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5 Top Mood Boosting Foods

Jay Diamond | 1.    Cacao – hurrah!  High level cacao chocolate is extremely good for you. Your average shelf variety – not so much. Go for 80% plus, or raw chocolate to rein in the benefits of cacao. It’s high in magnesium, which helps to regulate progesterone levels – the hormone responsible for PMS mood swings. There’s a good reason ...

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Steve Nobel – Starseeds & The 5D Ascending Timeline

Next Talk – 29th Jan 2017 – London STARSEEDS AND THE 5D ASCENDING TIMELINE: How to Move From 3D Chaos-Toxicity to 5D Flow-Miracles WE ARE LIVING IN CHALLENGING TIMES. We are living in a time of great challenge and opportunity. The challenge comes because we are in a time of confluence and flux where an old energy paradigm and 3D timeline ...

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PATH TO EMPOWERMENT – THE EVOLUTIONARY STAGES TO YOUR SPIRITUAL POWER

This is a remarkable time in human history when an infinite amount of information and knowledge is converging with the freedom to choose what to learn. Many people now have direct access to this infinite information through the Internet and the available time to pursue and cultivate a path to both outer and inner knowledge. Pursuing both forms of knowledge ...

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Seven Key Things You Can Do To Ensure Your Children Grow Into Independent Adults

Codependency causes so much unhappiness. Research shows that codependency is learned in families and passed on generationally. It prevents the development of healthy, independently functioning individuals. When parents are codependent, codependency gets transmitted, unless they’re self-aware and consciously make an effort to respond to their children in healthy ways that counteract their codependent patterning. But because codependency is learned, it ...

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Developing Balance through Collective Consciousness

Tiffany Morgan | Collective consciousness in a general concept could be described in several ways than one. Once we say collective consciousness as identified in Wikipedia is the set of shared values and moral perceptions which run as a unifying power inside of society that has been created by a French sociologist Emile Durkheim. As we attempt to think it ...

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Change your Beliefs about Abundance

Loretta Mohl | How much of this economic crisis we are in is real and how much of it is in our heads? And can you really separate the two? People’s fears are being directly influenced by the stories they are hearing in the media which is in turn triggering deep fears already ingrained within their belief systems. The words recession, ...

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Why you need to include Cloves in your diet

India is full of different types of spices and herbs. These herbs and spices not only add the essence of various delicacies, but they also play a key role in the field of traditional medicine, and it is, needless to say, that, clove being a common form of Indian spice, is also mentioned in the Ayurvedic medicine, because of its ...

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Life is a Series of Spiritual Choices. Choose Wisely!

Are you present to the abundance of opportunities and choices available to you in each and every moment? It truly is amazing! From what foods to eat, to what people to connect with, to when to go to bed and wake up, to what you will do in this moment and the next – the choices and options are literally ...

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Beat Stress with Yoga

Yoga practice has realistic solutions for stressed-out teenagers. Young people need to take time out for non-competitive and wholesome activities, such as Yoga. When teens have a chance to explore themselves from within, this is time well spent. Yoga is considered to be an extremely effective method for relieving stress. Many people avoid yoga with the idea that they either ...

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Five Simple Memory Improvement Tips to Boost Brain Power

P.L. Chang | Have you ever imagined how life would be without long-term memory? Not remembering your phone number, your friend’s name, where you live, or what to say in speech class can be quite embarrassing, not to mention a little bit scary. The truth, however, is that memory loss can happen to anyone and at any point in life. ...

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