Linda George, Contributor
Having studied naturopathy and holistic healing for over 30 years now, and practising (for the most part) the principles of healthy living – I have to say, I’m depressed. The world is crazy. I am probably more informed than most on the dangers of fluoridation, … More
Zen Gardner, Guest
This has mostly to do with the conscious community but can be applied at any level. Wherever there is spiritual juice you’ll find the givers, the takers, and the very clever manipulators. It’s just a fact of life. Some people just can’t help themselves, … More
Alex Pietrowiski, Staff Writer
Some will blame the doctors who are swift to prescribe pharmaceuticals; others will blame patients and their desire for a quick fix; perhaps some will think the over-use of antibiotics in factory farms and dairy products is mostly to blame. Likely, it is the … More
Alex Putney, Guest
In the last decades of his life, Nikola Tesla had achieved a comprehensive knowledge of the high Vedic physics of infrasound resonance that propels humanity into high-speed spacetravel. The dedicated work of trance medium Edgar Cayce established access to the Akashic records for the … More
Editor’s Note: Jonathon Miller-Weisberger is the author of Rainforest Medicine. He offers sacred plant medicine retreats at his remote eco-lodge in the jungles of Costa Rica guided by elder master-shaman of the Secoya tribe from Ecuador. You can find out more about his upcoming transformational … More
Peter Russell, Spirit of Now
The building where I used to run a meditation group was on the same street as a fire station. One could almost guarantee that sometime during the meditation a fire engine would come rushing past, sirens wailing. Not surprisingly, people would afterwards complain. … More
Rhett A. Butler, Mongabay
The extent of gold mining in the Peruvian Amazon has surged 400 percent since 1999 due to rocketing gold prices, wreaking havoc on forests and devastating local rivers, finds a new study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS).
The … More
Sayer Ji, GreenMedInfo
The internet loves a good “natural cure” recovery story. For instance, when Dr. Mary Newport, MD, dramatically reverses her husband’s symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease after just two weeks of adding coconut oil to his diet, thousands enthusiastically share the story. But despite their … More
Mike Adams, Natural News
Ask any scientist where life on our planet came from, and they’ll usually give you a one-word answer: “Evolution.” Immediately thereafter, they will usually give you a condescending look that also implies you’re an idiot for not knowing this “scientific fact” that everyone else … More
Julie Umpleby, Contributor
Most of us at some stage will have reached into our pockets and made some kind of financial contribution to assist those in the ‘third world’ so desperately in need of nourishment, help and support. After all, how can any decent human being not be … More
Ida Lawrence, Contributor
A few months ago I started to write an article on the archetypical ‘wise woman’… the grandmother, the crone or the elder woman. I searched online for some information about the attributes of this archetype in different cultures and found that quite a number of
First and foremost we should be governed by common sense.
~ Vladimir Putin (Time Magazine, 2007)
President Vladimir Putin is audaciously attempting to remove the brush covering from atop the common sense rabbit hole, which is not only a truly rare and subversive act … More
Each and every one of us can benefit from learning Tai Chi. This ancient Chinese art has been described as “meditation in motion” and is known to prevent and treat many health problems, as documented by several studies.
Tai chi is a practice that focuses on movements … More
Milan Ljubincic, Contributor
Do We Need to Experience Pain in Order to Grow?
Whether physical or emotional, pain is part of the human experience. All emotions that cause pain, from shame and guilt to anger and anxiety, are teaching experiences that guide our growth. Just like positive emotions, … More
Beverly Blanchard, Contributor
What is the thought you thinking right now? Is it an empowering thought? Is it a thought about the argument you had yesterday? Is it a thought about what you have to do tomorrow? Is it a thought about what you saw in the news? … More
Paul Lenda, Guest
There’s a heightening level of awareness within the human race with regards to nature and all that is contained within it. Everything from the discoveries of the rudiments of language in monkeys, metacognition in dolphins, self-awareness of elephants, the ability for animals to tell “right” … More
Anna Hunt, Staff Writer
Billions of beneficial bacteria, commonly referred to as probiotics, live in the human body. These bacteria are part of what keeps the body in balance in order to maintain overall good health. They reside in the human digestive system, specifically the intestinal tract also … More
Julie Dermansky, DeSmogBlog
The toxic mess left in the wake of the BP Deepwater Horizon oil disaster continues to negatively impact Gulf Coast ecosystems as the second phase of the BP trial begins in New Orleans.
Billions of dollars are on the line in the trial following the … More