Category Archives: Spiritual Evolution

How The ‘Spiritual’ Community Has Made A ‘Demon’ Out of the Human Mind

By Joe Martino, Collective Evolution

What does it look like to live from your heart? What is the mind’s role in our experience? In my 10 years of studying and practicing living from the heart, I’ve discovered an emerging trend: The spiritual community has made a demon out of the mind.

There is no doubt that the mind is the source of suffering — the incessant thoughts and worries, the endless ego stories, the mental tricks we often play — but this doesn’t mean the mind as a whole is the problem, nor does this mean we should avoid the mind. Continue reading How The ‘Spiritual’ Community Has Made A ‘Demon’ Out of the Human Mind

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Fluoride Exposure In Utero Correlates to Lowered IQ in Children, Peer-Reviewed Study Finds

By Claire Bernish, The Mind Unleashed

Children exposed to elevated levels of fluoride while in the mother’s womb display conspicuous decreases in IQ, Canadian scientists have now found, meaning the neurotoxin — long suspected by the skeptical as responsible for ‘dumbing down’ society, despite its widespread dissemination into public water supplies for the supposed sake of all our teeth and bones — really might not be as innocuous as officials insist.

To assess comprehensively, and for the first time, any deleterious effects of prenatal fluoride exposure on cognitive and neural development in youth, researchers from Toronto collected some 1,576 samples from more than 300 sets of mothers and children in Mexico — a nation which, unlike the United States, does not use the additive in public water. Fluoride can be obtained in naturally contaminated drinking water and as an addition in other products. Continue reading Fluoride Exposure In Utero Correlates to Lowered IQ in Children, Peer-Reviewed Study Finds

Cedella Marley: Stop and Think

Positive Vibrations by Cedella Marley, A Nice Time

Before you respond to  situation or someone, stop and think. Take a deep breath before you automatically react. Reacting is an impulsive response than can often a situation to control you.

When you take time to respond, you are more strategic and thoughtful.  You can watch, listen and learn from all that’s going on in your world without allowing it to get to you.

One love…Cedella

https://www.anicetime.com/single-post/2017/09/21/Positive-Vibrations-92117

8 Strong Signs You’ve Lost Touch With Your Intuition

By Lissa Rankin, M.D., Body Mind Soul Spirit

There’s a lot of buzz about the benefits of tuning into your intuition. We know that intuition helps us make spiritually aligned decisions, protects us from danger, acts as our inner doctor, gives us the heads up when we are needed by our loved ones, and serves as the unseen world’s secret gateway to the human world, helping us live our best lives.

But how do you know if you’re tuned in or not? We all have the capacity to listen to our intuition, but sometimes we’re at the mercy of forces that block our ability to interpret our intuition clearly. Here are eight signs that your intuition may be blocked. Continue reading 8 Strong Signs You’ve Lost Touch With Your Intuition

The Ultimate Way to Cure Anxiety: Why are We All Addicted to Something?

By Markab Algedi, The Mind Unleashed

Why are we all addicted to something? Why do human beings in our culture have this nagging, constant insatiability? What are we searching for, why do we feel like we are lacking, and why do we seem to be constantly trying to cure ourselves of restlessness, boredom, or anxiety?

I don’t know the answer to that question one hundred percent, but I have some theories currently, with the level I am at in understanding this issue myself. This question is the type that you ask yourself over the course of your entire life: the answer is ever-changing, growing as a person personally learns how to be happy in life without seeking so many external things. Continue reading The Ultimate Way to Cure Anxiety: Why are We All Addicted to Something?

The Creator Writings: Quiet Mind

via Jennifer Farley, Thanks to Galactic Free Press

Sometimes, there is absolutely nothing to say. Having a quiet mind can be a gift to those who understand the benefits.  For those that do not; it can be torturous.  Without the inner chatter, you will begin to hear The Universe and what it has to say to you more clearly.  Today, take some time, quiet the inner chatter and listen to the whispers.  Beauty awaits. ~ Creator

https://thecreatorwritings.wordpress.com/2017/09/20/quiet-mind/

Cedella Marley: Let Go of Negativity

Positive Vibrations by Cedella Marley, A Nice Time

If you tell yourself today that you are going to have a great day, you will. Let go of all negativity, drama and worry.

Allow your gratitude and enthusiasm to flow throughout the day and energize your life. Today is the day to change your path in a more meaningful direction. Focus on the best that is yet to come!

One love…Cedella

https://www.anicetime.com/single-post/2017/09/14/Positive-Vibrations-91417

Cedella Marley: Allow Your Joy to Shine

Positive Vibrations by Cedella Marley, A Nice Time

It is more than ok to be happy. In fact, it’s one of the best gift in life that you can share. By allowing your joy to shine, you will lift others up and inspire their own outlook to shift.

There truly is so much in life to be thankful for, so give thanks to JAH and share this gratitude and joy with everyone that you encounter today.

One love…Cedella

https://www.anicetime.com/single-post/2017/09/13/Positive-Vibrations-91317

Shift in Satisfaction from Negative to Positive

By Steve Beckow, Golden Age of Gaia

I’m willing to wager that what we call the Tsunami of Love ancient Christians and Hebrews would have called the fire of the Holy Spirit. (1)

The Tsunami of Love sweeps a person clean of everything that weighs them down. The fire of the Holy Spirit purifies. Both leave the person cleansed and restored.

I think the notions of baptism in the River Jordan, “fuller’s soap” and “refiner’s fire” are also references to this purifying process. (1) Continue reading Shift in Satisfaction from Negative to Positive

Fossil Fuel Lobbyist by Day, Washington Post Columnist by Night

via Anti-Media

Ed Rogers continues to embarrass the Washington Post.

(FAIR) — What is the point of Ed Rogers, the Washington Post’s most conflict-ridden, mediocre columnist (FAIR.org4/23/15)? He doesn’t add a lot to the discourse, his boilerplate Republican talking points could be better written by any number of Heritage fellows, he shills for Trump in the most boring ways possible, and—most glaringly of all—is an actual paid lobbyist for an assortment of sleazy industry interests, via his lobbying firm BGR Group. Continue reading Fossil Fuel Lobbyist by Day, Washington Post Columnist by Night