Chris Bourne, Openhand Contributor
Sometimes that’s what it takes
When you look back on your life, the trials the tribulations, the challenges and opportunities, you’ll probably notice the really big occasions hung finely balanced on the feather edge of uncertainty. On one side is the abyss of some … More
Is the end of Monsanto within reach? It has certainly been a rough couple of weeks for the mega corporation as the real dangers surrounding GMOs are being brought to the attention of consumers on a global scale like never before. It all started with the … More
Christina Sarich, Contributing Writer
Are you willing to spend 14,500 hours at something, anything, to master it? Apparently, that is what it takes to become a virtuoso. While there are exceptions to this rule, it seems that it takes an exceptionally large amount of focus and dedication … More
Barbara Lynn-Freed, Contributing Writer
According to the Maya, the December 21, 2012 Sunrise marks the first time in 26,000 years that our Sun, on its ecliptic path, will be in conjunction with the intersection of the Milky Way at the Galactic Center. This alignment forms a cosmic cross, … More
Kristen Wartman, Guest Writer
“All natural.” “Farm-fresh.” “Cage-free.” Thanks to phrases such as these, consumer confusion is common when it comes to understanding and buying food. The battle raging in California over the labeling of genetically modified foods illustrates just how much labels do indeed matter — to … More
Throughout history mankind has had to work and struggle against nature in order to survive. In doing so, however, one must work within the limits of his or her tolerance and must rest to release tension caused by work. This is known as striking a proper … More
Marco Torres, Prevent Disease
The data is very strong and there’s no toxicity associated with A compound found in cannabis could halt the spread of many forms of aggressive cancer, scientists say.
The first research to show marijuana’s anti-tumor properties was presented at the American Association for Cancer … More
Anna Hunt, Contributing Writer
The industrial hemp plant is a strain of the Cannabis sativa plant with very low levels of the psychoactive compound tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). An environmentally friendly plant requiring little to no pesticides and herbicides, hemp is grown in increasing quantities throughout Europe, in China and … More
We all have an idea about the meaning of the word “civilization”: a concept that we use to relate to a complex, advanced society like the current one on Earth, but also ancient cultures which flourished centuries ago, leaving us with a splendid legacy. If we … More
Mike Molyneaux, Contributing Writer
Many perplexing, horrible paradoxes in life eventually turn out for the best and make sense in retrospect if we don’t give up. Here is a parable that may give hope to people struggling in a sea of trouble.
My son is a physically, mentally … More
The Health Coach, Contributing Writer
That has become the question for every health enthusiast who has been hit with a barrage of conflicting reports about wheat in the diet.
Since we’re dealing with the staff of life, this weighty issue must be reconciled in the minds of … More
Following the groundbreaking French study that graphically linked the lifetime consumption of Monsanto’s GMO corn in rats to massive tumors and direct organ failure, Russia’s premiere consumers rights organization has suspended both the importation and use of Monsanto’s GMO corn within the nation’s borders.
The … More
Ever wonder why some people are able to be hyper-productive each morning? It’s because their brains are ready for the day at an early time, they get their “neurons firing” and brain working. Fortunately, there are many great exercises that you can use to help get yourself … More
Trinity Bourne, Contributing Writer
With so much suffering and pain in the world how easy it is to forget that there is a light within our hearts that permeates through all things! We may become clouded, yet the light always shines if we search a little deeper. It … More
A special study conducted by Dr. Atsuo Yanagisawa, M.D., Ph.D., from the Japanese College of Intravenous Therapy (JCIT) took a group of men working on the Fukushima site and administered 25,000 mg (milligrams) or 25 grams of vitamin C as a pretreatment prior to half of … More
J.G. Vibes, Contributing Writer
Today Tesla Motors unveiled its highly anticipated Supercharger network, which is said to make long distance travel in cars totally free thanks to the use of solar energy and electricity. So far the network is made up of six Supercharger stations stretching across California, … More
Laura Grace Weldon, Guest Writer
When we come across a new truth we can see how it connects to larger truths. Sometimes that’s uncomfortable, strange, or paradigm-shifting. Sometimes it’s so logical we wonder how it’s not part of our everyday conversation.
Lately I’ve been reading new research findings. … More