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WHAT YOUR TONGUE IS TELLING YOU ABOUT YOUR HEALTH – WHICH TONGUE ARE YOU?

SHARMINI GANA | Every person’s tongue is unique, with distinct characteristics that reflect their inner health. Ever been to a TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) doctor or an acupuncturist and been asked to stick out your tongue? There is a reason for this. TCM believes the tongue is a microcosm of the entire body and will reflect its excesses and deficiencies. The shape, colour, coating, and ...

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THE TRUTH ABOUT KOMBUCHA: THE WONDERFUL FERMENTED TEA YOU SHOULD BE DRINKING

ALEXA ERICKSON | A few years ago, I found myself strolling through the grocery store with a friend when they directed me to the kombucha section. They strongly recommended I purchase a bottle of the good-for-your-gut elixir, which I did, even though my only knowledge of kombucha at the time was that (I thought) it consisted of magical mushrooms. Fortunately, that one impulse purchase led me ...

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How To Use Your Voice As Healing Tool: Vocal Toning Plus Exercise

Vanessa Ellen | Vocal toning is creating sound, using our breath and voice to make tones and frequencies. Our voices are unique just like our fingerprints and are a key way in which we express ourselves into the world. That said our relationship to our voice is a strong clue as to how we feel about ourselves, are you scared ...

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What Plants Talk About

When we think about plants, we don’t often associate a term like “behavior” with them, but experimental plant ecologist JC Cahill wants to change that. The University of Alberta professor maintains that plants do behave and lead anything but solitary and sedentary lives. What Plants Talk About teaches us all that plants are smarter and much more interactive than we ...

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How Plants Help Each Other Grow By Near-Telepathic Communication

Plants have scientifically been show to draw alternative sources of energy from other plants. Plants influence each other in many ways and they communicate through “nanomechanical oscillations” vibrations on the tiniest atomic or molecular scale or as close as you can get to telepathic communication. Members of Professor Dr. Olaf Kruse’s biological research team have previously shown that green algae not only ...

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Plants Communicate Using an Advanced ‘Bio-Internet’ Of Fungus

Kirsten Cowart | Hidden beneath our feet lies the entangled roots of many different plants and trees. These roots in addition to the help of some fungus create a super-highway of connection in its own unique bio-internet web.  In fact, the researchers who study this connection call it the “wood wide web”. This connection allows plants to talk to each other ...

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Confessions of a Failed ‘Goodist’ – Mary Daniels (TEDx)

In this engaging, funny and thought-provoking talk Mary Daniels shares her trials and tribulations that have come from being a self-confessed ‘Goodist’.. Don’t miss Mary’s up and coming talk at Gathering of Minds!  See below.. LEARN FROM OTHER WORLDS  THE UNIVERSE WITHIN – MARY DANIELS 28th London | E1 12 – 6.30 “We are the cosmos made conscious and life is ...

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‘I Removed Four Breast Tumours Using Black Salve’ Ann Devlin

Ann Devlin removed 4 breast tumours using Black Salve. Ann joins me to speak about her journey and protocol.. Read about Ann’s story here   

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5 PLANTS THAT GIVE OUT OXYGEN, EVEN DURING THE NIGHT

ALEXA ERICKSON | With people spending more than 90 percent of their time indoors, it makes sense that air quality matters. There are various factors in many people’s homes working against this, however. From furnishings and upholstery to synthetic building materials and cleaning products, toxic compounds are being emitted all around you. There’s also the concern of pollen, bacteria, and molds that need ...

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WHY WE SHOULD BE COVERING ALL OUR BUILDINGS WITH PLANTS

ALEXA ERICKSON | Ivy creeping up the walls of homes and buildings, often seen on the oldest of homes thought to be deserted by humans and redeemed by nature, has long been admired. But a new trend has emerged that is anything but ancient. All over the world, buildings covered in vegetation and greenery are surfacing. There’s One Central Park in Sydney, Bosco Verticale in Milan, ...

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