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Living Beyond The 5 Senses: The Importance Of Exercise For The Evolution Of Consciousness

by Teresa L. DeCicco | The physical human body was meant to move. When it is not walking, running, stretching, and bending regularly, it does not function very well. Though movement is essential, more and more people are choosing to live sedentary lives. Choosing to have movement in one’s life each and every day is in fact vital for the evolution ...

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Why Complaining Is Holding You Back & How To Stop

by Alanna Ketler | We all do it at some point or another, usually quite a few times per day and generally too much. We complain about the weather, our jobs, our partners, our friends, our cars, our houses, our headaches, our food, our plants, our animals and pretty much everything else. Why do we do this? I think that we ...

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Feeling Low Energy and Tired All The Time? Try This Out!

By Andrea Schulman | One thing that I’ve noticed over the years is that sometimes my habits have caused me to get into a low energy state.  For example, perhaps I’ve been feeling down in the dumps about something, so I’ll sit or lay down a lot, lower my rate of productivity and generally “space out.”  As a result, my energy ...

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Watch the amazing change when this woman with cerebral palsy smokes cannabis

Jacqueline Patterson was born with cerebral palsy, a congenital disorder that affects her motor functions. As a result of her condition, she suffers from a severe stutter and major pain and weakness on her right side. This video showcases the amazing effect of cannabis on her condition. As a mother she doesn’t want her disability to affect her relationship with ...

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How & Why To Stop Comparing Yourself To Others

by Vanessa Petronelli | It’s easy to feel less than when we have access to everyone’s lives at our fingertips. In mere seconds, we can view hundreds of our online “friends,” updates and photos of their celebrations and daily nuances that they experience. As exciting and inspiring as it is to be able to share our lives instantly with the world, ...

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Change Your Life With These 5 Agreements

by Derek Lovell | The five agreements are based on a book by Don Miguel Ruiz and have resonated well with many people, including myself. Everything we do is based on agreements we have made. Agreements with ourselves, with friends, family, our relationships and with life. But the most important agreements are the ones we make with ourselves. With these agreements we ...

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One Thing That Can Halt & End Any Relationship Very Easily

by Derek Lovell | Maybe we have all watched too many fantasy movies or Disney films growing up, because our expectation of a perfect relationship or perfect partner is not in alignment with our soul intent. We are all here to play and to get the most out of our experiences here on Earth, during our short time living the human experience. When ...

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Tired All The Time? You’re Probably In Energetic Debt (Here’s How To Correct It)

by Danielle Fagan | We’ve all been there. We wake up, look at the clock and roll over for five more minutes of sleep. You eyelids feel heavy, your head feels heavy and your body feels like it’s made out of lead. To some people, this is what every morning feels like, a struggle. Some have felt that way for so ...

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10 Top Stress Relief Techniques..

By Jordan | 1) Be Physically Active In order to maintain optimal health and eliminate stress, your body needs oxygen and food to feed its cells. This can be achieved through physical activities such as jogging, swimming, cycling, aerobics, etc. Develop a plan to exercise your heart and lungs regularly at a minimum of three days per week for 15 to ...

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The Amazing Benefits Earthing!

by John Holloway | Have you ever been barefoot at a park or on the beach, and just felt right? Just felt at home, connected in some form or fashion with the natural world? It’s a feeling that is so innately human, yet is forgotten so quickly upon returning the doldrums and monotony of the shoe-wearing concrete ridden western world. Have ...

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