Positive Vibrations by Cedella Marley, A Nice Time
Don’t be afraid of failure. While failure can be tough to get through, it makes you grow as a person. By facing your downfalls, you will discover new solutions and ways to succeed. Nothing in life comes easy, so look at each defeat as an opportunity to become stronger and wiser.
By M Destic, via Body Mind Soul Spirit
Today, the Western world is increasingly discovering the spiritual and metaphysical teachings of the East. We are witnessing the expanded interest of the new age community in one special musical instrument – the so-called Signing Bowls of Tibet. Seemingly simple instruments at first sight, the Tibetan bowls possess great powers. In particular, they have being used for accelerated spiritual development, self growth as well as for healing and sound therapy.
Where does the strength of these bowls come from? It is relatively easy to answer this question – it is the power of sound and vibration that makes them so great. What is not so apparent is how to use these beautiful instruments the right and most suitable way. Continue reading The Mysterious Powers Of Tibetan Singing Bowls
By Josie Wales, Anti-Media
(ANTIMEDIA) — Slowly but surely, the Russia/Trump conspiracy that major U.S. media outlets have been pushing is proving to be a carefully constructed web of deception. For months, outlets have been alleging links between Moscow and Trump’s team based mostly on accusations from anonymous sources with no evidence, and for months, these stories have been falling apart.
The Washington Post reported that Russian hackers penetrated a U.S. grid through a utility in Vermont. That was false. The Post also jumped to publish a report issued by Crowdstrike — a firm hired to investigate the hacking of the DNC servers — which claimed to have proof that Russia’s intelligence arm was tied to both the DNC hacks and interference in the 2016 election. Continue reading CNN Producer Accidentally Admits Russia Hacking Story “Mostly Bullshit”
By Dr. Edward Group, Wake Up World
Cupping therapy is an ancient practice that is now considered part of the complementary and alternative (CAM) medicine category, along with acupuncture and aromatherapy.
During a cupping therapy session, a massage or acupuncture therapist applies suction cups to various areas of the body. The cup may be made of bamboo, plastic, or glass; traditionally, horns and shells have also been used. While the cup is in place, suction stimulates blood flow and even causes blood to leak into the skin and produce a hickey-like red or purple bruise. Reported benefits include joint and muscle pain relief, increased blood flow, and reduced inflammation. Continue reading What Is Cupping Therapy and Why Is It Trending?
By Tryptamine Astrology Readings, via The Mind Unleashed
Next month (July) will be volatile and powerful for intuitive people. It will be satisfying in the sense that people will feel things more strongly: people will feel the good and the bad and everything in between with more flavor, but many will feel things come up in life that they were trying to suppress.
It could be a time where things on the verge of breaking or occurring finally happen, or snap. Things hanging on an edge are likely to fall fully in the next month. People who wish they could feel more will have the opportunity to have rejuvenated empathy, care, and emotion while these planets are in the sign of Cancer. Continue reading Next Month Will Be Intuitive and Volatile: “Mars & Sun Hit Points in Empathic Sign”
By Wes Annac, Editor, Openhearted Rebel
My latest video is up! Don’t worry what people think. Just be yourself.
The Life Hack article read aloud in the video can be found here: http://www.lifehack.org/articles/lifestyle/5-reasons-why-you-should-always-yourself.html
By Amanda Monteiro, Collective Evolution
I think most of us understand, at least on some level, that technology can harm our health and well-being, and that constant exposure to it, especially for children, is not a good thing. Yet, for a variety of reasons, parents still use technology to babysit their children.
But the physical effects are mounting, and in 2016 we wrote an article that explores the harmful effects of WiFi, cell phones, iPads, and more specifically in relation to children: “In 2011 the World Health Organization (WHO) admitted that cell phone radiation may cause cancer. The statement was based off of a cumulative decision made by a team of 31 scientists, from 14 different countries, after reviewing evidence that suggested this to be the case.” Continue reading Parents, Something is Terribly Wrong With Many YouTube Videos for Children
By Steve Beckow, Golden Age of Gaia
If I were to hold to any “ism,” I’d want to revive centrism in politics.
I think it got a bad press many decades ago and being mild in temperament yielded place. But I think we need to welcome it back to the table.
It’s possible that I’m alive to this issue because, in Canada, we have a well-developed centrist political tradition. Continue reading In Praise of Centrism: The Politics of the Heart
By Phillip Schneider, Waking Times
With the help of Monsanto money, Neil DeGrasse Tyson has launched a new film in an attempt to persuade the public to accept genetically modified foods (GMO’s). It isn’t the first time Neil has spoken out in favor of GMO’s, but he’s stepping it up to a whole new level with Food Evolution, which hit theaters across America on June 23rd.
The film is all about promoting the idea that the science is settled around genetic engineering, but just two years ago 300 scientists signed a paper bluntly titled ‘No scientific consensus on GMO safety.’ Much like the dated consensus that tobacco products are safe, Tyson apparently believes that a consensus on GMO’s only includes scientists who already agree with him. Continue reading Neil DeGrasse Tyson Hosts Pro-GMO Corporate Propaganda Film ‘Food Evolution’
By Heather Callaghan, Natural Blaze
It’s the stuff of sci-fi nightmares – an illegal strain of genetically engineered bacteria has been detected in EU animal feed through a GMO vitamin.
Jonathan Landsman, PhD and Allison Wilson, PhD claim in a new report: Continue reading Illegal GE Bacteria Has Crept Into Animal Feed, Resistant to Antibiotics