How You Can Develop Profound Intuition (3)

By Marcus T. Anthony, Conscious Life News

This is the third part of a series of posts I am writing here on CLN about how to develop powerful intuitive skills (integrated intelligence). Integrated intelligence is closely related to the classical idea of intuition, connecting us with a stream of consciousness which transcends the limits of immediate space and time. Each of these posts is an extract from my upcoming book “How to Develop Profound Intuition.” So stay tuned for further insights (Part 4). (Here’s Part 1, and Part 2).

The third thing you are going to need if you want to develop profound intuition is commitment. And this means dedication, persistence and patience.

The intuitive mind is an alien beast to most of us in the modern world. We all use intuition, of course. But few of us employ it regularly, nor trust it emphatically. Our cultures have left us living “in the head”, deferring to the yabbering voice in the skull, and existing primarily dissociated from the body and the spirit in a state of chronic abstract conceptualization. We live in the mind, in imagined futures and remembered pasts, and miss the present moment – where intuition is most powerfully sensed and activated. Continue reading How You Can Develop Profound Intuition (3)


6 Things That Happened When 19 Nurses Did A “21-Day Vegan Challenge”

By Kalee Brown, Collective Evolution

So many people brush off a vegan diet for various reasons, saying “I love meat and cheese too much,” or “I won’t get enough iron and protein.” The term “vegan” in and of itself can even deter people from trying it, as it’s often seen as a New Age term that only die-hard animal lovers would choose to identify with. Although veganism is a lifestyle choice, it’s not this radical club filled with judgemental hippies, which so many people seem to think.

In reality, there are many other reasons to eat a plant-based diet other than just feeling compassion for animals, and anyone can do it! For example, it’s better for the environment, it can be seen as a spiritual practice, it’s often more affordable, and it’s far healthier for the body. In fact, after a group of 19 nurses learned the health benefits of consuming a vegan diet, they decided to eat vegan for 21 days and document the side effects. Continue reading 6 Things That Happened When 19 Nurses Did A “21-Day Vegan Challenge”

One Plus One is One

Credit: Gipsy

By Steve Beckow, Golden Age of Gaia

I used to be able to separate awareness from love years ago, but nowadays, when I tune into my awareness, love arises with it.

Noticing this came about in the course of looking more deeply into my core issue of self-importance/entitlement, so as not to be swept away by the Reval.

When I went to expand my awareness, I experienced the flow of love. But I hadn’t called upon love. I’d called upon awareness.

I then realized that love and awareness travel together – provided we can vibrationally recognize and welcome them to begin with. Continue reading One Plus One is One

2017 – The Year of New World Order Anniversaries

Makia Freeman, Contributor
Waking Times

New World Order Anniversaries abound in this year of 2017. If you go back in time exactly 50 or exactly 100 years, there are key events that occurred that still shape our world today – events orchestrated by the same network of Secret Societies and Illuminati bloodlines that have been manipulating the world for hundreds if not thousands of years.

The following article highlights 5 New World Order anniversaries about which it is important to inform yourself, since the official version of these events is shallow at best and deceptive at worst. In all cases, the events were not what they seemed at the time, nor were we ever told the full truth afterwards by governments or the mainstream media. Continue reading 2017 – The Year of New World Order Anniversaries

DEA Approves Synthetic Marijuana for Company That Spent $500K to Keep Weed Illegal

By , Thanks to Natural Blaze

Lobbying in the nation’s capitol is a billion dollar industry, but sometimes, companies dip their toes into state and local politics, as well. When giant corporations want to influence bills and national elections, they generally spread their money around, cozying up to a number of politicians and shaking hands with numerous government officials. However, at the local level, high-dollar financing is a bit more transparent.

Insys Therapeutics is a small player on the national scale. The Center for Responsive Politics reported that they spent only $120,000 lobbying in D.C. in 2016. But in Arizona, where the company is based, they forked over $500,000 — and they did it to keep marijuana illegal in the traditionally Republican state. Continue reading DEA Approves Synthetic Marijuana for Company That Spent $500K to Keep Weed Illegal