Paul Cavel, Contributor
Taoists Have Trained In Nature throughout the Ages
Human beings, with all our complexity and potential, have diversified, populated and thrived around the globe. Since the breakthroughs of the Industrial Revolution, we have spent 200 years becoming specialists in manipulating our environment and making radical … More
Rebecca Gladding, M.D., Guest
I realized today that in all my posts regarding the brain and how to sculpt it with mindfulness, I’ve never actually explained how and why meditation works. Specifically, the science behind how your brain changes the longer you meditate. I think this is … More
Gregg Prescott, M.S., In5D Guest
Why do introverts tend to be highly spiritual?
Society dictates that we follow specific images projected by the main stream media, so why do introverts tend to rebel from these stereotypes?
Introverts tend to look within for answers versus having the need for … More
Mike Molyneaux, Contributor
A key to the great prosperity, technological advantage and military supremacy of the United States is the system of global commerce and finance that places absolute trust in the value of the US dollar and the credit-worthiness the Federal Reserve Bank. Essentially the system … More
Brad Waters, Guest Writer
Ten years ago this month, Hara Estroff Marano, Editor-at-Large for Psychology Today, wrote in her article “The Art of Resilience”:
“At the heart of resilience is a belief in oneself—yet also a belief in something larger than oneself.
Resilient people do not … More
Alex Pietrowski, Staff Writer
As the world’s most beloved herb, Cannabis, continues to be liberated from the persecution of the government and the pharmaceutical-industrial complex, research continues to validate the many health benefits of Cannabis. This time, The National Cancer Institute, a government-funded organization has released a report … More
Linda George, Contributor
Culture is not your friend – said Terence McKenna.
He was right of course. Our culture is not our friend. Our culture is the canvas on which we find ourselves trying to paint the picture of who we are. Some seed of awareness within … More
April McCarthy, Prevent Disease
There are many reasons to no longer trust the USDA organic label, however history gives a good lesson on why you should never confide in this government agency. The original standards proposed in 1997 by the US Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) revised rule … More
Len Kasten, New Dawn
On 28 November 1953, at 2 am, a man crashed through a closed window and fell to his death from the 10th floor of the Statler Hotel in New York City. He was identified as Frank Olson, a bacteriologist with the US Army Research … More
Carolanne Wright, Guest
If you believe that you are at the mercy of your genetic code, great news, you’re not. According to the science of epigenetics (the study of how environmental factors outside of DNA influence changes in gene expression), stem cells and even DNA can be altered… More
Tera Laserna, Prevent Disease
Regardless of industry, profession, town, city or nation, highly effective and happy people share many of the same perspectives and beliefs and they act on those beliefs.
1. Time doesn’t fill me. I fill time.
The average person who is given two weeks to … More
Cosmic Convergence, Guest
Never before in the modern era has humankind been confronted with a nuclear disaster the likes of Fukushima. Truly, Japan has become the location of the greatest nuclear catastrophe in history, one that has defied countless attempts to resolve it. Although it was once imagined … More
Ida Lawrence, Contributor
Almost forty years ago, when my second son was young, I started having dreams of an atomic bomb exploding. One time it was in a playground… another time I could see it in the distance. In every dream my son would be in my arms, … More