Richard Smoley, New Dawn
“The world,” wrote the philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein, “is the totality of facts, not of things.” So it is, but facts take many forms. The hard-edged events of ordinary reality are only one form, and not always the most important.
This insight can be … More
Mike Barrett, Natural Society
Did you know that The American Psychiatric Association estimates that 3%-7% of school-aged children have ADHD, while parents report that about 9.5% of children between 9- and 7 years old suffer from the condition? Although these statistics are alarming, they aren’t as shocking as … More
The popularity of coconut oil has skyrocketed in the Western world over the last several years. However, its many health benefits have been known in other regions of the world as part of their ancient history. Better late than never!
Coconut oil is finally taking center stage, and … More
Lina Ryann, Contributor
Happiness is the dream and desire of every individual. It’s a feeling when you’ve some goal in life. It is all about doing something useful that gives you satisfaction. Below are some tips on how to lead a happy life.
1. Do not let hatred … More
Deb Buck, Guest
Have you ever noticed how the power of burning a smudge stick can change the course of one day? How deep breathing can guide a different response in the time of trauma? How remembering to sing a song when your sad or to drink a … More
Heather Callaghan, Guest
Here’s something I never thought we’d hear in this lifetime:
We suspect that the benefits to heart health of sunlight will outweigh the risk of skin cancer.
A lot of us are secretly, boldly basking for reasons like vitamin D, mood enhancement, happiness, skin … More
Suzanne Humphries, MD, Green Med Info
As you can see here, scientists are running out of options. Many drug resistant micro-organisms are no longer responding to the older drugs, and there are less and less new ones being developed. The only solution is to stop the rampant use … More
Hans Guttmann, Guest
We are not a healthy country. Our food supply is industrialized. This will be the first generation not to live longer than their parents. Obesity is rampant, even among children. Diabetes is on the rise. We are sedentary. We drive to work, sit in … More
William Thomas, Wake Up World
Next time you’re on a cellphone looking up at those long lingering plumes spreading across the sky, you might decide to end that call. If you spot any cell towers, roof-mounted transmitters or high-voltage power lines within a mile of your location, … More
Sayer Ji, Green Med Info
Increasingly science agrees with the poetry of direct human experience: we are more than the atoms and molecules that make up our bodies, but beings of light as well. Biophotons are emitted by the human body, can be released through mental intention, … More
Christina Sarich, Staff Writer
If you know a little about the Rockefeller family’s history, what at first seems like a story of a benevolent clan of wealthy individuals, intent on financially supporting cultural and agricultural development for the world, along with sundry other social endeavors, gives way … More
Kelly Niven, Guest
Finding happiness is an endless search – a different career, relationship, holidays, material possessions, lifestyle, etc. It left me feeling quite the opposite. The result was more unhappiness, more dissatisfaction and less fulfillment.
So many people are currently embroiled in this search of finding happiness. … More