to do it even if you do not find it practical or logical? For instance, you are already driving away from your house and suddenly there is a prompting within you to check on the locks or the oven. Lo and behold, when you reach home you discover you failed to lock the main door or unplug the cords.
You may wonder why these things happen. There are times when you do not heed to this prompting, you would have difficulty focusing or shoving off that feeling. It does not happen often nor does it occur to everybody. The reason for these instances can be attributed to one’s intuition. It refers to that psychological belief and philosophical knowledge that continue to baffle human minds for ages. Continue reading How To Increase Intuition
By Alex Pietrowski, Waking Times
We live in a fearful world with exposure to a deluge of stressors everyday. As much as fear is a result of reacting to the actual or perceived events in our lives, it is also a biological function of the human body, and when equipped with an understanding of how the body manages the emotional system, we can easily outsmart it, tricking ourselves into emotional balance.
This perspective is scientifically validated by new research from Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine in Chicago Illinois, which discovered how the various rhythmic patterns of breath profoundly impact memory recall and the emotional body, specifically the fear response. Continue reading Rhythm of Breathing Key to Controlling Fear and Emotional Behavior
By Heather Callaghan, Natural Blaze
In 2010, the government took kombucha off the store shelves over a claim that the popular probiotic beverage contained too much alcohol. Little do consumers realize – most large kombucha companies reformulated their products to make certain no alcohol could possibly show up (less than 0.5% by volume), thus, changing the product itself. This, however, doesn’t make the government happy enough (it tends to target drinks that are sought for health benefits). A few lawmakers have introduced a bill to block further regulation.
The naturally sparkling drink is made from a tea fermented with yeast and bacteria. It contains vitamin B, beneficial bacteria, enzymes and revitalizing acids. Probiotics are not only a part of the healthy brain-gut connection, but are proven to remove harmful substances like pesticides, plastics and BPA from the body. The drink isn’t for everyone – some people report feeling worse after consumption of fermented or vinegar drinks. Others claim it gives them pep, quenches thirst, aids digestion and/or even helps with allergies and arthritis. But the biggest argument for saving kombucha from the regulatory trap could be because many people are turning to the beverage as a satisfying, guilt-free alternative to alcohol and soda drinks, thus, it is becoming more popular in restaurants and at New Year’s Eve parties (especially if you are the designated driver). Continue reading Stop the Govt from Pushing Probiotic Kombucha Drink Into the Liquor Store